Inter-Jurisdictional Regulatory Collaboration Committee

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The purpose of the IRCC is to advance, at an international level, framework, guidance, and support documents on construction-related regulatory environment issues relative to the development, implementation, and support of performance-based regulatory systems. The focus of the IRCC is to identify the broad public policy, regulatory infrastructure, education, and technology issues related to managing the successful implementation and continuation of construction-related performance-based regulatory systems. The intent is to advance a common understanding of the international regulatory environment, to promote the exchange of information, and to facilitate a more open environment of inter-jurisidictional commerce in the areas of building design and construction. Performance-Based Building Regulatory Systems

Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB), Australia
Austrian Institute of Construction Engineering (OIB), Austria
Building and Construction Authority (BCA), Singapore
China Academy of Building Research (CABR), China
Department of Building and Housing (DBH), New Zealand
Institute for Research in Construction, National Research Council (NRC), Canada
International Code Council (ICC), USA
Ministry of Housing (MOH), Spain
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT), Japan
National Board of Housing, Building and Planning, (Boverket), Sweden
National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management (NILIM), Japan
Norwegian Building Authority (NBA), Norway
Scottish Government Directorate for the Built Environment (DBE), Scotland
Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF), Singapore




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