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Building codes illustrated for elementary and secondary schools; a guide to understanding the 2006 International Building Code for elementary and secondary schools.

9780470048481

Building codes illustrated for elementary and secondary schools; a guide to understanding the 2006 International Building Code for elementary and secondary schools.

Winkel, Steven R. et al.

John Wiley & Sons

2007

412 pages

$50.00

Paperback

Building codes illustrated series

LB3221

This resource for design professionals interprets and expands upon the 2006 International Building Code (IBC) as it applies to educational facilities. It is intended as a reference to be used in conjunction with--not as a substitute for--the IBC. Early chapters provide background information on the development, organization, and use of the IBC. The rest of the volume is organized to correspond to the chapters of the IBC. The focus is on the Code's nonstructural provisions, and structural requirements are not covered in any detail. Winkel is co-author of Building Codes Illustrated, Second Edition.

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