2018 Home Builders' Jobsite Codes

Answers to common code questions at your fingertips This handy jobsite tool will become as indispensable to you as your cell phone, tape measure, and level. This pocket-friendly companion to the International Residential Code discusses the impact of 2018 code changes to fire-resistant walls separating townhouses, emergency escape and rescue openings in basements, safety glazing adjacent to doors and bottom stair landings, and more. Les mer
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Answers to common code questions at your fingertips This handy jobsite tool will become as indispensable to you as your cell phone, tape measure, and level. This pocket-friendly companion to the International Residential Code discusses the impact of 2018 code changes to fire-resistant walls separating townhouses, emergency escape and rescue openings in basements, safety glazing adjacent to doors and bottom stair landings, and more. The book also updates requirements for smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms, and introduces helpful wood deck provisions. It includes more than 100 detailed illustrations and useful tables and discussion, among other areas, of: foundations; fire safety; energy efficiency; mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems; safe and healthy living environments. The book is meant to be of practical use on the jobsite, not as a substitute for the IRC.
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Forlag: BuilderBooks
Innbinding: Spiral
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780867187687
Format: 15 x 10 cm
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Stephen A. Van Note is managing director of product development for the International Code Council (ICC), where he is responsible for developing technical resource materials in support of the International Codes. He also manages the review and technical editing of staff-written publications as well as those written by external authors. In addition, Van Note develops and presents International Residential Code seminars nationally. Prior to joining ICC in 2006, Van Note was a building official for Linn County, Iowa. He has 18 years of experience in code administration and enforcement, and more than 20 years of experience in the construction field, including project planning and managing for residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. A certified building official and plans examiner, Van Note Also holds certifications in several inspection categories.