The International Code Council is currently accepting applications for the following Codes & Standards Committees:
2009/2010 International Code Committees.
International Code Committees are an instrumental part of the ICC Code Development Process. There are currently 15 Code Committees, responsible for the review and evaluation of code change proposals submitted to the 13 International Codes. The Code Committees for the 2009/2010 Code Development Cycle will hear the code change proposals at the 2009 Code Development Hearing during the period of October 24-November 11, 2009.
At this time, ICC is receiving applications for new members. International Code Committee members are considered for appointment by the applicable International Building, Fire, and Plumbing/Mechanical/Gas Code Councils with final approval resting with the ICC Board of Directors. 2007/2008 Code Committee members whose term expires June 30, 2009, must reapply to be considered for re-appointment. Click here for the Code Development Procedures.
- IBC-FS International Building Code – Fire Safety Committee
- IBC-G International Building Code – General Committee
- IBC-E International Building Code – Means of Egress Committee
- IBC-S International Building Code – Structural Committee
- IECC International Energy Conservation Code Committee
- IEBC International Existing Building Code Committee
- IFC International Fire Code Committee (includes International Wildland Urban Interface Code)
- IFGC International Fuel Gas Code Committee
- IMC International Mechanical Code Committee
- ICC-PC ICC Performance Code Committee
- IPC International Plumbing Code Committee (includes International Private Sewage Disposal Code)
- IPM/ZC International Property Maintenance/Zoning Code Committee
- IRC-BE International Residential Code – Building & Energy Committee
- IRC-MP International Residential Code – Mechanical & Plumbing Committee
- IADMIN* Administrative Provisions for all I-Codes except the IRC (multi-discipline committee)
*IADMIN. New for the 2009/2010 cycle, the ICC Board established a single, separate multi-discipline code committee to consider all code changes submitted to the administrative provisions of all the I-Codes with the exception of the IRC.
Travel required and members of ICC Code Committees are authorized to travel at ICC’s expense when participating at the Code Development Hearings.
Term: 18 months, July 1, 2009 – December 31, 2010.
Staff: Mike Pfeiffer; 1-888-ICC-SAFE (422-7233), ext. 4338.
Application deadline: January 2, 2009
2009/2010 Code Interpretation Committees
The purpose of the ICC Interpretation Committees is to provide technical support for adopting jurisdictions by processing official interpretations for the International Codes. Committee Interpretations represent the official position of the International Code Council but in all cases, the final authority on matters of interpretation is the code official. There are currently 5 ICC Interpretation Committees.
At this time, ICC is receiving applications for new members. Code Interpretation Committee members are considered for appointment by the applicable International Building, Fire, and Plumbing/Mechanical/Gas Code Councils with final approval resting with the ICC Board of Directors. 2007/2008 Code Interpretations Committee members whose term expires June 30, 2009, must reapply to be considered for re-appointment. Click here for the Committee Interpretations on International Code Provisions.
- BCIC Building Code Interpretations Committee
- ECIC Energy Conservation, Existing Building, Property Maintenance, Zoning Code Interpretations Committee
- FCIC Fire, Performance, Wildland-Urban Interface Code Interpretations Committee
- FGCIC Fuel Gas, Mechanical, Plumbing, Private Sewage Code Interpretations Committee
- RCIC Residential Code Interpretations Committee
Committee travel not anticipated. The Interpretation committees conduct business via conference calls and email correspondence. Term: 18 months, July 1, 2009 – December 31, 2010.
Staff: Roddy Barrett; 1-888-ICC-SAFE (422-7233), ext. 5240.
Application deadline: January 2, 2009