NYC Electrical Code Based on the 2008 NEC

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The 2011 New York City Electrical Code is now in the same volume with the National Electrical Code from NFPA so you no longer have to reference two separate books. The NEC is the most widely adopted electrical code in the nation and is included in its entirety with your New York City Code. What’s more, the NEC has been clearly underlined so you can quickly see where New York City has made important local changes.
Local Law 39 of 2011 amends the administrative code to adopt amendments to the 2008 edition of the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70. The amendments adapt the national standards to the special requirements of building and construction in the City of New York. Together, the 2008 NEC and local amendments comprise the 2011 Electrical Code of the City of New York and apply to work performed on and after July 1, 2011.