Code of practice for masonry construction: materials and workmanship
Sets out requirements for materials and workmanship to be used in the erection of masonry buildings. Cited as a means of compliance with the relevant requirements of NZS 1900, Chapter 9. Consists of 3 parts: (1) General; (2) Masonry construction; and (3) Wall tie performance requirements.
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