Clarkdietrich(TM) Building Systems Receives ICC Evaluation Services Certification for Its C-Sections and Tracks

West Chester, Ohio – ClarkDietrich™ Building Systems has updated their code report for structural C-sections and tracks, ESR-1166P, to meet the IBC 2012 and IRC 2012 Building codes. In addition, the report contains supplements for the 2010 California Building Code and Florida Building Code. The report confirms that C-sections and tracks from ClarkDietrich Building Systems are code compliant and meet the strict criteria for cold-formed steel used in commercial and residential construction.

"Receiving this nationally respected designation highlights our commitment to manufacturing quality products and illustrates to architects, builders and contractors that our products meet stringent third-party code requirements," said Michael Kerner, Code Development Manager, ClarkDietrich Building Systems.

C-sections and tracks are used for joist, rafters, tall non-load bearing interior walls, curtain walls and load-bearing walls. ICC-ES thoroughly examined ClarkDietrich Building Systems' product information, test reports, calculations, quality control methods and other factors to ensure the product is code-compliant.

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About ClarkDietrich™ Building Systems

ClarkDietrich™ Building Systems is the leading manufacturer of a full-line of drywall studs and accessories, structural studs and joists, metal lath and accessories, shaft wall studs and track, interior finishing products, and connectors and accessories for commercial and residential construction. Quality manufacturing, a full-line offering, national distribution, engineering services and responsive customer service position ClarkDietrich Building Systems as the largest and fastest growing manufacturer of cold-formed steel framing in North America. Clarkwestern Dietrich Building Systems LLC is a 75/25 joint venture with Marubeni-Itochu Steel America Inc. (MISA) and Worthington Industries, Inc. For more information, visit

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