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Re: NFPA 5000 - Why? And Where?

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After attending and ACI seminar lately, the rumor is that California is 
leaning towards NFPA 5000 adoption instead of the IBC 2000.  Again I believe 
that this is all political.  I also understand that most of the loading 
criteria, including wind and seismic is being referred to the ASCE 7.


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