At the 2020 RESNET Building Performance Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, the organizations announced a comprehensive program that would utilize IECC/HERS Compliance Specialists for all energy code compliance paths.
As a result of the nuanced and regulated nature of adding outdoor seating due to COVID-19, the association has published considerations and guidelines for business owners and designers leveraging this strategy.
Given the challenges and limited financial resources available for building departments as cited in the Code Council's ongoing survey of U.S. code officials response to the pandemic, the implementation of remote virtual inspections can also save jurisdictions time and money as there is no longer a need for inspectors to travel to and from sites.
Exploring the role building codes play in our day-to-day lives, this international campaign raises awareness about building safety and the importance of building codes in making communities safer and more resilient.
In his new role, Tomberlin will strategically facilitate the adoption and implementation of the International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical Code, International Fuel Gas Code and International Swimming Pool and Spa Code in communities across the United States and around the world.
This presenting sponsorship provides ICC with recognition on all print and electronic promotional materials for the conference, reserved tables during the general sessions, and a hospitality suite for meetings with conference attendees.
This week the International Code Council (ICC), along with its members and partners, will explore the ways in which well-trained building safety professionals are a crucial part of maintaining a safe built environment.
The Code Council's 2019 campaign theme is “Leaving no one behind,” a goal that the association advances through its commitment to developing modern codes and standards that make water systems more efficient and sustainable.