January 27 - January 31, 2014

Some building professionals complain that building codes are revised too often. How often should codes be revised for significant building or energy-efficient practices?


Answers Votes
No more than every three years 33%
No more than every five years 33%
As often as the local authority deems necessary 29%
No more than every 10 years 5%


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Tagged categories: Building codes; Good Technical Practice
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