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National Building Codes By State

International Building Code (IBC): Produced by the International Code Council (joint venture between UBC, BOCA, and SBC)

What National Building Code governs in my state?
State Code State Code
Alabama SBC Montana UBC
Alaska UBC Nebraska UBC
Arizona UBC Nevada UBC
Arkansas SBC N. Hampshire BOCA
California State Code New Jersey BOCA
Colorado UBC New Mexico UBC
Connecticut BOCA New York State Code
Delaware BOCA North Carolina SBC
Florida SBC North Dakota UBC
Georgia SBC Ohio State Code
Hawaii UBC Oklahoma BOCA or SBC
Idaho UBC Oregon State Code
Illinois BOCA or UBC Pennsylvania BOCA
Indiana UBC Rhode Island BOCA
Iowa UBC South Carolina SBC
Kansas UBC South Dakota UBC
Kentucky BOCA Tennessee SBC
Louisiana SBC Texas SBC or UBC
Maine BOCA Utah UBC
Maryland BOCA Vermont BOCA
Massachusetts BOCA Virginia BOCA
Michigan BOCA or UBC Washington UBC
Minnesota UBC West Virginia BOCA
Mississipi SBC Wisconsin State Code
Missouri BOCA or UBC Wyoming UBC

Why are the National Building Codes Important?

The national building codes are laws that must be followed for the design and construction of ALL building projects, including modular. These laws regulate the minimum safety and performance standards for all building structures, and are enforced by municipal building departments through the Building Permit Process.