Firefighting height

The firefighting height of a building is determined by the distance from the lowest level of the road accessible to fire trucks to the bottom edge of the opening (window) on the exterior wall of the top story, excluding the uppermost technical story. When there are no openings (windows), the firefighting height is determined by half the total distance from the level of the road accessible to fire trucks to the floor and ceiling levels of the top story. In case the roof is utilized, the firefighting height of the building is determined by the largest distance from the level of the road accessible to fire trucks to the top edge of the parapet wall.