We design each of our plans to conform to CABO One and Two Family,
which is compiled from BOCA, SBCCI, and UBC Building Codes. Our plans meet or
exceed national building codes.
Some states, counties, and municipalities have their own codes, zoning
requirements, and building regulations. Modifications may be necessary to meet
local building codes.
After you receive your plans, you should consult your local builder, architect,
engineer or other construction professional to review your plans before actual
We can not be responsible for the advice or assistance you receive from them or
for methods that they use. The owner and contractor assume the
responsibility to meet all local codes.
The following links offer additional information about
CABO -Since 1972, the
Council of American Building Officials (CABO) has served as the umbrella
organization for BOCA, ICBO, and SBCCI. In November 1997, it was agreed to
incorporate CABO into the ICC,
to provide a single, clear focused voice and would be a significantly more
effective and efficient use of time, resources, and influence.
BOCA - Founded in 1915,
Building Officials and Code Administrators International, Inc (BOCA) is the
original professional association representing the full spectrum of code
enforcement disciplines and construction industry interests. They are the premier
publishers of model codes.
SBCCI - The Southern
Building Code Congress International's (SBCCI) primary mission since 1940 has
been to develop and maintain a set of model building codes for use by local
jurisdictions. Since 1994, SBCCI has been a partner with BOCA and ICBO in the
International Code Council which publishes the International Codes. These
documents are intended to be adopted by reference as local and state laws
ICBO - The International
Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) has been the leading source of building
and related construction codes for more than 75 years. Our association prides
itself on providing excellent products and services to ensure the public's