PMG Membership Council Documents

Governing Committee Document(s)

This library contains the meeting notices, agendas, minutes, and other support documents associated with PMG Membership Council Governing Committee Meetings.

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Membership Council Document(s)

This library contains documents and support materials associated with the PMG Membership Council.

PMG Code Action Committee (PMGCAC)

The Plumbing Mechanical and Fuel Gas Code Action Committee (PMGCAC) 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 sub-group that the committee creates. Interested parties will be notified by email of PMGCAC activities including committee meetings, sub-group meetings and the availability of PMGCAC related documentation. If you wish to be placed on the “interested parties” list for the PMGCAC, contact the ICC Secretariat, Fred Grable.

See Council Policy 31 "Code Action Committees" for the scope of each of the CAC's.

Committee Document(s)

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For archives on the past PMGCAC work, click here.

Developing Individuals and Organizations

IgCC Developed by:


Members of the Sustainable Building Technology Committee

Chair: Ravi Shah, ICC Board of Directors, Director of Urban Development, City of Carrolton, Texas

Vice Chair: Chris Green, AIA, LEED AP Representing AIA, President, AGO Studios, Inc. , Avon, Colorado


Committee Members:

Dennis A. Andrejko, FAIA
Representing AIA
Associate Professor of Architecture
University at Buffalo, Department of Architecture
Buffalo, NY


Jack Bailey, IES, LC, LEED AP
Representing International Association of
Lighting Designers
Partner, One Lux Studio, LLC
New York, NY


Peter K. Bruck, LEED AP, MA
Sustainability Program Manager
U.S. General Services Administration – Region 10
Seattle, WA


David C. Conover
Senior Technical Advisor/S&E V
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Washington, DC


David Eisenberg
Executive Director
Development Center for Appropriate Technology
Tucson, AZ


Anthony C. Floyd, AIA, LEED AP
Green Building Program Manager
City of Scottsdale, AZ


Sam Francis
Northeast Regional Manager, Building Codes &
American Forest & Paper Association
West Grove, PA


Holly Gerberding, FAIA
Coordinating Architect
Chicago Department of General Services
Chicago, IL


Josh R. Greenfield, PE, LEED AP
Senior Associate
Primera Engineers Ltd.
Chicago, IL


Maureen Guttman, AIA
Executive Director, Governor’s Green
Government Council
Pennsylvania Department of Environment Protection
Harrisburg, PA


Jonathan Humble, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Regional Director
American Iron and Steel Institute
West Hartford, CT


Ron Jones
Green Builder, LLC

Eastsound, WA


Stephen Kanipe, CBO, LEED AP
Chief Building Official
City of Aspen, CO

Medard Kopczynski, CBO
Assistant City Manager
City of Keene, NH


Carol Marriott, P. Eng.
Representing ASHRAE
Carol Marriott Consulting, LLC
Minneapolis, MN


R. Christopher Mathis, SMArchS
Representing ASTM-International
M C 2 Mathis Consulting
Asheville, NC


Dennis McCabe
Superindent of Building Department – Planning Director
Village of East Rockaway, NY


Ted Miltiades
Director,Office of Construction Codes
Georgia Department of Community Affairs
Atlanta, GA


Richard C. Morgan, PMP
Austin Energy Green Building Manager
Austin Energy/City of Austin, TX


Brendan Owens, PE, LEED AP
Vice President, LEED Technical Department
U.S. Green Building Council
Washington, DC


Stephen S. Szoke, PE
Director, Codes and Standards
Portland Cement Association
Skokie, IL


David Walls
Executive Director
California Building Standards Commission
Sacramento, CA


Robert Weber, PE, CBO
R. D. Weber & Associates, Inc.
Las Vegas, NV


Joseph D. Wendler, PE
Project Engineering Manager, Standards and Certification
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
New York, NY


Robert (Robin) White, LEED AP
Product Manager, Marketing Retail Sales and Development
Alabama Power Company
Birmingham, AL


A. Vernon Woodworth, AIA
Representing AIA
Associate Principal
R.W. Sullivan, Inc.
Boston, MA


Content Developed with the Research and Input of

Work Group Participants and Public Meeting Attendees, including


Accelerated Building Technologies, ACH&RI, Acuity Brands Lighting, Air-Conditioning Heating and Refrigeration Institute, AIA California Council, AIA COTE, AIA COTE Denver, AIA Illinois, AIA/State of Wisconsin, AIM LLC, Alliance for Water Efficiency, American Coatings Association, American Gas Association, American Society of Landscape Architects, American Wood Council, Anderson Corporation, Arby’s Restaurant Group, Arcon Services Inc., Asphalt Roofing Manufactures Association, ASC, American Society for Healthcare Engineering, Barb Grady, BASF, Building Officials Association of Florida, Brick Industry Association, Broan/Nutone, Brown Chamblis, Building Quality, Cardinal Glass, CCCIA, CCICC, CES, City of Golden, City of Houston, City of Southfield, City of Waco, Colorado Code Consulting LLC, Construction Testing and Engineering, Davidson Code Concepts/NASFM, DuPont, Edison Electric Institute, Energy Systems Lab-Texas A&M, Fire Safety, Florida Natural Gas Association, Full Service Green, Gas Technology Institute, Georgia Pacific, Green Building Initiative, Greenguard, Gypsum Association, Hearth Patio & BBQ Association/PFI, IAEI, Institute for Business and Home Safety, Institute for Market Transformation, Intech Consulting, Intercode Inc., International Association of Fire Chiefs, International Log Builders Association, ISO, Jeld-Wen Inc., K. Hovnanian, The Kellen Company, Keystone DCM, Koch Hazard Associates, Lutron Electronics, Laclede Gas Company, Martin Hammer Architect, Masonry Alliance for Codes & Standards, Massachusetts Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Mathis Consulting, MMLP Ltd., National Association of Homebuilders, NAIMA, National Propane Gas Association, New Buildings Institute, NFSA, NOVA Chemicals, Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP, Osram Sylvania Lighting, Pacific Gas and Electric, Page Southerland Page, Piedmont Natural Gas, Plastics Piping Consultants, Plastic Pipe and Fittings Association, Plumbing Manufactures Institute, PRB Connect, Rainfilters of Texas LLC, RCI Inc., Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute, Schneider Electric, SEDAC/BRC UIUC, Sheet Metal and Air-Conditioning Contractors National Association, Siemens, Spiezle Architecture Group, Single Ply Roofing Industry, Starbucks, Steel Framing Alliance, Target, Texas A&M University – College of Architecture, Texas Energy Systems Laboratory, Texas Legislative Service, The Athena Institute, The Green Building Initiative, The Preview Group, Tile Council of North America, TSA Codes & Standards Commission, Underwriters Laboratory, United Technologies Corporation (UTC-Carrier and UTC-Power), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. General Services Administration, USG Corporation, U.S. Green Building Council, Velux, Watt Stopper, Window and Door Manufacturers Association


ICC Project Staff


Project Managers 

Tom Frost, AIA — Senior Vice President

Mike Pfeiffer, PE — Deputy Senior Vice President


Staff Secretariats

Allan Bilka, RA — Senior Staff Architect

Gregg Gress — Senior Technical Staff

John Battles — Director of Technical Assistance, Architectural & Engineering Services

Kermit Robinson, CBO — Senior Technical Staff

ICC Committee Application

The following are Word and PDF versions. Instructions for filling out the application and the submittal process are included in the application. Be sure to review the "Call for Committees" information to view the specific calls and their respective application deadlines.

Membership Council Governing Committees

Codes Committees

Standards Committees

Professional Development Council (PDC)

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PMG Membership Council

The PMG Membership Council is open to all ICC Members and serves the needs of PMG officials and industry professionals. The purpose of the Council is to advocate for concerns and issues that are of particular interest to plumbing, mechanical, fuel gas, pool and spa professionals.   As a Member of the Council, you'll have an opportunity to discuss issues that you face as a community and how ICC might best serve you.

If you're looking to get more involved in the plumbing, mechanical, fuel gas, and swimming pool community and influence the direction of ICC, enroll in the PMG Membership Council today. Simply fill out the enrollment form, and ICC will be in touch with more details. The Governing Committee serves to actively engage Members in discussions about priorities and opportunities for the direction of the Council.

Become a PMG Trainer for the Code Council

The Code Council is looking for PMG experts to become trainers for The Learning Center. If you’re are a PMG expert with IPC and UPC experience who is  willing to help jurisdictions transition from another code to ours, apply here.

Upcoming Meeting

The PMG Membership Council meets on a bimonthly schedule.

The next meeting of the PMG Membership Council is scheduled for Tuesday June 29, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. ET using Microsoft Teams. All PMGMC Members and other ICC members interested in the PMGMC are invited to participate.

If you would like to be added to the agenda or mailing list for future meetings and PMGMC updates, please contact Jim Cika at

For more information, see the meeting notice and agenda, which will be posted on the documents page prior to the meeting.

Events Calendar

Current Membership Council events.

2019 PMG Roundtable

The Code Council hosted a PMG Roundtable on April 27, 2019, in Albuquerque. N.M. See our wrap up of the event here..

PMG Product Catalog

A complete product catalog of comprehensive, coordinated, and contemporary codes that meet the needs of the plumbing, mechanical, and fuel gas industries.

PMG CodeNotes

Get your free copies of CodeNotes, sponsored by the PMG Membership Council, today!

PMG Videos

The PMG Membership Council is providing access to informative videos related to PMG activities.

High School Technical Training Program Toolkit

The High School Technical Training Program (HSTTP) is a flexible educational program that allows high schools or technical colleges to integrate trade curricula into its current curriculum to better provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of construction trades.  Learn more about the HSTTP toolkit.

Government Relations

Take a look at the Government Relations webpage to find useful information on PMG News, Adoptions, Federal, State, and Local activities, and educational material.

PMG Membership Council Partners


ABPA is an organization whose members have a common interest in protecting drinking water from contamination through cross-connections and is a partner of the PMG Membership Council.


ACCA helps contractors comply with building codes and is a partner of the PMG Membership Council.


Dedicated to the safety of pools, hot tubs, and spas to consumers.  Partner of the PMG Membership Council.


Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) advocates for water-efficient products meeting high safety and performance standards.


To make a Technical Inquiry regarding a SMACNA Standard, please visit our PMG Membership Council partner website.








Governing Committee of the PMG Membership Council

Richard Clark, Chair, City of Colleyville, TX
Bill Funk, Vice Chair, Cecil County Government, MD
Ron Anderson, Georgia Plumbers Trade Association Inc., Stockbridge, GA
Paul Antoine, Mobile County, AL
Ronald Braun, City of Kirkland, WA
Mark Fasel, Viega LLC, Indianapolis, IN
Kenneth Gregory, Pentair, Washington, UT
Randy Lee, City of Decatur, AL
Chip O’Neil, Holdrite Inc., Poway, CA
John Sedine
, Air Conditioning Contractors of America, Cedar Springs, MI
Mark Terzigni, Sheet Metal and Air-conditioning Contractors National Association, Chantilly, VA
Patrick Tomasino, State of Utah DFCM, Taylorsville, UT

Staff Liaison
Jim Cika, Director of PMG Resources, Government Relations (Southeast)

Staff Assistant Liaison
Gary Gauthier, Director of PMG Resources, Government Relations (Northeast)

Board Liaison
Alan Boswell, ICC Board of Directors
David Spencer, ICC Board of Directors

Questions about the Council? Contact Karla Higgs.

Chapters of the International Code Council


The Council is supported by over 375 Chapters spread throughout the country and around the world. Chapters are designated as Regional, State, Local, Professional, Student or Global depending on the geographical area they serve and the nature of their membership. Every ICC Chapter is different. Many Chapters focus on a particular discipline such as Building, Fire, Mechanical or Plumbing. Learn more about chapters, chapter responsibilities or how to become a chapter by reading the Council Policy.

Save the Date!
2018 Chapter Leadership Academy

On June 4-6, 2018, the Code Council will host its third annual Chapter Leadership Academy at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center in Denver, CO.  This exclusive event for ICC Chapter leaders focuses on management skills for ICC Chapters. Chapter leaders may use their annual Chapter benefit for either complimentary travel, hotel expenses and registration for the 2018 Chapter Leaders Academy or complimentary registration for the 2018 Annual Conference.



For New Chapters & Officers

ICC Chapter Relations Introduces a New Format for Our Chapter Officer Orientation Information

In order to ensure that all Chapter officers, new and existing, have the most up-to-date information in the most convenient format, all Officer Orientation materials can now be found online. In the past, presidents of new Chapters received a large binder with orientation information. Unfortunately, these paper copies quickly became out-of-date or the binders were lost as one Chapter President succeeded another.

With this new online format, all Chapter officers (not just the president) can easily access the latest news and information. Just click here and you'll see all the links you need to complete your Annual Report, set up a Chapter Education Benefit Day, contact your Chapter's Staff Liaison, and much more.

We're interested in your feedback. Let us know what you think of this new Orientation area. Did you need information you couldn't find? Does any of the information need to be more clear? Tell us about it. Or just drop us a line to let us know you like the new format! Email or call Karla Price Higgs, Vice President, Member Services at 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233) ext. 5268.

Chapter Forms

The Online Chapter Annual Report and the Online Chapter Meeting Request forms are now located in each Chapter's individual My Chapters area. By completing these forms in your My Chapters area they will be immediately acknowledged and become a permanent record in your Chapter profile. All Officers currently associated with a Chapter have access to this area. If you are not an officer or are having difficulty accessing your Chapter information, contact Chapter Relations. If you choose to download the form(s) below and submit manually (by fax, mail or email) please contact Chapter Relations to confirm receipt.

Chapter Benefits

Chapter Programs

Chapter Resources

Regional Chapters

Subscribe to BSJ Weekly

Subscribe to the Building Safety Journal Weekly, which includes information on Chapter activities.

Chapter News

Send us your Chapter news, events and photos. We will include them in the Building Safety Journal news portal. Submit Chapter news to




Code Development Process Deadlines

Be sure you know the upcoming Code Development Process deadlines. Read more.

Wallet Cards for ICC Members

Wallet cards are coming to all ICC members and certification holders!  Read more about the changes to the wallet cards.

New Travel Deals for ICC Members

As a Member of ICC you will receive up to 20% off the “Best Available Rate” at participating Wyndham Hotel locations when you travel. Learn more about this new money saving ICC Member benefit.

ICC Membership Councils

The ICC Board offers five discipline-specific Membership Councils that will each serve to take your ICC Membership and profession to the next level. The Building Official, PMG Official, Fire Service, Sustainability and Global Membership Councils provide places where you can come together and be more powerful forces shaping your ICC, your industry, your career, and your future. Share your expertise, voice, and vision with your peers  – Enroll Today!

Additional Benefit for ICC Members

International Code Council Members can receive 20 percent off of a new American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) membership. Visit the ASPE special offer membership page.

Join Today! New Members* Receive Valuable Products…Free!

ICC is dedicated to providing critical programs and services that can enhance your career, build your professional network and ensure your success in the industry. ICC Members receive free code opinions from our world class technical staff as well as exclusive member pricing and discounts on many products and services. From Individual to Governmental and Corporate membership categories, ICC offers a variety of membership types to best fit your career needs and goals. Click here to learn more.

Building Relationships with Our Valued Members

"The ICC has always provided a good solid foundation for model codes for today's construction industry. As a member, it has also given me an opportunity to save money, take advantage of its many valuable resources and has provided invaluable network opportunities. Renewing my ICC membership is easy and beneficial!"
Dave Cantrell, Chief Plumbing Inspector, Public Health-Seattle & King County, Seattle WA

Exclusive Member Benefits

ICC Members receive exclusive discounts on code books, technical publications, seminars, software, and more. Our valued Members also receive special offers from third party companies, including discounts on airfare, car rentals, and other valuable products and services. Visit our online store and also view the special Member offer page to learn more.

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to My ICC to access your Member Resources.

*Members returning to ICC within the past five years area considered reinstating Members, not new Members. Reinstated memberships are not eligible for the complimentary codes book(s) that new members receive upon joining. All other membership benefits will be reinstated. For more information on reinstating an ICC Membership click here.



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2011 Call for Committee

ICC Standards – Consensus Committee on Residential Construction in High Wind Regions

The ICC Standard for Residential Construction in High-Wind Regions (ICC 600) first published in 2008 will undergo a committee and public review process to determine whether the standard will be re-affirmed, revised, or withdrawn. The purpose of the ICC 600 standard is to establish the minimum requirements to safeguard the public health, safety and general welfare through design, construction and installation requirements for residential buildings sited in high-wind regions.Click here for the Consensus Committee Procedures.

At this time, ICC is accepting applications for members.  All current members of the Consensus Committee  on Residential Construction in High Wind Regions must reapply to be considered for appointment. Members are considered for appointment by the newly formed Codes and Standards Council with final approval resting with the ICC Board of Directors.  Click here for an application. The acronym in bold is to be used to identify the High Wind Consensus Committee on the application.

IS-RHW Consensus Committee Residential Construction in High Wind Regions

Committee travel not anticipated. This committee will conduct business via conference calls and email correspondence. If travel is required, ICC Governmental Member Representatives are authorized to travel at ICC’s expense when participating at standards development committee meetings. All others are responsible for funding their participation on this committee.

Staff: Ed Wirtschoreck; 1-888-ICC-SAFE (422-7233), ext. 4317

Term: Appointment through completion of the updated standard.

Application deadline: June 1, 2011