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Standardized Guidelines by Building Type: Volume Iv

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Feb 5, 2014
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9781491826591
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The author wrote 3 volumes of Guidelines Vol. I for New Buildings, Vol. II Alteration type I and Directive 14, Vol. III Education. This is the reason for register architects and professional engineers to use this guidelines necessary for orientation before bringing the job to the City for approval.

The new book contains guidelines for Restaurants, Banquet Halls, Cabarets, Cafeteria, Dance Halls, Night Clubs, Tavern and Bars. This Volume IV will simplify the work of artifacts for register architects and professional engineers because they will have this guideline for orientation before they will bring the job to the City for approval.
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I graduated Polytechnic Institute of New York, in 1981, Bachelor in Science, Civil Engineering, and in 1982, Master in Science, Civil Engineering. I started to prepare for PhD in 1985. The first three and a half years I worded in the Special Analysis Group in EBASCO Serv. Corp in NY World Trade Center, field of expertise, dynamic analysis of structures and substructures, for Nuclear Power Plants (Sheron Harris, North Carolina; Waterford Louisiana; Saint Lucie, Florida; ect.) Six months of experience in concrete and steel design for the Statue of Liberty, in renovation in N.Y.; Museum rehabilitation in N.Y., and Brookhaven Laboratory, at the private company of Aman & Whitney, N.Y. World Trade Center. In 1986, I decided to work for the City of N.Y. Depart. of Building as a plan examiner. My first assignment Cranes and Derricks, review of tipping test data submitted by manufacture for compliance with N.Y. City Crane Codes, examination of structural calculations for new Cranes. The last 8 years, I worked as plan examiner for New Buildings, Alterations type I & II, & Directive 14 in Boroughs of Queens, Staten Island, Bronx & Manhattan, for verification of structuctural drawings, zoning resolutions, multiple dwellings and memorandums. All my 14 years as a plan examiner, I realized that the verification and approval of building documentation is a very complex process, time consuming and use of a lot of workers in this process. All of my 14 years in Department. of Buildings, I collected a lot of material from my daily work and the result of these years is concretised in my present book of two volumes of Guidelines, books considered as the first phase for the reform of this complex process of verification & approval of documentation.

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Standardized Guidelines by Building Type - SIEGFRIED WYNER

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 1

3. Eating or drinking establishments

Without restrictions on entertainment

or dancing but limited to location in hotels

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 2

4. Eating or drinking establishments:

Including those which provide outdoor table service or

have music for which there is no covercharge and no

specified show time

With musical entertainment but not dancing,

with a capacity of 200 persons or less [PRC-B]

Use Group 6 Group A-2 Occupancy

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 3

5. Eating or drinking establishments:

With entertainment and capacity of more than

200 persons or establishments of any capacity with

dancing [PRC-D]; Use Group 12

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 4

6. Eating or drinking establishments:

With entertainment but not dancing,

with a capacity of 200 persons or less [PRC-B]-

Use Group 6

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 5

7. Eating or drinking establishments:

Including those which provide outdoor table service or

have music for which there is not cover charge and no

specified show time [PRC-B] Use Group 6

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 6

8. Eating or drinking establishments:

Including those which provide outdoor table service or

have music for which there is non cover charge and no

specified show time

With accessory drive-through facilities

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 7

9. Eating or drinking places, with no restriction on floor

area or frontage per establishment, including those

which provide outdoor table service or incidental

musical entertainment, either by mechanical device or

by not more than three persons playing piano, organ,

accordion, guitar or any string instrument

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 8

10. Eating or drinking establishments, including those

which provide outdoor table service or have music for

which there is no charge and no specified show time

Use Group MP Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 9

11. Eating or drinking establishments with musical

entertainment, but not dancing, with a capacity of

200 persons or less

Use Group MP Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 10

12 Eating or drinking places, without restriction on

entertainment or dancing but limited to

location in hotels

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 11

13. Eating or drinking establishment: including those which provide outdoor table service or have music

for which there is no cover charge and no

specified show time [PRC-B]

Use Group 6 Occupancies Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 12

14 Eating or drinking establishment with entertainment

but not dancing with a capacity of 200 persons or less

[PRC-B] Use Group 6 Occupancies Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 13

15. Eating or drinking establishment with musical

entertainment but not dancing with a capacity

of 200 persons or less

Use Group 6 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 14

16. Eating or drinking establishments, including those

which provide outdoor table service or incidental

musical entertainment either by mechanical device

or by not more than three person playing piano,

accordion, guitar or any string instrument

NEW BUILDING

GUIDELINE NO. 15

17. Eating or drinking establishments:

Including those which provide outdoor table

service or have music for which there is no

charge and no specified show time [PRC-B]

Group A-2 Occupancy Use Group 6

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 16

18. Eating or drinking establishments:

Including those which provide outdoor table

service or have music for which there is no cover

charge and no specified showtime.

With accessory drive-through facilities [PRC-B]

Group A-2 OCCUPANCY USE GROUP 6

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 17

19. Eating or drinking establishments:

Including those which provide outdoor table

service or have music for which there is no cover

charge and no specified showtime

With musical entertainment but not dancing

with a capacity of 200 persons or less [PRC-B]

Group A-2 OCCUPANCY USE GROUP 6

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 18

20. Eating or drinking establishments:

With entertainment but not dancing,

with a capacity of 200 persons or less [PRC-B]

Group A-2 OCCUPANCY USE GROUP 6

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 19

21. Eating or drinking establishment: including those

which provide outdoor table service or have music

for which there is no covercharge and no specified

show time [PRC-B]

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 20

2 STORIES (23 FT. HEIGHT)

22. Eating or drinking establishments with entertainment

but not dancing with a capacity of 200 persons or less.

OCCUPANCY GROUP A-2

ON A NARROW STREET

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 21

2 STORIES (23 FT. HEIGHT)

23. Eating or drinking establishment with entertainment

but not dancing with a capacity of 200 persons or less

Use Group LI Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 22

2 STORIES (23 FT. HEIGHT)

24. Eating or drinking establishments: with musical

entertainment but not dancing, with a capacity of

200 persons or less

Use Group LI Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 23

2 STORIES (23 FT. HEIGHT)

25. Eating or drinking establishment: including those

which provide outdoor table service or have music

for which there is no cover charge and no

specified showtime. [PRC-B]

Use Group LI Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 24

26. Eating or drinking establishments:

With entertainment and a capacity of more than

200 persons or establishments of any capacity

with dancing [PRC-D]

Use Group 12 Occupancies Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 25

27. Eating or drinking establishments:

With entertainment but not dancing, with a

capacity of 200 persons or less [PRC-B]

U.G.6 Occupancies Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 26

28. Eating or drinking establishments:

Including those which provide outdoor table service or

have music for which there is non cover charge and

no specified show time [PRC-B]

U.G. 6 Occupancies Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 27

29. Eating or drinking establishments, with entertainment

but not dancing, with a capacity of 200 persons or less

Use Group 6 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 28

30. Eating or drinking establishments without restrictions

on entertainment or dancing, but limited on locations

in hotels [PRC-D]

Use Group 10 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 29

31. Eating or drinking establishments including those

which provide outdoor table service or have music for

which there is no cover charge and no specified show

Occupancy Group A-2 Use Group 6

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 30

32. Eating or drinking establishments, with musical

entertainment but not dancing, with capacity

of 200 persons or less.

Use Group 6 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 31

33. Banquet halls [PRC-D]

Use Group 9 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 32

34. Banquet halls [PRC-D]

Use Group 13 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 33

35. Eating or drinking establishments:

With entertainment but not dancing,

with a capacity of 200 persons or less

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 34

36. Cafeteria

Occupancies Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 35

37. Dance halls, public [PRC-D]

U.G.12 Occupancies Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 36

38. Nightclubs

Use Group 12 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

Guideline No. 37

39. Nightclubs

Use Group 10 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

Guideline No. 38

40. Nightclubs

Use Group 6 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 39

41. Taverns and Bars

Use Group 6 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 40

42. Tavern and Bars

Use Group 12 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 41

43. Taverns and Bars

Use Group 10 Occupancy Group A-2

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE No. 42

44 *Non-commercial clubs without restrictions

on activities or facilities

Occupancy Group A-2 USE GROUP SB

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE AND FIRE CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE AND

INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE

45. GENERAL BUILDINGS HEIGHTS AND AREAS

SEPARATION OF OCCUPANCIES

CHAPTER 1

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDINGS CODE

46. FIRE RESISTANCE RATED CONSTRUCTION

FIRE AND SMOKE PROTECTION FEATURES;

CHAPTER 2

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE AND FIRE CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE AND

INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE

47. FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

CHAPTER 3

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE AND FIRE CODE

48. INTERIOR FINISHES

CHAPTER 4

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE AND

INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE

49. INTERIOR FINISHES

CHAPTER 4

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDINGS CODE AND

INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE

50. MEANS OF EGRESS

CHAPTER 5

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE AND FIRE CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE AND

INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE

51. ACCESSIBILITY

CHAPTER 6

ENERGY CONSERVATION CONSTRUCTION CODE

OF NEW YORK STATE

52. BUILDING DESIGN FOR

COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

CHAPTER 7

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE

53. COMMERCIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY

CHAPTER 7

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

54. EXTERIOR WALLS

CHAPTER 8

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE

INTERNATIONAL OF BUILDING CODE

55. ROOF ASSEMBLIES AND

ROOF TOP STRUCTURES

CHAPTER 9

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

56. STRUCTURAL DESIGN

CHAPTER 10

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

57 STRUCTURAL TESTS AND SPECIAL

INSPECTIONS SPECIAL INSPECTIONS

AND TESTS

CHAPTER 11

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

58. SOILS AND FOUNDATIONS

CHAPTER 12

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

59. CONSTRUCTION MADE BY

MASONRY AND CONCRETE

CHAPTER 13

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE:

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

60. CONSTRUCTION MADE BY STEEL

CHAPTER 14

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

61. CONSTRUCTION MADE BY WOOD

CHAPTER 15

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE (N.Y.C.B.C.)

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (I.B.C.)

62. ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL

AND PLUMBING SYSTEM

CHAPTER 15

NEW YORK CITY BUILDING CODE (N.Y.C.B.C.)

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (I.B.C.)

63. SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION AND

SAFEGUARDS DURING CONSTRUCTION

CHAPTER 17

BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCES

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of the present publication is to enable the Building Designers (Architects and Engineers), Contractors and owners to fully comply with the requirements of the New York City Building Code, Fire Code, International Building Code, International Fire Code, Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State, International Energy Conservation Code and Zoning Resolution.

While being part of the team of Building Plan Examiners in the Borough of Queens, Staten Island, Bronx and Manhattan, I worked to organize the requirements of the Codes into Guidelines Data Base System.

The knowledge of these Guidelines will augment the confidence of architects and professional engineers to improve the approval of documentation forwarded, utilizing the Department of Building Self Certification of Objections. Also by using the Guidelines and computerizing the entire process of verification, the professionals will be the first and main verifiers of their proper documentation forwarded for approval.

This is the principal objective in my previous proposal of The Department of Buildings. The second objective was to reduce the Red Tape (by reducing the time period of verification by the plan examiners), using the computers for the entire process, without to wait weeks and sometimes months with appointments to the plan examiners and the executive offices of the city boroughs. I want to acknowledge the help of the former Borough Commissioner in Queens, Phil Olin (deceased), former Department of Building Commissioner New York City, Joel A. Miele Sr., Deputy Borough Commissioner Satish Babad, Barry G. Cox Deputy Commissioner New York City and the Chief Engineer Manhattan Borough, Finkelstein.

In the meantime, I appreciated the full cooperation of the majority of architects and engineers from Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn and Manhattan.

I thank them all

Siegfried Wyner

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

1. This is a book useful for people involved with the realization of technical documentations for the accomplishment of investments in The City and State of New York. (Maybe used in other Cities of U.S as documentation. This is the reason to keep all abbreviations used in the Building Code, International Building Code, Fire Code, International Fire Code, Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State, International Energy Conservation Code, Zoning Resolution, Memorandums, etc.

2. These Guidelines, based on the practice of the author and in spite of the fact of types of buildings used in New York State are contained in these books, are not exclusive.

Still it is possible and useful to add new types of buildings to improve the first emerged Data Base.

3. In the same way the articles in the Guidelines are not exclusive. It is possible and necessary to add new articles particular used in the construction.

4. The apparition or the improvement of the Building Code, International Building Code, Fire Code, International Fire Code, Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State, International Energy Conservation Code, Zoning Resolutions, Memorandums, etc. must be taken in consideration at the time, for the realization of a correct documentation.

NEW BUILDINGS

GUIDELINE NO. 1

3. Eating or drinking establishments

Without restrictions on entertainment

or dancing but limited to location in hotels

[PRC-D] – U.G. 10

GROUP A-2 OCCUPANCY

Zoning District: C4 C5 C6 C8

1. Show Floor Area Ratio (F.A.R) as permitted by sec.33-121/33-122/33-123 Z.R.

2. Show Proposed Side Yard as per sec.33-25 Z.R.

3. Show Proposed Rear Yard as per sec.33-26 Z.R.

4. Proposed project must meet height or setback requirements as per sec.33-432/33-49 Z.R.

5. Base Plane and/or curb level are computed as per sec.33-432 Z.R.

6. Provide Parking Calculation in Community Board 1-2 Article 1 Chapter 3 sec.36-21 Z.R.

7. Show total square footage for parking as per sec.36-52 Z.R.

8. Show that all open off-street parking area with 10 spaces or more are screened as per sec.36-56/36-685. Z.R.

9. Provide detail of parking lot. Indicate thickness of

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