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2017 County of Los Angeles Building Code Complete

2017 County of Los Angeles Building Code Complete

Never worry about potential safety or security hazards with the 2017 County of Los Angeles Building Code Complete set!  Included in this set are the 2017 County of Los Angeles Building Code Amendment and the 2016 California Building Code (Title 24, Part 2, Volumes 1 and 2).

Price: $368.99
Product Code/ISBN: 5801L17
Year: 2017
Publisher: IBC


Keeping your building up to code is one of the most important aspects of running a place of business. Never worry about potential safety or security hazards with the 2017 County of Los Angeles Building Code Complete set!  Included in this set are the 2017 County of Los Angeles Building Code Amendment and the 2016 California Building Code (Title 24, Part 2, Volumes 1 and 2).  Staying up to date with the building code is extremely essential and important to your business.  Outlined in these codes are new safety practices, safety materials, standards for buildings, and other updated policies that will keep you and your workers safe from harm.  These codes are created and corrected by the International Building Code, and organization you can trust.  So don’t delay in getting your copy of the 2017 County of Los Angeles Building Code Complete and keeping your company from being as out of harm's way as they can be!

 

About the International Building Code: The IBC’s main directive is to make sure they preserve the public health and safety that protects us from hazards that are associated with the building atmosphere.  Their codes and standards address the design and installation of innovative materials that are supposed to meet or go above and beyond of the pubic health codes and requirements.  The IBC is known for the safety and ease of use that they convey in each and every one of their code additions and changes.  Every three years the IBC revises their codes through the ICC’s (International Code Council) consensus code development process.  This process involves hundreds of professionals in their field of expertise to help create a relevant and safe code for everyone to use.  The IBC is used in all 50 states and even Guam, Northern Marianas Islands, New York City, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia.