2012 International Building Code® Handbook

2015 International Building Code® Illustrated Handbook

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2015 International Building Code® Illustrated Handbook

by: Douglas W. Thornburg, AIA, John R. Henry, P.E.


Abstract: A comprehensive, full-color guide to the 2012 International Building Code technical provisions, including structural, nonstructural, and fire- and life-safety provisions. This visual guide makes it easy to understand and apply the complex International Building Code (IBC). The authors, both of the International Code Council (ICC), skillfully interpret all technical provisions of the code—structural and nonstructural, as well as the code's fire- and life-safety provisions. The handbook is updated to reflect the 2012 IBC revisions, provides the rationale behind the code provisions to clarify the intent and facilitate proper application and enforcement, includes more than 600 full-color illustrations, and helps you achieve full compliance with every aspect of the code.
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Title: 2012 International Building Code® Handbook

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan, New Delhi, San Juan, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto

Copyright / Pub. Date: 2013 McGraw-Hill Education LLC

ISBN: 9780071801317

Authors:

Douglas W. Thornburg, AIA is the Vice President and Technical Director of Product Development and Education, where he provides leadership in the technical development and positioning of support products, educational activities and certification programs for the Code Council (ICC). Prior to joining the ICC in 2004, Mr. Thornburg served as a code consultant and educator for building codes. He has been involved extensively in building code activities since 1980.

John R. Henry, P.E. is the Principal Staff Engineer with the International Code Council and has been with the association since 1997. During his tenure with ICC, he has worked for the code development department, technical services, government relations, training and education, and product development. Mr. Henry is currently responsible for the research, development, and authoring of technical resources related to the structural engineering provisions of the IBC and IRC and is an instructor of structural and framing seminars for the Code Council.

Description: A comprehensive, full-color guide to the 2012 International Building Code technical provisions, including structural, nonstructural, and fire- and life-safety provisions. This visual guide makes it easy to understand and apply the complex International Building Code (IBC). The authors, both of the International Code Council (ICC), skillfully interpret all technical provisions of the code—structural and nonstructural, as well as the code's fire- and life-safety provisions. The handbook is updated to reflect the 2012 IBC revisions, provides the rationale behind the code provisions to clarify the intent and facilitate proper application and enforcement, includes more than 600 full-color illustrations, and helps you achieve full compliance with every aspect of the code.