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30 August, 04:22

Federal buildings, such as VA hospitals and military office building, are usually not subject to state and local building codes. True/false

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  1. 30 August, 04:54
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    It is a True statement.

    There are separate federal requirements that these building must follow.

    Explanation:

    Federal buildings are some buildings, installations, land, public works and properties that are constructed or manufactured for leasing to the Federal government. VA hospitals and military office building are few federal buildings. The state and local building codes are not necessarily followed by the federal building.

    Federal buildings have separate federal requirements that are to be followed strictly. The "Public Buildings Amendments of 1988" is the federal law that states that the federal buildings should follow the nationally recognized codes.
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