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International Building Codes

Trying to find a particular International Building Code?  Jenkins Law Library owns all the current editions (2015) of the International Building Code, Fire Code and Plumbing Code, etc., as well as previous editions back to at least 2000 for most titles.  Search the catalog to find specific titles.  Jenkins also owns copies of all the Building Codes that the Philadelphia City Council has adopted since 1983.

For help finding these or any other resources, contact us at 215.574.1505, research@jenkinslaw.org or chat with us.

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