SHANNONVILLE, ON - Mar 12, 2019 - Over the past year, FNNBOA has been working with CCMC to develop training opportunities and resource links that will be invaluable to our membership
FNNBOA has been working closely with theCanadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC), part of the National Research Council, to develop training opportunities and resource links that will be invaluable to our membership.
This arrangement with CCMC will save First Nations building officials thousands of dollars, by providing easy online access to essential information that will help improve building quality and sustainability in First Nations communities.
With their $150 membership fee, FNNBOA members will now be able to access three essential resources at no extra cost: the Illustrated User’s Guide of the National Building Code (NBS); guides to help implement specifications, covering all phases of construction; and, most importantly, CSA standards cited in the National Building Code.
We interviewed key First Nations and other building professionals, asking them to explain the value and importance of using each of these resources in all aspects of construction today.
We’re excited to share this wealth of critical knowledge with our members, to help them build better and smarter in their own communities.
Read the wealth of information at the latest Eagle's Eye on Housing series of articles:
* CSA Standardsversion française (PDF)
* National Building Code User’s Guide version française (PDF)
* Masterformatversion française (PDF)
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Shannonville, Ontario, Ontario K0K 3AO Canada
A FNNBOA membership now offers First Nations building officials access to more building and construction resources than ever before