The National Research Council’s High Performance Building program offers integrated solutions and services from prototype to market acceptance.
The National Research Council’s Building Regulations for Market Access program offers integrated solutions and services to design and build better buildings.
The NRC’s High Performance Building program offers integrated solutions and services from prototype to market acceptance.
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.
Available now, the Housing Research Summary for 2017 features Construction Research and Codes Canada activities highlights.
Running from October 11 to December 9, 2016, the first public review of the 2015 Codes will focus primarily on proposed changes to the 2015 editions of the NECB and the NPC.
Errata Package #1 can be downloaded free of charge from the Alberta Municipal Affairs website.
Pre-register now for a Canada-wide series of seminars on the 2015 Codes. Participants will learn about many of the significant technical changes to Codes Canada publications.
The national model codes governing construction in Canada—the National Building Code, National Fire Code, National Plumbing Code and National Energy Code for Buildings—are now collectively called Codes Canada.
For over 75 years, the provinces, territories and the federal government have worked together in supporting an open collaborative process for developing model building, fire, plumbing and energy codes with the aim of harmonizing building and safety regulations across Canada.