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APEC Building Codes, Regulations, and Standards: Minimum, Mandatory and Green

APEC Building Codes, Regulations, and Standards: Minimum, Mandatory and Green

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#213-CT-01.8
YEAR
2013
PUBLISHED DATE
August 2013
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
PAGES
227
ACCESSED
10341

 

Individual Files

1. Executive Summary

2. APEC Economy Reports which seeks to detail:
- The approach to developing, adopting, administering and enforcing building codes.
- How existing codes establish minimums for key elements.
- Any existing “green” building codes.
- Protocols and mechanisms in place for monitoring, review, and assessment.



Description

This study was developed for the purpose of understanding how APEC member economies utilized building codes to increase building performance, aligning with the “green” goals of resource conservation and waste reduction. Building codes historically have been important policy tools for managing the safety, security, health, environment, and economy of the building sector.




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File size: 1982.25KB



INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

1. Executive Summary

2. APEC Economy Reports which seeks to detail:
- The approach to developing, adopting, administering and enforcing building codes.
- How existing codes establish minimums for key elements.
- Any existing “green” building codes.
- Protocols and mechanisms in place for monitoring, review, and assessment.


DESCRIPTIONS

Description

This study was developed for the purpose of understanding how APEC member economies utilized building codes to increase building performance, aligning with the “green” goals of resource conservation and waste reduction. Building codes historically have been important policy tools for managing the safety, security, health, environment, and economy of the building sector.

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File size: 1982.25KB


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Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance