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Where to find IBC 2000?

Where to find IBC 2000?

Where to find IBC 2000?

Dear forum members,

Can I find IBC 2000 or parts of it somehwere on the net? Or any other way to get it?

Please let me know. Thanks so much..


RE: Where to find IBC 2000?

Not without paying for it. LOL

There are many book stores that are on line that would be delighted to sell and ship you a copy. I have a three ring binder copy and I use it occasionally.

Try: http://bnibooks.com/

Do search, I found many IBC publications listed.

RE: Where to find IBC 2000?

Here is the addy to the ICC for books:

The electronic versions are available at the ICC "E" store:

RE: Where to find IBC 2000?

I have the same problem, because I`m looking for the specification about seismic forces indicates in the IBC 2000.  I´m from Chile and I´d like speak whit sameone who could help me.

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