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2006 International Building Code®
First Printing: January 2006
ISBN-13: 978-1-58001-251-5 (soft)
ISBN-10: 1-58001-251-5 (soft)
ISBN-13: 978-1-58001-250-8 (loose-leaf)
ISBN-10: 1-58001-250-7 (loose-leaf)
ISBN-13: 978-1-58001-302-4 (e-document)
ISBN-10: 1-58001-302-3 (e-document)
COPYRIGHT © 2006
by
INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL, INC.
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PREFACE
Introduction
Internationally, code officials recognize the need for a modern, up-to-date building code addressing the design and installation of
building systems through requirements emphasizing performance. The International Building Code®, in this 2006 edition, is
designed to meet these needs through model code regulations that safeguard the public health and safety in all communities, large
and small.
This comprehensive building code establishes minimum regulations for building systems using prescriptive and perfor-
mance-related provisions. It is founded on broad-based principles that make possible the use of new materials and new building
designs. This 2006 edition is fully compatible with all the International Codes® (I-Codes®) published by the International Code
Council (ICC)®, including the ICC Electrical Code®, International Energy Conservation Code®, International Existing Building
Code®, International Fire Code®, International Fuel Gas Code®, International Mechanical Code®, ICC Performance Code®, Inter-
national Plumbing Code®, International Private Sewage Disposal Code®, International Property Maintenance Code®, Interna-
tional Residential Code®, International Wildland-Urban Interface CodeTM and International Zoning Code®.
The International Building Code provisions provide many benefits, among which is the model code development process that
offers an international forum for building professionals to discuss performance and prescriptive code requirements. This forum pro-
vides an excellent arena to debate proposed revisions. This model code also encourages international consistency in the application
of provisions.
Development
The first edition of the International Building Code (2000) was the culmination of an effort initiated in 1997 by the ICC. This
included five drafting subcommittees appointed by ICC and consisting of representatives of the three statutory members of the
International Code Council at that time, including: Building Officials and Code Administrators International, Inc. (BOCA), Inter-
national Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) and Southern Building Code Congress International (SBCCI). The intent was to
draft a comprehensive set of regulations for building systems consistent with and inclusive of the scope of the existing model codes.
Technical content of the latest model codes promulgated by BOCA, ICBO and SBCCI was utilized as the basis for the development,
followed by public hearings in 1997, 1998 and 1999 to consider proposed changes. This 2006 edition presents the code as originally
issued, with changes reflected in the 2003 edition and further changes approved through the ICC Code Development Process
through 2005. A new edition such as this is promulgated every three years.
This code is founded on principles intended to establish provisions consistent with the scope of a building code that adequately
protects public health, safety and welfare; provisions that do not unnecessarily increase construction costs; provisions that do not
restrict the use of new materials, products or methods of construction; and provisions that do not give preferential treatment to par-
ticular types or classes of materials, products or methods of construction.
Adoption
The International Building Code is available for adoption and use by jurisdictions internationally. Its use within a governmental
jurisdiction is intended to be accomplished through adoption by reference in accordance with proceedings establishing the jurisdic-
tion's laws. At the time of adoption, jurisdictions should insert the appropriate information in provisions requiring specific local
information, such as the name of the adopting jurisdiction. These locations are shown in bracketed words in small capital letters in
the code and in the sample ordinance. The sample adoption ordinance on page v addresses several key elements of a code adoption
ordinance, including the information required for insertion into the code text.
Maintenance
The International Building Code is kept up to date through the review of proposed changes submitted by code enforcing officials,
industry representatives, design professionals and other interested parties. Proposed changes are carefully considered through an
open code development process in which all interested and affected parties may participate.
The contents of this work are subject to change both through the Code Development Cycles and the governmental body that
enacts the code into law. For more information regarding the code development process, contact the Code and Standard Develop-
ment Department of the International Code Council.
While the development procedure of the International Building Code assures the highest degree of care, ICC, its members and
those participating in the development of this code do not accept any liability resulting from compliance or noncompliance with the
provisions because ICC does not have the power or authority to police or enforce compliance with the contents of this code. Only the
governmental body that enacts the code into law has such authority.
2006 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE®
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Letter Designations in Front of Section Numbers
In each code development cycle, proposed changes to the code are considered at the Code Development Hearings by the ICC Fire
Code Development Committee, whose action constitutes a recommendation to the voting membership for final action on the pro-
posed change. Proposed changes to a code section that has a number beginning with a letter in brackets are considered by a different
code development committee. For example, proposed changes to code sections that have [F] in front of them (e.g. [F] 903.1.1.1) are
considered by the ICC Fire Code Development Committee at the code development hearings.
The content of sections in this code that begin with a letter designation are maintained by another code development committee in
accordance with the following:
[E] = International Energy Conservation Code Development Committee;
[EB] = International Existing Building Code Development Committee;
[EL] = ICC Electrical Code Development Committee;
[F] = International Fire Code Development Committee;
[FG] = International Fuel Gas Code Development Committee;
[M] = International Mechanical Code Development Committee; and
[P] = International Plumbing Code Development Committee.
Marginal Markings
Solid vertical lines in the margins within the body of the code indicate a technical change from the requirements of the 2003 edition.
Deletion indicators in the form of an arrow ( ) are provided in the margin where an entire section, paragraph, exception or table
has been deleted or an item in a list of items or a table has been deleted.
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2006 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE®
ORDINANCE
The International Codes are designed and promulgated to be adopted by reference by ordinance. Jurisdictions wishing to adopt the
2006 International Building Code as an enforceable regulation governing structures and premises should ensure that certain factual
information is included in the adopting ordinance at the time adoption is being considered by the appropriate governmental body.
The following sample adoption ordinance addresses several key elements of a code adoption ordinance, including the information
required for insertion into the code text.
SAMPLE ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION OF
THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE
ORDINANCE NO.________
An ordinance of the [JURISDICTION] adopting the 2006 edition of the International Building Code, regulating and governing the
conditions and maintenance of all property, buildings and structures; by providing the standards for supplied utilities and facilities
and other physical things and conditions essential to ensure that structures are safe, sanitary and fit for occupation and use; and the
condemnation of buildings and structures unfit for human occupancy and use and the demolition of such structures in the [JURISDIC-
TION]; providing for the issuance of permits and collection of fees therefor; repealing Ordinance No. ______ of the [JURISDICTION]
and all other ordinances and parts of the ordinances in conflict therewith.
The [GOVERNING BODY] of the [JURISDICTION] does ordain as follows:
Section 1.That a certain document, three (3) copies of which are on file in the office of the [TITLE OF JURISDICTION'S KEEPER OF
RECORDS] of [NAME OF JURISDICTION], being marked and designated as the International Building Code, 2006 edition, including
Appendix Chapters [FILL IN THE APPENDIX CHAPTERS BEING ADOPTED] (see International Building Code Section 101.2.1, 2006
edition), as published by the International Code Council, be and is hereby adopted as the Building Code of the [JURISDICTION],in
the State of [STATE NAME] for regulating and governing the conditions and maintenance of all property, buildings and structures; by
providing the standards for supplied utilities and facilities and other physical things and conditions essential to ensure that structures
are safe, sanitary and fit for occupation and use; and the condemnation of buildings and structures unfit for human occupancy and
use and the demolition of such structures as herein provided; providing for the issuance of permits and collection of fees therefor;
and each and all of the regulations, provisions, penalties, conditions and terms of said Building Code on file in the office of the
[JURISDICTION] are hereby referred to, adopted, and made a part hereof, as if fully set out in this ordinance, with the additions, inser-
tions, deletions and changes, if any, prescribed in Section 2 of this ordinance.
Section 2. The following sections are hereby revised:
Section 101.1. Insert: [NAME OF JURISDICTION]
Section 1612.3. Insert: [NAME OF JURISDICTION]
Section 1612.3. Insert: [DATE OF ISSUANCE]
Section 3410.2. Insert: [DATE IN ONE LOCATION]
Section 3. That Ordinance No. ______ of [JURISDICTION] entitled [FILL IN HERE THE COMPLETE TITLE OF THE ORDINANCE OR
ORDINANCES IN EFFECT AT THE PRESENT TIME SO THAT THEY WILL BE REPEALED BY DEFINITE MENTION] and all other ordinances
or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
Section 4. That if any section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance is, for any reason, held to be unconstitutional,
such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. The [GOVERNING BODY] hereby declares that it
would have passed this ordinance, and each section, subsection, clause or phrase thereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more
sections, subsections, sentences, clauses and phrases be declared unconstitutional.
Section 5. That nothing in this ordinance or in the Building Code hereby adopted shall be construed to affect any suit or proceeding
impending in any court, or any rights acquired, or liability incurred, or any cause or causes of action acquired or existing, under any
act or ordinance hereby repealed as cite...


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