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Reply by Jon Rose

A janitors closet is a work space and not the same as a storage closet which is generally 24" deep. The Janitors closet and any...

Reply by Stu_SLO

Actually you are correct but I am not seeing where the Bldg Code points you to ASCE 7-10. It points you to ASTM C635 and ASTM C636 which...

Reply by ADA_guy

RL, to add to this thread: "how far can the back wall of a room be from the exit door if the room is <1,000 sq. Ft. and an "F"...

Reply by SBS_Architect

I suggest you demo part of the existing walk where you are going to tie-in. Create a level landing at the intersection of the two...
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Reply by RonU

You can warp new const to 2% at join to exist. At the join r/r width of new by width of existing and warp from 2% at join to exist.

Reply by rlga_AZ

It was in the old UBC and did not make the transition to the IBC. The 2000 and 2003 editions of the IBC had other graphs there were used...
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Reply by CB

Thank you Stu_SLO!!! I was looking into the 2013 CBC and this section is 1008.1.1.

Reply by Stu_SLO

I have always looked at them as employee works area (CBC 11 B-206.2.8 or ADAAG 206.2.8.) Also do a search for Storage

Reply by rlga_AZ

1) Travel within an exit (i.e., enclosed exit stairway or ramp, exit passageway, exterior exit stair) is also not included in the travel...
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Reply by hnQ

Thank you Mr. Geren. What a surprise I ran into you again. We exchanged emails a long while ago, >10 yrs, when I was a student (I am...

Reply by rlga_AZ

Since no one else has responded, I'll make an attempt at it. I have no clue what this drawing is trying to depict. The scale is all over...
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