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• Publication Date: 04/08/1986
• Publication Type: Proposed Rules
• Fed Register #: 51:11945-47
• Standard Number: 1926.700; 1926.701; 1926.702; 1926.703; 1926.704; 1926.705; 1926.706; 1926.707
• Title: Concrete and Masonry Construction
• Abstract: Schedules an informal public hearing on the proposed revised standard on Concrete and Masonry Construction (50 FR 37543, September 16, 1985). 1926.707(a)(1) is a new regulation which requires that masonry walls be laterally supported to resist horizontal forces where such walls are incapable of withstanding the forces that will be applied to them. Notices of intention to appear to give oral testimony at the informal public hearing must be postmarked by May 6, 1986. Comments testimony, and all evidence which will be offered into the hearing record must be postmarked by May 20, 1986. The hearing will be held in Washington, D.C. on June 3, 1986. If it is necessary, the hearing will continue on June 4, 1986.

Abstract:

Schedules an informal public hearing on the proposed revised
standard on Concrete and Masonry Construction (50 FR 37543,
September 16, 1985). 1926.707(a)(1) is a new regulation which
requires that masonry walls be laterally supported to resist
horizontal forces where such walls are incapable of withstanding the
forces that will be applied to them. Notices of intention to appear
to give oral testimony at the informal public hearing must be
postmarked by May 6, 1986. Comments testimony, and all evidence
which will be offered into the hearing record must be postmarked by
May 20, 1986. The hearing will be held in Washington, D.C. on June
3, 1986. If it is necessary, the hearing will continue on June 4,
1986.

Federal Registers - Table of Contents

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