if all its parts had passed. But at this point, only 1 of the 6 parts of GG34 that have been considered and voted on by the ICC membership at the IgCC hearings so far has been passed. The other 5 parts, which would have gutted the requirements of the IgCC for material selection, energy conservation, water conservation, jurisdictional electives, and landscaping, and replaced them with much more sparse requirements, were disapproved.
At this point it seems unlikely that the other parts will be approved. They address the Interior Environment and Commissioning. And even if they are, they will NOT be as big a deal as GG34 was originally imagined to be by its proponents.