Series: International Fire Code

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International Fire Code 2000 by International ... Council2000
International Fire Code 2003 by International ... Council2003
2006 International Fire Code by International ... Council2006
2009 International Building Code (International Code Council Series) by International ... Council2009

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  1. International Building Code 2000 by International ... Council (2000)
  2. Significant Changes to the International Building Code: 2009 Edition by Doug Thornburg (2006)
  3. Illustrated 2000: Building Code Handbook by Terry Patterson (2001)
  4. Uniform Building Code Compliance Manual by Scott Parish (1999)
  5. Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the International Building Code by Francis D. K. Ching (2003)
  6. The Building Regulations: Explained and Illustrated by M. J. Billington (2007)
  7. International Urban-Wildland Interface Code 2003 by International Code Council (2003)
  8. Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings by Benjamin Stein (1971)
  9. NFPA 70 Handbook: National Electrical Code, 2008 Edition by National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) (2008)
  10. NFPA 101: Life Safety Code Handbook, 2000 Edition by Ron Coté (editor) (2000)
  11. International Energy Conservation Code, 2000 (1999)
  12. Architectural Graphic Standards by Charles George Ramsey (1941)
  13. International Fire Code 2000 by International Code Council (2000)
  14. Uniform Building Code Standards, 1991 (International Conference of Building Officials//Uniform Building Code Standards) (1991)
  15. Fire Protection Handbook, 2003 Edition by Arthur E. Cote (1986)

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