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Design of Steel Structures

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Design of Steel Structures CIV 402 Ali Hamadeh 200910180 Instructed By : Dr. Mohammed Sobeih
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Table of Contents 1 History o 1.1 Legacy codes 2 Overview 3 Means of Egress 4 Accessibility 5 Existing structures 9 ICC Building codes 11 References
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History Since the early 1900s, the system of building regulations in the United States was based on model building codes developed by three regional model code groups. The codes developed by the Building Officials Code Administrators International (BOCA) were used on the East Coast and throughout the Midwest of the United States, while the codes from the Southern Building Code Congress International (SBCCI) were used in the Southeast and the codes published by the International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) covered the West Coast and across to most of the Midwest. Although regional code development has been effective and responsive to the regulatory needs of the local jurisdictions, by early 1990s it became obvious that the country needed a single coordinated set of national model building codes. The nation’s three model code groups decided to combine their efforts and in 1994 formed the International Code Council (ICC) to develop codes that would have no regional limitations. After three years of extensive research and development, the first edition of the International Building Code was published in 2000. The code was patterned on three legacy codes previously developed by the organizations that constitute ICC. By the year
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  • Spring '11
  • Sobeih
  • Building code, International Building Code, International Code Council, Southern Building Code Congress International

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