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If you look in the reference section of the SBC code, it will tell you which
edition it refers to.


Charles F. Espenlaub, III, P.E.
Martin-Espenlaub Engineering
Tel  215-665-8570
Fax 215-561-5064



-----Original Message-----
From: David Chan [mailto:dchan(--nospam--at)johnmartin.com]
Sent: Friday, June 08, 2001 1:23 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: 1999 SBC Wind Provisions


I am working on a job under the 1999 SBC, with which I am unfamiliar with.
Most of my jobs are under the UBC and I thought this list would be a great
place to help me out.  In the wind provision, the 99 SBC references ASCE 7.
Is this ASCE 7-95 or ASCE 7-98?  If I remember correctly from a discussion
on this list last week, there are some differences between the two.  Any
comments would be greatly appreciated.   

David S. Chan, P.E.
Los Angeles, CA



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