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will undergo a committee and public review process to determine whether the standard will be re-affirmed, revised, or withdrawn.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