Building codes illustrated: a guide to understanding the 2000 international building code

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John Wiley, 2003 - Architecture - 401 pages
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A practical, illustrated guide to the new International Building Code
With the publication of the International Building Code, the building industry is moving toward a single universal set of construction codes, rather than the three regional codes previously in use. Now more than ever, architects need an interpretive guide to understand how the building code affects the early design of specific projects. This unique reference blends the graphic skills of bestselling author Francis Ching with the code expertise of Steven Winkel. It closely examines the portions of the building code that are most relevant for the architect and provides a simple and practical interpretation through words and illustrations. All the changes in the new code are explained in simple, user-friendly language that allows architects to get up to speed on the new code quickly and easily.
Francis D. K. Ching (Seattle, WA) is a registered architect, a professor at the University of Washington, and the author of eight highly acclaimed architecture books, all for Wiley.
Steven R. Winkel, FAIA (San Francisco, CA), is a project manager at Field Paoli, and an expert in building codes and regulations. He is also an AIA Board Member and past president of the AIA California Council.

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Review: Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2006 International Building Code

User Review  - Jenny - Goodreads

incredibly helpful text to have while learning how to use and navigated the International Building Code. Read full review

Review: Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2006 International Building Code

User Review  - Amanda - Goodreads

Great reference guide to codes. This is specific to 2006 IBC (which when I was using it wasn't yet under enforcement in NY). I've also heard that it's a good study guide for the AREs. Read full review

Contents

Building Codes
1
Navigating the Code
9
Use and Occupancy
19
Copyright

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FRANCIS D.K. CHING is a registered architect and professor of architecture at the University of Washington. He is the author of numerous architecture and design books, including Architectural Graphics; Building Construction Illustrated; Architecture: Form, Space, and Order; A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, and Design Drawing, all published by Wiley.
STEVEN R WINKEL, FAIA, an expert in building codes and regulations, is Senior Associate at Field Paoli Architects in San Francisco. He is also a past AIA board member and past president of the AIA California Council.

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