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The 2014 Alberta Building Code has introduced new building classifications which permit the use of combustible construction in buildings up to 6 storeys, for both a Group C and a Group D occupancy
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  Alberta Building Code 2014 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ALBERTA BUILDING CODE 2014  HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ALBERTA BUILDING CODE 2014  INTRODUCTION Order of presentations Geoff Brownlie, Senior Building Inspector (Safety Codes Application) ã  Introduction and code background (Harmonization) Stephanie Martin, SCO –  Building (Safety Codes Application) ã Six Storey Combustible Buildings Joe Healy, SCO –  Building (Safety Codes Application) ã Radon Gas/Smoke Alarms/Exit signs John Wilson, SCO - Building (Safety Codes Application) ã Strata Space, NFPA 1142 and Hazardous Materials Nabil Habashy, SCO –  Building (Safety Codes Application) ã B occupancies –  Detention, Care and Treatment Kevan Jess, Flood Recover Manager(Safety Codes Application) ã B occupancies –  Detention, Care and Treatment Update on upcoming Guidelines (No Slides) Linnie Tse, Barrier Free Administrator ã New Barrier-free design requirements  HISTORY OF BUILDING CODE IN ALBERTA PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE…   Evolution of the code development system Past - First edition of the NBC in 1941 , revised in 1953 and has subsequently published new versions about every five years. The current NBC 2010 is the 13 th  edition. - First edition of the ABC in 1974 revised in 1977 and has subsequently published new versions about every five years. The current ABC 2014 is the 9 th  edition. - First edition of the National Fire Code Fire Code in 1963 - The Associate Committees on the National Building and Fire Code, were replace in 1991 replaced by the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes (CCBFC)
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