Pass the 2015 ICC B2 Commercial Building Inspector Exam!
Learn how to become an ICC B2 Commercial Building Inspector.
Complete our online 2015 B2 Commercial Building Inspector exam preparation course, then pass the ICC B2 exam online via ICC PRONTO.
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Refresh your 2015 IBC and ACI 318R-14 code knowledge, successfully pass your 2015 ICC B2 Commercial Building Inspector Exam without leaving the comfort of your home or office. Our comprehensive interactive Commercial Building Inspector exam preparation program is your best, most affordable path to guarantee ICC B2 certification!
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STUDY our “Navigating the 2015 IBC: A Code Primer – For ICC B2 Commercial Building Inspectors”. This eManual will familiarize you with the code’s structure within the 35 chapters of the 2015 IBC. ICC International Building Code.
STUDY our “Navigating the ACI 318R-14: Building Code Requirements“. This eManual provides an introduction to ACI 318R.
PRACTICE utilizing our “Online Study Center,” providing over 1000 practice questions. Study-specific questions and answers and take timed simulated practice exams.
The course includes
- eManual (Navigating the 2015 IBC. A Code Primer – For ICC B2 Commercial Building Inspector exam)
- eManual (Navigating the ACI 318R-14. A Code Primer)
- Printable Worksheets (Companion to eManuals)
- FastTabs (Tab your 2015 IBC codebook)
- TLCTabs (Tab your ACI 318R-14 codebook)
- QuickCard. (Quick code lookup cheatsheets)
- Online Study Center (Practice looking up answers in your codebook, Take full length simulated exams).
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Pricing for each exam is the same regardless if you choose Pearson | Vue or ICC PRONTO to administer your final exam.
PRONTO REQUIREMENTS / RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TAKING THE B2 EXAM
TEST-TAKING – Room: Where you take your final ICC exam.
- Requirement: Only one person is allowed in the room; if someone else enters while you are testing, the Proctor will automatically eject you from the exam.
- Recommendations: The room should be in a quiet place with a door that can remain shut. Again, make sure you are alone, comfortable, and fully prepared to stay in full view of the webcam for the duration of your exam.
Bathroom Breaks: You may take up to a 5-minute bathroom break at any time during the exam.
- Requirement: If a break exceeds the 5-minute mark, the Proctor will terminate the exam. The time clock continues to count down during any breaks. Additionally, a new desk scan is required before you are allowed to continue taking the exam.
- Recommendations: Bathroom breaks waste your time. Be sure to take care of your business before your exam begins.
YOUR COMPUTER: You may use any PC or Laptop if it has a webcam, speakers, and a microphone
- Requirement: Your computer must be connected to the internet. If using a laptop, use it as a stand-alone computer. Do not plug it into a docking station with monitors attached.
Required Operating System:
- Windows XP – Windows 10
- Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) – 10.13 (High Sierra)
Internet Connection: You must have a stable internet connection
- Requirement: minimum speed of 2MB, upload, and download.
- Recommendations: While you can use WiFi, we highly recommend using wired high-speed internet access as WiFi may not be as stable.
Browser (with pop-up blocker disabled):
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
ProctorU Technical Support
- Call: 1-855-772-8678, Option 1
- Before connection time, you can submit a support ticket
- During connection time, live chat support will be available
B2 EXAM BREAKDOWN:
80 QUESTIONS – 3.5 HOUR TIME LIMIT – OPEN BOOK EXAM – 75%+ TO PASS
General Administration (6%)
- Project Administration – 1%
- Public Information and Legal – 1%
- Plan Reading – 4%
Building Planning 20%)
- Fire-Resistance-Rated Construction – (5%
- Building Location – 2%
- Interior-Environment – 1%
- Occupancy Classification and Type of Construction – 5%
- Safeguards During Construction – 1%
- Accessibility – 2%
- Material Quality – 2%
- Interior Coverings – 2%
Footings and Foundations (8%)
- Footings – 3%
- Stepped Footings and Special Foundations – 1%
- Piles and Piers – 1%
- Foundation Walls – 3%
Floor Construction 8%)
- Floor Systems – 5%
- Concrete Slabs – 3%
Wall Construction and Coverings (21%)
- Wood Wall Systems – 5%
- Steel Framing Systems – 3%
- Masonry Wall Systems – 5%
- Concrete Wall Systems 3%
- Wall Reinforcement 2%
- Exterior Sheathing and Weather-Resistant Coverings – 3%
Roof/Ceiling Construction (6%)
- Roof/Ceiling Assemblies – 5%
- Roof Sheathing and Coverings – 1%
Public Safety and Special Construction (31%)
- Means of Egress – 10%
- Fire Protection Systems – 4%
- Smoke and Fire Venting Control – 4%
- Interior Finishes and Insulation – 4%
- Safety Glazing and Glass – 4%
- Opening Protectives, Penetrations, and Joint Systems – 2%
- Miscellaneous Construction – 1%
- Building Services and Special Construction – 1%
- Fireplaces and Chimneys – 1%
2015 IBC SOFTCOVER
You are allowed to use the 2015 IBC (International Building Code) while taking your ICC B2 Commercial Building Inspector exam.
The B2 Commercial Building Inspector exam is a 3.5-hour open-book test.
You must possess a copy of the 2015 IBC to use this program properly!
The 2015 IBC is a REQUIRED CODEBOOK for the 2015 B2 Commercial Building Inspector Exam.
The scope of the International Building Code® (IBC®) includes all buildings except detached one- and two-family dwellings and townhouses up to three stories.
- An automatic sprinkler system is required within a building when the roof is used for A-2 assembly occupancy with an occupant load exceeding 100, or other assembly uses exceeding 300.
- Carbon monoxide alarm provisions have been relocated, reformatted, and revised.
- More detailed scoping requirements for recreational facilities are included within the new Section 1110.
- A modification allows egress through an elevator lobby when access to at least one exit is available without passing through the lobby.
- Group E occupancies and emergency responder facilities located in ‘tornado alley’ must have storm shelters. Storm shelters provided for other occupancies and in other areas of the country are voluntary. However, all storm shelters must comply with ICC 500.
- A definition for Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) was added to Chapter 2, and the ANSI/APA PRG 320-2011 product manufacturing standard is referenced in Chapter 23 and added to Chapter 35.
- New code sections were added covering rooftop-mounted photovoltaic solar panels.
- Vegetative roof” is defined in Section 202 to be consistent with the definition in the IgCC™ and ASTM D1079. A reference to ASTM E 2397 was added for determining soil loads on vegetative roofs.
- Chapter 34 on existing buildings has been deleted, and a reference to the IEBC replaces the chapter. All provisions previously in Chapter 34 may be found in the IEBC.
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ISBN 13: 9781609834685
ACI 318-14 SOFTCOVER
Pass the 2018 ICC B2 Exam! The ICC Commercial Building Inspector exam is a 3.5-hour open-book test.
You are allowed to reference the ACI 318R-14 Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete codebook when taking your B2 Commercial Building Inspector exam.
You must possess a copy of the ACI 318R-14 to use this program properly!
ACI 318-14 is a Required Codebook for the ICC, B2 Commercial Building Inspector Exam.
ACI 318-14: Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete and Commentary. ACI 318-14 is completely reorganized for greater ease of use
The “Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete” (“Code”) provides minimum requirements for the materials, design, and detailing of structural concrete buildings and, where applicable, nonbuilding structures.
This Code addresses structural systems, members, and connections, including cast-in-place, precast, plain, non-prestressed, prestressed, and composite construction. Among the subjects covered are design and construction for strength, serviceability, and durability; load combinations, load factors, and strength reduction factors; structural analysis methods; deflection limits; mechanical and adhesive anchoring to concrete; development and splicing of reinforcement; construction document information; field inspection and testing; and methods to evaluate the strength of existing structures.
“Building Code Requirements for Concrete Thin Shells” (ACI 318.2) is adopted by reference in this Code.
The Code user will find that ACI 318-14 has been substantially reorganized and reformatted from previous editions. The principal objectives of this reorganization are to present all design and detailing requirements for structural systems or individual members in chapters devoted to those individual subjects and arrange the chapters in a manner that generally follows the process and chronology of design construction. Information and procedures that are common to the design of members are located in utility chapters.
The quality and testing of materials used in construction are covered by reference to the appropriate ASTM standard specifications. Welding of reinforcement is covered by reference to the appropriate American Welding Society (AWS) standard.
Uses of the Code include adoption by reference in general building code, and earlier editions have been widely used in this manner. The Code is written in a format that allows such reference without change to its language. Therefore, background details or suggestions for carrying out the Code provisions’ requirements or intent cannot be included within the Code itself. Commentary is provided for this purpose. Some of the committee’s considerations in developing the Code are discussed within the Commentary, with emphasis given to the explanation of new or revised provisions.
Much of the research data referenced in preparing the Code is cited for the user desiring to study individual questions in greater detail. Other documents that provide suggestions for carrying out the requirements of the Code are also cited. Technical changes from ACI 318-11 to ACI 318-14 are outlined in the May 2014 issue of Concrete International. Transition keys showing how the code was reorganized provided on the ACI website on the 318 Resource Page under Topics in Concrete.
In conventional light-frame construction, a minimum of _____ studs must be installed at each corner of an exterior wall.
A building used for factory industrial, moderate hazard purposes is classified as a Group _____ occupancy.
Where swinging type fire shutters are installed in exterior openings, they must be identified by distinguishing marks or letters a min. of _____ high.
The height limitation for buildings of Type IIA construction in a Group R-1 occupancy, can be increased to 9-stories and 100 feet, if the building is separated from any other building on the lot and from lot lines by a min. of _____.
Ladders or rungs in window wells serving an emergency escape and rescue opening, must have a minimum inside width of _____.
A _____ is a fire-resistance-rated wall having protected openings, which restricts the spread of fire and extends continuously from the foundation to or through the roof, with sufficient structural stability under fire conditions to allow collapse of construction on either side without collapse of the wall.
Class B interior wall and ceiling finishes have a flame spread of _____.
Every dwelling unit must have at least one room that has a min. of _____ of net floor area.
In metal roof panel installation, the minimum slope for standing-seam metal roof panel systems must be _____.
A facility within a dwelling unit where 5 or fewer children receive day care must be classified as a _____ occupancy.