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I put the question out to the structural folks on staff. As soon as I get an
opinion I'll post it.

David Dodgen

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Subject:    Re: AISC Seismic provisions 
Author: <seaint(--nospam--at)>
Date:       3/30/00 10:29 AM

It's nice to know that the 2000 IBC references the latest AISC Seismic
Provisions.  However, that's a future code, not adopted by any jurisdictions
yet.  The original question was concerned with the legally adopted 1997 UBC
which we are legally required to use in California until probably the middle of

Rick Drake, SE
Fluor Daniel, Aliso Viejo, CA


dodgen(--nospam--at) on 03/30/2000 09:57:56 AM

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Subject:  AISC Seismic provisions

The IBC uses the AISC 1997 including supplement No. 1 dated 1999

David Dodgen