Montana Chapter of ICC

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The Montana Chapter of the ICC is dedicated to the continued success and advancement of the building and construction community in Montana. Through collaboration of building departments, local governments, and private industries, the Montana Chapter strives to create a safer built environment for the state's citizens through the implementation and enforcement of building codes.

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