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Library and Internet resources for construction topics.

Standards and Codes

  • For more information about standards in the ASU Library see: Standards Libguide
  • International Building Code
    K 3538 .I58 Science Reserve (ask at the Information Desk in Noble Library) and Several other ASU Libraries. 
  • Construction Market Data: State and Local Building Codes 
    National codes resource provides detailed information on building codes for all 50 states, major cities, and some counties. Includes information on codes and amendments as well as contact information for up to 17 authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs) in each market.

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