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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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Reply by BrentWiese

Thanks guys! Yep, nice and warm here, beautiful day outside my window right now. The stage is placed on one leg of an existing...
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Reply by Stu_SLO

Hey there Brent, hope all is well on the other side of the world. I am not following how the centerline shown is actually the centerline...

Reply by BerkeleyBob

I understand they are calling out the width dimension from curb to curb but isn't this too narrow if it's 4.3 ft. wide at majority and...
BerkeleyBob

Reply by Jun Katagiri

Thank you both for the input. They are both good solutions that work. It is interesting no manufacturer seems to be interested in...

Reply by BrentWiese

It is possible. Start with a shallow sink, with the hole that seats towards the rear of the bowl. Then one of the major disposal...
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Comment by M. Handler,Architect

NOT CODE but, One rule of thumb is to assign a maximum draw of 1.5 amps to each receptacle, which allows for 10 receptacles on a 20-amp ...
M. Handler,Architect

Comment by M. Handler,Architect

Mike CEC Section 220.14(I) covers all receptacle outlets except for receptacles in dwellings
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Reply by Annette

Considering this to be a 2nd story will affect the allowable area of the building. Currently, the design does not allow for full...

Reply by Stu_SLO

If I am reading the plans correctly, I am not seeing where the upper floor actually extends into the theaters so I think it is a 2nd...

Reply by Annette

With a fresh cup of coffee to aid in my thoughts, I clearly see the acceptance of enclosing the rooms at the mezzanine level since...

Reply by Annette

Thank you STU_SLO. I did look over the previous mezzanine post but my current project seems a bit more complicated. The project is a...

Reply by Stu_SLO

a floor plan of the room below and the mezzanine would be helpful in answering your questions. Q2 You can have enclosed rooms on the...

Comment by Mike K

Per 213 CEC section 220.14 (I) 10 outlets on a 15-A receptacle circuit, 13 outlets on a 20-A receptacle circuit. Mike Kinslow MCP...

Comment by Scott Davis

The National Electrical Code section 220.14(J) covers receptacles in a dwelling. These loads are already included in the "Lighting and...

Reply by Stu_SLO

Thanks Jim but those exceptions are for EXIT ACCESS STAIRWAYS and the discussion is related to required exit stairs which are called...

Reply by edkemper

Let's look at a condensed CA history of Civil Rights Enforcement: Remember the Second Amendment? Remember the Black Panthers? Let's see,...
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