Littleton’s Jim Thelen Receives Beryl Wallace Award

Littleton’s Jim Thelen Receives Beryl Wallace Award

Littleton’s Codes and Inspections Manager Jim Thelen was recently honored by the Colorado Chapter of International Code Council (ICC) by receiving the prestigious Beryl Wallace Award.

 

According to a city release, the award recognizes individuals who have benefited the chapter by going the “extra mile” throughout their career.
Thelen, who recently announced his retirement effective in March, has spent 29 years with the city and was hired as a trainee in the Littleton Building Division in 1986. He became a building official in 1990. During his time with the city, Thelen served as the Colorado Chapter ICC President in 2002 and instituted a successful outreach program to remote areas of the state, the release said.

 

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This local update courtesy of your Littleton Community Expert.

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