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August 26 North Carolina Building Code Council

North Carolina Building Code Council Meeting Notice

The NC Building Code Council [NCBBC] has its sights set on changing the current 3- year code adoption process to a 6-year code adoption process for the commercial codes; just the same as recently experienced with regards to the residential codes in House Bill 120 legislation. The NC Building Code Council has scheduled a meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina where it is expected that the Chair of the NCBBC will put forth a proposal to a 6-year code adoption cycle. Again, it is vital that we join together to block this motion because this motion, if it passes will require all commercial codes; building, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical codes to move from a 3 year to a 6 year code adoption cycle aligning itself with the recently passed residential code legislation. I urge you to attend this important building code council meeting to show your opposition towards this motion and to let your opposition be expressed to the council. North Carolina citizens deserve the most up to date building codes to continue to keep the state in the forefront of electrical safety to ensure the well being of all citizens in the state.

Meeting Notice/Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Meeting: NC Building Code Council
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Place: NCSU McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman Street, Raleigh, NC

For more information please contact: Paul W. Abernathy: Paul.Abernathy@nema.org


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