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town houses not more than three stories above grade plane in height with a. separate means of egress and their accessory structures shall comply with the. International Residential Code, 2 Existing buildings undergoing repair alterations or additions and change of. occupancy shall be permitted to comply with the International Existing. Building Code as an alternate to Chapter 34 Existing Structures. 101 4 1 Gas The provisions of the International Fuel Gas Code or the plumbing code. shall apply to the installation of gas piping from the point of delivery gas appliances. and related accessories as covered in this code These requirements apply to gas piping. systems extending from the point of delivery to the inlet connections of appliances and. the installation and operation of residential and commercial gas appliances and related. accessories, 101 4 2 Mechanical The term International Mechanical Code shall mean the. International Mechanical Code as adopted by the City of Brandon and shall apply to. the installation alterations repairs and replacement of mechanical systems including. equipment appliances fixtures fittings and or appurtenances including ventilating. heating cooling air conditioning and refrigeration systems incinerators and other. energy related systems, 101 4 3 Plumbing The Plumbing Code shall be mean the 2018 Uniform Plumbing. Code as adopted by the City of Brandon shall apply to the installation alteration. repair and replacement of plumbing systems including equipment appliances. fixtures fittings and appurtenances and where connected to a water or sewage system. and all aspects of a medical gas system The Plumbing Code shall be administered by. the City of Brandon, 101 4 4 Property maintenance The term International Property Maintenance Code. shall mean the International Property Maintenance Code as adopted by the City of. Brandon and shall apply to existing structures and premises equipment and facilities. light ventilation space heating sanitation life and fire safety hazards responsibilities. of owners operators and occupants and occupancy of existing premises and. structures The International Property Maintenance Code shall be administered by the. City of Brandon, 101 4 5 Fire prevention The term International Fire Code shall mean the.
International Fire Code as adopted by the State of South Dakota and shall apply to. matters affecting or relating to structures processes and premises from the hazard of. fire and explosion arising from the storage handling or use of structures materials or. devices from conditions hazardous to life property or public welfare in the occupancy. of structures or premises and from the construction extension repair alteration or. removal of fire suppression and alarm systems or fire hazards in the structure or on the. premises from occupancy or operation The International Fire Code shall be. administered by the City of Brandon,2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 Page 2. 101 4 6 Energy The term International Energy Conservation Code shall mean the. International Energy Conservation Code as adopted by the State of South Dakota and. shall apply to all matters governing the design and construction of buildings for energy. efficiency The International Energy Conservation Code shall be administered by the. State of South Dakota, 101 4 7 Electrical The National Electrical Code shall be mean the 2017 Electrical. Code as adopted by the State of South Dakota and shall apply to the installation of. electrical systems including alterations repairs replacement equipment appliances. fixtures fittings and appurtenances thereto The Electrical Code shall be administered. by the State of South Dakota, 103 1 Enforcement agency The City of Brandon shall be the enforcement agency. and the official in charge thereof shall be known as the Building Official. 103 2 Appointment This section is not adopted by the City of Brandon. 104 8 Liability The building official member of the board of adjustment or. employee charged with the enforcement of this code while acting for the jurisdiction. in good faith and without malice in the discharge of the duties required by this code or. other pertinent law or ordinance shall not thereby be rendered liable personally and is. hereby relieved from personal liability for any damage accruing to persons or property. as a result of an act or by reason of an act or omission in the discharge of official. duties Any suit brought against the building official officer or employee because of. such act or omission performed by the building official officer or employee in the. lawful discharge of duties and enforcement of any provision of such codes or other. pertinent laws or ordinances implemented through the enforcement of this code or. enforced by the code enforcement agency shall be afforded all the protection provided. by the City s liability insurance immunities and any immunities and defenses. provided by other applicable state and federal laws and shall be defended by legal. representative of the jurisdiction until the final termination of the proceedings The. building official or any subordinate shall not be liable for cost in any action suit or. proceeding that is instituted in pursuance of the provisions of this code. This code shall not be construed to relieve from or lessen the responsibility of any. person owning operating or controlling any building or structure for any damages to. persons or property caused by defects nor shall the city it s officers and employees. be held as assuming any such liability by reason of the inspections authorized by this. code or any permits or certificates issued under this code. 2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 Page 3, 105 1 Required Any owner or authorized agent who intends to construct enlarge. alter repair move demolish or change the occupancy of a building or structure or to. erect install enlarge alter repair remove convert or replace any electrical gas. mechanical or plumbing system the installation of which is regulated by this code. unless a separate permit for each building or structure has first been obtained from the. building official or designate Minor work may be exempted from obtaining a permit. by the building official or designate, A 105 2 Work exempt from permit Exemptions from permit requirements of this code shall.
not be deemed to grant authorization for any work to be done in any manner in violation of the. provisions of this code or any other laws or ordinances of this jurisdiction Permits shall not be. required for the following,1 Oil derricks, 2 Retaining walls that are not over 4 feet 1219 mm in height measured from the bottom grade. elevation of the footing to the top of the wall unless supporting a surcharge or impounding Class. I II or IIIA liquids, 3 Water tanks supported directly on grade if the capacity is not greater than 5 000 gallons. 18 927 L and the ratio of height to diameter or width is not greater than 2 1. 4 Painting papering tiling carpeting cabinets counter tops and similar finish work. 5 Temporary motion picture television and theater stage sets and scenery. 6 Shade cloth structures constructed for nursery or agricultural purposes not including service. 7 Window awnings in Group R 3 and U occupancies supported by an exterior wall that do not. project more than 54 inches 1372 mm from the exterior wall and do not require additional. 8 Nonfixed and movable fixtures cases racks counters and partitions not over 5 feet 9. inches 1753 mm in height, 9 Children s playhouses which are less than 96 square feet one story tall with side walls 8 feet. 10 Swings and other playground equipment accessory to detached one and two family. 11 Prefabricated swimming pools that are less than 24 inches 610 mm deep. 107 1 General Submittal documents consisting of one complete set of hard copy. plans and an electronic submittal in PDF format along with other construction. documents such as a statement of special inspections geotechnical report and other. data shall be submitted with each permit application The construction documents shall. be prepared by a registered design professional where required by the statutes of the. jurisdiction in which the project is to be constructed Where special conditions exist. the building official is authorized to require additional construction documents to be. prepared by a registered design professional,2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 Page 4. Exception The building official is authorized to waive the submission of construction. documents and other data not required to be prepared by a registered design. professional if it is found that the nature of the work applied for is such that review of. construction documents is not necessary to obtain compliance with this code. 107 3 1 Approval of construction documents Before the issuance of a permit the. building official shall review and approve construction plans. 108 1 General The building official is authorized to issue a permit for temporary. structures and temporary uses Such permits shall be limited as to time of service but. shall not be permitted for more than 365 days The building official is authorized to. grant extensions for demonstrated cause, 109 2 Permit Fees A fee for each permit shall be paid as required in accordance with.
the schedule as established by the City of Brandon resolution 13 14. 109 3 Building permit valuations The determination of value or valuation under any. of the provisions of this code shall be made by the City of Brandon s Building. Department The value to be used in computing the building permit and building plan. review fees shall be the total value of all construction work for which the permit is. issued If in the opinion of the building official the valuation is underestimated on the. application the permit shall be denied unless the applicant can show detailed. estimates to meet the approval of the building official. 109 4 Work Commencing before permit issuance Any person who commences. any work on a building or structure before obtaining the necessary permits shall be. subject to the doubling of the standard permit fee Legal and or civil proceedings may. also be commenced, 109 7 Delinquent Accounts The Building Official may refuse to issue permits or. conduct inspections for any person or business whose account is delinquent. 110 3 1 Footing inspection Footing inspections shall be made after excavations for. footings are complete and any required reinforcing steel is in place. 111 1 Application for appeal Any person directly affected by a decision of. the code official or a notice or order issued under this code shall have the right. to appeal to the Board of Adjustments provided that a written application for. appeal is filed within 10 days after the day the decision notice or order was. served An application for appeal shall be based on a claim that the true intent. of this code or the rules legally adopted thereunder have been incorrectly. interpreted the provisions of this code do not fully apply or the requirements. of this code is adequately satisfied by other means The Board is additionally. charged with the review of all proposed changes to the Building Code and to. submit recommendations to the responsible official and the city council The. 2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 Page 5, board shall have authority relative to the interpretation of the administrative. provisions of this code but the board shall not be empowered to waive. requirements of this code The appeal process will align with the City of. Brandon s zoning ordinance section 15 18 The City of Brandon s Board of. Adjustments will be the representative body to hear all appeals. 111 2 Membership of board The Board of Adjustments shall consist of a. minimum of six members who are qualified by experience and training to. pass on matters pertaining to building codes and who are not employees of. the jurisdiction,111 2 1 Alternate members Not adopted by the city. 111 2 5 Compensation of Members Compensation of members shall be. at a rate of 40 00 for each scheduled meeting regardless of the number of. agenda items Members shall be compensated at this rate each time the. Board of Adjustments is assembled for a scheduled meeting. Section 111 2 Certificate issued After the building official inspects the building and. finds no violations of the provisions of this code or other laws that are enforced by the. City the building official shall issue a certificate of occupancy that shall contain the. 1 The building permit number,2 The address of the structure. 3 The legal address,4 The date of issuance,5 The name of the building official.
6 Construction Type,7 Occupancy Classification Group. 8 Sprinkler Requirements,9 Edition of the Code,10 Maximum Occupancy. 11 Stipulations, 112 1 General In order to hear and decide appeals of orders decisions or determinations. made by the building official or employee relative to the application and interpretation of. this code there shall be and is hereby created a Board of Appeals consisting of the. members of the City of Brandon Board of Adjustment. 113 1 General In order to hear and decide appeals of orders decisions or determinations. made by the building official or employee relative to the application and interpretation of. this code there shall be and is hereby created a Board of Appeals consisting of the. members of the City of Brandon Planning and Zoning Board. 113 2 Limitations on authority An application for appeal shall be based on a claim. 2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 Page 6, that the true intent of this code or the rules legally adopted thereunder have been. incorrectly interpreted the provisions of this code do not fully apply or an equally. good or better form of construction is proposed The board shall have no authority. relative to the administrative provisions of this code nor shall the board be empowered. to waive requirements of this code, 114 3 Prosecution of violation If the notice of violation is not complied with.
promptly the building official is authorized to request the legal counsel of the. jurisdiction to deem the violation as a strict liability offense and institute the. appropriate proceeding at law or in equity to restrain correct or abate such violation. or to require the removal or termination of the unlawful occupancy of the building or. structure in violation of the provisions of this code or of the order or direction made. pursuant thereto, 115 2 Issuance The stop work order shall be in writing and shall be given to the. owner of the property involved or to the owner s agent or to the person doing the. work If no person can be located the stop work order may be posted on the property. Upon issuance of a stop work order the cited work shall immediately cease The stop. work order shall state the reason for the order and the conditions under which the. cited work will be permitted to resume, 201 1 Scope Unless otherwise expressly stated the following words and terms shall. for the purposes of this code have the meanings shown in this chapter In addition the. following words and terms are being added and or modified to the defined terms. already of this code, FIRE AREA The aggregate floor area enclosed and bounded by fire walls fire. barriers exterior walls or horizontal assemblies of a building. STRICT LIABILITY OFFENSE An offense in which the prosecution in a legal. proceeding is not required to prove criminal intent as a part of its case It is enough to. prove that the defendant either did an act which was prohibited or failed to do an act. which the defendant was legally required to do, 423 4 Group E occupancies All Group E occupancies with an occupant load of 50 or. more shall have a storm shelter constructed to withstand a wind of 200 mph. Exceptions,1 Group E day care facilities, 2 Group E occupancies accessory to places of religious worship.
3 Buildings meeting the requirements for shelter design in ICC 500. 501 2 SPECIFICATIONS FOR NUMBERS,2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 Page 7. 502 1 Address identification, The street number displayed by each person on a multi family or commercial building. pursuant to the provisions of this article shall not be less than four 4 inches in width and. not less than six 6 inches in height and clearly visible from the street per City of. Brandon local ordinance 4 6 9 Multi building campus complex developments. addressed on private or public streets shall be provided with signage at the entrance to the. campus complex indicative of the address ranges within. 507 2 2 Property lines Portions of an unlimited area building may be divided by. platted property lines without requiring the construction of party walls if the whole. building has, 1 Permanent open space on all sides as required by Sections 507 2 507 3 507 4. or 507 5 and, 2 Proper legal agreements are submitted and approved by the building official. and are recorded with the deed for each of the separate properties These. recorded agreements shall require that the buildings as divided by property. lines be in conformance with the applicable provisions of the building and fire. codes as if the buildings were a single building on a single piece of property. In addition the agreement must state that no individual building or property. owner may modify any portion of the building in any way that would not be in. compliance with the building and fire codes, 706 6 2 Buildings with sloped roofs Where a fire wall serves as an interior wall for a.
building and the roof on one side or both sides of the fire wall slopes toward the fire. wall at a slope greater than 2 units vertical in 12 units horizontal 2 12 the fire wall. shall extend to a height equal to the height of the roof located 4 feet 1219 mm from. the fire wall plus 30 inches 762 mm In no case shall the extension of the fire wall be. less than 30 inches 762 mm, Exceptions The fire wall may terminate at the underside of the roof sheathing deck or slab of. the lower roof provided, 1 The roof assemblies within 10 feet 3048 mm of the wall has not less than a 1 hour. fire resistance rating and the entire length and span of supporting elements for the rated. roof assembly has a fire resistance rating of not less than 1 hour. 2 Openings in the roof on each side of the fire wall shall not be located within 10 feet. 3048 mm of the fire wall, 714 5 1 1 2 Through penetration fire stop system Through penetrations of the fire. resistive membrane shall be protected by an approved through penetration fire stop. system installed and tested in accordance with ASTM E 814 or UL 1479 with a. minimum positive pressure differential of 0 01 inch of water 2 49 Pa The system. shall have an F rating T rating of not less than one hour but not less than the required. 2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 Page 8,rating of the floor penetrated. Exceptions, 1 Floor penetrations contained and located within the cavity of a wall above the.
floor or below the floor do not require a T rating. 2 Floor penetrations by floor drains tub drains or shower drains contained and. located within the concealed space of a horizontal assembly do not require a T. 716 2 6 1 Door closing Fire doors shall be latching and self or automatic closing in. accordance with this section,Exceptions, 1 Fire doors located in common walls separating sleeping units in Group R 1. shall be permitted without automatic or self closing devices. 2 The elevator car doors and the associated hoistway enclosure doors at the floor. level designated for recall in accordance with Section 3003 2 shall be permitted. to remain open during Phase I emergency recall operation. 3 Interior doors located in exit enclosures smoke proof enclosures and exit. passageways in Group R and I 1 occupancies shall be automatic closing fire. door assemblies in accordance with NFPA 80 and controlled in accordance. with NFPA 72, 903 2 6 Group I An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout. buildings with a Group I fire area,Exceptions, 1 An automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with Section 903 3 1 1 is. required in Group I 1 Condition 1 or 2 facilities, 2 An automatic sprinkler system is not required where day care facilities are at. the level of exit discharge and where every room where care is provided has at. least one exterior exit door, 3 In buildings where Group I 4 day care is provided on levels other than the level.
of exit discharge an automatic sprinkler in accordance with Section 903 3 1 1. shall be installed on the entire floor where care is provided and all floors. between the level of care and the level of exit discharge all floors below the. level of exit discharge other than areas classified as an open parking garage. 903 2 8 Group R An automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with Section. 2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 Page 9, 903 3 shall be provided throughout all buildings with a Groups R 1and R 4 fire areas. and Group R 2 multifamily residences having six or more dwelling units. 903 3 1 1 1 Exempt locations Automatic sprinklers shall not be required in the. following rooms or areas where such rooms or areas are protected with an approved. automatic fire detection system in accordance with Section 907 2 that will respond to. visible or invisible particles of combustion Sprinklers shall not be omitted from any. room merely because it is damp of fire resistance rated construction or contains. electrical equipment, 1 Any room where the application of water or flame and water constitutes a. serious life or fire hazard, 2 Any room or space where sprinklers are considered undesirable because of the. nature of the contents when approved by the fire code official Such rooms. shall be separated from the remainder of the building by fire barrier walls and. horizontal assemblies having a fire resistance rating of not less than two hours. 3 Generator and transformer rooms separated from the remainder of the building. by walls and floor ceiling or roof ceiling assemblies having a fire resistance. rating of not less than two hours, 4 Rooms or areas that are of noncombustible construction with wholly. noncombustible contents, 5 Fire service access elevator machine rooms and machinery spaces.
6 Machine rooms and machinery spaces associated with occupant evacuation. elevators designed in accordance with Section 3008. 904 12 2 System interconnection The actuation of the fire suppression system shall. automatically shut down the fuel and or electrical power supply to the cooking. equipment and all electrical receptacles located beneath the hood The fuel and. electrical supply reset shall be manual, 907 2 1 1 System initiation in Group A occupancies with an occupant load of. 1 000 or more Activation of the fire alarm in Group A occupancies with an occupant. load of 1 000 or more shall initiate a signal using an emergency voice alarm. communications system in accordance with Section 907 5 2 2. Exceptions, 1 Group A 3 occupancies used for religious worship. 2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 P a g e 10, 2 Where approved the prerecorded announcement is allowed to be manually. deactivated for a period of time not to exceed 3 minutes for the sole purpose. of allowing a live voice announcement from an approved constantly attended. 907 2 2 Group B A manual fire alarm system shall be installed in Group B. occupancies where one of the following conditions exists. 1 The combined Group B occupant load of all floors is 500 or more. 2 The Group B occupant load is more than 100 persons above or below the. lowest level of exit discharge, 3 The fire area contains an ambulatory care facility. 4 The Group B occupancy has more than two occupied levels. Exception Manual fire alarm boxes are not required where the building is equipped. throughout with an automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with Section. 903 3 1 1 and the occupant notification appliances will activate throughout the. notification zones upon sprinkler water flow, 907 2 6 2 Group I 2 An automatic smoke detection system shall be installed in.
corridors in nursing homes long term care facilities detoxification facilities and. spaces permitted to be open to the corridors by Section 407 2 The system shall be. activated in accordance with Section 907 5 Hospitals shall be equipped with smoke. detection as required in Section 407,Exceptions, Corridor smoke detection is not required in smoke compartments that contain. sleeping units where such units are provided with smoke detectors that comply. with UL 268 Such detectors shall provide a visual display on the corridor side. of each sleeping unit and shall provide an audible and visual alarm at the care. provider station attending each unit Smoke detectors installed as part of an. intelligent or addressable fire alarm system capable of annunciation of room. origin at a constantly attended location shall be acceptable. 907 2 8 2 Automatic smoke detection system An automatic smoke detection system. that activates the occupant notification system in accordance with Section 907 5 shall. be installed throughout all interior corridors serving sleeping units and at the top of. each stairwell, Exception An automatic smoke detection system is not required in buildings that do. not have interior corridors serving sleeping units and where each sleeping unit has a. means of egress door opening directly to an exit or to an exterior exit access that leads. directly to an exit,2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 P a g e 11. 907 2 8 4 Heat detectors Heat detectors shall be installed in each attic subdivision or. similar areas not otherwise covered by an automatic fire extinguishing system. Exceptions, 1 Heat detection is not required in areas protected by an automatic fire. extinguishing system installed in accordance with Section 903 3 1 1 or in. addition to the requirements of Section 903 3 1 2, 2 Heat detectors are not required where the fire partitions extend into and.
through the interstitial attic space, 907 2 9 Group R 2 Fire alarm systems and smoke alarms shall be installed in Group. R 2 occupancies as required in Sections 907 2 9 1 through 907 2 9 5. 907 2 9 1 Manual fire alarm system A manual fire alarm system that activates the. occupant notification system in accordance with Section 907 5 shall be installed in. Group R 2 occupancies where, 1 Any dwelling unit or sleeping unit is located three or more stories above the. lowest level of exit discharge, 2 Any dwelling unit or sleeping unit is located more than one story below the. highest level of exit discharge of exits serving the dwelling unit or sleeping. 3 The building contains more than 16 dwelling units or sleeping units. 4 The building contains four or more dwelling units or sleeping units above the. level of exit discharge,Exceptions, 1 A fire alarm system is not required in buildings not more than two stories in. height where all dwelling units or sleeping units and contiguous attic and crawl. spaces are separated from each other and public or common areas by at least 1. hour fire partitions and each dwelling unit or sleeping unit has an exit directly. to a public way egress court or yard, 2 Manual fire alarm boxes are not required where the building is equipped.
throughout with an automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with. Section 903 3 1 1 or 903 3 1 2 and the occupant notification appliances will. automatically activate throughout the notification zones upon a sprinkler water. 3 A fire alarm system is not required in buildings that do not have interior. corridors serving dwelling units and are protected by an approved automatic. 2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 P a g e 12, sprinkler system installed in accordance with Section 903 3 1 1 or 903 3 1 2. provided that dwelling units either have a means of egress door opening. directly to an exterior exit access that leads directly to the exits or are served by. open ended corridors designed in accordance with Section 1026 6 Exception. 907 2 9 4 Smoke detectors Automatic smoke detection shall be provided in each. stairway and all exit corridors, 907 2 9 5 Automatic heat detectors Automatic heat detectors shall be installed in. each attic subdivision any attached garages and similar areas not otherwise covered by. an automatic fire extinguishing system,Exceptions, 1 Automatic heat detection is not required in areas protected by an automatic. fire extinguishing system installed in accordance with Section 903 3 1 1 or in. addition to the requirements of Section 903 3 1 2, 2 Automatic heat detectors are not required where the fire partitions extend into. and through the interstitial attic space, 907 2 12 1 2 Duct smoke detection Duct smoke detectors complying with Section.
907 3 1 shall be located as follows, 1 In the main return air and exhaust air plenum of each air conditioning system. having a capacity greater than 2 000 cubic feet per minute cfm 0 94 m3 s. Such detectors shall be located in a serviceable area downstream of the last. duct inlet, 2 At each connection to a vertical duct or riser serving two or more stories from. a return air duct or plenum of an air conditioning system In Group R 1 and R. 2 occupancies a smoke detector is allowed to be used in each return air riser. carrying not more than 5 000 cfm 2 4 m3 s and serving not more than 10 air. inlet openings, 2 Duct smoke detectors installed more than 10 feet above a finished floor above a. ceiling or on a rooftop shall be installed with remote test indicators in an approved. location below and in proximity to the unit served. 912 2 1 Visible location Fire department connections shall be located on the street. side of buildings or facing approved fire apparatus access roads fully visible and. recognizable from the street fire apparatus road or nearest point of fire department. vehicle access or as otherwise approved by the building official and or local fire chief. A weather rated horn strobe connected to the fire detection or sprinkler system shall be. located not lower than 8 feet above the fire department connection and within 10 feet. horizontally of the connection The weather rated horn strobe must be visible from the. fire lane or street,2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 P a g e 13. 1007 1 1 Two exits or exit access doorways Where two exits exit access doorways exit access. stairways or ramps or any combination thereof including the exit access are required from any. portion of the exit access they shall be placed a distance apart equal to not less than one half of. the length of the maximum overall diagonal dimension of the building or area to be served. measured in a straight line between them Interlocking or scissor stairways shall be counted as. one exit stairway,Exceptions, 1 Where interior exit stairways or ramps are interconnected by a 1 hour fire resistance rated.
corridor conforming to the requirements of Section 1020 the required exit separation shall be. measured along the shortest direct line of travel within the corridor. 2 Where a building is equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance. with Section 903 3 1 1 or 903 3 1 2 the separation distance shall be not less than one third of the. length of the maximum overall diagonal dimension of the area served. 1007 1 2 Three or more exits or exit access doorways Where access to three or. more exits is required not less than two exit or exit access doorways including the exit. access shall be arranged in accordance with the provisions of Section 1007 1 1. Additional required exit or exit access doorways shall be arranged a reasonable. distance apart so that if one becomes blocked the others will be available. 1010 1 7 Thresholds Thresholds at doorways shall not exceed 3 4 inch 19 1 mm in. height above the finished floor or landing for sliding doors serving dwelling units or. 1 2 inch 12 7 mm above the finished floor or landing for other doors Raised. thresholds and floor level changes greater than 1 4 inch 6 4 mm at doorways shall be. beveled with a slope not greater than one unit vertical in two units horizontal 50. percent slope, Exception In occupancy Group R 2 or R 3 threshold height for sliding and side. hinged exterior doors shall be permitted to be up to 8 inches 203 mm in height if all. of the following apply, 1 The door is not part of the required means of egress. 2 The door is not part of an accessible route as required by Chapter 11. 3 The door is not part of an Accessible unit Type A unit or Type B unit. 2 In Type B units where Exception 5 to Section 1010 1 5 permits a 4 inch 102 mm. elevation change at the door the threshold height on the exterior side of the door shall. not exceed 43 4 inches 120 mm in height above the exterior deck patio or balcony. 2018 IBC City of Brandon June 2019 P a g e 14, for sliding doors or 41 2 inches 114 mm above the exterior deck patio or balcony for. other doors, 1010 1 9 4 Locks and latches Locks and latches shall be permitted to prevent. operation of doors where any of the following exists. 1 Places of detention or restraint, 2 In buildings in occupancy Group A having an occupant load of 300 or less.
Groups B F M and S and in places of religious worship and exterior decks. allowed to have one exit where the exit access from the deck extends back into. the building the main exterior door or doors are permitted to be equipped with. key operated locking devices from the egress side provided. 2 1 The locking device is readily distinguishable as locked. 2 2 A readily visible durable sign is posted on the egress side on or adjacent to. the door stating THIS DOOR TO REMAIN UNLOCKED WHEN THIS. SPACE IS OCCUPIED The sign shall be in letters 1 inch 25 mm high. on a contrasting background and, 2 3 The use of the key operated locking device is revocable by the building. official for due cause, 3 Where egress doors are used in pairs approved automatic flush bolts shall be. permitted to be used provided that the door leaf having the automatic flush. bolts has no doorknob or surface mounted hardware, 4 Doors from individual dwelling or sleeping units of Group R occupancies. having an occupant load of 10 or less are permitted to be equipped with a night. latch dead bolt or security chain provided such devices are openable from the. inside without the use of a key or tool, 5 Fire doors after the minimum elevated temperature has disabled the unlatching. mechanism in accordance with listed fire door test procedures. 6 Doors serving roofs not intended to be occupied shall be permitted to be locked. preventing entry to the building from the roof, 1011 5 2 Riser height and tread depth Stair riser heights shall be 7 inches 178 mm.
maximum and 4 inches 102 mm minimum The riser height shall be measured vertically. between the nosings of adjacent treads Rectangular tread depths shall be 11 inches 279 mm. minimum measured horizontally between the vertical planes of the foremost projection of. adjacent treads and at a right angle to the tread s nosing Winder treads shall have a minimum.

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