I have reviewed a new museum - type IIB, fully sprinklered and now a bid package has come through for the exhibits...many of which contain dimensional lumber framing (may or may not be fire treated), logs for a Tipi (Indian lodging), etc. Does the building code allow items such as these or does the fire code govern? They are not "permenant" like walls but they are substantial and could fall under interior finish requiremements. Any comments? Thanks!
Most all of these type buildings have combustable displays, the fully sprinklered building is the protection, and the control of extention cords and Smoking inside the structure, annual Fire Safety inspections and thier Insurance Carrier will mandate by cost how flammable the displays become.
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