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Combining services and resources of ICC and SRCC should help building safety professionals, manufacturers, and installers.
Advances in building envelope technology are helping to drive the market, according to Navigant Research Report.
The “typical” code professional is older, works at the local level as a jurisdiction employee, and has 20 to 30 years of experience.
Forty years ago, the United States Congress authorized the establishment of the National Institute of Building Sciences when President Gerald Ford signed the Housing and Community Development Act into law on August 22, 1974.
Whoever said some things only get better with age probably was not a facility manager.
The 2015 International Codes support resiliency, safety, innovation, and affordability in the built environment.
Theme for Building Safety Month Week Three urges code officials to “Surround Your Buildings with Safety” by taking special precautions to ensure outdoor areas are safe.
Outcome-based path would focus on a building’s energy performance during operation.
IFMA President and CEO Tony Keane explains, “With the passage of the Federal Building Personnel Training Act, the U.S. federal government acknowledged for the first time in code the critical role of facility management (FM).”
Officials explain how code compliance, working smoke, and carbon monoxide alarms are key to saving lives.