Model energy codes add thousands to cost of new apartment construction, study says

New energy codes could add thousands of dollars to the construction costs of each individual apartment residence in a multifamily building, according to new research commissioned by the National Multi-Housing Council and the National Apartment Association.

April 05, 2012

New energy codes could add thousands of dollars to the construction costs of each individual apartment residence in a multifamily building, according to new research commissioned by the National Multi-Housing Council and the National Apartment Association.

The research examines the costs of adopting the 2009 and the just-released 2012 International Energy Conservation Code. View the full report online at www.nmhc.org/goto/IECC-Study.

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