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Re: can you say...1997 v. 1999 SBC?

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Tom Skaggs wrote:

1997 SBC has language and section numbers that are identical to your
original question.
Tom

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Polhemus [mailto:bill(--nospam--at)polhemus.cc] Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 10:23
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: Re: can you say...

Scott Maxwell wrote:

Bill:

All that I know is that I cannot (as much as I would like to) answer your SBC code. Being a liberal Yankee, I don't have any Southern Buidling Codes sitting around at home. <grin> Anytime I needed to use

it, an employer had a copy sitting around at the office, and that is not the case with the current employer.



Hey, it's STANDARD Building Code, thank you very much!

(Meaning that it's "standard" south of the Mason-Dixon line, of course).

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Thanks, I figured that, but I wanted to be sure.

I have yet to find anything (structural, anyway) that is different between the two versions.

I bought the later version because it was the only one left on the shelf a couple of years back, as IBC 2000 was beginning to come in. (By "on the shelf" I am referring to Brown Book Shop in downtown Houston, where you can actually run out and pick up any design code, and a lot of manuals and textbooks, at a moment's notice, as long as you don't mind paying full publisher's list for it).

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