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Joe Cuffe, City of Rancho Cordova, Building Official
Joe Cuffe is the Building Official for the City of Rancho Cordova. Joe has been working in Building Code Enforcement for over 20 years, starting as a permit technician, and working his way up to Building Official. He works with a team of ten staff members, and is responsible for issuance and inspection of over 3,000 permits a year. He is a member of the California Building Officials, International Code Council, National Fire Protection Association, International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Sacramento Valley Association of Building Officials.
Howard Williams, City of Rancho Cordova, Principal Inspector
Howard Williams is the Principal Inspector for the City of Rancho Cordova. Howard began his career as a licensed contractor for a number of years, then as a building inspector for Sacramento County. Howard joined the City of Rancho Cordova when the City incorporated, and was made Principal Inspector in 2006. He currently over sees the City’s three inspectors, in-house plan review, and three permit technicians.
Robert Logsdon, Sacramento County, Chief Building Official
Robert has been with Sacramento County for over 30 years. He began his career as a Residential inspector plan reviewing and issuing permits at the Public Permit Counter, downtown service center. He has held the positions of: Residential and Commercial field inspector, Residential and Commercial Plan Reviewer, Commercial field inspection supervisor, Assistant Civil Engineer, Sign inspector and the short lived OSPI, On Site Permit Issuance, program. He is an ICC certified Building Official, Plan Examiner, and Building Inspector. Robert completed the BOLA, Building Official Leadership Academy program through CALBO (California Building Officials) and was appointed to the position the Chief Building Official position in February of 2016. He was selected for the permanent position in December 2016.
Winfred DeLeon, City of Sacramento, Chief Building Official
Winfred DeLeon is the Chief Building Official for the City of Sacramento. He has more than 30 years of experience in the building construction industry. He received his B.S. in Architectural Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and is a registered Professional Engineer and is an ICC certified building official and plans examiner. In March of this year, the City’s Building Division was presented with the California Building Officials (CALBO) Building Department of the Year Award. This award recognizes an outstanding jurisdiction for its demonstrated leadership over the preceding year. Winfred started his government experience as an Assistant Engineer and worked his way up to his current position. During this period, he was also a Project Manager for almost 15 of those years. That segment of his career has provided some valuable experience and a different perspective of the construction arena. Winfred is a Past President of the local chapter of building officials (SVABO – Sacramento Valley Association of Building Officials) and stays active with this group to discuss ways to provide consistency amongst the region. In his spare time, he likes to travel and partake in various sports activities, especially golf.
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Randy Goodwin, City of West Sacramento, Building Official & City Architect
Randy’s 30 years of experience in building, architecture and park and open space development arena began with his studies in architecture in the Big Sky Country of Bozeman, Mt.
Randy has used his BA and MA Degrees in Architecture from Montana State University, Bozeman, Mt., and his California General Contractors License to serve multiple private clients prior to his work for the City of West Sacramento as Architectural Projects Manager, City Architect and Building Official.
Randy served as one of the team leaders for West Sacramento’s team of residents, staff and other agency partners to develop the program, design and construct the new Community Center and Civic Center campus that includes the City Hall, Community College, Library, Community and Transit Center. During the project’s development, Randy spoke extensively to local and regional groups.
His affiliations include the American Institute of Architects, California Building Officials, Sacramento Valley Association of Building Officials (SVABO Past President), and the US Green Building Council. Randy serves on the California Alfred E. Alquist Seismic Safety Commission.
He served as a panel member for an educational session at the American Public Works Association “Sustainable Public Works – Efficient Infrastructure and Operations” seminar and made a presentation as part of that program. Randy, with City of West Sacramento Parks and Recreation staff and the City of West Sacramento Community Center Architect, presented a session titled “The Power of Partnerships” at the annual California Parks and Recreation Society convention in Sacramento. Randy was a panel member for the Urban Land Institute’s presentation of community and municipal strategies for creating sustainable communities.
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This presentation qualifies for 0.1 CEU.
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