You can get into the code specifics, but I think this is where the technical and science work must rule the day. The example that was mentioned by that sector at this committee was an apples and oranges comparison, comparing a newer concrete structure to a 1980s wood home. That's simply not the reality.
There's this discussion about hybrids and all materials fitting and making a way, but wood has made such progress lately. There's a $20-million anti-wood campaign started by one competing material sector out of the U.S. I think we need to step back from the emotion of a lot of that stuff. Let's focus on the science and the technical work. That's why the code process needs to be pure and it needs to be focused on the technical work and the science, and the government procurement strategies to follow.
We're very confident, and that's why we're happy to talk about life-cycle analysis. We're happy to talk about science-based testing for GHGs and all that good stuff, because we know most days of the week we're going to win. That's the confidence we have in our systems and products.