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Building Design Criteria

Building Design Criteria

The State of California adopts a set of new construction codes every three years referred to as the California Building Standards Code. The 2019 California Building Standards Code was adopted by the Montclair City Council (Ordinance No. 19-988). The 2019 CBC was effective on January 1, 2020. The adopted code includes:

  • 2019 California Building Code Volumes 1 & 2
  • 2019 California Mechanical Code
  • 2019 California Plumbing Code
  • 2019 California Electrical Code
  • 2019 California Existing Buildings Code
  • 2019 California Fire Code
  • 2019 California Energy Code
  • 2019 California Residential Building Code
  • 2019 California Green Building Standards Code
  • 2019 California Historical Building Code
  • 2015 International Property Management Code

Seismic

Seismic Design Category “D” “E” or “F” as determined by the California Building Code Section 1613.5.6

Wind

Use 96 MPH wind speed, Exposure B.

Rainfall

Design for maximum rainfall of 2 inches per hour.

Those eligible to pull a Building Permit:

 

1. Any properly licensed State Contractor

2. An Owner of a residential or commercial property on which the project is proposed.

3. An Agent for the Owner or Licensed Contractor

 

 

  

 Worker’s Compensation Certificate Requirements:

Prior to issuance of any permit, a valid certificate of Worker’s Compensation Insurance must be filed with the City Building and Safety Division.

(Section 7031.5, California Business and Professional Code)

Those eligible to pull a Building Permit:

 

1. Any properly licensed State Contractor

2. An Owner of a residential or commercial property on which the project is proposed.

3. An Agent for the Owner or Licensed Contractor

 

 

  

 Worker’s Compensation Certificate Requirements:

Prior to issuance of any permit, a valid certificate of Worker’s Compensation Insurance must be filed with the City Building and Safety Division.

(Section 7031.5, California Business and Professional Code)

Those eligible to pull a Building Permit:

 

1. Any properly licensed State Contractor

2. An Owner of a residential or commercial property on which the project is proposed.

3. An Agent for the Owner or Licensed Contractor

 

 

  

 Worker’s Compensation Certificate Requirements:

Prior to issuance of any permit, a valid certificate of Worker’s Compensation Insurance must be filed with the City Building and Safety Division.

(Section 7031.5, California Business and Professional Code)

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