Synopses & Reviews
The 2006 ICC Performance Code For Buildings and Facilities presents regulations based on outcome rather than prescription. It encourages new design methods by allowing a broader parameter for meeting the intent of the International Codes.
About the Author
ICC is a leading organization dedicated to developing a single set of comprehensive and coordinated national model construction codes. 48 states have adopted various International Codes from ICC.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1:General Administrative Provisions. Chapter 2: Definitions Chapter 3: Design Performance Levels Chapter 4: Reliability and Durability Chapter 5: Stability Chapter 6: Fire Safety Chapter 7: Pedestrian Circulation Chapter 8: Safety of Users Chapter 9: Moisture Chapter 10: Interior Environment Chapter 11: Mechanical Chapter 12: Plumbing Chapter 13: Fuel Gas Chapter 14: Electricity Chapter 15: Energy Efficiency Chapter 16: Fire Prevention Chapter 17: Fire Impact Management Chapter 18: Management of People Chapter 19: Means of Egress Chapter 20: Emergency Notification, Access and Facilities Chapter 21: Emergency Responder Safety Chapter 22: Hazardous Materials