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Are the stairs outside? If so they would have to have some slope for
drainage.

On Thu, 10 May 2001 07:24:25 -0400 "JCohen" <jccpc(--nospam--at)email.msn.com> writes:
> With regard to Stan Scholl's question, there are no building 
> specifications.
> The building is circa 1917 and was remodeled over 10 years ago as a 
> school.
> There should be regulations which still control, however, as this is 
> an
> educational building, regardless of age.
> 
> For information, I recently measured floor slopes in excess of 2.5 
> deg at
> various locations.
> 
> James Cohen
> James Cohen Consulting, P.C.
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