Interstate Compact on Industrialized/Modular Buildings

Establishes a commission to develop and promulgate uniform rules and regulations governing the design and construction of industrialized/modular buildings. Any U.S. state, territory or possession, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico are eligible to join the compact. It does not reference congressional consent, but Article I (2)(b) implies that the compact was developed to "provide assurances to the U.S. Congress that would preclude the need for a voluntary, pre-emptive federal regulatory system for modular housing, as outlined in Section 572 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1987."
Category: Building Construction and Safety
Interstate Agency: Industrialized Buildings Commission

Member States

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State Citation Year Of Joinder
Minnesota M.S.A. Sec. 16B.75 1990
New Jersey N.J.S.A. 32:33-1 et seq. 1991
North Dakota 2011
Rhode Island Gen. Laws 1956, Secs. 23-27.4-1 1990