BOCA National Building Code Compliance Manual: 1996 BOCA National Building Code

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McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Architecture - 373 pages
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The Boca Code Manual's project-oriented checklists make compliance with the arcane and unwieldy Building Officials and Code Administrators' code requirements a cinch. The book is organized for the four distinct stages of the building process -- design, architectural documentation, structural documentation, and specifications -- all in checklists to be used on-site for quality control. By using this comprehensive guide in conjunction with the building code, architects and construction professionals can avoid costly delays, change orders, and possible lawsuits. It will also help them provide the complete, consistent documentation or "paper trail" of code compliance at each stage of the process.

A CD-ROM included with the book allows the reader to custom-tailor the checklists for each particular project.

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Contents

Actual Area and Height
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Group H2
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Covered Mall Buildings
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Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Scott Parish, AIA, CSI, is a licensed architect currently employed at Mangini Associates in Visalia, California. The author of National Building Code Compliance Manual, also published by McGraw-Hill, he has extensive experience with construction documents, specification writing, quality control, and construction administration on many different types of projects, including medical, commercial high-rise, municipal, educational, manufacturing, airport, and office projects. [Logo]

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