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Re: N.Y. Building Codes

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NY did not use BOCA.  They have their own code in place until 1 Jan 03 when
the IBC 2000 kicks in.

John Schenne, PE
Schenne & Associates

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Subject: N.Y. Building Codes


> Can anyone verify the state of New York building code?
>  I thought they were using Bocca 1997 (?).
>  I'm not sure if N.Y. has adopted the International 2000 building code.
>
> Any comments will be greatly appreciated.
>
> Regards,
>
> Nick
>
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