BREA, CA—The International Code Council, an organization that develops model codes to help building-safety professionals create better buildings and more resilient structure, is expected to relocate its western regional office to a new, state-of-the-art facility at 3060 Saturn St. here as soon as July. The new location will feature the newest technology, infrastructure and top-of-the-line security, as well as training facilities.
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This global organization is no stranger to Southern California. With offices in Washington, DC, Alabama and Illinois, ICC has had a long-standing presence in Whittier and can trace its roots back to Long Beach in the early 1920s. ICC chose the new location because it enables the organization to better serve members and customers and has close access to essential business amenities such as restaurants and hotels.
“Our new western regional office in Brea is a tangible example of ICC’s pledge to delivering the highest-quality services, while offering our clients, employees and partners a technologically advanced facility that serves as a home away from home,” says Stephen Jones, president of ICC’s board of directors. “We have been proud to be a part of this region for many years, and today we are excited by the opportunities at our new location.”
The new location will serve as a global gateway for accreditation and product certification for the organization’s subsidiaries ICC Evaluation Service LLC and the International Accreditation Service. Global and western regional activities and roles will all move to the Brea location.
According to Dominic Sims, CEO of ICC, “Our new western regional office location is the perfect place for us to further our mission that all concerned with the safety and performance of the built environment have access to resources and tools that help ensure safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient communities.”
At the new facility, ICC is investing in an environment conducive to continual growth and improved efficiencies that will provide clients and ICC members with expanded services. The new facility will meet or exceed CALGreen standards.