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- Occupancy Classification: It specifies the occupancy group or type of use for a particular building or part of a building. Common occupancy classifications include residential, commercial, industrial, educational, and more.
- Construction Type: It identifies the construction type of the building, such as Type I, Type II, Type III, Type IV, or Type V construction. These construction types define the materials and fire-resistance ratings used in the building's construction.
- Allowable Height: Table 504.3 provides the maximum allowable height of the building in feet or meters based on its occupancy classification and construction type. This helps ensure that buildings are constructed at a safe height relative to their use and construction.
- Allowable Area: It specifies the maximum allowable building area in square feet or square meters based on occupancy classification and construction type. This helps control the size of buildings and structures to ensure safety and code compliance.
- Fire Resistance Requirements: The table may also include fire-resistance rating requirements for various building components, such as walls, floors, and roofs, based on occupancy and construction type.