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NFPA Architects, Engineers, and Building Officials (AEBO) Membership Section

Membership to the Architects, Engineers and Building Officials Section membership helps tailor your NFPA benefits to your industry and puts you in direct contact with experts in architecture, construction, and inspection. You'll find you'll use your connections almost daily. Call on these professionals to solve problems, and get time- and money-saving solutions to your organization's most pressing priorities. Plus, AEBO gives you streamlined access to groundbreaking developments on NFPA 5000®, Building Construction and Safety Code®.

Advance your career through CEUs, educational seminars, and professional development critical to your success on the job. Plus, Section leadership and publication opportunities help you build credentials and enhance your reputation as an expert in your field.

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Membership in the AEBO Section is open to any NFPA member who meets one of the following criteria:

  • Member: Registered architect, registered professional engineer, and their designated employees (must provide state and registration license number); building official of a local, state, or federal government with statutory responsibility for building code regulation and enforcement.
  • Affiliate Member: Individuals interested in the design and construction of buildings or in the enforcement of building code regulations who do not meet the Member requirements. 

Section news

Stay up-to-date with what's happening with the AEBO Section and participate in discussions by visiting NFPA's Xchange community (login required).

Section objectives

The objectives of the NFPA Architects, Engineers, and Building Officials Section are to:

  1. Encourage a greater understanding of the many aspects of safety to life and property from fire, structural collapse, and natural perils, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and floods, among architects and engineers responsible for designing buildings and building officials who administer and enforce legal regulations applying thereto.
  2. Create opportunities in an environment where mutual understanding and cooperation among architects, engineers, and building officials may be developed and enhanced.
  3. Create opportunities for leaders to emerge and attain recognition from their peers through elective office and to provide direction and vision for this section.

This section is active and sees an important role for itself in the ongoing development of NFPA 5000, Building Construction and Safety Code®, as the members constitute major stakeholders in the design, permitting, and construction inspection and control process.

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