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  1. NYC Building Bulletin 2015-17 and Fire Rated Exterior Openings

    apply, the type of fire rated glazing allowed and how much fire rated glazing can be used.  Read more. ... requirements for lot line openings to help designers and consultants understand when fire rated requirements ...

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    workflows make accessing and sharing 3D model information easy and intuitive for every single person on the ... job site to use for planning, tracking, and verification. Create custom QR code viewpoints in both ... Navigate directly to a location by picking from the map Can load large models by breaking it up into chunks ...

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  7. Recent NFPA 80 updates clarify fire rated applications

    The construction industry refers to the IBC model building codes and NFPA 80 and 101 guidelines for the correct and code-approved applications of fire-rated assemblies. Unfortunately, code confusion has led to misapplications of fire rated glass and frami ...

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