Arizona Building Codes

Arizona Current Building Codes Arizona is a home rule state and does not have a mandatory statewide energy code. For a list of jurisdictional energy code adoptions, please click here. Current Commercial Code of Arizona Base Code Adoption: Arizona generally follows the 2018 International Codes for commercial construction, which includes: International Building Code (IBC) International Residential Code (IRC) International Mechanical Code (IMC) Additional related codes f...
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Oregon Current Building Codes

Oregon Energy Codes
Oregon building codes, rooted in the Oregon Residential Specialty Code and the Oregon Structural Specialty Code, are committed to enhancing energy efficiency in the state's buildings. These codes set standards for insulation, HVAC systems, lighting, and renewable energy integration, promoting sustainable construction practices and cost savings for Oregonians Read More: Los Angeles City Building Codes  Current Commercial Code of Oregon 2014 Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialty Code...
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District of Columbia

Current Commercial Code 2013 DC Construction Codes Based on the 2012 IECC and ASHRAE 90.1-2010 Passed 3/20/2014, effective 3/28/2014 Current Residential Code 2013 DC Construction Codes Based on the 2012 IECC with minor amendments Passed 3/20/2014, effective 3/28/2014 Green Code 2013 DC Green Construction Code, based on the 2012 International Green Construction Code (IgCC) as amended by the District of Columbia 2013 Green Construction Code Supplement Adopted 3/28/2014 Green Build...
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New Jersey Building Codes

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New Jersey building codes are a set of stringent regulations that govern all aspects of construction, ensuring safety, structural integrity, and energy efficiency in the state. From residential homes to commercial structures, these codes dictate everything from design and materials to inspections and permits. Staying well-versed in New Jersey's building codes is essential for architects, builders, and property owners to create secure and compliant structures. Current C...
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Minnesota Building Codes

Minnesota energy codes
Overview of the Minnesota Building Codes Minnesota’s building codes, derived from the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), are designed to enhance energy efficiency in buildings, while also prioritizing building safety as a key aspect of the Minnesota State Building Code. They set standards for insulation, HVAC systems, lighting, and more to reduce energy consumption and environmental impact, establishing construction standards for the construction industry and ensuring a leve...
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West Virginia Building Codes

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Current Commercial Code of West Virginia Based on the 2015 IBC and 2015 IECC Passed in 2016, effective since 2017 Current Residential Code West Virginia State Residential Code Based on the 2015 IRC Effective since 2016 This adoption provides the framework for all aspects of residential construction in West Virginia, including structural design, fire safety, energy efficiency, and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. The integration with the 2015 IRC aims to pr...
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Rhode Island Building Codes

Rhode Island building codes
Current Commercial Code SBC-8 State Energy Conservation Code Based on the 2019 IECC Effective August 1, 2019 Rhode Island's code adoption includes the commercial provisions of the 2019 IECC, aligning with the state's energy conservation initiatives. The state is also developing a commercial stretch code. Current Residential Code Current Residential Code SBC-2 State Building Code Based on the 2019 IRC and 2019 IECC Effective August 1, 2019 This adoption provides guideli...
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Colorado Building Codes

Colorado is a home rule state and does not have a mandatory statewide energy code. For a list of jurisdictional energy code adoptions, please click here. Current Commercial Code of Colorado No statewide code. Local jurisdictions independently adopt and enforce building codes suitable for their specific needs. Many municipalities, including Denver and Colorado Springs, have adopted the 2018 International Building Code (IBC) with local amendments. Boulder further extends these requirements...
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Vermont Building Codes

Current Commercial Code of Vermont 2020 Vermont Commercial Building Energy Standards (CBES): Adopted version of the IECC 2018. Amended to fit Vermont's specific requirements. Effective from September 1, 2020. These standards are aimed at improving the energy efficiency of commercial buildings through regulations on insulation, windows, heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) systems, and overall energy consumption. Current Residential Code 2020 Vermont Re...
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Nevada Building Codes

Nevada building codes set the standards for construction within the state, addressing factors like structural integrity, fire safety, and energy efficiency. These regulations help create secure and environmentally responsible buildings, ensuring the safety and well-being of residents and visitors alike. Compliance with Nevada's building codes is vital for architects, builders, and property owners to meet high construction standards in the Silver State. Current Commercial Code of Nevada ...
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