Content related to ‘Building-Codes’
Research suggests alternative courses of action, including the possible development of a more accurate test, the use of different flame retardant chemicals, and a range of options for mitigating the impact of the flame retardants currently used.
HR 2065 would require homeless veterans’ facilities to be code compliant.
Week four of Building Safety Month—the International Code Council’s educational public safety campaign—focuses on energy and green buildings.
Building Safety Month—the International Code Council’s educational public safety campaign—focuses on saving lives during high-wind events.
Week two of Building Safety Month focuses on disaster safety and mitigation.
Presented by TFM and NEMA’s enLIGHTen America Initiative, this February 14 webinar focused on energy and green codes for lighting controls. Three experts from NEMA member companies discussed technologies and strategies, how the codes figure in, and the results that can be achieved.
This compilation of codes and standards relating to the built environment is intended to serve as a resource when educating the industry, government, and the public about the regulations and referenced documents that are used when constructing buildings and facilities. Comments are due March 8, 2013.
While the importance of building energy performance metrics to reduce energy use is accepted worldwide, there is no single generally accepted definition of that metric. Consequently, ASHRAE is working to define one clear, logical metric to move the building industry toward producing net zero energy buildings by 2030.
The newly passed Highway Construction and National Flood Insurance Reform Bill (HR 4348) bill orders a study on the impact of codes on flood plain management.
California’s 2013 Building Energy Efficiency Standards are 30% more efficient than previous standards for non-residential construction.