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HELP - Need fixture table from 1980 SBCCI Standard Plumbing Code

Discussion in 'Commercial Plumbing Codes' started by Builder Bob, Jun 15, 2018.

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    Builder Bob Sawhorse

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    I can download a copy of this from ICC for 96 $$$$ I only need the fixture count table for a secondary school.
     
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    BB, The closest we have is the 1985 which requires 1 water closet for each 45 females and 1 per 100 males. The Table, 922.2 lists under urinals - 1 per 30 males or less, under lavatories - 1 per 60 persons and it looks like one drinking fountain for each 3 classrooms but not less than one each floor. GPE
     
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    Builder Bob Sawhorse

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    Thanks Georgia Plans Examiner - Interestingly enough, the State Office allowed us to use a copy of their green book (construction Standards" from 1983 that does not even closely resemble anything out of the 1980 SPC much less the table you quoted; Which by the way (after spending 95 $ on download) is identical to the information you presented from the 1985 SPC.
     

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