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Hi,

this is from NYC fire code. does anyone knows if there's a code for building more than 100 feet. Thanks

" 504.4 Rooftop Access and Obstructions
The rooftops of buildings 100 feet (30 480 mm) or less in height, except rooftops with a slope exceeding 20 degrees (0.35 rad) from the horizontal, shall be designed, installed, operated and maintained in accordance with this section and in a manner that avoids or minimizes obstructions that impede firefighting operations such as vertical ventilation of heat and smoke, surveillance of rear yards and courtyards, and rooftop-aided rescues. "
 

Lou

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Welcome to the forum, one of our members in the states may be able to help you out with this.

Have you tried contacting your local City Hall? Maybe they can help?
 

telectrix

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over here, we rarely have buildings that high. somewhere down south in the badlands of bandit country there's a place called "london". they have a few. mostly occupied by bankers, hedge fund managers, lawyers, stockbrokers and other associated parasitic riif-raff.
 

Megawatt

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Hi,

this is from NYC fire code. does anyone knows if there's a code for building more than 100 feet. Thanks

" 504.4 Rooftop Access and Obstructions
The rooftops of buildings 100 feet (30 480 mm) or less in height, except rooftops with a slope exceeding 20 degrees (0.35 rad) from the horizontal, shall be designed, installed, operated and maintained in accordance with this section and in a manner that avoids or minimizes obstructions that impede firefighting operations such as vertical ventilation of heat and smoke, surveillance of rear yards and courtyards, and rooftop-aided rescues. "
CCUDIAL my advice to you would be goggle the NFPA
 

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