The State Building Code Review Board (BCRB) reviews and amends the New Hampshire building code. The New Hampshire Building Code includes the 2015 International Building Code (IBC) and the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC).
Building Code Compliance Software for New Hampshire
Plan Analyst code compliance software programs make it easy for building officials, architects and other designers to quickly perform commercial and residential building code plan reviews / code studies.
Plan Analyst for the 2015 IBC and Plan Analyst for the 2015 IRC simplifies the plan review / code study process enabling compliance to specific code years. This proven software allows modifications to accommodate local amendments, where applicable. Users have the ability to add code requirements and to add to the checklist. Changes can be made permanent by changing the data file using the setup section of Plan Analyst, or specific reports can be edited for special conditions.
Plan Analyst Calculators: Deck – Sign – Beam & Column
Plan Analyst Deck, Sign and Beam & Column Calculators are additional simple and effective design and code review software tools that will quickly become your go-to resources when working on associated tasks.
Users of Plan Analyst in New Hampshire have included:
|City of Keene||Berard Martel Architecture|
|Town of Hampton||Christopher P. Williams Architects|
|Town of Meredith||Michael J. Keane, Architects|
|Town of Peterborough||Yankee Barn Homes|
Building and Residential Code Resources in New Hampshire
- New Hampshire Building Officials Association
- View the 2015 International Building Code free online via ICC
- View the 2015 International Residential Code free online via ICC
- Buy the New Hampshire I-Codes from ICC
- Purchase Plan Analyst for the IBC and or IRC to automate and simplify your plan reviews / code studies plananalyst.com.
- The ICC General Code website provides access to some municipal codes.
Energy Code Compliance Software for New Hampshire
COMcheck enables architects, builders, designers, and contractors to determine whether new commercial or high-rise residential buildings, additions, and alterations meet the requirements of the IECC and ASHRAE Standard 90.1.
REScheck product enables builders, designers, and contractors to determine whether new homes, additions, and alterations meet the requirements of the IECC or a number of state energy codes.
The “Building Codes Assistance Project” also provides information on New Hampshire’s building energy codes.
FEMA Building Code Adoption Tracking
The FEMA Building Code Adoption Tracking program reports on the status of hazard-resistant building code adoption in each state. New Hampshire is in FEMA Region 1. Read the 2022 Region 1 fact sheet showing the annual metric of the percent of communities adopting hazard-resistant building codes in New Hampshire.
AIA and ICC
New Hampshire has several ICC Chapters in the state.
New Hampshire code adoption status on the ICC website