The George Washington Chapter of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors welcomes you to our website.

This chapter encompasses Washington, D.C. and most of Maryland.

Continuing Education credits are provided for those current members who attend a full session and sign in properly. In July, 2008, we were officially added to the list of approved Continuing Education providers by the Prince George's County Board of Registration for Master Electricians, Journeyman Electricians, Apprentice Electricians, Electrical Contractors, and Electrical Subcontractors.

  • Next Meeting
  • Here's a link for our minutes. The full version of the minutes of all our meetings to date can be found on the current activity page.
  • Here's a link to an extended obituary of Art Hesse, our chapter's godfather.
  • Here's a link to a Maryland Smoke Detector Flyer by Fire Marshal of Anne Arundel County, MD.

If you have questions or comments about this web page, please call the Chapter secretary at 301-699-8833, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. If we're out, please use the voicemail. Voicemail is quite reliable except when there's an outage. For other local questions, contact either him or one of the other officers listed below.

Forthcoming Events

Flexible Metal Cables and Raceways & More

DATE: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 

TIME: We'll start at 5:00 pm with social time. Business and introductions begin at 5:30 pm; the program goes from 5:30-7:30 or so. (We’ll start on time, but if you happen to run late, you’re still welcome.)

LOCATION: Fellowship Hall attached to the City of Laurel Police Station, 811 Fifth St., Laurel, MD 20707 (handy to 95 & the ICC)
WHO: Everyone's welcome: AHJ and TPI inspectors and plan reviewers, electricians, engineers, and home inspectors.   IAEI members receive IACET- and ICC-approved CEUs. Join at WWW.IAEI.ORG

PROGRAM: Flexible Metal Cables and Raceways & More

On November 20, 2019, we’ll have a double program.

First:
Lyn Brigham, with Atkore, presents: Flexible Metal Cables and Raceways: Types and uses. Articles 320 and 330, and a bit more.

Second:
Wade LeVander & Hayes Smith, representatives of Polywater & IEEE, will talk about Two Critical Elements of Raceway Installations: sealing transitions such as where a raceway enters a building; and lubrication to reduce pulling friction.

If you have ideas about promising presenters and desirable programs, let's hear it

IAEI George Washington Chapter

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Chapter Founder: Art Hesse

Minutes

Bylaws (pdf)

Contact Information

Secretary/Treasurer
Shapiro,  David E.
114 Northway Rd
Greenbelt, MD 20770
(301) 699-8833
9 am - 9 pm; You also can fax, but only by pre-arrangement--there've been too many robofaxes. His web site is: http://www.davidelishapiro.com/

President: Robert Welborne

Past President: vacant.

Vice President and Membership Director: Karl Mirpanah

Purpose

Our purpose is to further electrical safety, and in particular to foster electrical education and the uniform application of electrical standards. About a third of us are electrical inspectors, mostly working for local governments, but including quite a few third-party inspectors. The other two-thirds are contractors or their employees, engineers, consultants, and representatives of organizations that support IAEI. (The ratio of inspectors to contractors is reversed in our Canadian section; go figure.)

As of Fall 2016, we had 40 local members. We welcome others who might consider joining IAEI. Our meetings are held on the third Wednesday evenings of January, March, May, September, and November. We normally take care of chapter business and then enjoy an educational program.