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Building code review open to public

By Adam Freill   

Construction Green Construction Health & Safety

Feedback on proposed changes to the 2020 codes will help shape the 2025 National Model Building, Fire, Plumbing and Energy Codes.

Courtesy of National Research Council of CanadaThe Canadian Board for Harmonized Construction Codes (CBHCC) is inviting the public to take part in the fourth public review of proposed changes to the 2020 editions of the National Model Codes. Currently underway, the public review period will run until April 29, 2024. Anyone interested in participating in the review can access the proposed changes on the CBHCC’s website and provide feedback.

The CBHCC explained that the public review is an opportunity for all Canadians to participate in the code development process, and the organization encourages anyone interested to review and provide feedback on the changes being considered. More information about the code development process can be found on the CBHCC website: https://cbhcc-cchcc.ca/en/code-development-process/

Following the public review, all comments will be considered by the relevant code development committees, and recommendations on the proposed changes will be made to the CBHCC. If approved, any changes will be included in the 2025 editions of the National Model Codes.





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