UFX Location Detail Record Fields for Import

The table below lists all the UFX location detail record fields that you use to import exposure data using the UNICEDEĀ®/fx data format. The location detail record is supported for U.S. Hurricane, U.S. Earthquake, U.S. Wildfire, U.S. Inland Flood, Canada Earthquake, Europe Inland Flood, Great Britain Inland Flood, and Japan Earthquake.

Field #

Field

Description

1

RecTypeCode

Use record type 74 for location detail records.

2

CertID

Certificate identifier

3

LocID

Location identifier

4

SealApprove

Level of professional engineering attention given to the design of the structure

5

IrFloorOfInterest

Identifies the floor of concern if coverage is not for entire building

6

IrBldCond

General qualitative description of building condition from visual inspection

7

Pounding

Distance to the closest structure, which if not adequate, can cause the two structures to collide during earthquake shaking

8

IrTreeExposure

Tree hazard around the building

9

IrSmallDebris

Potential of small debris in a radius of 200 feet

10

IrLargeMissile

Potential of large missiles in a radius of 100 feet

11

IrTerrainRoughness

Terrain conditions

12

IrAdBldHeight

Average height of buildings adjacent to the building of interest

13

IrBldOrientation

Orientation of the building

14

IrShape

Overall shape of the building in plan

15

IrTorsion

Layout of structural elements that can lead to torsional loads

16

IrSoftStory

A structural weakness at any floor

17

IrStructIrreg

Irregularity in such things as floor plan, structural components, uneven weight distribution, etc.

18

IrSpecial

Earthquake resistive systems installed in building

19

IrRetrofit

Building or some components thereof may have been retrofitted to resist earthquake loads.

20

IrRoofGeometry

Shape of the roof

21

IrRoofPitch

Roof slope

22

IrRoofCover

Nature of material used to cover the roof

23

IrRoofDeck

Material and construction type of the roof deck of the building

24

IrRoofCoverAttch

Nature of the connections used to secure the roof covering to the roof deck

25

IrRoofDeckAttch

Nature of the connections used to secure the roof deck to the underlying roof support system

26

IrRoofAnchorage

Nature of the connection used to secure the roof support system to the walls

27

IrRoofBuilt

Year in which the roof was built

28

IrWall

Materials used for external walls of building

29

IrWallSiding

Materials used for weather protection of walls

30

IrGlassType

Type of glass used in building

31

IrGlassPercent

The percent area of the walls covered by glass

32

IrWindowProt

Nature of wind protection systems used

33

IrExteriorDoors

Nature of the exterior doors in the building

34

IrBldFndConn

Connection type between the structure and foundation

35

IrFoundation

Form of construction of the building foundation

36

IrIntPartition

Materials used for internal partition walls of the building

37

IrAttachStruct

Components of a property that are not integral parts of the main building but are physically attached to it

38

IrAppurtStruct

Components of a property that are not integral parts of the main building and are not physically attached to it

39

IrMechSystem

Description of the mechanical and other equipment on top of roofs

40

Short Column

Indicates whether there are short columns in a building

41

Bldg Ext Opn

Percentage of exterior walls that are open (i.e., have windows or doors)

42

Ornamentation

Amount of decorative elements attached to the exterior of a building

43

Equipment

Level of equipment bracing in a building

44

Water Heater

Indicates whether the water heater in a building is braced

45

Redundancy

Multiple lateral load resisting elements (frames or shear walls) in a building

46

Brick Veneer

Percentage of external walls that are brick veneer

47

Tall One-Story

Height of a one-story building

48

Tanks

Indicates whether there are rooftop tanks on the adjoining higher buildings

49

Chimney

Indicates whether a building has a chimney and, if so, what its height in feet is

50

Column Basement

Connection between columns and basement for SRC and steel construction

51

Multi-Story Hall

Indicates the presence of a multi-story hall in a building

52

Lattice

Type of web for H-shaped steel

53

Welding

Accounts for the quality of welding in a building

54

Transition in SRC

Indicates whether the transition from SRC to RC in columns of SRC construction is a smooth one

55

Cold Formed Tube

Indicates the presence of cold formed tubes in steel structures

56

IS Value

A measure of the total seismic performance of a building, which accounts for all characteristics that affect the response of a building to an earthquake

57

Custom Flood Zone

Defines a set of locations as part of a Custom Flood Zone

58

Custom Flood Standard of Protection (SoP)

Helps increase flood protection for single risks (e.g., for large industrial facilities), based on return periods

59

Project Phase

Identifies the vulnerabilities during different phases of construction

60

Project Completion %

Percentage complete (defined as the % of project completed with start of the policy)

 


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