NZS 4229:1999

Concrete masonry buildings not requiring specific engineering design

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Sets down the structural requirements for buildings not requiring specific design, where the foundations of some or all of the walls, in any storey are constructed of masonry, and the floors, ceilings and roof are constructed of light timber frame, with the exception that the ground floor can be a concrete slab-on-ground.

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Amendment history

Supersedes

Publishing information

Status: SUPERSEDED

Published: 29/09/1999

Pages: 200

Committee:  P4210/4229

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Building (Designation Of Building Work Licence Classes) Order 2007 (Revoked)

Ministry:  Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment: Building Systems Performance
Section:  3 Interpretation, Schedule Part 1, and Schedule Part 4

Citation Context:
NZS 4229:1999 means the New Zealand standard on Concrete masonry buildings not requiring specific engineering design as amended by NZS 4229:1999A1: Amendment 1 ; A category 1 building is a building … and (2)that is a new structure that complies with, or is an existing building that complies with the scope limitations of, NZS 3604:1999, or NZS 4229:1999, or both …

Building Code Compliance Document E1

Ministry:  Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment: Building Systems Performance
Section:  AS1

Licensed Building Practitioners Rules 2007

Ministry:  Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment: Building Systems Performance
Section:  Schedule 1

Citation Context:
Included in Performance Indicators for Licence Class Design 1, and Bricklaying and Blocklaying

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