2012 International Codes and References

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  1. 2012 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code™ (ISPSC™)

    2012 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code™ (ISPSC™)

    The first comprehensive swimming pool code coordinated with the current requirements in the International Codes® and APSP standards. Developed with the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP), the ISPSC will establish minimum regulations for public and residential pools, spas, and hot tubs using prescriptive and performance-related provisions.

    More benefits of the ISPSC:

    • Seamless integration with the most widely used model codes in North America, the International Building Code® (IBC®) and International Residential Code® (IRC®).
    • Meets or exceeds the requirements of the federal Virginia Graeme Baker Act for suction entrapment safety.
    • Covers fencing, decks, lighting, heaters, circulation systems, pumps, accessibility, diving, sanitizing equipment, filters, and suction fittings.
    • Includes provisions for pools and facilities geared specifically for water parks, along with provisions based on the latest research for diving, barriers, general design, and water quality safety.
    • All necessary provisions in one book. The ISPSC combines the provisions of the relevant sections of the IRC, IBC, IPC®, and IMC®, and the APSP standards, serving as a fully-integrated document for pool and spa safety.

    Top 10 Benefits of the ISPSC:

    1. The only comprehensive model swimming pool and spa code available.
    2. Provides Virginia Graeme Baker Act compliance by reference to APSP-7.
    3. Utilizes time-proven APSP ANSI standards by reference and integration.
    4. Contains barrier, decking and lighting provisions coordinating with the International Building Code (IBC).
    5. Covers all types of aquatic vessels including residential and public pools, portable and in-ground spas, water parks, exercise spas, and hot tubs.
    6. Updated fencing and barrier requirements integrate with IBC and International Residential Code (IRC) provisions.
    7. Incorporates provisions based on the latest research for diving, barriers, general design, and water quality safety.
    8. Requires portable spas be certified to latest industry standards eliminating the need to inspect inaccessible interior components.
    9. The first swimming pool and spa code to address aquatic recreation facilities.
    10. The first swimming pool and spa code to include an energy standard for residential portable electric spas and for residential in-ground swimming pools and spas.

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    As low as: $56.00

  2. 2012 International Green Construction Code™ (IgCC™)

    2012 International Green Construction Code™ (IgCC™)

    Cooperating Sponsors:
    American Institute of Architects (AIA)
    ASTM International
    U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
    Illuminating Engineering Society (IES)

    The IgCC is…

    The IgCC is the first model code that includes sustainability measures for the entire construction project and its site — from design through construction, certificate of occupancy and beyond. The new code is expected to make buildings more efficient, reduce waste, and have a positive impact on health, safety and community welfare.

    The IgCC provides…

    Baseline Green Requirements
    The IgCC creates a regulatory framework for new and existing buildings, establishing minimum green requirements for buildings and complementing voluntary rating systems which may extend beyond the customizable baseline of the IgCC. The code acts as an overlay to the existing set of International Codes, including provisions of the International Energy Conservation Code and ICC-700, the National Green Building Standard, and incorporates ASHRAE Standard 189.1 as an alternate path to compliance.

    Economic Benefits
    Green construction creates jobs and contributes to economic growth according, according to the U.S. Green Building Council Green Jobs Study. In addition, there is no significant difference in the average life cycle cost for green buildings as compared to non-green buildings, according to research by the global construction consultants firm Davis Langdon.

    Professional Development & Technical Support
    Training, certification exams and contractor testing on the key elements of the IgCC are currently being offered by ICC, with additional professional development and technical support materials under development.

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    As low as: $99.00

  3. 2012 ISPSC Code and Commentary

    2012 ISPSC Code and Commentary

    A practical tool that helps you to master the code you deal with every day!

    This comprehensive publication provides a convenient reference for regulations in the 2012 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code™ (ISPSC™). Presented in an easy-to-reference format the commentary includes the full text of the code, including tables and figures, followed by corresponding commentary at the end of each section in one document. Every chapter begins with "General Comments" and "Purpose" sections followed by code and commentary to subsequent sections, tables and figures.

    This in-depth publication focuses on providing the full meaning and implications of the 2012 ISPSC™. The commentaries are designed to suggest the most effective method of application, and the consequences of not adhering to the code.

    This is an excellent reference for code officials, engineers, architects, inspectors, plans examiners, contractors and anyone who needs a better understanding of the 2012 ISPSC™.

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    As low as: $68.00

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