Location on Property. Powered by Social Snap. Every building, whether existing or hereafter Occupancy erected, shall be classified by the Building Official accord- Classified ing to its use or the character of its occupancy, as a building of Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, or J, as defined in Chapters 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15, respectively.
Group E Occupancies shall be: Division 1. Group C Occupancies Defined Design and other Detailed Requirements are found in Chapters Every post or brace shall be thoroughly secured to a foot plate, which shall be of sound wood not less than two inches by six inches 2" x 6" in cross section laid solidly on the ground at right angles to the front of the stand and forming the base for each line of posts.
Exterior Plastering: Backing Special Inspections Faced Wall is a wall in which the masonry facing and backing are so bonded as to exert a common action under load. Such porch shall be at least 50 per cent open on at least one side. Group A Occupancies Defined Whenever there is insufficient evidence of corn- Tests pliance with the provisions of this Code or evidence that any material or any construction does not conform to the requirements of this Code, or in order to substantiate claims for alternate materials or methods of construction, the Building Official may require tests as proof of compliance to be made at the expense of the owner or his agent by an approved agency.
Occupancies in which the personal liberties of inmates or patients are restrained within the building shall have floors of incombustible construction. When exterior covering is of approved weatherproof panels. This tour is included for free with the purchase of the New York Passa tourist discount card.
Forms and Details of Construction. Dry cleaning plants in which highly flammable solvents are used or stored shall be of Type I construction and shall not exceed one story in height. No single floor area shall exceed that permitted for. Copy Link. Group H Occupancies shall be: Occupancies Hotels, apartment houses, dormitories, lodging houses.
All openings in such separations shall be protected on one side by Class "B" fire doors, and such doors shall be kept normally closed.