An industrialized building must meet the following requirements in order to be registered for the Virginia registration seal:
- The Compliance Assurance Agency (CAA) has reviewed and approved the design/plans and has conducted the necessary testing and evaluation of the building and/or components.
- The CAA has provided inspections and quality assurance services in the factory to assure compliance with the applicable building codes.
- The Virginia registration seal has been applied to the building.
There are two separate and distinct registration seals, one for structures complying with the Virginia Construction Code (VCC) and the other for structures complying with the Virginia Residential Code (VRC). All structures require one seal for each manufactured section or module. The cost of a VCC seal is $75, and the cost of a VRC seal is $50.