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Administration | Automotive | Building | Engineering | Highway Maintenance | Traffic On March 28, 2012, the new building code repealing chapter 5 (PDF) in the Hawai‘i County Code, is in effect. 2) BACK TO TOP (a) The “International Building Code, 2006 Edition” as copyrighted and published in 2006 by the International Code Council, Incorporated, as it is adopted and amended by Chapter 180 of Title 3, of the Hawai‘i Administrative Rules entitled “State Building Code” (the “HAR”), as such chapter may be amended or superseded from time to time, (the “IBC”) is hereby adopted by reference as set forth in this chapter, subject to the amendments set forth in article 3 and article 4 of this chapter. As used in this code, unless otherwise specified: “Administrative Authority” means the director of the department of public works, or the director’s authorized representative(s).Printed copies are available at the Hawai‘i County Clerk’s office for .00. The provisions of this code shall apply to the construction, alteration, movement, enlargement, replacement, repair, equipment, use and occupancy,location, maintenance, removal and demolition of every building or structure or any appurtenances connected or attached to such buildings or structures within the County inland of the shoreline high-water line, except work located primarily in a public way, public utility towers, bridges, and poles, mechanical equipment not specifically regulated in this code, and hydraulic flood control structures.(2012, Ord. Copies of the “International Building Code, 2006 Edition” and amendments thereto shall be available for public inspection at the department of public works and the office of the county clerk. “Assistant” means the authorized representative(s) of the administrative authority. Reference to the State of Hawai‘i Building Code Title 3, Chapter 180 of the Hawai‘i Administrative Rules, International Building Code; conflicting provisions. 2) BACK TO TOP (a) Buildings in existence at the time of the adoption of this code may have their existing use or occupancy continued if such use or occupancy was legal at the time of the adoption of this code, provided such continued uses do not constitute a hazard to the general safety and welfare of the occupants and the public.(b) Additions, Alterations and Repairs. The administrative authority shall maintain public office hours necessary to efficiently administer the provisions of this code and amendments thereto and shall perform the following duties: (1) Shall enforce the provisions of this code and shall have authority to render interpretations of this code and to adopt policies and procedures in order to clarify the application of its provisions.Any provisions of this code to the contrary notwithstanding, the following shall be at all times in full force and effect, and in situations of conflicting requirements, the stricter shall be complied with: Section 5-13. The administrative authority may adopt rules pursuant to chapter 91, Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, necessary for the purposes of this code.(2012, Ord. (6) Awnings projecting up to 4 feet and attached to the exterior walls of buildings of Group R-3 or U Occupancy; provided that the awnings do not violate the provisions for “yards” in Chapter 25 (Zoning) of the Hawai‘i County Code.
(g) All wood trusses of more than 24’-0” spans shall be designed and stamped by a professional architect or structural engineer.
This requirement may be imposed when prescriptive requirements of the building code are not being adhered to. (1) Pre-approval shall be limited to three typical model home designs per manufacturer per year, with no revisions.
Any revisions to the pre-approved plans will require submittal of the entire particular revised plans and documents for approval.
The building official may waive the requirements for submittal of plans and specifications in connection with a permit renewal if the work previously permitted remains the same, no amendments have been made to the building code affecting the work, and previously approved plans are still on file.
When the building official determines that plans need not be submitted, the original plans, stamped and approved by the building official, shall be the renewed permit plans.
(12) Cabinet work for R-3 Occupancy and individual units of R-1 and U Occupancies which are not regulated (under Section 310.3.12 Cooking Unit Clearances of this code).