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NASH Standard Part 1:2016 Design Criteria - Alternative Solution

Abbreviation
NASH Standard Part 1:2016
Valid from
01/01/2016

Information provider
National Association of Steel Framed Housing
Author
National Association of Steel Framed Housing
Information type
Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This Standard is intended to be an alternative solution verification method to the New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) clause B1 Structure. It sets out design criteria for the steel-framing of low-rise buildings including houses and low-rise commercial buildings.

The 2016 edition of the NASH Standard Part 1:2016 is a revision of the 2010 edition that is currently an acceptable solution within the NZ Building code.

This edition is currently with MBIE and in the process to becoming an acceptable solution as a replacement of the 2010 edition.

The major developments of this edition of the NASH standard includes:

  • Limit state design to align with the AS/NZS 1170 series of Standards.
  • The introduction of serviceability criteria.
  • Tolerances for the manufacture of steel components and guidance on their installation to comply with the provisions given in this standard.
  • Guidance for calculating the self-weight of materials.

This Standard is part of a suite of NASH Standards alternative solutions which including the following: NASH Standard Part 1:2016 Design criteria. NASH Standard Part 2:2016 Non-specific Design of Light Steel-frame Buildings. NASH Building envelope solutions: 2016

Scope

This Standard sets out the structural design criteria, at both serviceability and ultimate limit states, for the design of low-rise steel-framed buildings.

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NASH Standard Part 1:2016 Design Criteria - Alternative Solution

Description

This Standard is intended to be an alternative solution verification method to the New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) clause B1 Structure. It sets out design criteria for the steel-framing of low-rise buildings including houses and low-rise commercial buildings.

The 2016 edition of the NASH Standard Part 1:2016 is a revision of the 2010 edition that is currently an acceptable solution within the NZ Building code.

This edition is currently with MBIE and in the process to becoming an acceptable solution as a replacement of the 2010 edition.

The major developments of this edition of the NASH standard includes:

  • Limit state design to align with the AS/NZS 1170 series of Standards.
  • The introduction of serviceability criteria.
  • Tolerances for the manufacture of steel components and guidance on their installation to comply with the provisions given in this standard.
  • Guidance for calculating the self-weight of materials.

This Standard is part of a suite of NASH Standards alternative solutions which including the following: NASH Standard Part 1:2016 Design criteria. NASH Standard Part 2:2016 Non-specific Design of Light Steel-frame Buildings. NASH Building envelope solutions: 2016

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NASH Standard Part 1:2016 Design Criteria - Alternative Solution
Description

This Standard is intended to be an alternative solution verification method to the New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) clause B1 Structure. It sets out design criteria for the steel-framing of low-rise buildings including houses and low-rise commercial buildings.

The 2016 edition of the NASH Standard Part 1:2016 is a revision of the 2010 edition that is currently an acceptable solution within the NZ Building code.

This edition is currently with MBIE and in the process to becoming an acceptable solution as a replacement of the 2010 edition.

The major developments of this edition of the NASH standard includes:

  • Limit state design to align with the AS/NZS 1170 series of Standards.
  • The introduction of serviceability criteria.
  • Tolerances for the manufacture of steel components and guidance on their installation to comply with the provisions given in this standard.
  • Guidance for calculating the self-weight of materials.

This Standard is part of a suite of NASH Standards alternative solutions which including the following: NASH Standard Part 1:2016 Design criteria. NASH Standard Part 2:2016 Non-specific Design of Light Steel-frame Buildings. NASH Building envelope solutions: 2016

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