Energy Efficiency Figures into Week Four of Building Safety Month

This week's theme is "Investing in Technology for Safety, Energy & Water Efficiency."

The International Code Council's annual Building Safety Month takes place in May. Week four of the activities is here, with the weekly theme being "Investing in Technology for Safety, Energy & Water Efficiency." The overall theme for the month is "Code Officials— Partners in Community Safety and Economic Growth."

Week one's theme was "Mentoring the Next Generation of Building Professionals," while week two's was "Building Design Solutions for All Ages" and the third week's was "Manage the Damage – Preparing for Natural Disasters."

ICC has many sponsors this year, including BOMA International, FEMA, ASTM International, the National Association of Home Builders, and the U.S. Green Building Council.

ICC members have marked Building Safety Month annually for 37 years to celebrate advances in constructing safe, sustainable, affordable, and resilient buildings and homes.

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