Code requirements vary from place to place, but most all codes address
lightning. I think most of the requirements come from the NFPA code.
The NY Fire Code only seems to be concerned with certain types of
facilities, namely aircraft refueling (What? You mean I _can't_
refuel in a lightning storm?!) and lumberyards. I know that tall
buildings in NYC are required to have lightning protection, but I
don't know when the requirement kicks in.
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