Every three years, the International Code Council (ICC) revises its family of building codes. This year, the ICC is considering changes for the 2015 edition of its green building code—the International Green Construction Code (IgCC).
Pursuant to ICC’s traditional procedures, the first of two public hearings was held in late April in Memphis, Tenn. On the agenda were more than 550 proposals, many of which could have significant economic impact on the
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