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Building resilient communities by reducing risk, enhancing public safety and improving quality of life. We help balance social, economic and environmental priorities by assisting municipalities with efficient service delivery through public-non-profit partnerships and regional service agreements. Our services include: Building and Community Development, Energy and Sustainability Services, Disaster Planning and Recovery, Quality Assurance, as well as Compliance and Risk Monitoring. IBTS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization headquartered in Ashburn, Virginia with branch offices across the country. IBTS’s work is guided by a Board of Directors made up of government officials appointed by five of the most highly respected state and local governmental associations, including the Council of State Governments (CSG), International City/County Management Association (ICMA), National Association of Counties (NACo), National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center), and National League of Cities (NLC).
IBTS Strives to: - Increase awareness of building technology and safety among members of the government, industry and business, as well as consumers. - Increase the availability of safe, durable, affordable residential and commercial structures. - Provide a better understanding of, and uniformity in, the application of government regulations. - Create better relations with industry by providing unbiased, expert technical services in a reliable and cooperative manner. - Improve coordination among government, industry and research organizations, and facilitate open discussions and meetings. - Reduce the cost and risk for program participants and consumers while complying with regulations and improving our products and services. - Use the latest computer technology to collect data, improve efficiency and promote accountability in all areas.
Mission: Vision To be recognized as the leading service provider in the building environment to all levels of government, community and industry worldwide. Mission To deliver quality services that meet the challenges of governance at all levels while enhancing public safety, economic development, and the general welfare of the community. IBTS Strives to: ■ Increase awareness of building technology and safety among members of the government, industry and business, as well as consumers. ■ Increase the availability of safe, durable, affordable residential and commercial structures. ■ Provide a better understanding of, and uniformity in, the application of government regulations. ■ Create better relations with industry by providing unbiased, expert technical services in a reliable and cooperative manner. ■ Improve coordination among government, industry and research organizations, and facilitate open discussions and meetings. ■ Reduce the cost and risk for program participants and consumers while complying with regulations and improving our products and services. ■ Use the latest computer technology to collect data, improve efficiency and promote accountability in all areas. IBTS offers these services through contracts and grants from Federal, state, and local governments, in addition to subcontracts and teaming agreements with other organizations and corporations.
Hurricane season is around the corner, but so is IBTS, ready to help your #municipality, your #city, and your #community build up the #resilience needed to stand strong and recover briskly.
This ICMA - International City/County Management Association list of resources is a great way to start this conversation in your community
icma.org As local governments continue COVID-19 recovery operations, new emergencies emerge--from flooding to hurricane season. Here are some resources to help you prepare.
Timely story on how natural disaster planning has proven invaluable during this #pandemic.
When it comes to #resilience strategies and disaster recovery planning, IBTS can help your #city, #municipality or #county prepare now for whatever #disaster lies ahead
Lawrence County Emergency Management Agency Director Tony Norwood’s county was hit with not one severe weather event in April, but three — two tornadoes and a severe storm — all in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic
In his article published by @ICMA, IBTS' Patrick Howell discusses the importance of integrating #disaster planning across #municipal operations to build #resilience
icma.org Integrating disaster planning across your organization [PM Magazine, May 2020]
Join IBTS Senior Advisor and subject matter expert David Hattis for a webinar today on hurricane standards, part of ASTM's Resilience in Construction Series. This webinar is designed for property casualty professionals, bankers, emergency disaster professionals, code officials, and other technical experts.
astm.org The Resilience in Construction Series: Windborne Debris Standards in Hurricanes for Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, Doors, and Impact Protective Systems Webinar
Read our white paper on the challenges of – and solutions for – meeting critical life safety building regulations during #COVID-19, especially for structures being rapidly repurposed or erected to meet healthcare & quarantine needs.
#buildings #review #inspections #safety #healthandsafety #safetyfirst #safetyconsulting #temporary #planreview #structure #structuraldesign #temporaryhospital #repurpose
ibts.org White Paper: COVID-19 Life Safety and Economic Stability Support Services Third-Party Remote Plan Review and Inspections for Temporary and Repurposed Structures Purpose This white paper describes the need for life safety evaluation plan reviews and...
IBTS can provide expedited remote plan reviews for hospitals, schools, and other public buildings that may need to be modified or converted to healthcare or quarantine facilities. Contact Paul Hancher at [email protected].
IBTS recently won a major award from the U.S. Department of Energy to expand our #photovoltaic (PV) inspection platform through stakeholder engagement! The expansion will provide public access to the system and the data it collects. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/37NxH03 #SOLAR
ibts.org November 1, 2019 – Ashburn, VA Thanks to a major award from the U.S. Department of Energy, IBTS will expand its photovoltaic (PV) quality management field inspection platform, benefitting the solar industry by making the...
"Effective coastal #resilience plans are an absolute must for #states to tackle challenges from rising seas and more intense storms." Get started with your resilience plan today with these six essential elements from the Environmental Defense Fund: http://blogs.edf.org/growingreturns/2019/11/20/six-elements-resilience-plans-coastal-states/
blogs.edf.org Coastal states are turning to resilience planning to confront extreme weather and climate change.
If you're at the 2019 National League of Cities City Summit, don't forget to stop by booth #706 to learn about IBTS' local government solutions! From #building department services to #resilience and #community planning, we've got your city covered! #NLCCS
Are you at the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Small Business Conference this week? Stop by booth #1207 to learn about IBTS' services, from #quality assurance to construction management, #military housing code compliance and more! #samesbc19
International Code Council's online vote for the 2021 International Energy #Conservation Code is now open! Communities that participate can tackle important #energyefficiency priorities. Read National League of Cities' update to learn more! https://citiesspeak.org/2019/11/13/5-steps-your-city-can-take-to-boost-building-energy-efficiency-by-10/
citiesspeak.org Cities across the country have a golden opportunity to boost the efficiency of America’s homes and businesses.
It's not too late to sign up for our free NY #energy code webinars this afternoon or Thursday afternoon! Register now to reserve your spot and get started earning CEUs! https://www.ibts.org/energy-code-webinars/ @NYSERDA
Don't miss an opportunity to earn CEUs at this #solar permitting and inspection training in New Bedford, MA, that IBTS is co-hosting on Monday! Register today: https://bit.ly/2NQdBdh @irecusa @MassCEC
eventbrite.com Solar Permitting and Inspection Training Streamline your process for effective solar reviews and inspections, and easily identify common solar installation errors. Join AHJs in your region for state-sponsored, hands-on, interactive training: Monday, November 18, 2019 | 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM$35 fee inclu...
We're excited to see what innovative #county programs are recognized in NACo's 2020 Achievement Awards! Don't miss your chance to apply: https://bit.ly/2Xj53if
naco.org Applications are now open for the National Association of Counties (NACo) 2020 Achievement Awards! Join us in celebrating 50 years of county innovation by applying today.
IBTS is offering free NY #energy code webinars on behalf of NYSERDA with CEUs available! Our next webinar is tomorrow on commercial codes - sign up today to reserve your spot! https://www.ibts.org/energy-code-webinars/
The #resilience of local businesses is critical to the ability of the whole community to recover after a disaster. Learn how to help ensure your local businesses are prepared in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)'s new story, "Businesses Resilience is Community Resilience" https://bit.ly/2O5cbuD
Do you need help meeting your city's #resilience goals? Apply for the National League of Cities' Leadership in Community Resilience Program by Dec. 20! The program provides a $10,000 grant, technical assistance, and more to support your resilience initiatives! Apply: https://bit.ly/2pPkW3L
Looking for a way to fund an innovative resilience project in your community? NLC is now accepting applications from U.S. cities for the 2020 Leadership in Community Resilience grant program. The application process is easy. Deadline is December 20.
Congrats to the Mid-America Regional Council
(MARC) for earning the Government Officers Finance Association's (GFOA's) Distinguished Budget Presentation award!
We're honored to have earned the Distinguished Budget Presentation award from the GFOA of the US & Canada. Our audit report has earned GFOA honors for more than 30 consecutive years, but we had never submitted our budget for consideration until this year. Numerous cities and counties in the Kansas City region have received the GFOA award for their annual budgets, but MARC is one of only a handful of regional councils to receive this recognition.
Looking for a new job on this #MondayMorning? IBTS has several exciting open positions for inspectors across the country! See all of our open positions here: https://careers-ibts.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&hashed=-435626367
With the natural disasters increasing in severity and frequency, #resilience has never been more important. Check out this new article from PBS NewsHour highlighting communities rebuilding more resilient after natural disasters.
pbs.org Cities, residents and businesses across the U.S. and the world are seeking ways to end the expensive cycle of rebuilding after natural disasters.
Interested in what the federal government is doing to strengthen our nation's #resilience? Be sure to check out the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) new Disaster Resilience Framework!
As the number and severity of weather events continues to increase, the need for federal assistance will likely increase as well. With this in mind, we created the Disaster Resilience Framework to help policymakers facilitate and promote disaster resilience throughout the nation. Today’s WatchBlog gives an overview of the Framework: https://blog.gao.gov/2019/10/24/our-new-disaster-resilience-framework/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=blogsm
Did you miss IBTS' presentation on understanding Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery programs at COSCDA's 2019 Annual Training Conference? Read our latest press release to find out what the presentation covered: https://bit.ly/33ZEn8f #DisasterRecovery
ibts.org October 23, 2019 – Ashburn, VA IBTS Corporate Disaster Recovery Executive Michael Spletto presented on understanding the CDBG-DR program and lessons learned at COSCDA’s Annual Training Conference. Typically these presentations are presented by state CDBG...
[10/22/19] ICMA attendees, are you interested in resilience? Don't miss "The Next Resilience Frontier: Small and Mid-Sized Cities,” roundtable discussion today at 11:45 am in Music City Center, Room 203 B! Bring back new strategies to strengthen your community's resilience to natural disasters. #ICMA2019
[10/21/19] Attending the International Code Council's 2019 Annual Conference? Be sure to stop by Booth #505 to learn more about IBTS' Building Department Services. From code enforcement to plan review, inspections and permits, we've got you covered! #ICCAC19
Ever wonder what it takes to get a new city up and running? Check out IBTS’ new case study to learn how the City of Central, LA, incorporated in 2005 and has since flourished using a unique nonprofit-public partnership with IBTS! Read the case study here: http://bit.ly/2M0yG3N
IBTS’ Federal Services Program staff have been engaging with the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) on promoting women in STEM fields! Check out SAME's video featuring women in STEM role models:
Be a role model! Show women they belong in #STEM. #WomensEqualityDay #SAMECelebrates
Congratulations to Anthony Snipes, City Manager of Missouri City, TX, for being selected by the National Academy of Public Administration for inclusion in its 2019 Class of Academy Fellows! Snipes represents ICMA - International City/County Management Association on IBTS' Board. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/2l8al1v
coveringkaty.com MISSOURI CITY (Covering Fort Bend News) – Missouri City’s City Manager Anthony J. Snipes has been selected by the National Academy of Public Administration (the Academy) for inclusion in its
[09/24/19] IBTS is speaking on another panel this afternoon at Solar Power International. The session, “The Other Data - Beyond Performance and Finance,” will be in room 251D at 4 pm -- don't miss it!
[09/24/19] Don’t miss IBTS Energy & Solar Division Program Manager Rudy Saporite’s presentation, “Tools & Techniques for Increasing Profitability through Installation Quality,” at Solar Power International this morning! Catch the presentation at 10:30 am at Booth 137.
[09/20/19] We're hiring! IBTS has an exciting opportunity to join our leadership team in San Juan as Director, Puerto Rico Region. Apply today at: https://bit.ly/2lZ8TP0
IBTS is at Oklahoma Municipal League's 2019 Annual Conference in Tulsa - stop by booth 810 to learn more about our regional government solutions! We provide practical, efficient and flexible solutions to local governments through our partnership with OML.
IBTS is sponsoring the National League of Cities 2019 Resilient Cities Summit today! The event is bringing together mayors, city officials and resilience experts to discuss how innovations in data and technology are allowing cities to measure their performance and build resilience.
IBTS is at Experiencia Puerto Rico in San Juan! Stop by our booth to learn more about IBTS' resilience, disaster management and municipal services, and don't miss IBTS' Curt Skoog on Thursday's Integration of Local Government Services Panel @ 12:00 EST! #Experienciapuertorico2019
Don't forget to register by August 13 for the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) webinar, "A&E Perspectives for Investing in Resilience," featuring IBTS' Joyce Coffee! The event is free, but you must register to reserve your spot. Register here: https://bit.ly/2Zza7zt
Don't miss the Society of American Military Engineers' (SAME) webinar, "A&E Perspectives for Investing in Resilience," featuring IBTS' Joyce Coffee on August 14! The event is free, but you must register by August 13 to reserve your spot. Register here: https://bit.ly/2Zza7zt
Institute: Ideation. Innovation. Investment in programs, procedures and the communities we serve. As a nonprofit organization, we are able to focus our thought leadership and subject matter expertise on large-scale goals and challenges instead of shareholder profit demands. We have a long history of sharing our knowledge through teaching and training others. It’s about mission over margin. Good governance and guidance. Vision and value.
Building: Bungalow. Brownstone. Bridge. And all points in between. Our work touches almost every aspect of the built environment. We are building resilient communities by reducing risk, enhancing public safety and improving quality of life. We balance social, economic and environmental priorities, whether manufactured housing, major infrastructure project or local government services.
Technology: Tools. Techniques. Tricks of the trade. We bring them all to bear on every project we touch. Some are tried, tested and true. Others are new innovations, like using live mobile video to conduct inspections, or drone technology to survey a site, or new ways to think about and meet challenges. Emerging technologies are on our horizon too. How can they help us improve the built environment?
Safety: Security. Sustainability. Shelter. Life safety building codes and standards. Trusted third-party advisor. Provider of local government services. Much of our work involves helping communities become resilient, or to recover after a disaster. We understand that the physical, emotional and economic wellbeing of a community depends on its ability to provide citizens with the services and resources they need to thrive in a safe, secure environment.
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