CMGT 4073

About This Course

Building codes history, foundation, structure, and organization. Importance to the built environment throughout building life cycle: design, construction, occupancy, demolition. Code compliance and role of building code official. Interpretation and application to specific scenarios. Recognizing and correcting code deficiencies.

Sample textbook: Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2018 International Building Code, 6th Edition. Francis D. K. Ching


Scott Holm
Scott Holm

MEd., Business and Industry Education and BASc., Construction Management, University of Minnesota. AAS, Building Inspection Technology, North Hennepin Community College; Certificate, Carpentry, St. Cloud Area Vocational Technical Institute


Scott Holm has many years in the construction industry, in some of which he gained practical experience as a carpenter and concrete worker. He currently works for Braun Intertec as a senior consultant in their Building and Structure Sciences group. Previously he was a building inspector for the University of Minnesota and the cities of Minnetonka and Hugo. Scott is also an instructor at Dakota County Technical College in construction management. He has been appointed by the Governor of Minnesota to serve on the Board of Architecture and Engineering, and he is a member of the International Code Council Professional Development Committee.

  • CMGT 4304 – Fire and Life Safety Principles
  • CMGT 4073 – Building Codes for Construction Managers

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