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H1, E3 and mixed construction - Build 109(2008)

Abbreviation
H1, E3 and mixed construction
Valid from
01/12/2008

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´╗┐BRANZ Limited
Information type
BUILD article
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Description

Current building designs often incorporate a mixture of construction types both non-solid (timber-framed) and solid (such as solid timber, concrete or masonry). How is compliance with Clause H1 demonstrated for these designs?

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H1, E3 and mixed construction - Build 109(2008)

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Current building designs often incorporate a mixture of construction types both non-solid (timber-framed) and solid (such as solid timber, concrete or masonry). How is compliance with Clause H1 demonstrated for these designs?

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H1, E3 and mixed construction - Build 109(2008)
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Current building designs often incorporate a mixture of construction types both non-solid (timber-framed) and solid (such as solid timber, concrete or masonry). How is compliance with Clause H1 demonstrated for these designs?

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H1, E3 and mixed construction - Build 109(2008)

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