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SEI is asking for you to contact your local building officials and ask them to support ASCE 7-16 during the ICC Online Governmental Consensus Voting in November 2016 by voting YES to Adopt ASCE 7-16 As Submitted.
Proposed changes to include:
Learn more from ASCE 7-16 Chair
Ron Hamburger’s recent editorial in Structure Magazine.
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