Construction Notes 5.21

Construction Notes - Construction Kepler.njit.edu/arch241-111-su07 Stair problem due on 6.21.07(with the wall section Building codes the primary

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Construction. Kepler.njit.edu/arch241-111-su07 Stair problem due on 6.21.07 (with the wall section) Building codes: the primary requirement of a building is that it should be safe and healthy Jurisdiction: governments at all levels establish and enforce building codes and regulations to protect the public welfare. Violation of building codes and regulations can cause injury to building users and expose architects to legal liability and the possible revocation or their licensees. Objectives: - The objective of the building code is to ensure that all construction provides a minimum level of health, safety, and welfare. - The code establishes the minimum requirements - The code does not regulate aspects of design that deal with appearance. It deals with performance. Enforcement: - Building codes are most commonly enforced at the local level. The certain agency is usually the building department that reviews drawings, issues permits, and periodically inspects the project for conformance.
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ARCH 241 taught by Professor Bess during the Summer '07 term at NJIT.

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Construction Notes - Construction Kepler.njit.edu/arch241-111-su07 Stair problem due on 6.21.07(with the wall section Building codes the primary

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