Off-Site/Modular Construction Code Updates


New Hampshire – Durham’s relevant adopted code
August 31, 2022

Pursuant to Saf-C 3303.03 Local Building Requirements, Durham’s relevant adopted code is more restrictive than the code and rules set forth in Saf-C 3303.01 and Saf-C 3303.02.

View the certified copy of the relevant code adopted through local ordinance: (Read More..)

South Carolina Adoption of Mandatory Codes
August 30, 2022

On October 6, 2021, the South Carolina Building Codes Council adopted the latest editions of the mandatory codes and appendices with modifications, as referenced in S.C. Code Ann. §6-9-50 (1976, as amended), to be enforced by all municipalities and counties in South Carolina. The Council established the implementation date for local jurisdictions as January 1, 2023. (Read More..)

Washington Extending Emergency Rule
August 30, 2022

Washington LP Approval Emergency Ruling EXTENDED

Please be advised that Washington L&I has extended the emergency ruling and it will now expire on December 14, 2022. An email from L&I stated the extension was not sent, but it is addressed on the website. (Read More..)

New Hampshire State Building Code – 2018 Update
July 29, 2022

HB 1681 was signed into law on July 1, 2022, which updated the state building codes. The bill was effective immediately upon signing. There is a six-month grace period (July 1, 2022 – December 31, 2022) for building permits to allow projects in the queue to follow the 2015 or 2018 ICC codes. (Read More..)

HUD’s Office of Manufactured Housing Programs has issued Renewals for Industry-wide AC Letters
July 26, 2022

Renewals Issued for Industry-wide AC Letters for Windows (20-IW1-AC), 25-Amp Circuit Breakers (20-IW2-AC) and Exterior Doors (21-IW1-AC) (Read More..)

Montana has updated their building codes to the 2021 I-Codes
July 25, 2022

Notice: Montana has updated their building codes to the 2021 I-Codes. See a complete list of code changes. (Read More..)

Possible amendments to rules governing the Minnesota Residential Energy Code
July 21, 2022

Possible amendments to rules governing the Minnesota Residential Energy Code Chapter 1322, Minnesota Residential Energy Code. The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry will conduct a public hearing at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022, via Webex, for the purposes of taking public comment and testimony regarding the appropriateness of amending the existing (Read More..)