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CEU Balcony and Roof Railings and the Code: Maintain, Repair, or Replace? Exam
EXAM – Balcony and Roof Railings and the Code: Maintain, Repair, or Replace?
AIA Continuing Education Hoffmann Architects JOURNAL Volume 34, Number 1, 2017. This AIA Continuing Education course qualifies for 1 AIA LU/HSW (health, safety, welfare) learning unit hour from the American Institute of Architects, AIA CEU.
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#1. For railings deemed historic or architecturally significant, ________ are often preferred.
#2. Railings that do not include the provision to expand and contract under thermal stress can self-destruct under restraint.
#3. Stainless steel provides corrosion resistance due to the addition of _____ to the alloy.
#4. The National Park Service Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties suggests that railing additions should:
#5. One key difference between the 2015 IBC and the 2014 NYC Building Code is that only New York:
#6. Beginning with Cycle 8, New York City Facade Inspection Safety Program/Local Law 11 balcony railing statements must be filed separately as supplemental reports.
#7. Energy codes have indirectly impacted railing height by requiring:
#8. One stipulation of the International Existing Building Code (IEBC) is:
#9. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standard 1910.29 specifies which strength requirement for the TOP rail?
#10. The International Building Code (IBC) 2006 edition allowed top rail openings up to 8” diameter, but the 2015 IBC limits them to: