Recent changes to Ohio’s Non-Residential Code took effect August 1

During its July 13 meeting, the Ohio Board of Building Standards adopted several changes to Ohio’s Non-Residential Building Code, which went into effect on August 1.

Amendments were made to the following sections:

  • Administration (4101:1-1-01)
  • Definitions (4101:1-2-01)
  •  Use and occupancy classification (4101:1-3-01)
  • Fire and smoke protection features (4101:1-7-01)
  • Fire protection systems (4101:1-9-01)
  • Means of egress (4101:1-10-01)
  • Structural design (4101:1-16-01)
  • Steel (4101:1-22-01), Wood (4101:1-23-01)
  • Gypsum board, gypsum panel products and plaster (4101:1-25-01)
  • Plastic (4101:1-26-01)
  • Existing buildings and structures (4101:1-34-01)
  • Referenced standards (4101:1-35-01).

View descriptions of the changes online here.

 

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