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- From: "Ray Pixley" <rpixley(--nospam--at)engineer.com>
- Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 17:35:04 +0500
>The project is in Manhattan if that matters.
It does matter. Manhattan is part of New York City; you'll have to take a look at the New York _City_ Building Code. The link is http://www.nyc.gov/html/dob/html/code.html
My understanding is that New York State law gives cities over a certain size the right to have their own building code.
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From: "Ken Peoples"
------- Original Message -----From: Tahir Qureshi, PESent: Wednesday, June 25, 2003 7:40 AMSubject: Re: NY State Building Code requirementsKEN:NY in 2003 has adopted a new code called BUILDING CODE OF NEW YORK STATE. There are lot new requirements in the new code for wind loads etc.I can provide you the copy of Table or chapter by fax if you want.Tahir Qureshi, PE----- Original Message -----From: Ken PeoplesTo: SeaintSent: Wednesday, June 25, 2003 6:52 AMSubject: NY State Building Code requirementsI think that I remember a while back hearing that NY would be adopting the IBC 2000 sometime soon. I have been asked to provide wind load reactions for a building in NY and am not sure whether I should be using the old NY code or the IBC.Thanks in advance for your help.Best regards,KenKenneth S. Peoples, P. E. Lehigh Valley Technical Associates, Inc. 1584 Weaversville Road Northampton, PA 18067-9039 Phone: (610) 262-6345 Fax: (610) 262-8188 e-mail: kpeoples(--nospam--at)lvta.net
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