Building codes make our cities and communities more resilient and make buildings more comfortable, productive, and safer for those working and living in these spaces. IMT works with local governments to improve residential and commercial code compliance that results in increased energy savings and more efficient buildings across the country. Interested in IMT’s codes work? Scroll through our blogs and resources below to see how IMT has been collaborating with local and regional organizations to improve buildings codes and code compliance.

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IMT at a Turning Point

IMT’s new strategic plan represents an organizational turning point on the road to our BuildUp 2030 plan, and a more just low-carbon future.

IMT Board Leadership Transition

IMT bids farewell to two board members and commend those who will lead us through our BuildUp2030 decade of action, starting with a new strategic plan.

Cost Effectiveness of the Residential Provisions of the 2021 IECC

Following U.S. Department of Energy cost effectiveness certification of the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) commissioned the Home Innovation Research Labs (HIRL) to conduct an independent cost analysis of the 2021 IECC. The report, 2021 IECC Residential Cost-Effectiveness Analysis 3 (HIRL report), was published in June 2021, and … Continued