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Building Code Clause B1 - Structure

Abbreviation
NZBC B1
Valid from
01/07/1992

Information provider
Parliamentary Counsel Office
Information type
Legislation
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PDF

Description

Building Code Clause B1 Structure, requires buildings to withstand likely loads, including wind, earthquake, live and dead loads (people and building contents). This clause sets requirements around the combination of loads that buildings, building elements and sitework are likely to experience during construction, alteration and throughout their lives. The performance requirements outline how buildings should be stable, not degrade and withstand physical conditions to protect lives and other property. It makes due allowance for the intended use of a building, the consequence of failure and other limitations.

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Building Code Clause B1 - Structure

Description

Building Code Clause B1 Structure, requires buildings to withstand likely loads, including wind, earthquake, live and dead loads (people and building contents). This clause sets requirements around the combination of loads that buildings, building elements and sitework are likely to experience during construction, alteration and throughout their lives. The performance requirements outline how buildings should be stable, not degrade and withstand physical conditions to protect lives and other property. It makes due allowance for the intended use of a building, the consequence of failure and other limitations.

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Building Code Clause B1 - Structure
Description

Building Code Clause B1 Structure, requires buildings to withstand likely loads, including wind, earthquake, live and dead loads (people and building contents). This clause sets requirements around the combination of loads that buildings, building elements and sitework are likely to experience during construction, alteration and throughout their lives. The performance requirements outline how buildings should be stable, not degrade and withstand physical conditions to protect lives and other property. It makes due allowance for the intended use of a building, the consequence of failure and other limitations.

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Building Code Clause B1 - Structure

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