Clearwater, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott announced four reappointments to the Florida Building Commission on Feb. 20. One of the seats will continue to be filled by Clearwater Gas System’s Assistant Director, Brian Langille.
Langille’s reappointment term began Feb. 20 and ends June 30, 2021. “We are proud of Brian’s reappointment and feel confident that his work ethic and knowledge will continue to be a welcomed asset,” says Chuck Warrington, Managing Director of Clearwater Gas System.
Langille received a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of South Florida in 1997. In 2004, he obtained his Professional Engineering (PE) and Certified Energy Manager (CEM) licenses in 2005. He’s the current President of the Florida Engineering Society Pinellas Chapter, and he also is a member of the Association of Energy Engineers. Langille also serves as Chairman of the Florida Gas Utility Board of Directors and is Vice President for the Florida Municipal Natural Gas Association.
The Florida Building Commission is a 26-member technical body responsible for the development, maintenance and interpretation of the Florida Building Code through a consensus-building process. The Chair is appointed by the Governor, subject to confirmation by the Senate, and serves at the pleasure of the Governor.
Langille’s commission seat represents the interest of Florida natural gas utilities. Other commission members appointed by the Governor represent architects, engineers, contractors, building owners, insurance, public education, local governments, building and fire officials, and persons with disabilities. The commission also approves products for statewide acceptance and administers the Building Code Training Program.