Located in North Texas, NORTEX Code, LLC is as minority (HUB #1205686257100) and disabled veteran owned, sole proprietorship, originally founded in 2002. Initially focused on accessibility consulting; expansion over the next decade in operation culminated in the offering of plan review, inspection, and consulting services of all building codes and standards. We began operating as a limited liability company in 2010.

what we do

Perform highly advanced research, evaluation, project management, consultative, technical assistance, and conducts training related to compliance with the multiple building codes, guidelines, and standards. Review proposed plans and alterations to facilities to ensure compliance with codes and regulations by preparing written findings and describing methods for achieving compliance; and by monitoring the progress of the project according to schedule. Evaluate facilities to determine compliance by conducting or arranging for on-site surveys; and by identifying problems and recommending modifications.

who we are

We are a diverse team of professionals driven to see to your project succeed. Our highly skilled and dedicated team embraces any opportunity. We look forward to sharing our exciting future with you and invite you to learn more about us.

Wally Tirado – Principal
Throughout his career he has been involved in all aspects of the construction process from years as a client representative to years  providing facility design and construction observation. He performs highly advanced research, evaluation, project management,  training, technical assistance, and consultation related to compliance with the multiple building codes, guidelines, and standards. He served eight years in the U.S. Army as a Horizontal Construction Engineer. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology from Tarleton State University. He is a published author and instructor and specializes in accessibility, energy conservation and sustainability. He holds multiple ICC certifications in these areas, is and a life member of the Disabled American Veterans. He has written numerous articles on accessibility and contributed to a book published by John Wiley & Sons.