Older buildings typically need extensive updating to meet current Ontario Building Code standards, which hikes the cost to redevelop properties.
What does OBC stand for?
OBC stands for Ontario Building Code
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Ontario Building Code referencing of PLC, notes Holcim Canada CEO Paul Ostrander, "enables us to provide [customers] more sustainable construction solutions.
He recognized her contributions to the Ontario Building Officials Association and her input on changes to the Ontario Building Code over her years of service.
The Fire Code also has authority over the Ontario Building Code and building permit processes.
That homes are built much better than they were 100 years ago is "a good thing," McBurney said, and it's a point of pride amongst home builders to voluntarily lead the way in new design and technology It often takes at least five years for the Ontario Building Code to "catch up" with innovation taken on by the industry, McBurney said, and the pilot project is, in part, aiming to discover technologies that can be incorporated into the code at a future date.
Kotovich attributes the company's growth and evolution in small building and commercial work to the passage of Bill 124 of the Ontario Building Code in 2006.
The Ontario Building Code was last amended in 2006.