The International Code Council (ICC) brings a global standard to building code requirements and the Utah Chapter of ICC brings world-class education to its community of building officials/inspectors, contractors & permit technicians from across the state.
Duradek is proud to be a proponent of ongoing education for building professionals and Duradek of Utah’s Matt McClure will be at the Utah Chapter ICC 2015 Annual Business Meeting and Education Conference taking place from February 17th – 20th, 2015.
Matt McClure and Duradek have been an integral part of a few key projects in Utah that are changing the landscape of urban living by maximizing space and meeting the demand for increased residential outdoor living space. Matt was involved in some high profile projects such as Salt Lake City’s Broadway Parks Lofts project taken on by ClearWater Homes and the Rivercrossing Townhome Community in Logan, UT from DRD Property Development.
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Matt will present Utah Chapter ICC Conference attendees with a fun way of gaining waterproofing education and explain why Duradek is the better choice for sheet membrane waterproofing. Attendees will learn that Duradek is:
- ICC Tested and Approved (ICC-ESR2151) to AC39 (pedestrian traffic coating) and AC75 (thermoplastic membrane roofing & poly-vinyl chloride roofing).
- Can be successfully installed in almost any weather condition.
- Glued to almost any surface, even over cracks, with minimal surface preparation.
- Requires no regular maintenance except cleaning.
- Textured to provide slip-resistance, safe-footing.
- Completely waterproof and attractive.
- Long life expectance and can be re-coated in the future.
- Made in U.S.A.
- Local Support from design to build – Duradek of Utah
The Utah Chapter of ICC Mission Statement
“The Utah Chapter of the International Code Council is dedicated to promote public safety by providing education, training and support to its members. The Chapter will work hand in hand with industry and the public for the enhancement of professionalism and uniformity in code enforcement and administration, to improve the safety of building construction in the great state of Utah”
The History of ICC
ICC was established in 1994 as a non-profit organization dedicated to developing a single set of comprehensive and coordinated national model construction codes. The founders of ICC are:
- Building Officials and Code Administrators International, Inc. (BOCA)
- International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO)
- Southern Building Code Congress International, Inc. (SBCCI)
Since the early 1900’s, these non-profit organizations developed 3-separate sets of model codes used throughout the U.S. Although regional code development had been effective, the time came for a single set of codes and the three groups created the ICC; and by developing codes without regional limitations, the International Codes. They developed and inventory of comprehensive and coordinated International Codes including the International Building Code (along with 14 others).
- ICC offers unmatched technical, educational and informational products and services in support of the International Codes:
- Code Application Assistance
- Educational Programs
- Certification Programs
- Technical Handbooks and Workbooks
- Plan Review
- Automated Products
- Monthly Magazines and Newsletters
- Publication of Proposed Code Changes
- Training and Informational Videos
- Chapter Locations (350 global chapters)
ICC-ES Providing Peace of Mind to the Construction Industry
For decades, ICC-ES has been the industry leader in performing technical evaluations for code compliance, providing regulators and construction professionals with clear evidence that products comply with codes and standards. Having completed hundreds of evaluations of building products, component, methods and materials, ICC-ES has a proven track record of excellence in product evaluations and customer service. Code officials trust ICC-ES because they know ICC-ES:
- Is compliant to section 1703 of the International Building Code
- Has decades of experience in product evaluations
- Maintains a high quality of evaluation which provides peace of mind knowing they have approved products that comply with requirements of the codes.
- As a subsidiary of the ICC, uses the most up to date and comprehensive info about codes and standards.
To view Duradek’s ICC-ES Report (ESR-2151) along with other 3rd party product tests and evaluations to see how it meets the requirements of the 2012 IBC, visit the Duradek website Testing and Approvals pages.