2017 City of Los Angeles Green Building Code Amendments
Ensure you stay Green in the City of Los Angeles with these amendments!
It’s time to stay up-to-date and up-to-code with the 2017 City of Los Angeles Green Building Code Amendments! These amendments supplement the 2016 California Green Building Standards Code, Title 24, Part 11 (CALGreen). You’ll need this code and amendments in order for you to be sure that your buildings and structures are compliant to environmental standards in the city of Los Angeles. It’s all about being “Green.” These codes were developed by the California Building Standards Commission.
The combination of 2016 CALGreen and 2017 Los Angeles Green Amendments gives you the most current information on:
- General green building information
- Green mixed occupancy buildings
- Green residential buildings
- Green planning and design
- Energy efficiency
- Water efficiency and conservation
- Material conservation and resource efficiency
- Environmental quality
- Residential and nonresidential mandatory measures
- Referenced organizations and standards
- Installer and special inspector qualifications
- Compliance forms, worksheets, and reference material
- Construction waste management plan and worksheets
- Residential and residential voluntary measures
- Voluntary standards for health facilities (OSHPD 1, 2, & 4)
- And much, much more!
Grab yourself your copy today and ensure you are doing your part for the environment in Los Angeles!
About the California Building Standards Commission:
The California Building Standards Commission (CBSC) was established in 1953 by the California Building Standards Law. Their mission is to create reasonable state building standards and regulations and to enforce those standards. Part of the standards that CBSC produces includes green building standards for structures in California.
About the CALGreen:
CALGreen is the authoritative source on mandatory green building standards. The California Building Standards Commission developed the CALGreen ( which was the first of its kind in the nation). The purpose of the CALGreen is to reduce GHG from structures, promote healthier living spaces that were environmentally responsible, reduce resource consumption, and actively respond to any environmental directives from the administration.