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RE: Dubai building code

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  does not have a uniform  code. However, different jurisdictions within   (DM, TECOM, JAFZA) have their own requirements. Even some "developments" such as DIFC have special requirements. These in general refer to British, American or Australian standards/codes for structural requirements. Some jurisdictions even allow the designer to use any of these codes. 

For seismic loads, generally UBC-97 zone 2B is adopted in all jurisdictions.

Syed A Masroor
Consulting Structural Engineer
Karachi, Pakistan


From: Yi Yang [mailto:YI(--nospam--at)summit-sr.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2008 5:06 AM
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Does anyone know what building code is enfor  used in Dubai (the middle eastern country)?
 
 
 
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