APPA Standards and Code Council (ASCC) Members
From left to right: David Handwork Entech Consulting,; Stephen Harris, University of Texas System Administration; Bill Koffel, Koffel Associates,
Richard Roberts, Honeywell Fire Safety; Alan Sactor, University of Maryland; Ted Weidner, Purdue University; Lindsay Wagner, The Knowledge Collaborative
Lander Medlin, President & CEO; Brooks Baker, Emeritus Advisor
APPA’s standards and codes activities rest on these three core principles, tied to APPA’s strategic vision and grounded in its mission and purpose.
- To promote codes and standards AWARENESS and EDUCATION among members.
- Determine the IMPACT of existing and proposed standards and codes on educational institutions
- Display APPA’s LEADERSHIP on standards and codes and seek pragmatic solutions to the needs/requirements of education institutions with regard to facilities and infrastructure standards as they relate to APPA’s four core area (i.e., General Administration and Management; Operations and Maintenance; Energy, Utilities and Environmental Stewardship; and Planning, Design and Construction).
- Identify broad CONSENSUS among APPA’s institutional members to ensure wide and diverse input and consensus on standards issues among APPA members, may include the following: APPA standards, APPA technical reports, and APPA requirements.