Upon completion of the project, documentation shall be prepared that verifies all performance and prescriptive code provisions have been met. When required by the code official in accordance with Section 126.96.36.199, the principal design professional shall file a report that verifies bounding conditions are met.
All approved design documents, the operations and maintenance manual, inspection and testing records, and certificates of occupancy with conditions shall be included in the project documentation of the code official's records.
Design features with bounding conditions determined by the design professional to require continued operation and maintenance by the owner throughout the life of the building as conditions of compliance with the objectives of this code shall be recorded as a deed restriction as required by the code official until released by the code official.
The code official has the authority to require a technical opinion and report from an individual or organization with special expertise to identify and develop methods of protection from special hazards and to determine the acceptability of technologies, processes, products, equipment, materials and uses applicable to the design, operation or use of a building or facility. The intent of this code is that the technical opinion and report shall be prepared by a qualified individual. See Appendix D.