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Ohio Strengthens Building Safety and Resilience by Adopting International Plumbing, Building and Mechanical Codes 

Columbus, Ohio – The state of Ohio has adopted four of the 2021 International Codes® (I-Codes ®), including the 2021 editions of the International Building Code® (IBC), International Mechanical Code® (IMC), International Plumbing Code® (IPC) and International Existing Building Code® (IEBC). This decision comes after careful consideration by the Ohio Board of Building Standards and is a testament to the state’s commitment to upholding the highest standards in building construction and maintenance.  

“Adopting these I-Codes® helps modernize Ohio’s building regulatory system, supports growth in manufacturing and improves the health and safety of Ohio cities,” said Code Council Chief Executive Officer Dominic Sims, CBO. “We applaud Ohio’s Board of Building Standards for prioritizing and leveraging building codes to protect public safety.” 

This update is a direct result of Governor DeWine’s and Lt Governor Husted’s initiative to reform the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) and aims to maintain the safety of current buildings and ensure the safety, affordability and sustainability of new ones. 

Building codes establish the minimum requirements to ensure safe and resilient structures, and benefits of adoption include cost reduction and casualty prevention. By embracing the 2021 I-Codes®, Ohio sets a precedent for other states to evaluate current codes and practices and to adopt updated codes that promote safety, resilience and sustainability in the built environment. 

Adoption of these codes will go into effect in Ohio on March 1, 2024. Read the 2024 Ohio Building, Mechanical and Plumbing Code Rules here.  

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Preparing for Hurricane Lee

Preparing for Hurricane Lee

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Preparing for Hurricane Lee

The International Code Council is monitoring Hurricane Lee as it continues to track northward through the Atlantic this week. Hurricane Lee is expected to make landfall during the evening of Saturday, September 16, into Sunday, September 17. The track of Hurricane Lee serves as an important reminder that hurricanes can affect New England, and that preparation is a key factor in personal and community safety.

Tropical storm force winds from Hurricane Lee may extend upward to 250 miles out from the center of the storm. If you live in the forecast area, it’s important to prepare now: 

  • Check/replace emergency supplies and store bottled drinking water. 
  • Review evacuation plans. 
  • Keep a supply of flashlights and extra batteries handy. 
  • Clean storm gutters and drains. 
  • Prepare your home for high winds and rain. 
  • Repair/replace storm shutters. 
  • Check your property insurance policy for appropriate coverage. 

For the latest forecast and additional safety information, please visit the National Hurricane Center and the Code Council’s hurricane safety and resources page. 

If you need assistance, please reach out to us through your regional Government Relations representative.

Disaster Recovery Resource for Building Safety Professionals

When disasters strike, codes and standards serve as a baseline for the return to safe, sanitary, and habitable buildings. Code officials and their floodplain management counterparts rely on support from emergency managers and community leaders to help secure the critical resources needed to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community. To that end, FEMA has a disaster recovery policy specifically aimed at providing much-needed assistance for code officials and floodplain managers during disaster response and initial recovery for up to 180 days following a major disaster declaration. Learn how to apply for building code administration and enforcement assistance here. This policy, administered under FEMA’s program, offers reimbursement for critical community functions such as building code administration, code enforcement, floodplain management administration and enforcement, and conducting substantial damage survey inspections in affected communities.

For more information, visit the Code Council’s resource page.

Download FEMA's DRAA resource here.

Current Code Development Cycle Archive 2021-2022

Current Code Development Cycle Archive 2021-2022

News

2022 Group B Final Action Results Now Available.

The International Code Council Board of Directors certified the results of the online governmental consensus vote for the 2022 Group B cycle. Accordingly, the final action results were published today, May 11th. The board reviewed the findings from an independent Validation Committee before making its decision. The Validation Committee determined that there was a valid voting process with no irregularities or concerns material to the outcome.

Preliminary 2022 Group B Online Governmental Consensus Vote Results Available.

The 2021 Group B Online Governmental Consensus Vote was conducted October 17th through November 1st and the preliminary results are available. These results contain only the preliminary action on the Group B changes. These results are not final as they are subject to certification by the Validation Committee and confirmation by the ICC Board in accordance with Section 10.1 of CP 28 Code Development. The 2022 Group B Final Action results, including vote tallies from both the Public Comment Hearing and OGCV, will be posted following certification in accordance with Section 10.4 of CP 28.

Online Governmental Consensus Vote (OGCV) Is Open

Click here to link to cdpACCESS. Eligible voting members will also receive an email from ICC when the OGCV starts. The OGCV will be open until November 1st, 2022 - 11:59PM Pacific.

2022 Group B Public Comment Hearing Results Now Available

The 2022 Group B Public Comment Hearing Results from the Public Comment Hearings held in Louisville, KY are now available. Click here for the results. The results from the Public Comment Hearing are being transferred to the Online Governmental Consensus Vote (OGCV) and ballot construction is well underway. We anticipate opening the OGCV shortly. Please be sure to monitor this website/cdpACCESS for updates. Eligible voting members will also receive an email from ICC when the OGCV starts. It will be open for two weeks.

2022 Group B Discussion Guide and Public Comment Agenda Updates

The 2022 Group B Discussion Guide and Public Comment Agenda Updates are posted. Click here for document.

2022 Group B Public Comments

The 2022 Group B public comments are posted. Click here for the Group B website page for Group B cycle document postings.

2022 Public Comment Hearing Schedule

The Public Comment Hearings (PCH) will start on Wednesday, September 14th  at 1:00 pm. 2022 PCH Hearing Schedule anticipates that the hearings will be completed no later than 7:00 pm on Sunday, September 18th.

2021 Group A Cycle Final Action

The International Code Council Board of Directors certified the results of the online governmental consensus vote for the 2021 Group A cycle. Accordingly, the final action results have been posted. The Board reviewed the findings from an independent Validation Committee before making its decision in accordance with Section 10.1 of Council Policy 28. The Validation Committee determined that there was a valid voting process with no irregularities or concerns material to the outcome. This concludes the 2021 Group A Cycle.

ICC Code Correlation Committee (CCC) WebEx Meeting

The ICC Code Correlation Committee (CCC) has scheduled a WebEx meeting for July 21, 2022, Noon-2pm CT and 2-4pm CT (if needed). The purpose for this telephone conference is for the CCC to initiate public comments for the 2022 Group B code change cycle, as needed, to provide for correlation of changes to be considered at the 2022 Group B Public Comment Hearing, in accordance with Section 4, Item 4 of Council Policy CP#44. The CCC may also consider editorial issues related to the public comments submitted in the 2022 Group B cycle, in accordance with Section 4, Items 2 & 3 of Council Policy CP#44. Please see the attached meeting notice.

2022 Group B Report of Committee Action Now Available

The 2022 Group B Report of Committee Action from the meeting in Rochester, NY, is now available. Click here for the results.

2022 Group B Public Comment Submittal Now Open

As of May 5th, cdpACCESS.com is accepting public comments for the 2022 Group B International Codes. The public comment period closes at 11:59pm Pacific Time on June 20th.

2022 Group B CAH Results Now Available

The 2022 Group B Committee Action Hearing results from the meeting in Rochester, NY, are now available. Click here for the results. Note that the Report of Committee Action Hearings is scheduled to be posted May 9th.

Group B Online Modifications

As of March 21st, cdpACCESS is accepting modifications to Group B 2022 code change proposals. Go to https://www.cdpaccess.com/help/onlinemods/ for more information.

Consolidated Monograph Updates

The Consolidated Monograph Updates to the 2022 Group B code changes is now available. Click here for the Updates. Note that printed copies will be made available at the CAH in Rochester, NY.

2022 Group B Proposed Changes

The 2022 Group B proposed changes are posted. Click here for the Group B website page for Group B cycle document postings.

ICC Code Correlation Committee (CCC) WebEx Meeting

The ICC Code Correlation Committee (CCC) has scheduled a WebEx meeting for February 14, 2022, 10am-Noon CT and 1-3pm CT (if needed). The purpose for this telephone conference is for the CCC to consider editorial and scoping issues related to the proposals submitted in the 2022 Group B cycle, in accordance with Section 4, Items 2 & 3 of Council Policy CP#44. Please see the attached meeting notice.

Preliminary 2021 Group A Online Governmental Consensus Vote Results Available.

The 2021 Group A Online Governmental Consensus Vote was conducted October 15th through November 1st and the preliminary results are available. These results contain only the preliminary action on the Group A changes. These results are not final as they are subject to certification by the Validation Committee and confirmation by the ICC Board in accordance with Section 10.1 of CP 28 Code Development. The 2021 Group A Final Action results, including vote tallies from both the Public Comment Hearing and OGCV, will be posted following certification in accordance with Section 10.4 of CP 28.

Cost Impact for 2022 Group B Code Changes.

In support of the ICC Code Development Process, the Industry Advisory Committee (IAC) recommended the development of a Cost Impact Guide which provides information regarding the requirements concerning the cost impact statements that are required as part of every code change proposal. The IAC completed the guide which has been endorsed by the Board Committee on the Long Term Code Development Process and approved by the Code Council Board of Directors. This guide was developed with input from Industry Advisory Committee members, from code officials, and from ICC staff. The guide is intended to be a useful and informative resource that will help in understanding the purpose and objective of the cost impact requirements in the code submission process.

2022 Group B Update

The 2022 Group B codes were opened for proposed changes on October 19. To submit proposals for Group B codes, go to https://www.cdpaccess.com/. The deadline for Group B proposal submittals is 11:59 pm PT on January 10, 2022. Group B codes include Admin, IBC-S, IEBC, IgCC (Ch. 1) and IRC – B. The 2022 Committee Action Hearing will be held in person in Rochester, NY, at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center from March 27 through April 6, 2022, as originally scheduled. The hearings will be held in a single track with the schedule of codes to be determined. An updated 2021/2022 ICC Code Development Schedule dated 11/8/21 has been posted.

2021 Group A Online Governmental Consensus Vote Open October 15th-November 1st

As indicated in the 2021 Group A Public Comment Agenda on page v and the recently posted Public Comment Hearing results, the Code Council Board of Directors, at the recommendation of the Long Term Code Development Process (LTCDP) Committee, added Section 8.2 to CP 28 which contains statements for voters to acknowledge prior to casting their votes in the OGCV. Please go to ACKNOWLEDGEMENT to view and sign the acknowledgement prior to casting your votes in the OGCV at https://www.cdpaccess.com.

2021 Cycle eligible voters. Click here for a state-by-state breakdown of the number of eligible voters for the 2021 Cycle.

2021 Group A Public Comment Hearing Results Now Available

The 2021 Group A Public Comment Hearing Results from the Public Comment Hearings held in Pittsburgh, PA are now available. Click here for the results. The Online Governmental Consensus Vote (OGCV) is scheduled to open October 15, 2021 and close November 1, 2021.

2021 Group A Public Comment Agenda

The 2021 Group A public comments are posted.

2021 Public Comment Hearing Schedule

The Public Comment Hearings (PCH) will start on Tuesday, September 21  at 8:00 am. 2021 PCH Schedule anticipates that the hearings will be completed no later than 7:00 pm on Sunday, September 26.

2021 IECC Update

Click here for process information for the development of the 2024 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC)

IECC and Chapter 11 of the IRC Now Open for Proposed Code Changes

The International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and Chapter 11 of the International Residential Code (IRC) are now open for proposed code change submittals for the development of the 2024 codes through an energy only version of cdpaccess. Submittals will be open until 11:59pm Pacific Time on October 12th. Click here to access energy.cdpaccess.org.

2021 Group A Public Comment Submittal Now Open

The public comment period for the 2021 Group A International Codes is open through cdpACCESS.com. The public comment period closes at 11:59pm Pacific Time on July 2nd.

2021 Group A Report of Committee Action Now Available

The 2021 Group A Report of Committee Action from the virtual meeting in Country Club Hills, IL is now available. Click here for the results.

2021 Group A CAH Videos Now Available

The 2021 Group A CAH videos from the virtual meeting in Country Club Hills, IL are now available.

2021 Group A CAH Results Now Available

The 2021 Group A Committee Action Hearing results from the virtual meeting in Country Club Hills, IL are now available. Click here for the results.

2021 Group A Proposed Changes

The 2021 Group A proposed changes are posted. Click here for the Group A website page for Group A cycle document postings.

Consolidated Monograph Updates

The Consolidated Monograph Updates to the 2021 Group A code changes, including the 4/2/21 updates, is now available. Click here for the Updates.

2021 Group A CAH Hearing Schedule

Virtual 2021 Committee Action Hearings

UPDATED 2021–2022 ICC Code Development Cycle schedule

The 2021/2022 Code Development Schedule updated November 8, 2021

2021/2022 ICC Code Committee Responsibility Matrix available

ICC Reference Standards Guide

The ICC Reference Standards Guide developed by the ICC Industry Advisory Committee (IAC) is now available.

2021 / 2022 Code Development Cycle

ICC Committee Activities

Throughout the current cycle, ICC committees have been put in place to study specific technical issues and participate in the ICC Code Development Process. Below is a list of current committees and a link to their respective web pages:

For a link to all committees and councils, click here.

 

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2021 / 2022 Code Development Information
2021 / 2022 Code Development Schedule Posted: March 17, 2020
Updated: May 24, 2021
Call for Committees Posted: March 17, 2020
Due: June 15, 2020
Code Committee Responsibility Matrix Posted: October 13, 2020

 

2021 Cycle - Group A Information
Group A Codes Committee Rosters
IBC- E, IBC - FS, IBC -G, IFC, IFGC, IMC, IPC, IPMC,IPSDC, IRC – M, IRC- P, ISPSC, IWUIC, IZC
DEADLINE FOR cdpACCESS ONLINE RECEIPT OF CODE CHANGE PROPOSALS Deadline: January 11, 2021
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF NEW STANDARDS Deadline: February 15, 2021
COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING (CAH) SCHEDULE
WEB POSTING OF “PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE I-CODES” Posted: March 1, 2021
PROPOSED NEW STANDARDS ANALYSES Posted: March 18, 2021
ONLINE FLOOR MODIFICATION INSTRUCTIONS
TENTATIVE HEARING ORDERS
COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING (CAH) Meetings held virtually:
April 11-21,2021
April 25-May5, 2021
WEBCAST Live April 11-21, April 25-May 5, 2021
UPATED HEARING ORDERS Updated during the CAH
UNOFFICIAL CAH RESULTS Updated during the CAH
COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING RESULTS Posted: May 10, 2021
UPDATES TO THE COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING RESULTS Posted: June 7, 2021
CAH HEARING VIDEOS
WEB POSTING OF “REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING” Posted: May 24, 2021
UPDATES TO THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING Updated: June 17, 2021
DEADLINE FOR cdpACCESS ONLINE RECEIPT OF PUBLIC COMMENTS July 2, 2021
PUBLIC COMMENT HEARING (PCH) SCHEDULE Uploaded: August 2, 2021
WEB POSTING OF “PUBLIC COMMENT AGENDA” Posted: August 13, 2021
VOTER VALIDATION
PUBLIC COMMENT HEARING (PCH) ANNUAL CONFERENCE DATES NOTED BY AC September 21-28, 2021
David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PAAC: September 19-22, 2021
WEBCAST Active September 21-28, 2021
UPDATED HEARING ORDERS Updated during the PCH
UNOFFICIAL PCH RESULTS Updated during the PCH
PUBLIC COMMENT HEARING RESULTS Posted: October 6, 2021
ONLINE GOVERNMENTAL CONSENUS VOTE (OGCV) October 15 - November 1, 2021
UNOFFICAL OGCV RESULTS Approx. 2 weeks after conclusion of OGCV Posted
WEB POSTING OF FINAL ACTION GROUP A RESULTS, INCLUDING OGCV VOTING
RESULTS
Following Validation Committee certification of OGCV and ICC Board
confirmation.
2022 Cycle - Group B Information
Group B Codes Committee Rosters
Admin, IBC-S, IEBC, IRC – B
DEADLINE FOR cdpACCESS ONLINE RECEIPT OF CODE CHANGE PROPOSALS January 10, 2022
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF NEW STANDARDS Revised: December 13, 2021
COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING (CAH) SCHEDULE Posted: February 14, 2022
WEB POSTING OF “PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE I-CODES” Posted: February 24, 2022
PROPOSED NEW STANDARDS ANALYSES Posted: March 14, 2022
ONLINE FLOOR MODIFICATION INSTRUCTIONS/FAQ’S
TENTATIVE HEARING ORDERS
COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING (CAH) March 27 - April 6, 2022
Rochester Riverside Convention Center; Rochester, NY
WEBCAST Active: March 27 - April 6
UPATED HEARING ORDERS Updated during the CAH
UNOFFICIAL CAH RESULTS Updated during the CAH
COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING RESULTS Posted: April 14, 2022
WEB POSTING OF “REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING” May 11, 2022
UPDATES TO THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING August 22, 2022
DEADLINE FOR cdpACCESS ONLINE RECEIPT OF PUBLIC COMMENTS June 20, 2022
PUBLIC COMMENT HEARING (PCH) SCHEDULE Posted: July 21, 2022
WEB POSTING OF “PUBLIC COMMENT AGENDA Posted: August 3, 2022
PUBLIC COMMENT HEARING (PCH) ANNUAL CONFERENCE DATES NOTED BY AC September 14-21, 2022, Kentucky International Convention Center, Louisvile, KY

AC: September 11-14, 2022

WEBCAST Active: September 14-21, 2022
UPDATED HEARING ORDERS Updated during the PCH
UNOFFICIAL PCH RESULTS Updated during the PCH
PUBLIC COMMENT HEARING RESULTS Posted: September 28, 2022
ONLINE GOVERNMENTAL CONSENUS VOTE (OGCV) October 17 - November 1, 2022
UNOFFICIAL OGCV RESULTS Posted: November 10, 2022
WEB POSTING OF FINAL ACTION GROUP B RESULTS, INCLUDING OGCV VOTING
RESULTS
Following Validation Committee certification of OGCV and ICC Board
confirmation.

International Code Council Welcomes Jordana Rubel as General Counsel

Washington, D.C. – The International Code Council announced this week that Jordana Rubel has joined its staff as General Counsel. Rubel will oversee the organization’s legal matters with a particular emphasis on preserving and protecting its intellectual property rights. 

Joining the Code Council from the United States Copyright Office where she held the title of Assistant General Counsel, Rubel has extensive experience in copyright litigation and trademark cases. Prior to that, Rubel was an associate with several D.C.-area law firms where she litigated copyright and trademark cases in federal court. Rubel holds a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Emory University School of Law, as well as degrees from both Harvard University and Haverford College.

“We are pleased to welcome Jordana to the Code Council,” said Code Council Chief Executive Officer Dominic Sims, CBO. “We are confident the expertise and knowledge Jordana brings will play a vital role in enhancing our copyright protection, which is critical to the continuation of developing codes and standards.”

The Code Council can only operate at its highest potential through revenues derived from the publication, sale, and licensing of standards, which is made possible by the protection of copyright laws. Without copyright protection for codes and standards, resource-limited government agencies would have to undertake the difficult and expensive task of replicating the current code development system. This system operates with openness, transparency and balance, and has been highly effective in protecting public health and safety.

“After over 15 years of litigating copyright and trademark cases in federal court, I am thrilled to bring my experience to the Code Council and help continue its legacy of ensuring the safety of the built environment for future generations to come,” said Rubel.

More information on the importance of copyright protection can be found here.

To access copyright protection resources, visit here. 

To download Jordana’s headshot, click here.

2024 / 2025 / 2026 Code Development: Group A (2024)

2024 / 2025 / 2026 Code Development: Group A (2024)

Find the latest news and documents below

November 2023

2024 New Standards

How to submit new standards for Group A now available.

September 2023

Hearing dates for the 2024 Group A Cycle

  • 2024 Committee Action Hearing #1 April 7–16, 2024
  • 2024 Committee Action Hearing #2 October 23–31, 2024

Group A – Proposed Changes to the 2024 Editions

2024 Complete Code Change Monograph Published 02/26/24 57920 KB
Introduction 2024 Published 02/26/24 2005 KB
IADMIN 2024 Published 02/26/24 902 KB
IBC Egress 2024 Published 02/26/24 11862 KB
IBC Fire Safety 2024 Published 02/26/24 7072 KB
IBC General 2024 Published 02/26/24 1808 KB
IBC Structural 2024 Published 02/26/24 947 KB
IFC 2024 Published 02/26/24 9716 KB
IFGC 2024 Published 02/26/24 1048 KB
IMC 2024 Published 02/26/24 1978 KB
IPC 2024 Published 02/26/24 14062 KB
IPSDC 2024 Published 02/26/24 1026 KB
IRC Mechanical 2024 Published 02/26/24 1031 KB
IRC Plumbing 2024 Published 02/26/24 1043 KB
ISPSC 2024 Published 02/26/24 2232 KB
IWUIC 2024 Published 02/26/24 14495 KB
CCC 2024 Published 02/26/24 903 KB

2024 Group A Comment Agenda to CAH #1

(To be posted September 5, 2024)

2023 Conference – App

Conference App

This year’s ICC Conference App, your source for all schedules and information, is now available!

All schedules, information and class materials will only be available on the ICC Conference App this year. It features conference schedule, speakers, session handouts, maps, directory, and events.

Download the App

The App is accessible from all devices: smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktops and is available for Apple and Android devices. It’s also available on the web.

Find the App quickly in stores by searching for: iccac23.

You can use the Mobile App to:

  • Create your own schedule
  • Search for classes and events
  • Stay up-to-date with event announcements
  • Learn about speakers and sponsors
  • See who else is attending and network
  • Access speaker presentations and documents
  • Learn about local hotels, dining and attractions

International Code Council Expands its Global Outreach in the Plumbing, Mechanical and Fuel Gas Field

Washington, D.C. – The International Code Council recently appointed Tom Roberts as the new Director of Plumbing Mechanical and Fuel Gas (PMG) Global. In this new position, Roberts will focus on identifying opportunities pertaining to emerging technologies, plumbing designs and installation practices outside of North America.

Roberts is a highly respected technical expert in the international building safety community with over a decade of experience in the development of policy, codes and standards. Roberts comes to the International Code Council from the Australian Building Codes Board, the Australian Government body responsible for the National Construction Code in Australia as well as the WaterMark® and CodeMark® product certification schemes used in Oceania.

“The importance of PMG codes extends to all corners of the world, as they provide vital standards and guidelines that ensure the safety, resiliency and sustainability of diverse building safety systems,” said International Code Council CEO Dominic Sims, CBO. “Tom’s expertise and deep industry knowledge will play a crucial role in highlighting the significance of the International Codes, while also broadening the Code Council’s support and resources to communities across the globe.”

For more information about the International Code Council family of solutions in the Oceania region, visit here.

Download Tom Roberts’ headshot here.  

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Low-Carbon Alternative Cements Consensus Committee (IS-LCCC)

Low-Carbon Alternative Cements Consensus Committee (IS-LCCC)

ICC 1155 Standard for Low-Carbon Alternative Cements Used in Concrete

The first edition of ICC 1155 is being developed under the Code Council’s ANSI Accredited Consensus Procedures.

The Code Council is developing this new performance standard for the assessment of low-carbon alternative cements used in concrete. The cement industry is responsible for about 8% of the CO2 emissions for the globe.  With the increased attention to the effects of global CO2 production, there is a need for low carbon alternative cement that has the proper physical properties in accordance with model building codes and the referenced standards within.  A standard will provide requirements for those physical properties that could be referenced in the International Building Code (IBC).

A call for committee has been posted with an application deadline of October 13, 2023 to solicit committee members of various interest categories to create balance on the committee in accordance with ANSI’s Essential Requirements. The ICC Board of Directors will make all final appointments.

The Code Council adheres to openness and transparency in our Standards development process. All ICC Standards committee meetings are open to the public. Any interested party can participate in committee meetings and can be considered by the committee for membership on any work-group that the committee creates.

Please contact the staff secretariat, Will Utsey, P.E., Regional VP of Engineering, wutsey@icc-es.org if you wish to be placed on the "interested party" list and receive information on how to participate in the public committee meetings or join a work group created by the committee.

Meeting Documents