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International Building Code 2012 (IBC 2012)

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Preface

Effective Use of the International Building Code

2015 Minnesota Building Code Administration

2015 Minnesota Provisions to the Minnesota State Building Code (Including Radon)

Minnesota Rules, Chapter 1305

Chapter 1 Scope and Administration

Chapter 2 Definitions

Chapter 3 Use and Occupancy Classification

Chapter 4 Special Detailed Requirements Based on Use and Occupancy

Chapter 5 General Building Heights and Areas

Chapter 6 Types of Construction

Chapter 7 Fire and Smoke Protection Features

Chapter 8 Interior Finishes

Chapter 9 Fire Protection Systems

Chapter 10 Means of Egress

Icc 300 Bleachers, Folding and Telescopic Seating, and Grandstands

Chapter 1 Application and Administration

Chapter 2 Definitions

Chapter 3 Construction

Chapter 4 Egress

Chapter 5 Existing Bleachers, Folding and Telescopic Seating, and Grandstands

Chapter 11 Accessibility

Chapter 12 Interior Environment

Chapter 13 Energy Efficiency

Chapter 14 Exterior Walls

Chapter 15 Roof Assemblies and Rooftop Structures

Chapter 16 Structural Design

Chapter 17 Special Inspections and Tests

Chapter 18 Soils and Foundations

Chapter 19 Concrete

Chapter 20 Aluminum

Chapter 21 Masonry

Chapter 22 Steel

Chapter 23 Wood

Chapter 24 Glass and Glazing

Chapter 25 Gypsum Board and Plaster

Chapter 26 Plastic

Chapter 27 Electrical

Chapter 28 Mechanical Systems

Chapter 29 Plumbing Systems

Elevators and Related Devices (Minnesota Rule Chapter 1307)

Chapter 30 Elevators and Conveying Systems (Minnesota Rule 1307.0095)

Minnesota Amendments to Asme A18.1—2011 (Minnesota Rule 1307.0110)

Chapter 31 Special Construction

Chapter 32 Encroachments Into the Public Right-Of-Way

Chapter 33 Safeguards During Construction

Chapter 34 Existing Structures

Chapter 35 Referenced Standards

This chapter governs the electrical components, equipment and systems used in buildings and structures covered by this code. Electrical components, equipment and systems shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the provisions of NFPA 70.
Emergency and standby power systems shall be installed in accordance with Minnesota Rules, Chapter 1315.
Stationary emergency and standby power generators required by this code shall be listed in accordance with UL 2200.
Emergency and standby power systems shall be provided where required by Sections 2702.2.1 through 2702.2.20.
Emergency power shall be provided for emergency voice/alarm communication systems in Group A occupancies in accordance with Section 907.5.2.2.4.
Standby power shall be provided for smoke control systems in accordance with Section 909.11.
Emergency power shall be provided for exit signs in accordance with Section 1011.6.3.
Emergency power shall be provided for means of egress illumination in accordance with Section 1006.3.
Standby power shall be provided for elevators that are part of an accessible means of egress in accordance with Section 1007.4.
Standby power in accordance with this section or ASME A 18.1 shall be provided for platform lifts that are part of an accessible means of egress in accordance with Section 1007.5.
Standby power shall be provided for horizontal sliding doors in accordance with Section 1008.1.4.3.
Emergency power shall be provided for semiconductor fabrication facilities in accordance with Section 415.10.10.
Standby power shall be provided for auxiliary inflation systems in accordance with Section 3102.8.2. Emergency power shall be provided for exit signs in temporary tents and membrane structures in accordance with the International Fire Code.
Emergency or standby power shall be provided in occupancies with hazardous materials in accordance with Section 414.5.3.
Emergency power shall be provided for occupancies with highly toxic or toxic materials in accordance with the International Fire Code.
Standby power shall be provided for occupancies with silane gas in accordance with the International Fire Code.
Emergency power shall be provided for occupancies with silane gas in accordance with the International Fire Code.
Standby power shall be provided for voice/alarm communication systems in covered and open mall buildings in accordance with Section 402.7.3.
Emergency and standby power shall be provided in high-rise buildings in accordance with Sections 403.4.8 and 403.4.9.
Emergency and standby power shall be provided in underground buildings in accordance with Sections 405.8 and 405.9.
Emergency power shall be provided for doors in Group I-3 occupancies in accordance with Section 408.4.2.
Standby power shall be provided in airport traffic control towers in accordance with Section 412.3.4.
Standby power for elevators shall be provided as set forth in Sections 3003.1, 3007.9 and 3008.9.
Standby power shall be provided for smokeproof enclosures as required by Section 909.20.6.2.
Emergency and standby power systems shall be maintained and tested in accordance with the International Fire Code.
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