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- Rating the States: An Assessment of Residential Building Code and Enforcement Systems for Life Safety and Property Protection in Hurricane-Prone Regions
- Building Code Overview
- Benefits of Statewide Building codes
- Model Legislation
- Benefits of Wind-resistant Building Codes – Hurricane Charley Summary Report
- Status of Building Codes in New Jersey and New York: The Future of Resilience in a Post-Sandy Environment