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I respectfully suggest that the answer is what specifications are in use?
There are several different tolerances in various specifications.

The Codes are quite loose on this question. But a good specification will
indicate whether a "super flat" floor is required or not.

Stan Scholl, P.E.

On Wed, 9 May 2001 22:05:18 -0400 "JCohen" <jccpc(--nospam--at)email.msn.com> writes:
> Does anyone know what are the flatness and slope/level requirements 
> for
> floors and stairs, specifically, for a private educational facility 
> located
> in Pennsylvania? Any assistance pointing me to the appropriate
> codes/provisions would be very appreciated. I am in the process of 
> seeking
> this information from the PADE but outside help is still 
> appreciated.
> 
> Many thanks.
> 
> James Cohen
> James Cohen Consulting, P.C.
> PO Box 130
> Pennington, NJ 08534
> Tel: (609) 730-0510
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> Website: http://u2.expertpages.com/jccpc
> 
> 
> 
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