The latest compensation survey by the American Institute of Architects revealed that the average architecture staff salary has increased by more than $10,000 since 2017.
Articles from January 2020
If you aspire to hold a leadership role, have recently assumed one or want to refresh your leadership skills this leadership training — brought to you by the International Code Council Past Presiding Officers — has something for you.
The Preferred Provider Program opens the door to extensive training opportunities from a variety of educational resources. With more than 550 scheduled courses, and 18,000 approved courses in the main catalog, over 350 new providers have joined the network.
This month’s theme for the Building Safety Journal is “Thinking Globally about Building Safety” and parallels the dedicated work of the Code Council in continually expanding delivery of the highest quality products and services to the global building safety industry.
A modification to Section 1013.2 (Floor Level Exit Sign Location) states that the permitted location for low-level exit signs selectively required in Group R-1 occupancies has been expanded to now allow the bottom of such sign to be mounted up to 18 inches above the floor.
In this Building Safety Journal feature interview, we take you inside the career of Richard Edwards to learn what makes him an ICC member, what led him to a career in building safety and what he anticipates for the future of building safety.