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SEAOSC Codes & Standards 

The mission of the SEAOSC Codes and Standards Committee is to:

  • Enhance and contribute to the code and standard development process
  • Provide a forum to monitor, research, and advocate for improving national consensus standards and model, state and/or local building codes
  • Improve coordination and cooperation with committee members and our partners in the development process

The charges of the SEAOSC Codes and Standards Committee are to:

  • Attend and monitor national and local code and standard committees that propose structural provisions affecting our membership
  • Develop and propose position or offer code change recommendations
  • Collaborate with national, local, or state governments or organizations and other SEAOSC and industry committees
  • Engage and inform the membership to participate in the committee activities and code development processes

Current Activity

  • 2022 ICC Code Development Cycle for the 2024 I-Codes – Group B
  • SFM California Existing Building Code (CEBC) Workgroup
  • ASCE 7-16 Supplement 3
  • Existing Buildings Over Active Seismic Faults.
  • Webinar Topic for 2/22/23.
Get in Touch

code@seaosc.org

Chairs

2022-2023

Monthly Committee Meeting Schedule

Every first Wednesday of the month, 4:00 - 5:00 pm

Codes & Standards Committee Meeting Minutes - September 7, 2022

Codes & Standards Committee Meeting Minutes - October 5, 2022

If you're interested to join the committee's monthly meeting, please send an email to code@seaosc.org.

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10945 Burbank Blvd. 
North Hollywood, CA 90601
Phone: (562) 908-6131
Email: seaosc@seaosc.org
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The Structural Engineers Association of Southern California (SEAOSC) is the oldest structural engineering association in the world. 

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