That is an ongoing concern when we get into what we refer to as “lightweight construction”, when it remains in an exposed situation. That's what we're talking about. We need to maybe not go so quickly here with being so permissive of tall wood buildings, given our concerns that we've had just on the residential side.
Can we find a way? That's quite possible, but the concern certainly is there. I get it. It checks a lot of boxes from a structural integrity situation, and this has been our overlapping concern with the national building code's not having firefighters' safety as an objective part of the code. What we have been told is that firefighter safety is the same as public safety. The objective of the code is to build it to allow enough time for the public to get out. That's usually when we're rolling up, as a lot of the public are running out. You've heard the phrase, “When you run out, we run in.” That's true. We are running in to save either as much of the structure as we can or anybody else who is trapped in there.
Yes, knowing that the integrity will last beyond just the egress of the public inside is a major concern for us.