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2010 Massachusetts Building Code for 1 and 2 Family Dwellings
- 8th Edition Amendments
Integrate These Amendments
with the 2009 International Codes for the Complete Massachusetts
8th Edition Massachusetts
Amendments for the 2009
International Codes. Published by the state of Massachusetts, these
amendments can be combined with the 2009 International Codes to
create a complete set of Massachusetts Building Codes. The following
codes are affected: 2009 International Building Code, 2009
International Existing Building Code, 2009 International Energy
Conservation Code, 2009 International Mechanical Code, and 2009
International Fire Code
International Building Code
IBC Building Code in Loose-leaf
The scope of 2009 International Building Code covers
all buildings except detached one and two family dwellings and
townhouses not more than 3 stories in height.
International Building Code comprehensive code features
time-tested safety concepts, structural, and fire and life
safety provisions covering means of egress, interior finish
requirements, comprehensive roof provisions, seismic engineering
provisions, innovative construction technology, occupancy
classifications, and the latest industry standards in material
design. It is founded on broad-based principles that make
possible the use of new materials and new building designs.
Bonus 2009 International
Building Code CD included! This CD contains helpful resources
such as: excerpts from code references, historical background on
code changes, informative articles from ICC's Building Safety
Journal, Internet links to many useful tools, and much more."
International Existing Building Code
IEBC Existing Building Code in Loose-leaf
2009 International Existing Building Code describes the requirements
needed to instill safety and stability in existing and historic
buildings – without requiring full compliance with the new construction
requirements in the building code.
The 2009 International Existing Building Code ®
contains requirements intended to encourage the use and reuse of
existing buildings by covering important topics such as repairs,
alterations, additions, and changes of occupancy, making this an ideal
addition to any code library.
International Energy Conservation Code
IECC Energy Conservation Code in Soft-cover
The 2009 International Energy Conservation
Code is the most current information on energy conservation code
requirements, refer to the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code®.
This highly beneficial resource fosters energy conservation through
efficiency in envelope design, mechanical systems, lighting systems, and
through the use of new materials and techniques.
With the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code
you'll have the most comprehensive and cutting-edge coverage. It is a
critical component of any code library, and establishes provisions that
adequately conserve energy, while minimizing any increase in
International Mechanical Code
IMC Mechanical Code in Loose-leaf
The 2009 International Mechanical Code is
the most current mechanical code that address the design and
installation of the most current mechanical systems, use the 2009
International Mechanical Code®.
The 2009 International Mechanical Code is designed to
provide comprehensive regulations for mechanical systems and equipment,
it includes coverage of HVAC, exhaust systems, chimneys and vents,
ducts, appliances, boilers, water heaters, refrigerators, hydronic
piping, and solar systems.
The 2009 International Mechanical Code reference uses
prescriptive- and performance- related provisions to establish minimum
regulations for a variety of systems.
International Fire Code
IFC Fire Code in Loose-leaf
The 2009 International Fire Code allow you to get up-to-date on the
critical regulations governing the safeguarding of life and property
from all types of fire and explosion hazards with the 2009 International
The newly updated 2009 International Fire
Code is the ultimate reference guide for addressing fire safety
in both new and existing buildings.
The 2009 International Fire Code uses
prescriptive- and performance- based approaches, and includes
coverage of general precautions against fire, emergency planning
and preparedness, fire department access, fire hydrants,
automatic sprinkler systems, fire alarm systems, and hazardous
materials storage and use.