Links to Structural Engineering & Building Code Governing Agencies

AS Engineering Services maintains fluency with all local, national and international building and engineering codes and policies. For your convenience, we are providing this list of some of the major agencies with which we regularly consult as well as links to more information on their respective websites.


International Code Council Evaluation Services is a nonprofit, public benefit corporation that does technical evaluations of building products, components, methods and materials. The evaluation process culminates with the issuance of reports on code compliance, which are made available free of charge on the World Wide Web, to building regulators, contractors, specifiers, architects, engineers and anyone else with an interest in the building industry and construction. These people look to ICC-ES evaluation reports for evidence that products and systems meet code requirements.


The IAPMO Group is a complete service organization, providing code development assistance, industry-leading education, and a manufacturer-preferred quality assurance program. Each component of the IAPMO Group works toward our ultimate goal of protecting the health of people everywhere.


ASHRAE is an international technical society organized to advance the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration.


ENERGY STAR was created to help consumers easily identify products, homes and buildings that save energy and money, and help protect the environment. As the government-backed, trusted symbol for energy efficiency, the ENERGY STAR label identifies highly efficient products and designates superior energy performance in homes and buildings.


The National Fenestration Rating Council is a non-profit organization that administers the only uniform, independent rating and labeling system for the energy performance of windows, doors, skylights and attachment products. Its goal is to provide fair, accurate and reliable energy performance ratings. A removable NFRC label is attached to the glass for each window at the factory.


The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI), is responsible to both consumers and the insurance industry.  It works to fulfill its legislative mandate to regulate the insurance industry while protecting the people and businesses that are served by insurance.


Florida Building Commission

The State of Florida requires that certain building components that are used as part of the building envelope be approved by the State Building Commission. This is a requirement for the product to be sold in the state.


Since 1936, American Architectural Manufacturers Association has stood as a strong advocate for manufacturers and professionals in the fenestration industry with respect to: product certification, standards development, education and training, legislative regulations, building and energy codes.