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About the Author
ICC is a leading organization dedicated to developing a single set of comprehensive, coordinated national model construction codes. To date, 48 U.S. states have adopted various international codes from ICC.
Dominic Marinelli is one of the longest tenured Providers of Continuing Education for the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He is an Instructor for the International Codes Council (ICC), the New York State Department of State Code Division, and other building official associations throughout the country. Certified by both the ICC and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Labor as an accessibility inspector/plans examiner, Mr. Marinelli is also certified in code enforcement by the New York State Office of Fire Prevention & Control. He received an MS from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo and is an adjunct faculty member at Pratt Manhattan.