Roark Miller earns code official accreditation


Sheila Roark Miller, Clallam County Community Development Director, recently was recognized by the Washington Association of Building Officials as an Accredited Code Official.


The association recognizes code officials who are responsible for safeguarding life, health and promoting public welfare through the administration and enforcement of the codes.


After being accepted, the qualified professional must pass an association-approved exam that covers Washington laws related to state building codes, including administrative procedures, architectural barriers and Washington amendments to the administrative codes.


Roark Miller also holds numerous certifications from the International Code Council, including Accessibility Inspector/Plans Examiner, Building Inspector, Building Plans Examiner, Certified Building Code Official, Certified Building Official, Certified Fire Code Official, Commercial Energy Inspector, Fire Inspector I and II, Fire Plans Examiner, Mechanical Inspector, Mechanical Inspector UMC and Plumbing Inspector.


Roark Miller is the 27th professional in Washington state to earn a WABO accreditation, and the third woman. Roark Miller was the first female building inspector in Clallam County, having worked in the Department of Community Development since April 1990.

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