Professional officer

Eddie McCormick, CEP



our mission


Carey Frazier
Permit Manager, City of Celina

chapter bylaws


Michael Sizemore, CBO

Building Official, City of Sachse  


​​​​message from the president


Wow!  Where have the past couple of years gone?  It seems that the past four years have passed so quickly that they now seem to have been a blur.  I truly appreciate your confidence by electing me to the office of President for 2023.  I look forward to serving you and would like to encourage each one of you to continue to participate in the chapter as much as possible. 

                The changes around us – whether social, political, economic, or otherwise – require that we help our membership as they help their residents navigate through new and increasingly complex issues and community challenges.  Our terrific NTC ICC membership, including both the jurisdictional and professional, is a network on which I have become increasingly reliant when facing these new challenges and opportunities.

                I am proud of our Chapter’s successes over the past years, particularly in providing more opportunities for meaningful engagement of our members and providing professional development and outreach opportunities.  In the year ahead, we will continue these initiatives, as well as adding or expanding our membership with other chapters in the metro area and beyond.

                In closing, I again say that I look forward to 2023 and all the opportunities that North Texas Chapter of ICC has to offer.  If you have any questions, concerns, suggestions, or comments, please feel free to contact me or one of the other officers.  We are truly here to serve you!


Carey Frazier


Dylan Whitehead, CBO

Building Official, City of Burleson 


North Texas Chapter Board of Directors


vice president

Wayne K. Snell Jr. MPA, CBO

Director of Inspections, City of Irving



The North Texas Chapter is a non-profit organization serving the Code Official and the building industry. We share information and network on a variety of building code issues promoting the safety of our built environment.  Today, our organization is represented by several municipal jurisdictions and private industry. 

The Chapter’s objective is to develop, recommend, and promote uniform regulations and legislation pertaining to building code construction, to encourage uniformity in zoning practice and code interpretation, and to promote the professionalism of the Code Official.  

We fully support the activities of the International Code Council and our regional organizations including the Building Professionals Institute, the Building Officials Association of Texas (BOAT), the Texas Association of Permit Techncians (TAPT), and the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG).

immediate past president

Christine Hadley, CBO

Assistant Building Official, City of Irving

Construction Education Foundation

101 S. Royal Lane,

Building B, in the TDindustries Multipurpose Room

Coppell, TX.