National Building Code

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Related to National Building Code: BOCA National Building Code, Uniform Building Code

building code

A collection of rules and regulations adopted by authorities having appropriate jurisdiction to control the design and construction of buildings, alteration, repair, quality of materials, use and occupancy, and related factors of buildings within their jurisdiction; contains minimum architectural, structural, and mechanical standards for sanitation, public health, welfare, safety, and the provision of light and air. Also see Uniform Building Code and BOCA National Building Code
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Page 15: National Building Code of India 2005, Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)
The Alliance Standards align with the Bangladesh National Building Code, and are reflective of input received from multiple expert stakeholders during their development.
required as per town planning and urban planning standards with estimates, building designs and structural drawings as per national building code and is code of specifications and seeking approval of all the statutory authorities for the execution of the projects, site visits, checking and certification
However, the only option to restore the building was for residential purposes, so they finally got approval since the National Building Code requires windows for any living space.
The BOCA National Building Code is more prevalent in the Midwest but is now being used in New Jersey and Connecticut.
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is encouraging the public to become more conscious and prepared for possible great earthquakes by making their new buildings and residential homes compliant with the National Building Code.
Adopt a national building code and approved designs for permanent, safe and disability-friendly schools;
Pyramid Award in the category of Public/Governmental Affairs - "Fighting National Home Builders To Add A Life Saving Sprinkler Requirement To The National Building Code," for National Fire Sprinkler Association.
The model building codes are the National Building Code, Standard Building Code, Uniform Building Code and International Building Code (NBC, SBC, UBC and IBC).
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is at present crafting the Green Building Code (GBC), a separate referral code adherent to the National Building Code and its IRR.
IFC is also helping the Philippine Department of Public Works and Highways in another project to develop measures for the existing National Building Code that will enable property owners and developers to build and operate more sustainable and cost-efficient buildings.
IFC also is helping the Philippine Department of Public Works and Highways update the National Building Code that will set minimum green feature requirements for new buildings, save energy and water resources, and support cost-efficient operations.

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