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WELCOME NEW Members!

RJJ

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Oct 17, 2009
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about 1' east of the white water
To All Members:

With a few changes we should see an increase in new members. It would be great to have new members post and tell us just what they do and give us the opportunity to welcome them into the forum. Please leave comments below.
 
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gerryalton

Guest
I'm also new to this. Hope I will get more new friends to share my ideas.
 

Harlequin

Member
Joined
Feb 22, 2011
Messages
1
Hey,

I'm new to the forums. I'm a newbie to passive fire stopping so I'm hoping to learn stuff from people that have been doing it for longer than I have. I'm still figuring out stuff so any stuff that I actually have questions about are going to be posted here and hopefully answered by you guys.
 

Grizzlybare

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Joined
Apr 27, 2011
Messages
4
Another newbie to the forum. I am a new owner of a commercial building filled with storefronts and potential multi-unit apartments upstairs. As is typical, I don't see eye to eye with the building inspector's interpretation of the 2006 IBC. Where do I start in my quest for knowledge regarding fire safety for mixed use building(s) in a 100+ year old building?
 

fatboy

Administrator
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Oct 17, 2009
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Location
Northern CO
Welcome to the forum........and the question might already be there, only in Existing Buildings forum. There's a post similar to your situation.
 

coloradocode

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May 9, 2011
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Location
Denver, CO
Just found out about this forum. Heard that it is the premier code forum out there. I am a code consultant in Denver and look forward to the discussions. It is always interesting to see how others look at the provisions of the code.
 

fatboy

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Oct 17, 2009
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Location
Northern CO
Thought I would make it a trifecta of CO postings........welcome aboard CC, you heard right, this IS the code forum to frequent.
 

mmmarvel

Moderator
Joined
Oct 29, 2009
Messages
338
Location
Houston, TX
coloradocode said:
Just found out about this forum. Heard that it is the premier code forum out there. I am a code consultant in Denver and look forward to the discussions. It is always interesting to see how others look at the provisions of the code.
Flattery will get you everywhere :)
 
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