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2 AMENDMENTS TO THE BULDNG CODE FOR THE CTY AND COUNTY OF DENVER

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4 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The review of the nternational Codes developed by the nternational Code Council (CC) was performed in response to concerns expressed on behalf of the construction and development industries, businesses, design professionals, educational institutions, local government, affordable housing and most of all the citizens of Denver. The CC Codes and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Codes are written to meet the needs of a variety of jurisdictions and need to be fine-tuned to address the specific needs of the City and County of Denver. As a result, the Building Code Revision Committee (BCRC), a group of highly qualified individuals who have demonstrated knowledge and competence in the design and construction of buildings and structures developed these amendments. These individuals participated in the testing of building components and systems, the investigation of fires and explosions and in the enforcement of regulations pertaining to life-safety issues from fires, explosions and other hazards encountered in buildings and structures. This committee went through this process to recommend the adoption of the 2006 Series of -Codes. The committee members have produced a comprehensive set of effective amendments that directly affect safety to life within the City and County of Denver. As a result, these Amendments to the 2006 nternational Building Code and nternational Fire Code were adopted. We wish to acknowledge the members of Denver s City Council, the Mayor s Office, City Attorney s Office, Fire Department, Building and Construction Services of Community Planning and Development, the Building Code Revision Committee, its subcommittees and the organizations they represented for the time, dedication and professionalism devoted to the development of this document. MEMBERS OF CTY COUNCL Rick Garcia District 1 Jeanne Faatz District 2 Paul Lopez District 3 Peggy Lehmann District 4 Marcia Johnson District 5 Charlie Brown District 6 Chris Nevitt District 7 Carla Madison District 8 Judy Montero District 9 Jeanne Robb District 10 Michael B. Hancock District 11 Carol Boigon At Large Doug Linkhart At Large

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6 COMMTTEE MEMBERS BULDNG CODE REVSON COMMTTEE Steve Rondinelli, A..A., Chair American nstitute of Architects John Fairbairn Denver Board of Realtors Patrick Hilleary Builders Owners and Managers Association Rich Haas Associated General Contractor Ed Neuberg Commission for People with Disabilities Bob Koelbel Home Builders Association Jeffrey Sawarynski, P.E. Mechanical Engineers Wally Prebis, P.E. Structural Engineers Association of Colorado Henry Solano Pipe Fitters, Local 208 Neal Hall Colorado Building & Trades Council, AFL-CO Mark Guerrero Denver Public Schools Joseph Gonzales, Division Chief Fire Prevention Bureau Peter Bemelen, P.E. CPD - Building Official Valentina Guereca CPD - BCRC Secretary FRE CODE REVSON COMMTTEE Masoud Sabounchi, P.E., C.B.O., Chair Advanced Consulting Engineers Randy Adrian Metro Denver Building Owners and Managers Association William H. Campbell, A..A. University of Denver David Clark, P.E. Fire Prevention Bureau Greg Forge Maguire Properties George Hadji, P.E. Hadji and Associates, Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Marvin Heath Central Fire Protection, Colorado Professional Fire Sprinkler Association Mary Hoddinott, P.E. Denver Water Department Gary Jensen, P.E. Hensel Phelps Construction, Association of General Contractors Ed Kocman, P.E. Denver Building Department Shane Mettler, A..A. J.G. Johnson Architects, American nstitute of Architects Gerald Mollendor Lewis Maintenance, Hazardous Materials Mitigation/Remediation Association Darwin Neiman, Ph.D. Hazmat Section, Denver Fire Department Ed Neuberg Commission for People with Disabilities Mike Turzanski Cushman and Wakefield of Colorado, Building Operators Association Larry Vair, P.E. Denver Public Schools Eric Wilhelm, P.E. FM Global Mimi Saylor Staff Assistant, Fire Department Joseph Gonzales Division Chief, Fire Department Tim Carrier, Esq. City Attorney's Office An expression of sincere thanks is extended to the above individuals who have contributed assistance and counsel in the development of Denver's Building and Fire Codes. The committee members gave time away from their responsibilities and livelihood to serve as volunteers in this effort. The net result is a major contribution toward preserving our well-being and property by providing a safe environment for the welfare of the people who live, work and visit the City and County of Denver. n particular, we also wish to thank Diane Barrett of the Mayor s Office for her assistance and guidance. John W. Hickenlooper Mayor City & County of Denver Peter Park Nick Nuanes Manager Chief Community Planning and Development Denver Fire Department Alvin J. LaCabe, Jr. Manager of Safety Denver Department of Safety

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8 TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR THE DENVER AMENDMENTS TO THE 2006 NTERNATONAL CODES

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10 DENVER AMENDMENTS TO THE ADMNSTRATON OF THE 2006 DENVER BULDNG CODE CHAPTER 1 2 ADMNSTRATON 2 SECTON PURPOSE AND SCOPE 2 SECTON ORGANZATON OF BULDNG PERMTTNG AND NSPECTON SERVCES 3 SECTON GENERAL POWERS AND DUTES OF THE AGENCY 3 SECTON SERVCE 4 SECTON APPLCATON TO EXSTNG BULDNGS 4 SECTON UNSAFE BULDNGS OR STRUCTURES 5 SECTON UNSAFE UTLTY 6 SECTON NOTCE AND ABATEMENT OF UNSAFE BULDNGS, STRUCTURES OR UTLTES 8 SECTON USED MATERALS 9 SECTON ALTERNATE MATERALS, DESGN AND METHODS OF CONSTRUCTON AND EQUPMENT 9 SECTON PROHBTONS, VOLATONS, PENALTES AND REMEDES 10 SECTON BOARD OF APPEALS 11 SECTON APPEALS 14 SECTON APPEALS FROM DECSONS OF THE BOARD 15 SECTON VALDTY OF BULDNG CODE 15 SECTON LABLTY 15 SECTON LCENSNG, CERTFCATON, REGSTRATON 16 SECTON AUTHORTY 16 SECTON LCENSES OR REGSTRATON 16 SECTON CLASSFCATON OF LCENSES AND REGSTRATON 17 SECTON LCENSE FEES 21 SECTON LCENSE RENEWAL 21 SECTON RESSUANCE OF LCENSE 21 SECTON LCENSEE AND REGSTRANT RESPONSBLTY 21 SECTON LCENSE AND REGSTRATON CHANGES 22 SECTON SUSPENSON OR REVOCATON OF LCENSE 22 SECTON CERTFCATES 23 SECTON CLASSFCATON OF SUPERVSOR CERTFCATE OF QUALFCATON 24 SECTON i -

11 TABLE OF CONTENTS CLASSFCATON OF JOURNEYMAN AND OPERATOR CERTFCATE OF QUALFCATON 25 SECTON APPRENTCES AND TRANEES 27 SECTON CERTFCATE FEES 28 SECTON CERTFCATE RENEWAL 28 SECTON RESSUANCE 28 SECTON CERTFCATE HOLDER RESPONSBLTY 28 SECTON SUSPENSON OR REVOCATON OF CERTFCATE 29 SECTON EXAMNATON STANDARDS AND REVEW 30 SECTON PERMTS, PLANS, NSPECTONS, CERTFCATE OF OCCUPANCY 31 SECTON PERMTS 33 SECTON PERMT FEES 35 SECTON DRAWNGS AND SPECFCATONS 37 SECTON PREPARATON OF DRAWNGS AND SPECFCATONS 38 SECTON NFORMATON REQURED FOR PREPARATON OF DRAWNGS 40 SECTON FELD SURVEYS 41 SECTON NSPECTONS 42 SECTON SPECAL NSPECTONS 44 SECTON FNAL NSPECTON APPROVAL/CERTFCATE OF COMPLANCE 44 SECTON CERTFCATE OF OCCUPANCY 44 SECTON ADDRESS 46 SECTON PERMTS FOR TEMPORARY BULDNGS 46 SECTON FOUNDATON PERMTS 46 SECTON PHASED CONSTRUCTON PERMTS 47 SECTON TABLES AND FEES 47 AMENDMENTS TO THE 2006 EDTON OF THE NTERNATONAL BULDNG CODE CHAPTER 1 49 ADMNSTRATON 49 SECTON GENERAL 49 CHAPTER 2 49 DEFNTONS AND ABBREVATONS 49 SECTON GENERAL 49 SECTON DEFNTONS 49 CHAPTER ii -

12 TABLE OF CONTENTS USE AND OCCUPANCY CLASSFCATON 52 SECTON ASSEMBLY GROUP A 52 SECTON EDUCATONAL GROUP E 52 SECTON NSTTUTONAL GROUP 53 SECTON RESDENTAL GROUP R 53 SECTON UTLTY AND MSCELLANEOUS GROUP U 54 CHAPTER 4 54 SPECAL DETALED REQUREMENTS BASED ON USE AND OCCUPANCY 54 SECTON COVERED MALL BULDNGS 54 SECTON HGH-RSE BULDNGS 54 SECTON UNDERGROUND BULDNGS 55 SECTON MOTOR-VEHCLE-RELATED OCCUPANCES 55 SECTON SPECAL AMUSEMENT BULDNGS 55 SECTON LVE/WORK UNTS 55 CHAPTER 5 57 GENERAL BULDNG HEGHTS AND AREAS 57 SECTON UNLMTED AREA BULDNGS 57 SECTON MXED USE AND OCCUPANCES 57 CHAPTER 7 58 FRE-RESSTANCE-RATED CONSTRUCTON 58 SECTON EXTEROR WALLS 58 SECTON SHAFT ENCLOSURES 59 SECTON DUCTS AND AR TRANSFER OPENNGS 59 CHAPTER 9 60 FRE PROTECTON SYSTEMS 60 CHAPTER MEANS OF EGRESS 60 SECTON OCCUPANT LOAD 60 SECTON EGRESS WDTH 60 SECTON ACCESSBLE MEANS OF EGRESS 61 SECTON DOORS GATES AND TURNSTLES 62 SECTON STARWAYS 62 SECTON EXT SGNS 63 SECTON EXT ACCESS 63 SECTON VERTCAL EXT CLOSURES 64 SECTON iii -

13 TABLE OF CONTENTS ASSEMBLY 64 CHAPTER ACCESSBLTY 65 SECTON GENERAL 65 CHAPTER ROOF ASSEMBLES AND ROOFTOP STRUCTURES 66 SECTON WEATHER PROTECTON 66 SECTON REQUREMENTS FOR ROOF COVERNGS 66 SECTON REROOFNG 67 CHAPTER STRUCTURAL DESGN 68 SECTON LVE LOADS 68 SECTON SNOW LOADS 72 SECTON WND LOADS 72 SECTON EARTHQUAKE LOADS 72 CHAPTER STRUCTURAL TESTS AND SPECAL NSPECTONS 73 SECTON SPECAL NSPECTONS 73 CHAPTER SOLS AND FOUNDATONS 73 SECTON FOOTNGS AND FOUNDATONS 73 SECTON CAST-N-PLACE CONCRETE PLE FOUNDATONS 74 CHAPTER ELECTRCAL 74 SECTON GENERAL - DENVER 74 CHAPTER PLUMBNG SYSTEMS 74 [P] SECTON MNMUM PLUMBNG FACLTES 74 CHAPTER ELEVATORS AND CONVEYNG SYSTEMS 75 SECTON GENERAL 75 SECTON HOSTWAY ENCLOSURES 75 [F] SECTON EMERGENCY OPERATONS 75 SECTON HOSTWAY VENTNG 75 SECTON CONVEYNG SYSTEMS 76 SECTON ELEVATOR RECALL FOR HGH RSE BULDNGS WTH PRESSURZED HOSTWAYS 76 SECTON ELEVATOR, ESCALATOR AND MOVNG SDEWALK ACCDENT REPORTNG 76 CHAPTER SPECAL CONSTRUCTON 77 SECTON iv -

14 TABLE OF CONTENTS AWNNGS AND CANOPES 77 [CDH] SECTON MANUFACTURED OR FACTORY-BULT STRUCTURES 77 CHAPTER ENCROACHMENTS NTO THE PUBLC RGHT-OF-WAY 78 [PW] SECTON ENCROACHMENTS 78 CHAPTER SAFEGUARDS DURNG CONSTRUCTON 79 SECTON GENERAL 79 SECTON CONSTRUCTON SAFEGUARDS 79 SECTON DEMOLTON 79 SECTON PROTECTON OF PEDESTRANS 80 SECTON PROTECTON OF ADJONNG PROPERTY 80 SECTON TEMPORARY USE OF STREETS, ALLEYS AND PUBLC PROPERTY 81 SECTON MOVNG AND RELOCATON OF STRUCTURES 81 CHAPTER EXSTNG STRUCTURES 82 [EB] SECTON GENERAL 82 [EB] SECTON CHANGE OF OCCUPANCY 82 SECTON COMPLANCE ALTERNATVES 82 CHAPTER REHABLTATON OF EXSTNG BULDNG 83 SECTON GENERAL 83 SECTON COMMTTEE 83 SECTON COMMTTEE ACTVTES 84 \SECTON APPLCATON AND FEE 84 SECTON APPLCATON REVEW PROCEDURE 84 SECTON DECSON OF THE COMMTTEE 85 APPENDCES 86 APPENDX ADOPTON STATUS 86 BC APPENDCES 86 STATUS OF APPENDCES ON ADOPTON 86 APPENDX H 86 SGNS 86 [Z] SECTON H GENERAL 86 [Z] SECTON H DEFNTONS 87 APPENDX 88 PATO COVERS 88 SECTON STRUCTURAL PROVSONS 88 APPENDX K 88 - v -

15 TABLE OF CONTENTS CONSTRUCTON N DESGNATED SPECAL CONSTRUCTON ZONES 88 SECTON K GENERAL 88 SECTON K GENERAL PROVSONS 88 SECTON K HAZARDOUS GASES GENERATED BY LANDFLLS 88 APPENDX L 90 ACCESS CONTROL 90 SECTON L NTRODUCTON 90 SECTON L DEFNTONS 91 SECTON L GENERAL REQUREMENTS 93 SECTON L ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS WTH MAGNETC LOCKS 95 SECTON L DELAYED EGRESS SYSTEMS 96 SECTON L SECURNG AN ELEVATOR LOBBY WTH AN ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM 97 SECTON L SECURNG EXT ENCLOSURE (STAR TOWER) DOORS 98 SECTON L CONTRACTOR LCENSNG REQUREMENTS FOR ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS 101 SECTON L ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM PERMT REQUREMENTS 102 SECTON L ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM PERMT NSPECTON PROCESS 105 SECTON L ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM TESTNG AND MANTENANCE 105 SECTON L ACCESS CONTROL SAMPLE DRAWNGS 106 APPENDX M 113 COLORADO TTLE 9 ARTCLE 5 - STANDARDS FOR ACCESSBLE HOUSNG DEFNTONS DSABLTES COVERED - PURPOSE APPLCABLTY OF STANDARDS - ENFORCEMENT RESPONSBLTY FOR ENFORCNG STANDARDS EXEMPTONS FOR CERTAN PRVATELY FUNDED PROJECTS MPLEMENTATON PLAN. 116 APPENDX N 116 CONSTRUCTON OF ARPORT BULDNGS AND STRUCTURES 116 SECTON N GENERAL 116 SECTON N DEFNTONS 116 SECTON N TYPE OF CONSTRUCTON 117 SECTON N OCCUPANCY 117 SECTON N MEANS OF EGRESS 118 SECTON N ARPORT RAMP DRANAGE 119 SECTON N ARPORT SMOKE CONTROL AND DETECTON 119 SECTON N ARPORT LFE SAFETY SYSTEMS 120 SECTON N vi -

16 TABLE OF CONTENTS ARPORT MECHANCAL 122 SECTON N ARPORT ELECTRCAL 122 SECTON N SUBSURFACE TUNNELS 123 SECTON N LQUD FUEL LNES 123 SECTON N STANDARDS 123 DENVER AMENDMENTS TO THE 2006 EDTON OF THE NTERNATONAL FRE CODE CHAPTER ADMNSTRATON 127 SECTON GENERAL 127 SECTON APPLCABLTY 128 SECTON DEPARTMENT OF FRE PREVENTON 128 SECTON GENERAL AUTHORTY AND RESPONSBLTES 128 SECTON PERMTS 131 SECTON NSPECTONS 142 SECTON MANTENANCE 143 SECTON BOARD OF APPEALS 144 SECTON VOLATONS 144 SECTON UNSAFE BULDNGS 145 SECTON LCENSES 145 SECTON PUBLC FRE EDUCATON 146 SECTON EMERGENCY PLANS AND PROCEDURES 146 SECTON FRE ALARM MONTORNG - PERMTS AND LCENSES 146 CHAPTER DEFNTONS 148 SECTON GENERAL DEFNTONS 148 CHAPTER GENERAL PRECAUTONS AGANST FRE 149 SECTON GENERAL 149 SECTON COMBUSTBLE WASTE MATERAL 149 SECTON OPEN FLAMES 149 SECTON POWERED NDUSTRAL TRUCKS 150 SECTON MSCELLANEOUS COMBUSTBLE MATERALS STORAGE 151 CHAPTER EMERGENCY PLANNNG AND PREPAREDNESS 151 SECTON vii -

17 TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL 151 SECTON DEFNTONS 152 SECTON PUBLC ASSEMBLAGES AND EVENTS 152 SECTON FRE SAFETY AND EVACUATON PLANS 152 SECTON EMERGENCY EVACUATON DRLLS 153 CHAPTER FRE SERVCE FEATURES 154 SECTON DEFNTONS 154 SECTON FRE APPARATUS ACCESS ROADS 154 SECTON ACCESS TO BULDNG OPENNGS AND ROOFS 155 SECTON HAZARDS TO FRE FGHTERS 156 SECTON FRE PROTECTON WATER SUPPLES 156 SECTON FRE COMMAND CENTER 157 SECTON FRE DEPARTMENT ACCESS TO EQUPMENT 158 CHAPTER BULDNG SERVCES AND SYSTEMS 159 SECTON FUEL-FRED APPLANCES 159 SECTON EMERGENCY AND STANDBY POWER SYSTEMS 159 SECTON MECHANCAL REFRGERATON 161 SECTON STATONARY STORAGE BATTERY SYSTEMS 161 CHAPTER FRE-RESSTANCE-RATED CONSTRUCTON 162 SECTON FLOOR OPENNGS AND SHAFTS 162 CHAPTER NTEROR FNSH, DECORATVE MATERALS AND FURNSHNGS 162 SECTON DECORATVE VEGETATON N NEW AND EXSTNG BULDNGS 162 CHAPTER FRE PROTECTON SYSTEMS 164 SECTON AUTOMATC SPRNKLER SYSTEMS 164 SECTON ALTERNATVE AUTOMATC FRE-EXTNGUSHNG SYSTEMS 165 SECTON STANDPPE SYSTEMS 165 SECTON PORTABLE FRE EXTNGUSHERS 166 SECTON FRE ALARM AND DETECTON SYSTEMS 166 SECTON SMOKE CONTROL SYSTEMS 185 SECTON SMOKE AND HEAT VENTS 201 SECTON viii -

18 TABLE OF CONTENTS FRE PUMPS 201 SECTON RADO ENHANCEMENT SYSTEM 202 CHAPTER MEANS OF EGRESS 203 SECTON MEANS OF EGRESS FOR EXSTNG BULDNGS 203 CHAPTER AVATON FACLTES 203 SECTON ARCRAFT FUELNG 203 SECTON HELSTOPS AND HELPORTS 203 CHAPTER FRE SAFETY DURNG CONSTRUCTON AND DEMOLTON 204 SECTON GENERAL 204 SECTON STANDPPES 204 SECTON ASBESTOS OPERATONS 204 CHAPTER FLAMMABLE FNSHES 205 SECTON GENERAL 205 SECTON SPRAY FNSHNG 205 SECTON DPPNG OPERATONS 205 SECTON FLOOR SURFACNG AND FNSHNG OPERATONS 205 CHAPTER FRUT AND CROP RPENNG 206 SECTON ETHYLENE GAS 206 CHAPTER FUMGATON AND THERMAL NSECTCDAL FOGGNG 206 SECTON GENERAL 206 SECTON FRE SAFETY REQUREMENTS 206 CHAPTER LUMBER YARDS AND WOODWORKNG FACLTES 207 SECTON FRE PROTECTON 207 SECTON EXTEROR STORAGE OF FNSHED LUMBER PRODUCTS 207 CHAPTER MANUFACTURE OF ORGANC COATNGS 207 SECTON PROCESS STRUCTURES 207 CHAPTER NDUSTRAL OVENS 208 SECTON LOCATON 208 CHAPTER MOTOR FUEL-DSPENSNG FACLTES AND REPAR GARAGES 208 SECTON DSPENSNG OPERATONS 208 SECTON ix -

19 TABLE OF CONTENTS OPERATONAL REQUREMENTS 208 SECTON REPAR GARAGES 209 CHAPTER HGH-PLED COMBUSTBLE STORAGE 209 SECTON GENERAL 209 SECTON GENERAL FRE PROTECTON AND LFE SAFETY FEATURES 209 SECTON RACK STORAGE 211 SECTON SPECALTY STORAGE 211 SECTON EXSTNG BULDNGS 211 SECTON STORAGE RACK NSTALLATON 213 CHAPTER TENTS, CANOPES AND OTHER MEMBRANE STRUCTURES 213 SECTON TEMPORARY TENTS, CANOPES AND MEMBRANE STRUCTURES 213 SECTON TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT TENTS, CANOPES AND MEMBRANE STRUCTURES 213 CHAPTER TRE REBULDNG AND TRE STORAGE 214 SECTON OUTDOOR STORAGE 214 SECTON FRE PROTECTON 214 CHAPTER WELDNG AND OTHER HOT WORK 214 SECTON GENERAL 214 SECTON GAS WELDNG AND CUTTNG 214 CHAPTER HAZARDOUS MATERALS GENERAL PROVSONS 215 SECTON GENERAL 215 SECTON DEFNTONS 215 SECTON GENERAL REQUREMENTS 216 SECTON STORAGE 216 SECTON USE, DSPENSNG AND HANDLNG 217 CHAPTER EXPLOSVES AND FREWORKS 217 SECTON GENERAL 217 SECTON SMALL ARMS AMMUNTON 218 CHAPTER FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTBLE LQUDS 218 SECTON GENERAL 218 SECTON STORAGE 218 SECTON x -

20 TABLE OF CONTENTS SPECAL OPERATONS 218 CHAPTER FLAMMABLE SOLDS 219 SECTON DEFNTONS 219 CHAPTER HGHLY TOXC AND TOXC MATERALS 219 SECTON HGHLY TOXC AND TOXC SOLDS AND LQUDS 219 CHAPTER LQUEFED PETROLEUM GASES 219 SECTON NSTALLATON OF EQUPMENT 219 SECTON LOCATON OF CONTANERS 219 SECTON STORAGE OF PORTABLE LP GAS CONTANERS AWATNG USE OR RESALE 220 CHAPTER OXDZERS 220 SECTON GENERAL REQUREMENTS 220 CHAPTER REFERENCED STANDARDS 221 APPENDCES 222 APPENDX ADOPTON STATUS 222 FC APPENDCES 222 STATUS OF APPENDCES ON ADOPTON 222 APPENDX B 223 FRE-FLOW REQUREMENTS FOR BULDNGS 223 SECTON B FRE-FLOW CALCULATON AREA 223 SECTON B FRE-FLOW REQUREMENTS FOR BULDNGS 223 APPENDX C 223 FRE HYDRANT LOCATONS AND DSTRBUTON 223 SECTON C WATER MANS SERVNG FRE HYDRANTS 223 APPENDX E 224 HAZARD CATEGORES 224 APPENDX F 224 HAZARD RANKNG 224 APPENDX G 224 CRYOGENC FLUDS WEGHT AND VOLUME EQUVALENTS 224 AMENDMENTS TO THE 2006 EDTON OF THE NTERNATONAL RESDENTAL CODE CHAPTER ADMNSTRATON 227 SECTON R TTLE, SCOPE AND PURPOSE 227 CHAPTER BULDNG PLANNNG 227 SECTON R DESGN CRTERA 227 SECTON R CELNG HEGHT 228 [CRS] SECTON R ACCESSBLTY 228 CHAPTER FOUNDATONS 228 SECTON R xi -

21 TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL 228 CHAPTER ROOF ASSEMBLES 229 SECTON R WEATHER PROTECTON 229 SECTON R REQUREMENTS FOR ROOF COVERNGS 229 CHAPTER ENERGY EFFCENCY 230 SECTON N GENERAL 230 CHAPTER GENERAL PLUMBNG REQUREMENTS 230 SECTON P NDVDUAL WATER SUPPLY AND SEWAGE DSPOSAL 230 SECTON P TRENCHNG AND BACKFLLNG 231 RC APPENDCES 231 STATUS OF APPENDCES ON ADOPTON 231 APPENDX E 231 MANUFACTURED HOUSNG USED AS DWELLNGS 231 SECTON AE SCOPE 231 DENVER AMENDMENTS TO THE 2006 EDTON OF THE NTERNATONAL MECHANCAL CODE CHAPTER ADMNSTRATON 235 SECTON GENERAL 235 CHAPTER VENTLATON 235 SECTON REQURED OUTDOOR VENTLATON AR 235 SECTON ENCLOSED PARKNG GARAGES 235 CHAPTER EXHAUST SYSTEMS 235 SECTON COMMERCAL KTCHEN HOODS 235 SECTON SMOKE CONTROL SYSTEMS 235 MC APPENDCES 235 STATUS OF APPENDCES ON ADOPTON 235 DENVER AMENDMENTS TO THE 2006 EDTON OF THE NTERNATONAL PLUMBNG CODE CHAPTER ADMNSTRATON 239 SECTON GENERAL 239 CHAPTER GENERAL REGULATONS 239 SECTON GENERAL 239 SECTON TRENCHNG, EXCAVATON AND BACKFLL 239 SECTON STRUCTURAL SAFETY 239 CHAPTER FXTURE, FAUCETS AND FXTURE FTTNGS xii -

22 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTON GENERAL 240 SECTON MNMUM PLUMBNG FACLTES 240 SECTON FOOD WASTE GRNDER UNTS 240 CHAPTER WATER SUPPLY AND DSTRBUTON 240 SECTON WATER SERVCE 240 SECTON PROTECTON OF POTABLE WATER SUPPLY 241 CHAPTER SANTARY DRANAGE 241 SECTON BULDNG SEWER 241 SECTON CLEANOUTS 241 SECTON SUMPS AND EJECTORS 241 CHAPTER NDRECT/SPECAL WASTE 242 SECTON SPECAL WASTES 242 SECTON FOOD WASTE 242 CHAPTER VENTS 242 SECTON VENT TERMNALS 242 SECTON VENT CONNECTONS AND GRADES 242 CHAPTER TRAPS, NTERCEPTORS AND SEPARATORS 243 SECTON NTERCEPTORS AND SEPARATORS 243 SECTON ABANDONED NTERCEPTORS 243 CHAPTER STORM DRANAGE 243 SECTON GENERAL 243 SECTON SZE OF CONDUCTORS, LEADERS AND STORM DRANS 243 PC APPENDCES 243 STATUS OF APPENDCES ON ADOPTON 243 DENVER AMENDMENTS TO THE 2006 EDTON OF THE NTERNATONAL FUEL & GAS CODE CHAPTER ADMNSTRATON 247 SECTON 101 (FGC) 247 GENERAL 247 CHAPTER GAS PPNG NSTALLATONS 247 SECTON 403 (FGC) 247 PPNG MATERALS 247 SECTON 404 (FGC) 247 PPNG SYSTEM NSTALLATON 247 SECTON 406 (FGC) 247 NSPECTON, TESTNG AND PURGNG xiii -

23 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER CHMNEYS AND VENTS 248 SECTON 505 (FGC) 248 DRECT VENT, NTEGRAL VENT, MECHANCAL VENT AND VENTLATON /EXHAUST HOOD VENTNG 248 CHAPTER SPECFC APPLANCES 248 SECTON 602 (FGC) 248 DECORATVE APPLANCES FOR NSTALLATON N FREPLACES 248 SECTON 609 (FGC) 248 FLOOR FURNACES 248 SECTON 621 (FGC) 248 UNVENTED ROOM HEATERS 248 SECTON 623 (FGC) 248 COOKNG APPLANCES 248 DENVER AMENDMENTS TO THE 2006 EDTON OF THE NTERNATONAL ENERGY CONSERVATON CODE CHAPTER ADMNSTRATON 251 SECTON GENERAL 251 CHAPTER RESDENTAL ENERGY EFFCENCY 251 SECTON CHAPTER ECC COMMERCAL ENERGY EFFCENCY 251 SECTON GENERAL xiv -

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26 CHAPTER 1 ADMNSTRATON SECTON 101 PURPOSE AND SCOPE Title. The title of this Ordinance shall be, and this Ordinance shall be cited, the Building Code of the City and County of Denver, and referred to hereinafter as the Code Purpose. The purpose of this Code is to provide minimum standards to safeguard life, health, property and public welfare by regulating and controlling the design, construction, quality of materials, use, occupancy, location and maintenance of all buildings and structures within the City and County of Denver (hereinafter City ), and certain equipment specifically regulated herein Scope. The provisions of this Code shall apply to and govern the following: New Buildings, Structures and Utilities. The Code shall regulate the construction, addition, alteration, repair, occupancy, use and maintenance of any building, structure or utility hereafter erected within the City, except as set forth in subsection below Existing Buildings, Structures or Utilities. The Code shall regulate the alteration, addition, repair, demolition, removal, moving, change of occupancy and maintenance of any existing building, structure or utility heretofore erected within the City Buildings, Structures and Utilities not Regulated by this Code. The Code shall not regulate the following work. 1. Work located primarily in the public way unless specifically provided for by this Code. 2. Public utility towers, poles and mechanical equipment used for the production, generation or distribution of the utility product or service through the facilities owned and operated by the utility company to the point of customer service. 3. RTD Light Rail construction on RTD right-of-way. Traction power substations, signal/communication relay cases and housing, associated conduit and wiring for the operation of the light rail lines and the construction of the station platforms. Refer to Section for additional exempt work Most Restrictive. Where in any specific case the requirements of different sections of this Code vary, the most restrictive shall govern. Where there is a conflict between a general requirement and a specific requirement, the specific requirement shall be applicable. Where there is a conflict between the provisions of this Code and any other legally adopted city ordinance, the most restrictive shall govern Transition Rules. This Code and implementation of all its provisions and policies shall become effective as follows: Effective date. The effective date of the new Code shall be four months after the date of the adopting ordinance to the nternational Building Code, nternational Fuel Gas Code, nternational Energy Conservation Code, nternational Plumbing Code, nternational Residential Code and the nternational Mechanical Code; including amendments. Amendments to the National Electric Code: the date of the adopting ordinance Continued use of the 2004 Denver Building Code. The option of the use of the 2004 Denver Building Code or the new Code shall be allowed for any projects that will be submitted to the Agency after the adopting ordinance and before the effective date of this Code. Major projects in the design stage during the drafting of the new Code that will be submitted to the Agency after the effective date of this Code may be reviewed under the 2004 Denver Building Code. Provided that the owner or the owner's agent submits a letter of commitment to the Agency stating: 1. Election to proceed under the 2004 Denver Building Code or this Code; AMENDMENTS TO THE ADMNSTRATON OF THE 2006 DENVER BULDNG CODE

27 2. Address of the construction project; 3. Description, number of stories, floor area, occupancy, etc., of the building; 4. Date of beginning design drawings; 5. Date of submitting construction drawings to the Agency. 6. That the construction of the project will start within 6 months and be completed within 24 months of the effective date of this Code if the option is to use the 2004 Denver Building Code. A letter of commitment must be submitted by the effective date of this Code Type approved. Type approved structures approved by the Agency prior to the effective date of the new Code are valid for permitting until 6 months after the effective date of the new Code. SECTON 102 ORGANZATON OF BULDNG PERMTTNG AND NSPECTON SERVCES Creation of administering agency. The administrative agency (hereinafter Agency ) responsible for administering and enforcing the Code shall be established under the Manager of Community Planning and Development Building Official. The Manager of Community Planning and Development shall appoint the Building Official. The Building Official is hereby authorized and directed to interpret and enforce all provisions of this Code Employees. n accordance with prescribed procedures, the Building Official shall authorize or appoint engineers, technicians, inspectors or other employees to perform duties and exercise powers delegated to the Building Official by this Code Authorization and dentification. Each employee of the Agency shall be provided with an identification card bearing information required by the Building Official. This card shall be carried by the person identified, and shall be displayed when necessary to identify the person properly to perform official duties. SECTON 103 GENERAL POWERS AND DUTES OF THE AGENCY Powers and Duties. This Agency shall administer and enforce this Code and all other ordinances, which are or may be assigned to the Agency for enforcement and administration. The Agency is vested with the duties of enforcing and administering this Code, and the power necessary for such enforcement nterpretations, Rules and Regulations. The Building Official shall have the full power to render interpretations of this Code and to adopt and enforce Rules and Regulations supplemental to this Code, as may be deemed necessary in order to clarify the application of Code provisions. Such interpretations and Rules and Regulations shall be in conformity with the intent and purpose of this Code. Rules and Regulations shall be adopted and recorded in accordance with the provisions of the Revised Municipal Code. The Board of Appeals may review any appeal of an Agency interpretation subject to Section 113 Appeals Modifications Under Special Circumstances. Whenever there are practical difficulties involved in carrying out the provisions of this Code, the Building Official may grant modifications for individual cases, provided the Building Official shall first notify the owner of the building, structure or utility and then find that a special individual reason makes the strict letter of the code impractical and that the modification is in conformity with the intent and purpose of this Code and that such modification does not lessen any fire protection requirements or any degree of structural integrity. The details of any action granting modifications shall be sent to the owner and entered in the permit files of the Agency Authority to nspect. The Agency shall have the authority to inspect or cause to be inspected all buildings, structures or utilities for compliance with this Code nvestigations and Surveys. ncidental to any of these duties and powers, but without limitation of the same, the Agency may conduct investigations or surveys to determine compliance or noncompliance with the provisions of this Code; and further may investigate or cause to be investigated all accidents pertaining to buildings, structures or utilities Right of Entry. Whenever an authorized representative of the Agency has reasonable cause to believe that there exists in any building or upon any premises any condition or Code violation which makes such building or premises an AMENDMENTS TO THE ADMNSTRATON OF THE 2006 DENVER BULDNG CODE

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