The platform now also includes ASCE’s Sustainability Standard

Reston, Virginia — The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) today announced updates to its ASCE AMPLIFY interactive digital platform, which was released in 2023. The platform provides upgraded access to ASCE standards to design more resilient buildings and infrastructure. The new additions to ASCE AMPLIFY provide users access to all ASCE standards referenced in the 2024, 2021, and 2018 editions of the International Building Code (IBC), when they subscribe to the new ASCE Referenced Standards: IBC collection.

The updated content on ASCE AMPLIFY now includes ASCE’s ASCE/COS 73-23: Standard Practice for Sustainable Infrastructure, a first-of-its-kind standard which provides guidance for infrastructure owners to develop and implement sustainable solutions through a project’s entire life cycle. ASCE/COS 73-23, which was released October 2023, marked the first consensus-based building standard for infrastructure owners to address sustainability in their projects. The standard will reside on the digital platform, but will not fall under the IBC collection.

ASCE’s most widely-used building standard across the nation and around the globe, ASCE/SEI 7-22 Minimum Design Loads and Associated Criterial for Building and Other Structures, is also included in ASCE AMPLIFY

In addition to ASCE/SEI 7-22, 7-16, and 7-10, ASCE AMPLIFY now hosts the following standards:

  • ASCE/SEI 8-22, 8-02
  • ASCE/SEI 19-16
  • SEI/ASCE 32-01
  • ASCE/SEI 24-14
  • ASCE/SEI/SFPE 29-05
  • ASCE/SEI 41-23, 41-17
  • ASCE/SEI 49-21, 49-12
  • ASCE/SEI 55-16

The IBC-referenced standards in ASCE AMPLIFY can be accessed through this page: The platform is available for corporate subscriptions by contacting [email protected].

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