North Carolina board recommends switch to six-year code update cycle

In a nine to six vote, the North Carolina State Building Code Council on March 11 approved moving the commercial building code (except for the electrical code) to a six-year cycle for updating instead of a three-year cycle. The electrical code will continue to be updated every three years, with the remainder of the commercial code mirroring the six-year residential code update approved last year.

(http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/north-carolinas-commercial-building-code-moves-to-six-year-cycle-249707441.html)

 

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