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#16021 - 11/05/02 03:48 AM Hospital Landing Pad
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Can anyone direct me to anyplace in the NEC/FAA that deals directly on the lighting and/or equipment requirements for a helicopter landing pad located beside a hospital?
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#16022 - 11/05/02 07:31 AM Re: Hospital Landing Pad
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Hi.

Try visiting http://www.faa.gov/

Click on Search (it's under the word "Administration" at the top of the page).

Type in +"Heliport Lighting"

There is a .doc file that should have all the details you need from the FAA's point of view.

As to the NEC, the folks here should be able to help you.

Hope that helps.

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