ICC Performance Code Resources

Useful Websites for Reimagining the ICC Performance Code

Following is a brief list of websites that provide access to a range of information and experiences with performance-based building codes (regulation) and design approaches.

This is just a start – we know there is a lot of good information out there – including guidance within jurisdictions. If you have links that you think we should add, please let us know! While our aim is to point to freely available resources, we also provide a brief list of professional associations and others that have ‘for purchase’ documents.

Performance-Based Building Codes (Regulations)

The purpose of the Inter-jurisdictional Regulatory Collaboration Committee (IRCC) is to promote effective international collaboration concerning "best practice" building regulatory systems, in particular those that are functional, objective, or performance-based. This purpose necessitates interaction with bodies having compatible interests worldwide.

There are currently some 20 organizations from 17 countries represented in the IRCC.  From the "About Us" page on the IRCC website, you can find links to the websites of the participating entities.

In addition, under the "Documents" tab, you can find a number of summary reports, articles and other publications, largely pertaining to performance-based building regulatory systems. These documents are free to download.  These include the seminal 1998 document, Guidelines for the introduction of Performance Based Building Regulations, which served as a resource for many countries who embarked upon performance-based codes from the late 1990s onward, and the 2010 document, Performance-Based Building Regulatory Systems - Principles and Experiences, which provided context on the development and scope of performance-based building codes at the time.

Building Performance

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) offers a range of publications on building performance and sustainability and more. Their Commitment to the Architecture 2030 Challenge  aims to achieve better performing buildings that are carbon neutral by 2030. They aim for more use of performance-based design of buildings as well.

The mission of the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) is to serve the public interest by advancing building science and technology to improve the built environment.  NIBS is active in construction issues, disaster resilience, and high-performing buildings, among other areas. With respect to high-performing buildings, NIBS and AIA collaborate on the development of the Building Research Information Knowledgebase (BRIK), an interactive portal to support incorporation of multidisciplinary research in the design, construction and operation of high-performance buildings.

Energy Performance

The U.S. Department of Energy  provides information on a number of energy performance and energy technology issues. Publications can be found based around specific focal areas, such as energy efficiency and renewables.

Fire Performance

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) provides free-to-view access to their wide selection of codes and standards, many of which include performance-based options. The NFPA also provides access to free data and research reports on fire topics including fire and sustainability interactions in a number of areas (e.g., PVS, ESS, EVs, etc.)

Performance-Based Analysis and Design Research

The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) conducts and supports research in a variety of building performance areas, including energy / high-performance buildings, fire performance of buildings, structural performance of buildings, and resilient buildings and communities.  Publications on NIST research can be found through their publications site.

Internationally, there are numerous research institutions which conduct and support building performance research. We note just a few here where publications are freely available.

Also, universities across the U.S. and around the world publish research reports, PhD and MS theses, and other such research documents.

Performance Analysis, Design Standards and Guidelines
(purchase may be required)

Several professional societies and associations publish performance-based design standards or guidance. Many of these are only available for purchase. We list a few US-based entities below.

More Performance Code Resources and Activities

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Online Resources
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Useful Websites

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.

Reimagining the ICC Performance Code

Reimagining the ICC Performance Code

Performance-based design has both advanced and grown in popularity over the past few decades, and many countries have successfully embraced performance-, objective- and function-based building regulations.

In order to provide a modern, updated International Code-based option available to those interested in an updated performance-based code, the International Code Council is embarking on a process to rethink the ICC Performance Code for Buildings and Facilities (ICCPC), a code that was first developed in the 1996–2000 code cycle and has had very few revisions since.

With the help of Meacham Associates, we are seeking to understand current thinking and perspectives across numerous disciplines about how performance-based approaches are viewed, what can and should be done to make them more robust to achieve a high level of confidence in the code, design approaches, tools, methods and data, designs that are developed.

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Stage 1: Undertake broad sector-wide surveys and targeted workshops among stakeholders, including those currently using performance-based codes and those interested in having more performance-driven options in building codes.

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Stage 2: Develop an outline of the essential components of a modernized performance code that embodies current thinking in the U.S., global experiences and best practices, existing and emerging societal expectations for building performance, and existing and emerging data, tools, methods, materials and systems.

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Stage 3: Recommend changes to improve and modernize the ICCPC – which could be significant in terms of structure, approach and content – to increase the appeal of its use in jurisdictions around the world, including in the United States.

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2021 Supporting Documentation List

2021 Supporting Documentation List

2021 Group A Hearing Orders

2021 Committee Action Hearings (Group A Codes)

Hearing Orders

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IPMC HO Published 04/12/21 19 KB
IBC G HO Published 04/06/21 21 KB
IBC FS HO Published 04/06/21 22 KB
IBC E HO Published 04/06/21 21 KB
IFGC HO Published 04/06/21 19 KB
IPC HO Published 04/06/21 21 KB
IRC P HO Published 04/06/21 19 KB
IRC M HO Published 04/08/21 19 KB
IMC HO Published 04/06/21 21 KB
ISPSC HO Published 04/06/21 19 KB
IFC HO Published 04/09/21 26 KB

Updates to the Hearing Orders

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IPMC HO Updated 4 11 21 Published 04/12/21 19 KB
IBC G HO Updated 4 15 21 1pm Published 04/15/21 24 KB
IBC FS HO 4 17 21 6pm Published 04/17/21 23 KB
IBC E HO 4 21 21 9am Published 04/21/21 22 KB
IPC HO Updated 4 26 21 9pm Published 04/26/21 22 KB
IRC P HO Updated 4 27 21 Published 04/27/21 19 KB
IRC M HO 4 27 21 2PM Published 04/27/21 19 KB
IMC HO 4 29 21 (11AM) Published 04/29/21 21 KB
ISPSC HO 4 29 21 4 29 21 (3PM) Published 04/29/21 19 KB
IFC HO 5 4 21 (1pm) Published 05/04/21 29 KB

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 &
Standards
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
Owner
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
Owner
Carol Marriott Consulting, LLC
Minneapolis, MN

 

R. Christopher Mathis, SMArchS
Representing ASTM-International
President
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
President
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

2021 / 2022 Code Development: Group A

News

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. Note that the Report of Committee Action Hearings is scheduled to be posted May 24th.

 

Below are the hearing dates for the 2021 Group A Cycle:

  • 2021 Committee Action Hearing to be held virtually: April 11-21, 2021 and April 25-May 5, 2021
  • 2021 Public Comment Hearing: September 21-28, 2021 (revised from originally scheduled September 22 – 29)

 

The Code Change Agenda, Report of the Committee Action Hearing, and the Public Comment Agenda for the 2021 Group A Code Change cycle will be posted below.

Note that the on-line versions are PDF files that contain three new features:

  • Highlighting and commenting (using Adobe Reader)
  • Adobe search
  • Bookmarks

The files are also designed for quicker downloads.

Group A - Proposed Changes to the 2021 Editions

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2021 Group A Complete Proposed Changes Published 03/01/21 25598 KB
2021 GROUP A CONSOLIDATED MONOGRAPH UPDATES Updated 4-02-2021 Published 04/02/21 1055 KB
Introduction Published 03/01/21 625 KB
IBC Egress Published 03/01/21 6104 KB
IBC General Published 03/01/21 4011 KB
IBC Fire Safety Published 03/01/21 2750 KB
IBC Structural Published 03/01/21 1109 KB
ICCPC Published 03/01/21 1130 KB
IFC Published 03/01/21 6292 KB
IFGC Published 03/01/21 850 KB
IMC Published 03/01/21 2316 KB
IPC Published 03/01/21 2052 KB
IPMC Published 03/01/21 1014 KB
IPSDC Published 03/01/21 835 KB
IRC Mechanical Published 03/01/21 1090 KB
IRC Plumbing Published 03/01/21 876 KB
ISPSC Published 03/01/21 1353 KB
IWUIC Published 03/01/21 1749 KB
IZC Published 03/01/21 870 KB
CCC Published 03/01/21 862 KB

Current Code Development Cycle

News

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 May 24, 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
WEB POSTING OF “PUBLIC COMMENT AGENDA”
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
ONLINE GOVERNMENTAL CONSENUS VOTE (OGCV) Approx 2 weeks after the last day of the PCH
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, IECC-C, IECC-R/IRC-E, IgCC (Ch. 1),
IRC – B
DEADLINE FOR cdpACCESS ONLINE RECEIPT OF CODE CHANGE PROPOSALS January 10, 2022
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF NEW STANDARDS
COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING (CAH) SCHEDULE
WEB POSTING OF “PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE I-CODES” Scheduled: February 23, 2022
PROPOSED NEW STANDARDS ANALYSES
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
WEB POSTING OF “REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING” Scheduled: May 9, 2022
UPDATES TO THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ACTION HEARING
DEADLINE FOR cdpACCESS ONLINE RECEIPT OF PUBLIC COMMENTS June 20, 2022
PUBLIC COMMENT HEARING (PCH) SCHEDULE
WEB POSTING OF “PUBLIC COMMENT AGENDA”
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
ONLINE GOVERNMENTAL CONSENUS VOTE (OGCV) Approximately 2 weeks after the last day of the PCH
UNOFFICIAL OGCV RESULTS Approximately 2 weeks after the conclusion of the OGCV
WEB POSTING OF FINAL ACTION GROUP B RESULTS, INCLUDING OGCV VOTING
RESULTS
Following Validation Committee certification of OGCV and ICC Board
confirmation.

IECC: 2024 and Beyond

Important News

News & Updates

For over three decades, the International Code Council has developed an energy code that has reduced the impact of energy use on our planet and saved consumers billions of dollars on their energy bills. From 2006 to 2021, the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) increased its efficiency requirements by about 40%, or an average of 8% a cycle. Even with the consistent progress of the IECC, many stakeholders, including code officials, have expressed concern about the IECC development process and the outcomes over the past decade. Following the recommendations from the Appeals Board and the Board Committee on the Long-Term Code Development Process (Blue Ribbon Committee), in December 2020 the Code Council Board put forward a framework for the updating of the IECC and Ch. 11 of the International Residential Code (IRC) using the ICC standards process, subject to stakeholder input and final approval by the ICC Board of Directors.

During the public comment period in December 2020 and January 2021, the Code Council Board received a number of written comments and verbal testimony related to the IECC. Click on “Written Comments” below to view the written submissions. The board is reviewing all the commentary and will meet again in a few weeks to continue deliberations. No decision has been made yet.

Related Resources

Please direct all questions to Mike Pfeiffer, Senior Vice President of Technical Services, at mpfeiffer@iccsafe.org.