ICC News Release
For Immediate Release: May 8, 2020
Contact: Madison Neal | (202) 754-1173
mneal@iccsafe.org | www.iccsafe.org
The International Code Council hires premier advocacy firm in California
KP Public Affairs will work closely with the Code Council, its members and key stakeholders on matters of mutual interest in the building safety arena

Washington, D.C. – The International Code Council hires KP Public Affairs, a leading advocacy, lobbying and public affairs firm based in Sacramento, California, to represent the interests of the association, its members and key stakeholders in the state.

KP is an experienced firm with decades of advocacy and communications talent on staff. The firm represents regional governments, private developers, home builders, utilities, construction companies and many others. With a long-standing presence in California’s Capitol and a thorough knowledge of the building community, KP will work closely with the Code Council on a range of building safety related issues.

“The Code Council has long been active in California on the state and local levels, supporting our members and chapters,” said Sara Yerkes, Senior Vice President of Government Relations for the Code Council. “We’re looking forward to expanding our efforts to support modern building codes and code compliance in the state as well as building strong coalitions across the design and construction industries.”

The Code Council Government Relations Department will be hosting a virtual reception with KP to give members and chapter leaders a chance to meet the new team. Details will be forthcoming.

For more information about the Code Council’s advocacy efforts, visit www.iccsafe.org/advocacy.


About the International Code Council

The International Code Council is a nonprofit association that provides a wide range of building safety solutions including product evaluation, accreditation, certification, codification and training. It develops model codes and standards used worldwide to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures.