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-----Original Message-----
From: seaint-seaosc(--nospam--at) [mailto:seaint-seaosc(--nospam--at)] On 
Behalf Of Polhemus, William Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2014 8:21 AM
To: seaint-seaosc(--nospam--at)
Subject: RE: [SEAINT-SEAOSC] Allen, TX HS stadium

I haven't taken the time to look it up but I suspect the answer is "yes,"
assuming it is located within a municipality.

Specifically, the state of Texas allows only municipalities to create building 
 departments and adopt building codes. Most cities and towns of any size at 
 all have adopted such - some flavor of IBC is most likely.

-----Original Message-----
From: seaint-seaosc(--nospam--at) [mailto:seaint-seaosc(--nospam--at)] On 
Behalf Of Daryl Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2014 10:14 AM To: seaint-seaosc(--nospam--at) 
 Subject: Re: [SEAINT-SEAOSC] Allen, TX HS stadium

Fellow engineers,

         Given things that Bill Polhemus has said (also from other
sources) only parts of Texas actually have a building code.  One good question 
 might be "Is there actually a building code in force that is applicable to 
 this stadium?"


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