A unique visual approach to interpreting and applying the 2006 International Plumbing and Sewage Code
While other plumbing code books are annotated guides filled with almost as much legalese as the code itself, this is the only book to use illustrations as the basis for explanation, a bulleted format for text, and real-world case studies to explain how to apply and interpret the 2006 International Plumbing and Sewage Code.
Illustrations that allow pros to quickly comprehend complicated information
Written in plain English with all text presented in bulleted format, this book makes the codes accessible to a wider variety of tradesmen, managers, architects and engineers than other books
Plenty of short, to-the-point case studies that illustrate how to interpret complex code information
Terry L. Patterson is a licensed architect and the W. Edwin Bryan, Jr. Professor of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma. He has more than 30 years of professional and teaching experience, and is the author of a dozen books on subjects including Frank Lloyd Wright, the philosophy of building materials, the teaching and practice of architectural technology, and building codes.