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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. "
 
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