ASTM Standards in Building Codes is now available.
Press Release Summary:
June 11, 2009 - Available in print, DVD, and online, 46th Edition of ASTM Standards in Building Codes contain more than 1,300 ASTM construction standards to give users tools needed to design and construct buildings that satisfy international code requirements established by ICC®. Other references include National Research Council Canada, International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials, MASTERSPEC®, BSD SpecLink®, NFPA5000(TM), and SPECTEXT® Master Guide Specifications.
Original Press Release
Latest Edition of ASTM Standards in Building Codes is Now Available
Press release date: June 8, 2009
o The International Codes published by ICC®;
o National Building Code of Canada-National Research Council Canada;
o Uniform Plumbing Code and Uniform Mechanical Code-International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials;
o BSD SpecLink®;
o NFPA5000(TM) - Building Construction and Safety Code(TM); and
o SPECTEXT® Master Guide Specifications. Copies of ASTM Standards in Building Codes, 46th Edition, are available in three different formats: Online Subscriptions:
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