1302.0700 Plan Review

Published: 2015

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1302.0700 PLAN REVIEW.

Subpart 1.

Materials to be submitted.

When a municipality does not contract with the state for code administration and enforcement services on public buildings and state licensed facilities as referred to in part 1302.0850, plans, specifications, and related documents for new construction, additions, and remodeling must be submitted to the state building official.

Subp. 2.

Information to be included.

A person who must submit plans and specifications under this part shall include:


two complete sets of drawings, specification books, and other relevant documents necessary to evidence code compliance, with appropriate certification on each sheet of the drawings and the title page of the specifications book;


a completed plan review and construction authorization application form provided by the state building official;


the appropriate fee established by part 1302.0600; and


a reference to any optional chapters of the code as identified in part 1300.2900 adopted by the municipality and any optional appendix chapters of the Uniform Building Code as identified in part 1305.0020 adopted by the municipality.

Subp. 3.

State building official's duties.

The state building official or the official's agent shall review submittals and prepare written comments defining items not in compliance with the code. The written comments must be mailed to the submitting designer with copies to the municipal building official, when applicable, and the owner, and a copy must be kept on file by the state building official. The submitting designer shall respond to the review comments of the state building official within 14 days, describing the methods of correcting the errors or omissions in compliance with the comments of the state building official or the official's agent.
Authorization for construction must be granted when compliance with the requirements of the code is documented.