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Re: NFPA 5000 - Why? And Where?

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According to the NFPA website, NFPA 5000 was issued by their Standards
Council on July 19.  Here is  a link to the news release:

It sounds like it is yet to be published.

Ed Haninger
Fluor Daniel
Aliso Viejo, CA

                    "Bill Polhemus"                                                                                
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Just the other day I had a building official in a small city in north Texas
tell me that "NFPA decided not to publish it's building code after all."

I thought he was incorrect, but deferred to his statement, since (as I
assume) building officials get the inside scoop on all that stuff. Besides,
he sounded very informed about the issue.

Now, here's an article in the latest STRUCTURAL ENGINEER magazine, telling
us that NFPA has now been issued.


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