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Cupertino (Calif.) Students Learn Importance of Building Safety from ICC Chapter
Students at Meyerholz Elementary in the Cupertino Union School District in California might look at buildings a little differently now after an April 4 presentation from the Peninsula Chapter of the International Code Council, a nonprofit of Bay Area building officials. The program was started by Tony Falcone, a building official for Santa Cruz County and member of ICC. A team of building officials and engineers visited the school for two morning assemblies that taught them some very basic engineering principles and to discuss the importance of having functioning smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in the home.
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