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24. The owner of a new office building, currently under construction, is going to lease 20 percent of the building’s space to the Federal Government and is therefore subject to the requirements of
Executive Order 12699. a. True b. False
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User: 24. The owner of a new office building, currently under construction, is going to lease 20 percent of the building’s space to the Federal Government and is therefore subject to the requirements of Executive Order 12699. a. True b. False

Weegy: True.
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User: 26. Temporary as well as permanent structures built following a disaster using Federal funds through the Stafford Act must meet the requirements of Executive Order 12699. a. True b. False





Weegy: b. False........ha ha ha ha lols...as previous one is wrong as true one...lols..
Expert answered|Junaid90|Points 300|

User: 30. The ideal characteristics for building materials in seismically active areas are ductility and stiffness. a. True b. False

Weegy: a. True
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User: 4. In order to make the construction of seismically safe buildings economically possible, the ICSSC drafted Executive Order 12699 to mandate that a building should be designed to prevent: a. damage. b. collapse. c. defacement. d. All of the above.

Weegy: d. All of the above.
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