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OLS Field Name OLS Field Data
Main Title International building code 2009.
CORP Author International Code Council.
Publisher International Code Council,
Year Published 2009
OCLC Number 317322156
ISBN 9781580017251; 1580017258; 9781580017244; 158001724X
Subjects Building laws--United States.
Holdings
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Modified
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Status
EJAM  KF5701.I524 2009 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 09/21/2016
Collation xxiv, 676 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm + (1) CD-ROM (4 3/4)
Notes
Includes index. Includes bibliographical references (pages 587-606) and index.
Contents Notes
Scope and administration -- Definitions -- Use and occupancy classification -- Special detailed requirements based on use and occupancy -- General building heights and areas -- Types of construction -- Fire and smoke protection features -- Interior finishes -- Fire protection systems -- Means of egress -- Accessibility -- Interior environment -- Energy efficiency -- Exterior walls -- Roof assemblies and rooftop structures -- Structural design -- Structural tests and special inspections -- Soils and foundations -- Concrete -- Aluminum -- Masonry -- Steel -- Wood -- Glass and glazing -- Gypsum board and plaster -- Plastic -- Electrical -- Mechanical systems -- Plumbing systems -- Elevators and conveying systems -- Special construction -- Encroachments into the public right-of-way -- Safeguards during construction -- Existing structures -- Referenced standards -- Appendix A. Employee qualifications -- Appendix B. Board of appeals -- Appendix C. Group U, agricultural buildings -- Appendix D. Fire districts -- Appendix E. Supplementary accessibility requirements -- Appendix F. Rodentproofing -- Appendix G. Flood-resistant construction -- Appendix H. Signs -- Appendix I. Patio covers -- Appendix J. Grading -- Appendix K. Administrative provisions. A comprehensive building code for use by international jurisdictions designed to protect public health and safety in large and small communities, setting out minimum regulations for building systems, with coverage of types of construction, interior finishes, energy efficiency, structural design, soils and foundations, and construction materials.