Date: April 23, 2024
Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am

2024 Rating the States Results

Where & When

An IBHS Online Streaming Event

APRIL 23rd, 2024 FROM 10:00AM – 11:00AM ET

What is Rating the States

Now in its fifth edition, IBHS’s Rating the States report evaluates the 18 states along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, all vulnerable to catastrophic hurricanes, based on building code adoption, enforcement, and contractor licensing. Rating the States is released every three years. Each state is rated on a 0–100 scale using data from responses to groups of questions related to different aspects of their building code programs and how they influence windstorm resilience.


  • Ian Giammanco
  • Milad Shabanian
  • Christina Gropp
  • Rachael Gauthier


  • Jackie Dadakis – Chief Operating Officer for Green Coast Enterprises
  • Cindy Davis – Deputy Director, Division of Building & Fire Regulations at VA DHCD

Who should attend?

Member company staff in claims, product management, research, underwriting, and any others interested in residential code adoption.

* The IBHS Rating the States report is intended to help provide a roadmap states can follow to improve their system of residential-related building regulations by following best practices. It is not intended for use in insurance underwriting or rating, or for regulatory purposes

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Thoughts from Past Attendees

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