Illustrated 2000: Building Code Handbook
*The first book to reference the new International Building Code, making it a definitive resource for all practicing architects and engineers
*The only illustrated code book in existence--dimensioned line drawings help designers and builders visualize code requirements quickly and easily, speeding along the building process
*Points out differences between the newly integrated universal building code and the old Uniform, Southern, and National Building Codes
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aisle Architects area of refuge ceiling cited as governing cited as sources Combustible comply concrete construction type corridor details provided doors dwelling units elevation exit access exit discharge exit enclosures exterior walls facilities finish materials Fire door Fire separation distance fire wall fire-resistance rating shown fire-resistance-rated firestop floor following applies following are cited following locations glass glazing governed as follows GYPSUM PLASTER handrail height horizontal hr Fire separation hr Occupancies IBC Table indicated as required insulation interior International Fire Code International Mechanical Code JOISTS LIGHT-FRAME CONSTRUCTION light-transmitting plastic materials are required Maximum means of egress Minimum thickness NFPA 13 noncombustible Note Occupancy R-3 occupant load PARTICLEBOARD partitions penetrations permitted ramp reinforcing required as follows roof rooms Seats Width Seats section addresses shaft enclosure shear walls sheathing slope smoke source of requirements stairway STEEL storage stories STUD subsection addresses toilet underlayment VENEER VERMICULITE WALL SURFACE Wood shingles