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Saturday, June 15, 2024


Dilworth Receives Building Inspector of Year Award

Jay Dilworth

By Press Release

ERMA – Jay Dilworth received the New Jersey Building Inspector of the Year Award from the New Jersey Building Officials Assn.
A Lower Township resident, Dilworth received the honor at a recent meeting of the organization. Association President Pat Naticchione made the presentation.
Dilworth is married to Deborah; they have three children and six grandchildren.
Dilworth served on the Lower Township Planning Board for 30 years and as chairman for the last 10 years.
He has worked extensively throughout the state and is employed by several municipalities in Cape May and Atlantic counties.
He also owns and operates a state-licensed on-site inspection agency with municipal contracts in Cape May, Atlantic, and Ocean counties.
Dilworth holds the highest level of licensure in the state, that of High Rise/High Hazard classification in building, electric, plumbing, fire protection and elevator, as well as construction official, housing code official and mechanical inspector licenses.
Also, he holds the Master Code Professional classification from the International Code Council, which is the organization responsible for all code adoptions worldwide.
He holds a Certified Building Official certification from ICC, which addressed the management side of code enforcement. Further, he is a Certified Floodplain Manager from the Association of State Floodplain Manager.
He also sits on the ICC-600: Standard for Residential Construction in High-Wind Regions Committee.

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