Funding also provided to train code officials and the construction industry in the latest codes.
Issued by the Alliance for National and Community Resilience, these benchmarks help U.S. communities prepare for disasters.
Over the past few years there has been considerable discussion and commentary about public access to adopted codes and standards, and about the tension between copyright interest and the growing public expectation that everything should be available for free online.
The second in-person, public meeting of the Multi-Hazard Resiliency for Residential Construction Standards Committee was held Dec. 2-4, 2019, in in Richburg, S.C.
Workshop in Barbados brings together construction standards developers, implementers and financing agencies to promote resilience through the implementation of modern building codes.