Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. IECC articles below.
In December 2019, voting results on the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) were announced. Currently, there are challenges being raised to the voting results, in three specific areas.
A new solar readiness ordinance is the first piece of climate legislation passed by the city as a participant of the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge.
The proposed code by Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) would require new commercial and high-rise residential buildings to facilitate installation of future electric vehicle charging.
The CD50CE and TED50CE critical environment dampers combine the strength of stainless steel and protection of anodized aluminum to combat saltwater elements.
Projects at existing facilities require specific considerations to meet IECC 2012 requirements.
IMT, CEIR and PIMA issue energy code brochure to assist facility managers with reroofing projects and compliance with IECC codes.
Revisions to codes and standards impact lighting control systems, while continued developments in LED lighting serve facility management needs.
An air curtain (or "air door") employs a stream of air to create an air seal, separating different environments while allowing traffic flow.
Building officials from across the nation voted to support gains in the energy efficiency of building energy codes at the Final Action Hearings for the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC).
Free digital copies (registration required) of the International Council’s 2009 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) are now available.