Buildingteam.com Codes Database
Consulting engineers and contractors will find a valuable database of codes
at Buildingteam.com. A huge list of all 50 states and hundreds of major
cities has information on building, structural, mechanical, electrical, and
fire codes, among others. Licensing requirements for each state are also
given. A very short, free registration process is required to access the
codes database. To learn about non-residential construction projects in the
pre-bid phase, Buildingteam.com has a nation-wide project locator (with many
search criteria) that will help narrow the results. Anyone considering
starting a construction project can use the site's Preliminary Project Cost
Data calculator. This handy tool allows the user to input the building type,
location, and the approximate square footage; and the total project cost is
determined. This site is also reviewed in the March 29, 2002 _NSDL Math,
Engineering, and Technology Report_. [CL]
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