What Property Managers Need to Know About the Changes to the AIC Elevator Program

The City of Chicago will be instituting new rules governing the Annual Inspection Certification (AIC) Program, effective August 17, 2016. Here is what property managers should know.  The AIC Program requires property owners/property managers to document the compliance of elevators, escalators, and other conveyance devices within their buildings to comply with the Chicago Municipal Code requirement of annual inspection. A common misconception is that the Program solely governs elevators. That is not the case.    Read the article…………


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