2009 I-Code changes

Popular guides and seminars focus on significant changes to 2009 I-Codes.

06/17/2009


 

Significant changes to the 2009 International Codes , a

series of books that are a tool to help code officials, architects, engineers,

and other code users transition to the new codes, are available from the

International Code Council. The books are the first support documents published

for the 2009 I-Codes and are complimented by a series of seminars.
Each book offers a comprehensive, practical analysis of critical changes

between the 2006 and 2009 editions of the I-Codes. The International Building,

Residential, and Fire codes are discussed in separate books. A fourth book

addresses changes to the 2009 International Plumbing, Mechanical, and Fuel Gas

codes.
Changes are identified and then followed by in-depth discussion of how

real-world application is affected. The books discuss provisions with special

significance, including new and innovative design ideas and technologies,

modern materials and methods of construction, and current approaches to safety

and stability.





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