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NZS 4229:1986 Code of practice for concrete masonry buildings not requiring specific design

Abbreviation
NZS 4229:1986
Amendment
NZS 4229:1986A2 . - This amendment must be purchased separately. . NZS 4229:1986A1 . - This amendment must be purchased separately. . NZS 4229:1986E1 . - This amendment must be purchased separately. .
Valid from
01/01/1986
Replaces

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF


Description

Sets down the structural requirements for buildings not requiring specific design where the foundations and some or all of the walls in any storey are constructed of masonry, and the floors, ceilings and roof are constructed of light timber frame, with the exception that the ground floor can be a concrete slab-on-ground.Reprinted incorporating Amendment 1 and Erratum.

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NZS 4229:1986 Code of practice for concrete masonry buildings not requiring specific design

Description

Sets down the structural requirements for buildings not requiring specific design where the foundations and some or all of the walls in any storey are constructed of masonry, and the floors, ceilings and roof are constructed of light timber frame, with the exception that the ground floor can be a concrete slab-on-ground.Reprinted incorporating Amendment 1 and Erratum.

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NZS 4229:1986 Code of practice for concrete masonry buildings not requiring specific design
Description

Sets down the structural requirements for buildings not requiring specific design where the foundations and some or all of the walls in any storey are constructed of masonry, and the floors, ceilings and roof are constructed of light timber frame, with the exception that the ground floor can be a concrete slab-on-ground.Reprinted incorporating Amendment 1 and Erratum.

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