The review will run from November 7, 2018 to January 4, 2019 on the Codes Canada webpage.
Category: Construction Codes
The NZER project will support significant updates to building codes to improve the energy efficiency of buildings. The work being done supports the development of best practices, new building standards and the development of energy-efficient technologies.
The Conference Board of Canada estimates that the work of the CCMC protects the health and safety of more than 3.3 million Canadians each year, generating $3.8 billion in Gross Domestic Product, and supporting 32,000 Canadian jobs.
New Illustrated User’s Guide – NBC 2015: Part 9 of Division B, Housing and Small Buildings, now available!
The new guide focuses on housing and small buildings and features hundreds of updated illustrations that are more consistent with common architectural rendering and more easily understood.
The 2017 edition of the NECB is an important step toward Canada’s goal for new buildings, as presented in the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change. To help prepare Canadians, NRC and NRCan are giving Canadians free online access to the NECB 2017.
The Canadian Commission on Building and Fires Codes (CCBFC) recently approved the formation of a new Standing Committee on Energy Efficiency. The committee will focus on the development of progressive energy efficiency targets (tiers) for houses and buildings
The CCBFC is in the process of finalizing a policy paper on accessibility. Organizations involved in accessibility issues are invited to review the paper, which should be ready for external review by mid-June 2018.
Revisions and errata will soon be issued to Code users who purchased the printed and electronic versions of the 2015 Codes.
Available now, the Housing Research Summary for 2017 features Construction Research and Codes Canada activities highlights.
Codes Canada publications are now available in mobile and tablet friendly eBook format.