The NHHBA is a member of the International Code Council (ICC).
The mission of the ICC is to promulgate a comprehensive and compatible regulatory system for the built environment, through consistent performance-based regulations that are effective, efficient and meet government, industry and public needs.
In 2006 New Hampshire adopted the IRC 2000 as the state-wide residential building code for one and two family dwellings. Since that time the State Building Code (including the Energy Code) has been updated to the 2015 codes. 2015 IRC Update
NHHBA has a copy of the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC) book in a loose leaf binder format available to members for reference.
New Hampshire Building Code Review Board (BCRB) – By statute the NHHBA has a seat on the BCRB.
The State Building Code Review Board is charged with the responsibility for reviewing and recommending to the legislature any adoption of codes in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Building Officials Association
Attached is a PowerPoint presentation provided by the NH Building Code Officials outlining the significant changes in the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC). Click Here