Building Codes Illustrated for Healthcare Facilities : A Guide to Understanding the 2006 International Building Code
- Paperback | 432 pages
- 215.9 x 287 x 27.9mm | 1,133.99g
- 13 Apr 2007
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- John Wiley & Sons Ltd
- Chichester, United Kingdom
- 1. Auflage
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The construction industry is evolving a single set ofinternational building codes. Now, more than ever, architects needan interpretive guide to understand how the building code affectsthe early design of specific projects. One in a series of focusedguides to building codes from Wiley, this book familiarizes codeusers with the 2006 International Building Code(R) (IBC) as itapplies to healthcare facilities.
Early understanding and incorporation of code-compliant designprovisions in a project is essential. This book provides healthcaredesign professionals--architects, engineers, and other relateddesign professionals--with an understanding of how theInternational Building Code was developed, and how it is likely tobe interpreted when applied to the design and construction ofhealthcare facilities.
Building Codes Illustrated for Healthcare Facilitiesfeatures:
A user-friendly visual format that makes finding theinformation you need quick and easyNearly 900 illustrations, by architectural illustrator StevenJuroszek in the style of noted illustrator and author Frank Ching, that help visualize and explain the codesText written by experienced experts who have been instrumentalin gaining acceptance for the new unified building codeA guide to navigating the new code plus complete coverage ofall key aspects of the IBC
The newly adopted International Building Code is similar but byno means identical to the three model codes that most practitionershave used in the past. Building Codes Illustrated for HealthcareFacilities is an essential companion to the IBC for emergingpractitioners seeking to master the full scope of acceptedknowledge in the field, and for experienced practitioners needingto understand the similarities and differences between the familiarmodel codes and the new IBC.
Table of contents
1 Building Codes.
2 Navigating the Code.
3 Use and Occupancy.
4 Special Uses and Occupancies.
5 Building Heights and Areas.
6 Types of Construction.
7 Fire-Resistive Construction.
8 Interior Finishes.
9 Fire-Protection Systems.
10 Means of Egress.
12 Interior Environment.
13 Energy Efficiency.
14 Exterior Walls.
15 Roof Assemblies.
16 Structural Provisions.
17 Structural Tests and Special Conditions.
18 Soils and Foundations.
19 Building Materials and Systems (IBC Chapters 19 30).
20 Existing Structures (IBC Chapter 34).
About Francis D. K. Ching
David S. Collins, FAIA, has more than thirty years of experience in architecture, code interpretation, building code development, and building code consultation. An architect, Collins founded The Preview Group, an architectural practice specializing in providing regulatory solutions, in Cincinnati in 1986. Collins is the manager of the AIA's Codes Advocacy Program and is past secretary of the AIA, past president of AIA/Ohio, and a recipient of the AIA/Ohio Gold Medal.
Steven P. Juroszek, AIA, is an associate professor and serves as undergraduate curriculum coordinator in the School of Architecture at Montana State University. A registered architect, Juroszek assisted Frank Ching in authoring Design Drawing (Wiley).
Francis D.K. Ching, Series Advisor, is a registered architect and a professor at the University of Washington. He is the author or coauthor of numerous architecture and design books, including A Global History of Architecture; Architectural Graphics; Building Construction Illustrated; Architecture: Form, Space, and Order; A Visual Dictionary of Architecture; and Design Drawing, all published by Wiley. With Steve Winkel, Ching is coauthor of Building Codes Illustrated, Second Edition.
The International Code Council (R) (ICC (R)), a membership association dedicated to building safety and fire prevention, develops the codes used to construct residential and commercial buildings, including homes and schools. Most U.S. cities, counties, and states that adopt codes choose the International Codes developed by the ICC (R). The ICC (R) mission is to provide the highest quality codes, standards, products, and services for all concerned with the safety and performance of the built environment.