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bd40bc7c7a The maximum exit width required from any story of a building shall be maintained. No change in the size or shape of a masonry chimney where the chimney passes through the roof shall be made within a distance of 15 centimeters (6 inches) above or below the roof joists or rafters. (7) Control. Springs shall not be stressed more than 50 per cent of their rated capacity and shall not be located directly in the air stream, nor exposed to the elements. Railings shall be built substantially and should be at least 1.00 meter (3 feet, 3 inches) in height. SECTION 8. (b) Elevator Enclosures. SECTION 3.01.05: Allowable Floor Areas (a) Areas of One-Story Buildings and Building Over One Story. (d) Exterior doors and windows shall have three-fourths-hour fire-resistive rating for all types of construction. No sign shall obstruct any opening to such an extent that light or ventilation is reduced to a point below that required by this Code.
chan robles virtual law library (2) Size. The provisions herein shall apply to every exit door serving an area having an occupant load more than 10, or serving hazardous rooms or areas. Aisles shall terminate in a cross aisle, foyer, or exit. This slab shall be not less than 10 centimeters (4 inches) thick and shall be supported by incombustible materials or reinforced to carry its own weight and all imposed loads. SECTION 6.01.03: Projection of Balconies and Appendages Over Streets (a) The extent of any projection over an affected alley or street shall be uniform within a block and shall conform to the limitations set forth in Table 6.01-A: Projection of balconies and Appendages (Annex B). SECTION 10.03.09: Awnings and Canopies (a) Plastics of materials appropriate to use according to flame-spread characteristics may be utilized in awnings and canopies, and all such awnings and canopies shall be constructed in accordance with provisions governing projections and appendages specified in this Code. (5) Height. Signs shall be located not less than 1.80 meters (6 feet) horizontally or 3.60 meters (12 feet) vertically from overhead electrical conductors which are energized in excess of 750 volts. Any building or structure moved within or into any fire zone shall be made to comply with all the requirements for buildings of that fire zone.