Do all buildings have to aply fire safety approval? If not - which? What legislation does it cover?
To better answer the question, are you in the USA, or which Country?
OHHH I am not an engineer, so you can discount my reply if you want, and I cannot do math.
Yes, the question is for the USA .
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Re: Building classification on fire safety
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OHHH I am not an engineer, so you can discount my reply if you want, and I
cannot do math.
Click on this profile cdafd . I have no confidence. Seems foolish or
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The building will be designed and approved per the building and fire code adopted by either the
Depending on how that area is set up. Some US states adopt a code state wide, some allow each city to adopt a code, and in some instances no code is adopted, so those areas do not have any regulation.
During and once the building is built, there are various inspections done.
Not sure if that is what you are looking for??
If not restate the question
Cda, do you work for NFPA? If not what is your area of expertise?
Under Federal 702, I have not been deemed an expert.
Thank you very much.
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Datum: 05.11.2018 14:45
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