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Rafter Spans for 35 and 40 psf Snow Loads

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2016 SBC & CSFSC Memorandum

CHRISTOPHER RICHARD LAUX / building official / code consultant

September 27, 2016

Memo to: Clients and Friends in the construction industry

From: Christopher Laux

Subject: Adoption of 2016 State Building Code (SBC) and Connecticut State Fire Safety

Code (CSFSC)

The Office of the State Building Inspector (OSBI) and the Office of the State Fire

Marshal (OSFM) have just announced that the 2016 SBC and CSFSC have been

approved for adoption affecting all permit applications made on or after October 1,

OSBI and OSFM Announce 2016 Code Change

The Office of the State Building Inspector (OSBI) and the Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) are pleased to announce that the 2016 State Building Code and 2016 State Fire Safety Code have been approved and will be effective for all permit applications made on or after October 1, 2016. For the next three to four months, projects with designs based on the 2005 codes, in progress before October, may apply for a modification if meeting the 2016 codes is impractical.

Construction Cost Guideline

Please see attached informational guidline on construction costs

CSST

CORRUGATED STAINLESS STEEL TUBING

One and two family dwellings and townhouses in Connecticut need comply with the 2012 IRC:
2012 ICC IRC

Section G2411
ELECTRICAL BONDING

G2411.1 Pipe and tubing other than CSST.

2017 Membership Drive

Our membership dive for FY 16-17 is now open, as usual our meetings will begin in September and run through June. Please see attached membership cover letter and application.

2016 Public Acts

Please see attached

Codes and Standards Regulations Checklist

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Continuing education requirements concerning municipal inspectors

Continuing education requirements concerning municipal inspectors holding a P-1 or a P-2 license

The Plumbing and piping Board voted and approved the following motion: Effective September 1, 2015, the Plumbing and Piping Work Examining Board will no longer be giving credit for the building official related course of continuing education required for certified mechanical inspectors that maintain a building official certification. All P-1 and P-2 license holders must take the Board’s prescribed course each two-year cycle.

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