The U.S. Congress recently passed and President Donald Trump signed into law two spending packages for fiscal year 2020, including an appropriations agreement which funds several programs that benefit the building safety industry and which the International Code Council supported through engagement with lawmakers. They include: A $100 million increase to $3.4 billion total for […]
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The deadline to submit applications to receive the 2020 Emory R. Rodgers Leadership in Building Safety Fellowship Award is April 1. Emory R. Rodgers spent more than four decades devoting himself to the building safety profession and to the creation and ongoing development of the International Codes. As a leader in the industry and in […]
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) will improve energy efficiency in residential buildings. In support of this determination, DOE conducted technical analysis evaluating the impacts of the updated code relative to the previous 2015 edition. DOE estimates national savings of approximately: 1.97 percent energy cost savings 1.91 […]
With the creation of a special jacket, the ICC Master Code Professional status is getting a new look as well as its own webpage on the ICC website. Other updates for MCPs include: Updated wall certificate Updated pin Updated welcome letter Sample press release About 800 code professionals have achieved the Master Code Professional status. […]
With the completion of the 2019 Group B Public Committee Hearings in Las Vegas October 23-30 and the post-hearings online voting, the International Code Council recently released the preliminary results which will shape the 2021 International Codes. Click here to see those preliminary results. Keep in mind they are not final as they have yet […]
May is Building Safety Month for the International Code Council and for communities around the world. But what makes the 2020 Building Safety Month special is it marks its 40th anniversary. Building Safety Month has grown to involve a broad coalition of partners and supporters. It raises awareness about the importance of building codes and […]
To bring together regulatory agencies, organizations, associations, groups, and individuals engaged in the promulgation, administration, enforcement, and implementations of safety, health and welfare in the construction, maintenance and protection of buildings and structures.