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News & Announcements
ICC-ES Part of First Program Operator Consortium Launched for Environmental Product Declarations Market. The consortium--which includes ICC Evaluation Service, ASTM International, NSF International and Sustainable Minds--will serve as an expert resource and advocate for creating product category rules, reviewing life cycle assessment reports, and verifying and publishing environmental product declarations. Continue reading.November 18, 2015
ICC a Valuable Resource as L.A. Property Owners Comply with Historic Seismic Retrofit Ordinance. Los Angeles property owners hoping to comply with the city’s landmark seismic retrofit ordinance can rely on the ICC Family of Companies to help make their buildings safer and more resilient. The Los Angeles City Council unanimously adopted the mandatory retrofit ordinance that will require an estimated 15,000 buildings be structurally rehabilitated so they can better withstand the effects of earthquakes. Read more.November 17, 2015
ICC Strengthens Training and Education Program with Addition of Tracy Lendi. The International Code Council has announced the addition of Tracy Lendi, Ph.D., to the ICC team as its new Vice President of Training and Education. She brings over 15 years of leadership experience in overseeing the development, implementation, delivery and evaluation of training programs. Keep reading.November 13, 2015