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2017 City of LA Building Code Complete

2017 City of Los Angeles Building Code Complete

You’ll get the 2016 California Building Code (Title 24 Part 2, Volume 1 and 2) and the 2017 City of Los Angeles Building Code Amendment.

Price: $389.99
Product Code/ISBN: 5890L17
Year: 2017
Publisher: International Code Council

Stay up-to-date and current with this ultimate Los Angeles building complete code package.  You’ll get the 2016 California Building Code (Title 24 Part 2, Volume 1 and 2) and the 2017 City of Los Angeles Building Code Amendment.  Joined together in one complete set for your convenience, you will stay current and safe with these two books.  The 2016 California Building Code contains the complete text of the 2015 International Building Code as well as the changes and additions for the state of California.  The changes are marked clearly to see the difference for California.  Some of the changes in this edition include alternative solutions for the preservation of qualified historical buildings, reconstruction of buildings or structures designated as qualified historical buildings, the restoration, rehabilitation, or relocation of history buildings and many more topics!


About the ICC: The International Code Council was formed in 1994, with the intention of being a non-profit organization which would research and develop a single set of construction codes.  The organization was founded by International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO), Building Officials and Code Administrators International, Inc. (BOCA), and Southern Building Code Congress International, Inc. (SBCCI).  Before the ICC was formed, these three organizations developed three different model codes that were used throughout the United States.  There came a need for one standard of code, which created the need for the ICC.  They created a blanket code for the United States, but also without regional boundaries which is the International Code.  Today fifty states and the District of Columbia all use the International Codes provided by the ICC.  Their mission is to “protect the health, safety, and welfare of people by creating safe buildings and communities.” The organization has continued to dedicate itself to the development of standards and codes used in design build projects to create a structurally safe and sound environment for all involved.