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[SEAOC] Re: [SEAOC] Cellular Phone Shelter Occupancy

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I thought there was legislation stating that Cell phone repeater equipment
was deemed essential service equipment,   vital to post EQ recovery
operations.   Your cellular client,   or others here,   may know more.


In a message dated 96-06-12 14:31:10 EDT, rick.drake(--nospam--at)fluordaniel.com (Drake,
Rick) writes:

>Subj:	[SEAOC] Cellular Phone Shelter Occupancy
>Date:	96-06-12 14:31:10 EDT
>From:	rick.drake(--nospam--at)fluordaniel.com (Drake, Rick)
>Reply-to:	seaoc(--nospam--at)power.net
>To:	seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org
>
>     What is the correct 1994 UBC Occupancy for equipment shelters
>housing
>     cellular phone equipment?  These shelters are normally
>unoccupied and
>     are less than 300 square feet in floor area.  The equipment
>typically
>     includes HVAC fans, radio equipment, battery racks, and halon or
>     similar fire suppression system.
>
>     Does it matter if the shelter is on its own foundation?  What if
>the
>     shelter is built on the roof of a building or on an outside
>level of a
>     parking garage?  What if the equipment is in a leased room of a
>     commercial building?
>
>     It appears my choices are Group B (similar to telephone
>exchanges?)
>     and Group U-1 (Sheds).
>
>     Thanks in advance,
>
>     Rick Drake, SE
>     rick.drake(--nospam--at)fluordaniel.com
>
>


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