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- NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions for New Buildings and Other Structures, 2009 Edition - Part 1 Provisions, Part 2 Commentary (FEMA P-750)
- Homebuilders' Guide to Earthquake-Resistant Design and Construction (FEMA 232)
- Primer for Design Professionals Communicating with Owners and Managers of New Buildings on Earthquake Risk (FEMA 389)
- NEHRP Recommended Provisions: Design Examples (FEMA 451)
- Training and Instructional Materials (FEMA 451B)
- Seismic Considerations for Steel Storage Racks Located in Areas Accessible to the Public (FEMA 460)
- Techniques for the Seismic Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings (FEMA 547)
- Building Disaster Prevention into the Cultural Fabric of the Developing World by Steven Forneris
- Designers, Reviewers, Builders, and Owners: We Are All Risk Mangers by Armin Wolski
- Designing Buildings: An Exercise in Risk Management, Part 2 by Armin Wolski
- Green Roofs: A New American Building System by Charles D. Miller
- The International Wildland-Urban Interface Code Can Help Reduce the Risk of Fire Problems
- Is there a Need to Enclose Elevator Lobbies in Tall Buildings? By Richard Bukowski
- Modern Seismic Building Codes for the Next 100 Years by John Henry
- Post-Earthquake Fires-the Ticking Time Bomb by Mark Kluver
- Accessible Means of Egress by ICC Codes & Standards Department
- Ten Rules of Fire Endurance Ratings by T. Z. Harmathy
- American Wood Council (AWC) DCA 4 – Component Additive Method (CAM) for Calculating and Demonstrating Assembly Fire Endurance