The following shows selected data from the International Code Compliance Calculator’s (IC3) database starting with data collected in 2009 as part of the Texas Building Registry. IC3 provides energy code compliance certificates to homebuilders for submission to their local building officials. The system’s functionality was expanded in 2009 to include IECC 2006 (Houston) and IECC 2009 code compliance. Builder and code official training was conducted around the State. It was during evaluation of this data that new requirements were identified such as differentiation between final and work in progress projects and third party verification of construction as the State began to move to IECC 2009.
State of Texas
The growth of new users who have registered in the software except those with a University email account.
The relationship between Active Users and Certificates. Active Users are non-University, non-Government email accounts, and who have generated one or more Certificates. Certificates are what the user prints to give to their building official – assuming that the house is at or above code. In 2009 users would enter a basic floor plan and re-cycle it to generate certificates.
The top 10 cities generating single-family IC3 certificates in 2017.
The top 10 cities generating single-family IC3 certificates in 2016.
The top 10 counties generating single-family IC3 certificates in 2017.
The top 10 counties generating single-family IC3 certificates in 2016.