The ICC 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. Interested parties will be notified by email of standards activities related to IS-RHW, including committee meetings, sub-group meetings and the availability of standard development documentation. If you wish to be placed on the “interested parties” list for the development of this standard, contact the ICC Secretariat, IS-RHW.
Process initiated to update residential high wind standard
ICC is initiating the process to update ICC 600 Standard for Residential Construction in High-Wind Regions through an outreach program to engage the major material trade associations serving the residential construction industry as well as other stakeholders to assess current and future needs regarding resilient residential construction. For more information, contact Mike Pfeiffer, P.E., at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2014 edition of ICC 600 entitled: Standard for Residential Construction in High-Wind Regions, was approved by ANSI as an American National Standard on August 15, 2014, and is now available.
If you wish to be placed on the “interested party” list for the development of this standard, contact Karl Aittaniemi, Director of Standards. Interested parties will be notified by e-mail of standards activities related to the ICC 600 standard.