5-1-13: AMENDMENTS TO IBC 2018 (MODEL CODE):
   IBC CHAPTER 1 - SCOPE AND ADMINISTRATION
1.   That Section 101.1 shall be revised to read as follows:
   101.1 TITLE: These regulations shall be known as the Building Code of the Village of Orland Park hereinafter referred to as "the building code" or "this code". (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
2.   That Section 101.2 shall be revised to read as follows:
   101.2 SCOPE: These regulations shall control all matters concerning the construction, alteration, addition, repair, removal, demolition, location, occupancy, change of owner, change of business name and maintenance of all buildings and structures, and shall apply to existing or proposed buildings and structures, except as such matters are otherwise provided for in other ordinances or statutes, or in the rules and regulations authorized for promulgation under the provisions of this code. See Sections 108 and 3103 for Temporary Structures.
   Residential Construction: The International Residential Code (IRC) referenced in Chapter 35 for the construction of single or attached dwelling units (townhouses) shall be used by the Building Official. This residential code shall not conflict with other ordinances referenced for the construction of single family dwellings, as listed in Chapter 35. Sections or chapters of The 2018 International Residential Code shall be used for building construction regulations as amended in 5-1-14. The IRC Residential code, Section P2904 shall not apply to require the fire sprinkler requirements in a dwelling or dwelling units. (Ord. 4614, 1-17-11; Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19). Note: for interpretations requirements 5-1-13 also applies to residential construction.
   101.2.1 APPENDICES: Provisions in the appendices shall not apply unless specifically adopted by the village.
3.   That Section 101.4 shall be revised to read as follows:
   101.4 REFERENCED CODES: Title 5, of The Village Code, (Ordinance 2989 as amended), shall be used to reference other building related codes adopted for regulating Permit Fees, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Prevention, Mechanical, Property Maintenance, The Village Health Code (6-1) and Rental Housing where referenced in "this code". Adoption of the State of Illinois, International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) is referenced in Chapter 13 of these amendments. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
   101.4.1 FUEL GAS CODE: The provisions of the International Fuel Gas Code as referenced in Chapter 35 and required appliance venting in Chapter 28 of this Code, shall apply to the installation of fuel gas piping and appliances from the point of delivery, gas appliances, ventilation and related accessories as covered in this code. These requirements apply to gas piping systems extending from the point of delivery to the inlet connections of appliances and the installation and operation of residential and commercial gas appliances and related accessories as referenced in Chapter 35. Where conflicts may occur with other Village Code amendments, (Building and Mechanical Codes) the more restrictive shall apply. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 102 APPLICABILITY
4.   That Section 102 shall be revised to read as follows:
   102.1 GENERAL: The provisions of this code shall apply to all matters affecting or relating to structures, as set forth in Section 101.0. The construction, alteration, repair, addition and removal of all structures shall comply with this code. Where there is a conflict between a general requirement and a specific requirement, the specific requirement shall be applicable.
   102.2 OTHER LAWS: The provisions of this code shall not be deemed to nullify any provisions of local, state or federal laws. (Ord. 4614, 1-17-11)
   102.3 MATTERS NOT PROVIDED FOR: Any requirements that are essential for the structural, fire or sanitary safety of an existing or proposed building or structure, or for the safety of the occupants thereof, which are not specifically provided for by the code, shall be determined by the code official.
   102.4 REFERENCED STANDARDS: The standards and ordinances referenced in this code and listed in Chapter 35, shall be considered part of the requirements of this code to the prescribed extent of each such reference. Where differences occur between provisions of this code and the referenced standards, the provisions of this code shall apply. Where differences occur between provisions of this code and the referenced ordinances of the Village of Orland Park, the more restrictive or specific provisions shall apply.
   102.5 PARTIAL INVALIDITY: See the model code's language.
   102.6 EXISTING STRUCTURES: The legal occupancy of any structure existing on the date of adoption of this code, or for which it has been heretofore approved, shall be permitted to continue without change, except as is specifically covered in this code, the property maintenance and Fire Codes listed in Chapter 35, or as is deemed necessary by the code official for the general safety and welfare of the occupants and the public.
      102.6.1 CHANGE OF USE, OWNER, NAME OF BUSINESS OR OCCUPANCY: A change of use, owner, name of business or occupancy shall not be made to any structure or space which will subject the structure or space to any special provisions of this code without approval of the code official. The code official shall certify that such structure or space meets the intent of the provisions of law governing building construction for the proposed new use, owner, name of business or occupancy, and that such change does not result in any greater hazard to the public health, safety or welfare. Changes include any of the specific Occupancy Classifications shown in Chapter 3.
      102.6.2 ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS OR REPAIRS: Additions, alterations or repairs to any structure shall conform to that required of a new structure without requiring the existing structure to comply with all of the requirements of this code.
      Additions, alterations or repairs shall not cause an existing structure to become unsafe or adversely affect the performance of the building. Any building plus new additions shall not exceed the height, number of stories and area specified for new buildings. Alterations or repairs to an existing structure which are structural or adversely affect any structural member of any part of the structure having a required fire-resistance rating shall be made with materials required for a new structure.
      Entire structures shall be made to conform to the requirements of this code for new buildings under the following conditions:
      .   When remodeling or alterations take place in more than 50% of its original building area.
      .   When remodeling increases the original market value by more than 50%.
      .   When increased in floor area by more than 10% of the original area.
      .   When a structure is increased in the number of stories.
      .   When a structure or building is changed to a more hazardous use classification.
      Exception: Single Family Dwellings separately regulated under the IRC code, as amended (5-1-14)
   Any building or structure which is destroyed or damaged by wind, fire or other casualty or act of God, to an extent which reduces its market value by less than 50% may be repaired or restored to its prior condition, if a building permit for the repair or restoration is issued and construction is begun within six months of the date of the damage. If a permit is not so obtained and construction is not begun within six months for such repair or restoration OR if a building or structure is damaged or destroyed to an extent which reduces its market value by more than 50%, it may be repaired or restored only if the repaired or restored building or structure conforms to the standards of these regulations for new construction. Market value shall be determined by reference to the most recent official property tax assessment rolls available in the year the structure is destroyed or damaged. The extent of damage or destruction shall be determined by the code official by comparing the estimated cost of repairs or restoration with the market value as shown on the tax assessment rolls of the appropriate county collector or as determined by credible cost data publications. (Ord. 3910, 7-19-04; Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 104 DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE BUILDING OFFICIAL
5.   That Sections 104.1 and 104.1.1 shall be revised to read as follows:
   104.1 GENERAL DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE BUILDING CODE OFFICIAL: The building code official is hereby authorized and directed to enforce all of the provisions of this code and shall act on any question relative to the mode or manner of construction and materials to be used in the erection, addition to, alteration, repair, removal, demolition or installation of service equipment and the location, occupancy and maintenance of all buildings and structures.
      104.1.1 RULE-MAKING AUTHORITY: The building code official shall have authority as necessary in the interest of public health, safety and general welfare, to adopt and promulgate rules and regulations to interpret and implement the provisions of this code to secure the intent thereof and to designate requirements applicable because of local climatic or other conditions. Such rules shall not have the effect of waiving structural or fire performance requirements specifically provided for in this code or of violating accepted engineering practice involving public safety. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 105 PERMITS
6.   That Section 105.1 and 105.2 shall be revised to read as follows:
   105.1 PERMIT REQUIRED: It shall be unlawful for any owner, or owner's authorized agent to construct, erect, alter, install, add to, enlarge, repair, convert, remove, demolish, locate, or maintain any building or structure or any part of appurtenance thereof; or change the occupancy of a building or structure requiring greater strength, exit or sanitary provisions; or to change to another use of change of occupancy or change in tenants or owners; or to install or alter any equipment for which provision is made or the installation of which is regulated by this code and other codes adopted in Title 5 of the Village Code; or to move or add a lot line which affects an existing structure without first filing an application with the code official in writing and obtaining the required permit therefor; except that repairs, as defined in Section 105.2.2 and which do not involve any violation of this code, shall be exempted from this provision. Notice shall also be given to the appropriate Fire Protection District for any fire sprinkler and alarm system work (Orland, Mokena, or the Palos Fire Protection Districts).
   Existing commercial/business buildings and rental housing units shall be inspected for property maintenance and life safety requirements (business licenses and rental housing VC 7-1 & 5-8).
   105.2 WORK EXEMPT FROM PERMIT: Exemptions from permit requirements of this code shall not be deemed to grant authorization for any work to be done in any manner in violation of the provisions of this code or any other Village laws or ordinances. Permits shall not be required for the following:
   Building:
   1.   Landscape (cantilevered) Retaining walls that are not over three (3) feet (thirty-six (36) inches) in height measured from the bottom of the footing and only resisting natural soil and groundwater loads. Site grading elevation changes must be approved by Village engineers for acceptable drainage.
   2.   Painting, papering, tiling, carpeting, cabinets, counter tops and similar finish work.
   3.   Prefabricated swimming pools accessory to a Group R-3 occupancy that are less than twenty-four (24) inches deep, do not exceed one thousand (1,000) gallons and are installed entirely above ground. See Land Development Code 6-310.1 for regulations.
   4.   Swings and other playground equipment accessory to detached one and two-family dwellings.
   5.   Window awnings supported by an exterior wall that do not project more than thirty (30) inches from the exterior wall and do not require additional support of Groups R-3 and U occupancies.
   6.   Non-fixed and movable fixtures, cases, racks, counters and partitions not over six (6) feet in height. Permits are required when reducing a required exit access passageway width.
   7.   Minor building maintenance and/or alterations that are not regulated or violate the Village Codes. Examples:
      a)   The replacement of existing exterior glass if the natural light and ventilation is maintained, and/or the window/door framing is not enlarged for structural concerns. Safety glass shall comply with all Village regulations.
         Note: Commercial alterations may require an appearance review for any visual changes regulated by the Land Development Code.
      b)   Roof and building repairs needed for leaks. (new roof materials allowed up to fifteen percent (15%) of roof area).
      c)   Tuck-pointing of brick.
         1.   Replacement of brick is allowed up to one hundred (100) square feet per each floor level.
      d)   Interior gypsum wallboard repairs up for an area up to sixty-four (64) square feet.
      e)   The replacement of plumbing fixtures in single family dwellings when no drain, waste or venting pipe is changed or altered.
      Electrical, Gas, Mechanical, and Plumbing; exemptions referenced in the model code are applicable for the remainder of this sub-section. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
7.   That Section 105.3 has additions to read as follows:
   105.3 APPLICATION FOR PERMIT: To obtain a Building Division permit, the applicant shall first file an application therefor in an electronic form or in writing on a form furnished by the Development Services Department/Building Division for that purpose. All forms of permit applications and communications shall use the English language.
   Such application shall:
   1.   Identify and describe the work to be covered by the permit for which application is made.
   2.   Describe the land on which the proposed work is to be done by legal description, street address or similar description that will readily identify and definitely locate the proposed building or work.
   3.   Indicate the use and occupancy for which the proposed work is intended.
   4.   Be accompanied by construction documents and other information as required in Section 107.
   5.   State the valuation of the proposed work.
   6.   Be signed by the applicant, or the applicant's authorized agent.
   7.   Give such other data and information as required by the building official.
   8.   A list of all contractors licensed and bonded by the Village of Orland Park.
   Any permit application or business inquiries shall use the English language.
      105.3.1 PERMITS FOR WORK NOT REQUIRING A CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY: When a permit has been issued for any type of work that does not require a certificate of occupancy (EG: decks, sheds, porches, fences, swimming pools, building alterations and repairs etc.) and the construction/installation of materials has been started on any project, the work shall continue until it has been completed. It is understood that unless a substantial start on construction is made within six (6) months, and unless substantial progress is made within one (1) year, and unless construction is completed within two (2) years from the date of issuance of a permit, the permit will become null and void. Only one extended permit shall be issued for the completion of the work.work. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
8.   That Section 105.5.1 and 105.2 are added to Section 105 to read as follows:
   105.5.1 TIME LIMITATIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS, ADDITIONS, REMODELING AND ACCESSORY RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES: Permits issued for the construction or remodeling of residential buildings and any accessory structures shall become expired when the work permitted is not commenced within 180 days, is abandoned for 180 days and/or is not completed with final approval is issued within 365 days from the date of a permit issuance.
   Work not completed within three hundred and sixty five (365) days shall be considered abandoned, unless such work has been pursued in good faith; except that the building official is authorized to grant one (1) or more extensions of time for additional periods not exceeding ninety (90) days each. The extension shall be requested in writing and justifiable cause demonstrated. Permit renewal fees shall also be paid with consideration given for the extent of remaining work to be performed but in no case shall be less than one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00) for new residential units and fifty dollars ($50.00) for accessory structures. (Ord. 3910, 7-19-04).
   105.5.2 TIME LIMITATIONS FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDING, ADDITIONS REMODELING AND ACCESSORY COMMERCIAL STRUCTURES: Permits for commercial construction shall follow the same restrictions established for residential construction except for larger commercial structures which may be extended due to size or complexities, as determined by the Building Official. Permit renewal fees shall be established on the amount of remaining work to be completed. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 107 SUBMITTAL OF DOCUMENTS
9.   That specific subsections of Section 107.2 shall be revised and/or added to read as follows:
   107.2 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: The application for a permit shall be accompanied by not less than three (3) sets of construction plans and other required supporting documents necessary to monitor compliance, including a statement of special inspections, geotechnical report and other data necessary for code conformance. The construction documents shall be prepared by a registered design professional where required by The State of Illinois statutes. Where special conditions exist, the building official is authorized to require additional construction documents to be prepared by a registered design professional. Construction documents shall be prepared using the English Language.
   The code official is permitted to waive the requirements for filing construction documents when the scope of the work is of a minor nature. When the quality of the materials is essential for conformity to the code, specific information shall be given to establish such quality, and this code shall not be cited, or the term "legal" or its equivalent used as a substitute for specific information.
      107.2.1 INFORMATION ON CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: Construction documents shall be dimensioned and drawn upon suitable broadsheet, paper material. Electronic media documents may be submitted when approved by the building official. Construction documents shall be of sufficient clarity to indicate the location, nature and extent of the work proposed and show in detail that it will conform to the provisions of this code and relevant laws, ordinances, rules and regulations as determined by the building official. Plans submitted for permit review shall be scaled to a minimum size of ¼ inch equals one foot for floor plan portion unless alternate is approved by the code official.
         107.2.1.2 REVISIONS REQUIRED TO PLANS: Due to additional Village Code municipal laws and ordinances established, plan review specialists may require changes to be incorporated into the revised set of plans and documents prior to the building permit approval. Revisions submitted from the original plans and documents are to be identified by means of clouding or in a written format to reduce the incurred time needed in the permit approval process. Revised documents not clearly showing these changes may include additional review fees per Village Code (Section 5-2-7-10 n).
      107.2.2 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM SHOP DRAWINGS: IBC Code Language applies.
      107.2.3 MEANS OF EGRESS: IBC Code Language applies
      107.2.4 EXTERIOR WALL ENVELOPE: IBC Code Language applies
      107.2.5 EXTERIOR BALCONIES AND ELEVATED SURFACES: IBC Code language applies.
      107.2.6 SITE PLAN: IBC Code Language applies.
         107.2.6.1 DESIGN FLOOD ELEVATIONS: IBC Code Language applies.
         107.2.6.2 PRIVATE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM: The site plan shall indicate the location of a private sewage disposal system where a public sewer is not available. All technical data and soil data required by the State of Illinois Private Sewage Disposal Licensing Act and Code and by the Plumbing Code listed in Chapter 35 shall be submitted with the plan.
         107.2.6.3 PLAT OF SURVEY: A recent sealed boundary line survey with a legal description shall be submitted with every permit application unless the code official indicates the survey is not required. In the case of demolition, the site plan shall show all construction to be demolished and the location and size of all existing structures and construction that are to remain on the site or plot. As built boundary line surveys shall include all site improvements.
      PROPOSED SURVEYS MUST SHOW (PRIOR TO BREAKING GROUND):
      •   Accurate foundation location and footprint,
      •   High/low foundation elevations and locations, and building corners (U.S.G.S. datum),
      •   Driveway, and service walk, locations and elevations,
      •   Driveway grade (must be less than 10%),
      •   Top of curb elevations at property lines (extended),
      •   Grading: Ground elevations at all lot corners, summits and drainage swales, and any adjacent foundation elevations.
      107.2.8 RELOCATABLE BUILDINGS: Revise the referenced Code Section from 3112 to 3113 due to the Model Code’s printing error. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
10.   That Sections 107.3.1, 107.3.4 and 107.5 of Section 107 shall be revised and read as follows:
   107.3.1 APPROVED CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: The code official shall stamp or endorse in writing all bound sets of construction documents "PERMIT PLANS SHALL REMAIN ON THE JOBSITE DURING CONSTRUCTION". One set of the approved construction documents shall be retained by the code official and one set shall be kept at the building site, open to inspection of the code official or an authorized representative at all reasonable times. The third set of construction documents (when required) shall be forwarded to the appropriate Fire District or other authority, for their records.
   107.3.4 PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES: The construction documents for new construction, alteration, repairs, expansion, addition or modification for buildings or structures shall be prepared by a State of Illinois registered design professional as required by Illinois laws or Acts.
   The construction documents shall include the name and address of the registered design professional with a signature, seal or facsimile of the license, date of license expiration and date prepared by the registered design professional in accordance with the professional registration laws of the state of Illinois. A State of Illinois Licensed Architect or Structural Engineer must also design residential plans included with a building permit application. Plans must clearly detail all structural specifications necessary to construct and inspect all applications of the architects and/or engineers design to meet Village Code requirements. Where structural assemblies have not been provided for, the design professional shall submit adequate details for a clear understanding of construction application by the installer or trade professional.
   The registered design professional shall be responsible for reviewing and coordinating submittal documents prepared by others, including phased and deferred submittal items, for compatibility with the design of the building.
   Where structural, fire resistive or energy observations are required by Chapter 17, the inspection program shall name the individual or firms who are to perform structural observation and describe the stages of construction at which structural observation is to occur. See Sections 1703, 1704 and1705 for specific duties and reports required.
   EXCEPTIONS: Single-story residential additions less than 600 square feet in total area where special structural engineering is not required.
   Construction plans for pre-manufactured structure elements must be designed by a state of Illinois licensed architect or structural engineer. The permit plans must include that professional's signature, seal and date of license expiration affixed to plans. (Ord. 3910, 7-19-04).
   107.3.4.1 DEFERRED SUBMITTALS   DEFERRED SUBMITTALS The IBC (Model Code) language applies.
   107.5 RETENTION OF CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: Plans submitted with building permit applications shall become part of the Village’s records for future reference. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 108 TEMPORARY STRUCTURES AND USES
11.   That Section 108.5 shall be added and read as follows:
   108.5 TEMPORARY USE AND LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE: Temporary uses shall be in conformance with the Village Land Development Code (6-304). (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 109 FEES
12.   That Section 109.2 and 109.4 shall be amended to read as follows:
   109.2 FEE SCHEDULE: A fee for each plan examination and inspections shall be paid in accordance with the Village of Orland Park's Village Code Title 5 Chapter 2, Chapter 35 of this code and other applicable ordinances.
      109.2.1 LICENSING AND BONDING OF CONTRACTORS: All contractors performing work in the Village of Orland Park shall be licensed and bonded in accordance with all the appropriate ordinances listed in this code and Chapter 35. (See 5-1-6 of this code)
      109.2.2 SPECIAL SERVICES PERFORMED: Any person(s) requesting special or emergency services performed by the Village including preliminary inspection, evaluation and/or review shall pay additional fees as shown below:
         a.   Village Employees performing "Special Services" during or after normal Business hours shall pay a minimum fee as shown in The Village Code Title 5 Chapter 2. Special Services shall be defined as:
         •   Inspections, plan reviews or permit issuance operations requested not during normal village business days/hours.
         •   Inspections requested for the same day as the inspection is requested (before the normal 24 hour waiting period).
         •   Inspections requested during the normal village business hours for a specific time of the day.
         •   Preliminary or special inspections requested, in addition to a permit's required inspections. (see Section 107.2.1.2 of this code)
         b.   Independent services performed by other than Village personnel (not directly employed by the Village), shall pay the fees as required by The Village Code, 5-2-7-10 "Building Permits and Fees” (Ord. 3910, 7-19-04).
   109.4 WORK COMMENCING BEFORE PERMIT ISSUANCE: See other Village Code Sections referencing enforcement penalties in Section 114 and other Sections of this Code (5-1-15) and the Village Code (5-2-14) as revised. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 100 INSPECTIONS
13.   That Section 110.3 changes shall read as follows:
   110.3 REQUIRED INSPECTIONS: Approvals shall be as specified in Section 110.1. The building official, upon request through adequate written or electronic means of notification, shall make the inspections set forth in Sections 110.3.1 through 110.3.12. Only after phases of work are completed, inspections requests are required to be submitted to the Development Services Department by means of: 1) in person on a written form, 2) through an electronic "Fax", 3) through the Village of Orland Park website at www.orland-park.il.us. Inspections require at least a one full workday's notice to the Village before site/field inspections. All communications used for building inspections shall use the English language.
      110.3.1 JOB ACCESS: A safe and reasonable access shall be provided to all buildings or structures during the construction and final inspections. This includes a dry gravel streets, walkway, non-slip platforms secured so they do not move around, ladders or any other item the inspector considers safe. If a safe access is not provided, the inspector may not perform the required inspection until a safe access is provided. Guards shall protect all floor and foundation openings from the public's access and possible injuries.
      110.3.2 JOB SITE CONDITIONS: Any building or structure that is to be inspected shall have all floors and levels accessible and shall be clean of all debris and obstructions so a visual inspection of all the construction can be performed. Ladders or levels greater than 12 inches are not considered accessible.
         110.3.2.1 SITE PROTECTION: Building site conditions shall conform to the requirements from Chapter 33 of this Code. The Building Official may require additional site protection where possible hazards can be found as determined by the Code Official.
      110.3.3 FOOTING INSPECTIONS: Are made after all the footing and slab work is formed but before the concrete is placed. A minimum 24 hours inspection request is required. See Section 110.3.7.1 for cold weather inspection restrictions.
      110.3.4 UNDERGROUND, PLUMBING AND DRAIN TILE: Are made prior to pouring any concrete for the floor/crawl space and before backfilling. Inspection request cards to be completed and returned to the Building Department a minimum of 24 hours before the inspection is required. See Section 110.3.6.1 for required perimeter foundation wall energy insulation prior to backfill.
      110.3.5 PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL: Rough inspections are made prior to covering or concealment of construction materials, and prior to a framing rough inspection. All rough inspections, including the framing, shall be approved prior to any finishes or coverings being installed. Inspection request cards to be completed and returned to the building department a minimum of 24 hours before the inspection is required.
         110.3.5.1 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS: Before any rough inspections are made by the Village, fire protection system plans and inspections of enclosed fire system components, shall be approved by the Village and inspection(s) for approvals performed by the appropriate Fire Protection District (Orland, Palos or Mokena).
      110.3.6 FRAMING ROUGH: Inspections are made after all structural framing, exterior and interior walls, wall bracing, fire blocking, draftstopping, roofing, windows and doors are in place for structural stability and weather protection, after the plumbing, electrical, fire and mechanical rough inspection are made but prior to installing insulation that may obstruct an inspection. An inspection request is to be completed and delivered to the Building Division before any construction is concealed from viewing and at least 24 hours before the inspection time is forecasted. All construction shall conform to the code and plans reviewed for permit approval.
         110.3.6.1 ENERGY INSPECTIONS: Inspections shall be requested and approved for compliance with Chapter 13 and shall include, but not be limited to, inspections for: envelope insulation R- and U- values, fenestration U-value, air leakage, duct system R-value, HVAC and water-heating equipment efficiency. See Village Code Title 5, Chapter 2 for inspection fees required. Special inspection services shall be provided for commercial and multi-family structures as determined by the Building Official.
            ENERGY CONSERVATION - ILLINOIS PUBLIC ACT 096-0778
            Applicable as of 1/1/2016: as amended by the Village. See Illinois website at https://www.illinois.gov/cdb/business/codes/Pages/IllinoisEnergyConservationCode.aspx
         a.   Building exterior envelope insulation material, installation and R-factors: Basement walls, slabs, crawl space, exterior walls, ceilings (and vaults), attics or roofs and a certificate at electrical panel inspections are required before occupancy.
         b.   Exterior windows/glazing, doors, and openings during/after rough framing inspections: Verify all product u-factors, labels, air leakage film & seals.
         c.   Air Leakage and Infiltration prior to exterior masonry veneers: Exterior wall barriers or films or solid material, caulking, gaskets, weather-stripping for doors, windows, utility penetrations, knee walls, garage attic wall(s), tubs and showers, attic openings, rim joist, sill plates, combustion air, fireplace gaskets, recessed lighting, plumbing and electric penetrations, duct joints and seams sealant, ductwork testing etc.
         d.   Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical Equipment: Heating and cooling equipment sizing and efficiency, heat pump controls, duct insulation, piping insulation, intakes and exhausts with automatic gravity dampers, programmable thermostat, snow melt controls, electrical fixtures and high-efficacy lamps.
         e.   Pools and Equipment: Pool heaters, time switches, pool covers etc.
         f.   A qualified 3rd party inspection agency: shall or may be permitted to perform required energy and air leakage inspections as determined by the Building Official. Private inspection contracting services are the responsibility of the land or building owner as a condition of permit issuance. See Village Code (5-2) Permit Fee ordinance.
         110.3.6.2 FIRE AND SMOKE RESISTANT PENETRATIONS: Protection of joints and penetrations in fire-resistance-rated assemblies, smoke barriers and smoke partitions shall not be concealed from view until inspected and approved. Special inspection services shall be provided as determined by the Building Official. Special Inspections of Section 1705.14 through 1705.18 for Fire-Resistant Materials, Penetrations, Joints and Smoke Control as Village amended, applies to all buildings.  
      110.3.7 CONCRETE INSPECTIONS: Are required for all flat work, interior and exterior, including but not limited to driveways, sidewalks, crawl spaces and basements prior to placement. A minimum 24 hour inspection request is required. Inspections within 24 hours will be timed from days in which the Village is open for business (example: typical requests on a Friday will be inspected on the next Monday).
         110.3.7.1 COLD WEATHER REQUIREMENTS: The following requirements for cold weather exterior concrete flatwork placement (sidewalks, drives, patios, etc.) will be in effect November 15th with the possibility of an extension to December 1st or reduction to an earlier date with the approval of the code official when weather conditions allow:
         a.   No concrete shall be placed on a frozen base or sub base.
         b.   Outside air temperature must be a minimum of 32 degrees Fahrenheit before concrete can be placed.
         c.   If night time temperature is to fall below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, then protection consistent with the intended serviceability of the structure shall be provided.
            Straw - 5 days, Insulated blankets - 3 days
            Straw or blankets directly in contact with the concrete may cause the concrete to discolor.
         d.   Placement of concrete (footings and foundation walls), when the air temperature is less than 20 degrees Fahrenheit is not permitted unless approved by the code official.
      110.3.8 OTHER INSPECTIONS: In addition to the inspections above, the Building Department may make or require any other inspections to ascertain compliance with this code and other laws enforced by the Building Department. Other inspections include, but not limited to Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, Fire, State of Illinois Accessibility Code and Health Code regulations per Village Code 6-1-1-6.
         110.3.8.1 "AS BUILT" SURVEYS: Prior to any construction beyond the foundation, an "As Built" survey will show:
         1.   Actual foundation footprint and location, and
         2.   All foundation steps and brick ledge locations/elevations.
      110.3.9 SPECIAL INSPECTIONS: Where applications for unusual design or magnitude of construction are filed or where code referenced standards in Chapter 35 or is required by Chapter 17 of this Code for special inspections, the code official may require such inspections. The project representative shall submit reports as required by code and code official.
      110.3.10 FINAL INSPECTION: Upon completion of the building or structure for occupancy (including the final grading complying with Section 110.3.10.1 and the completion of any other work required in the approved plans, and this code) and before the issuance of the certificate of use and occupancy required in Chapter 110.0, a final inspection shall be made. All violations of this code, the approved plans, and permit shall be noted and the holder of the permit shall be notified of the discrepancies. Final approvals may include regulations for: Building, Plumbing, Electric, Mechanical, Fire, Energy, Accessibility, Health, Engineering, Planning, conditions of a development agreement, legal and/or outstanding fees to be paid. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
         110.3.10.1 FINAL GRADE CERTIFICATION (PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY): Permit applicant shall submit certification stating the property as developed conforms to the approved engineering grading plan and the proposed survey.
      110.3.11 APPROVAL REQUIRED: Work shall not be done beyond the point indicated in each successive inspection without first obtaining the approval of the building official. The building official, upon notification, shall make the requested inspections and shall either indicate the portion of the construction that is satisfactory as completed, or notify the permit holder or his or her agent wherein the same fails to comply with this code. Any portions that do not comply shall be corrected and such portion shall not be covered or concealed until authorized by the building official.
      Occupancy of a building or structure prior to the approval of the building official is subject to fines as stipulated in Section 114.4 of this Code
      110.3.12 WORKMANSHIP: All work shall be conducted, installed and completed in a workmanlike and acceptable manner so as to secure the results intended by this code. (Ord. 3910, 7-19-04).
         110.3.12.1 SITE MAINTENANCE: All construction sites shall maintain and provide access to the paved public right of ways as noted in 110.3.1. Adjacent properties, exiting curbs and site construction improvements shall be kept clear of site debris, materials and equipment including and not limited to trades persons work vehicles. A stop work order and citation may be issued at any time these violations exist. See Title 5 Chapter 7 of the Village Code for additional Property Maintenance rules.
SECTION 111 CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY
14.   That Subsections 111.2 and 111.3 shall be revised and Section 114 is added to read as follows:
   111.2 CERTIFICATE ISSUED: When a building or structure is entitled thereto, the building code official shall issue a certificate of use and occupancy within ten days after final inspection and approval. The certificate shall certify compliance with the provisions of this code and the purpose for which the building or structure may be used in its several parts. (See VC 5-1-4).
   111.3 CONDITIONAL OCCUPANCY PERMIT: The building code official is authorized to issue a conditional certificate of occupancy before the completion of the entire work covered by the permit, provided that such portion or portions shall be occupied safely. The building code official shall set a time period during which the temporary certificate of occupancy is valid. Upon request of the holder of a permit, the building code official may issue a conditional occupancy permit for a specific building or structure, or part thereof, before the entire work covered by the permit shall have been completed, provided that: (1) such portion or portions may be occupied or used safely prior to full completion of the building, structure or exterior land improvements without endangering life or public welfare; (2) the incompletion is due to factors beyond the permit holder's control and beyond his reasonable scheduling efforts, such as in the case of driveways, sidewalks, rough and/or final grading, exterior painting, gutters and downspouts which normally cannot be completed due to inclement weather during the time period of November 1st through the following May 15th; (3) in the cases of incomplete items, proof is shown that money is escrowed or otherwise set aside to complete the improvements; and (4) all parties with an interest in the building or structure give written concurrence with the issuance of the conditional occupancy permits.
   The conditional occupancy permit shall be issued in the name of the permit holder and the individual or business entity occupying the premises.
   In the event that an approved plan for a building is completed, excepting only landscaping and/or grading requirements, a conditional certificate of occupancy may be issued upon receipt of a request stating that (1) the builder intends to complete the uncompleted work within thirty (30) days (or within ninety (90) days or by June 1, whichever is earlier, if the request is dated between December 1 and April 1); (2) the builder will voluntarily provide a five thousand dollar ($5,000.00) cash deposit (or check) in exchange for the conditional certificate of occupancy; and (3) the builder gives the Village the right to enter the property at the Village's sole option to complete the uncompleted work if said work is not completed within the time limit set (this right shall survive the closing of any sale of the property).
   The builder's deposit will be refunded less two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00) for program administration and inspection costs if the uncompleted work is completed within the time limit set. Otherwise, the Village may, at its sole option, complete the work or have it completed and refund any remaining money to the builder less three hundred and fifty dollars ($350.00) for program administration completion and inspection costs. Acceptance of a builder's deposit creates no liability for the Village to complete any uncompleted work.
   Builders are under no obligation to participate in this voluntary program. If they prefer, they may simply complete all work shown on the approved plan and receive a final certificate of occupancy. (Ord. 3449, 12-4-00).
   111.4 CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION: Existing structures legally occupied during times when work is allowed under an active building permit shall obtain a Certificate of Completion prior to use of those areas designated. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 113 MEANS OF APPEAL
15.   That Section 113 shall read as follows:
   SECTION 113: MEANS OF APPEAL:
   113.1 APPLICATION FOR APPEAL: The owner of a building or structure or any other person directly affected by a decision of the code official refusing to grant a modification to the provisions of this code concerning the manner of construction or materials to be used in the erection, alteration or repairs of a building or structure may appeal to the President and Board of Trustees. Application for an appeal may be made when it is claimed that the true intent of this ordinance has been incorrectly interpreted, the provisions of this ordinance do not fully apply, or an equally good or better form of construction can be used.
   113.2 MANNER OF APPEAL: Within fourteen (14) days of the code official's decision for which an appeal is sought, the owner or person shall file a written request for appeal with the Village Building Official. The written request shall reference the Village Code Section and briefly state the relief sought and the reasons for the relief.
   113.3 TIME OF CONSIDERATION: Not later than thirty (30) days after the Village Building Official receives the appeal, the item will be placed on the Development Services Department Building Committee (3-Trustees) agenda for review and recommendation to the next available President and Board of Trustee's meeting for consideration.
   113.4 CONSIDERATION: The Board of Trustees shall consider the matter at a regularly scheduled board meeting for their input and recommendation(s) for The Board's approval or denial. The person appealing, his representative, the code official and any other person whose interests may be affected, shall be given an opportunity to be heard. The board shall uphold the decision of the code official by a majority vote of the members or the Board may modify or reverse the decision of the code official by a concurring vote of 2/3 or more of the Board.
      113.4.1 RESOLUTION: The decision of the board shall be by resolution. Certified copies shall be furnished to the appellant and the code official.
      113.4.2 ADMINISTRATION: The code official shall take immediate action in accord with the decision. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 114 VIOLATIONS
16.   That Section 114.4 shall read as follows:
   114.4 VIOLATION PENALTIES: See 5-1-15 of this Code
      114.4.1 WORK BEGUN WITHOUT A PROPER PERMIT: See 5-1-15
      114.4.2 WORK CONTINUED BEYOND FOUNDATION PERMIT: See 5-1-15
      114.4.3 114.4.3 BUILDING/TENANT SPACES OCCUPIED WITHOUT APPROVAL: See 5-1-15 (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 115 STOP WORK ORDER
17.   That Section 115.3 shall read as follows:
   115.3 UNLAWFUL CONTINUANCE: Any person who shall continue any work in or about the structure after having been served with a stop work order, except such work as that person is directed to perform to remove a violation or unsafe conditions, shall be liable and subject to the maximum penalty as described in The Village Code Title 1 Chapter 4, and 5-1-15 in addition to penalties specified in other code sections or as specified by other adopted ordinances. (Ord. 3910, 7-19-04; Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 116 UNSAFE STRUCTURES AND EQUIPMENT
18.   That Section 116.5 shall read as follows:
   116.5 RESTORATION OF UNSAFE STRUCTURE: A building, structure or equipment determined to be unsafe by the building code official is permitted to be restored to a safe condition provided that change of use or occupancy is not contemplated nor compelled by reason of such reconstruction or restoration; except that if the damage or cost of reconstruction or restoration is in excess of 50 percent (50%) of its replacement value, exclusive of foundations, such structure shall be made to comply in all respects with the requirements for materials and methods of construction of structures hereafter erected. Restoration shall also be in compliance with Section 102.6.2. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
   IBC CHAPTER 2 DEFINITIONS
19.   That in Section 202.0 of the Building Code shall not conflict with the Land Development Code and the following definitions are added or changed to read as follows:
   AGRICULTURAL, BUILDING: A structure designed and constructed to house farm implements, hay, grain, poultry, livestock or other horticultural products. This structure shall not be a place of human habitation or a place of employment where agricultural products are processed, treated or packaged, nor shall it be a place used by the public. See Appendix C of this Code. (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08)
      EXCEPTION: A canopy structure of less than eight thousand (8,000) square feet in area that is used to cover the sales area of horticultural landscaping plantings only; may be considered an "Agricultural Canopy" when horticultural sales are the principal use of the property. See Section 312 of this code and The Fire Code VC 5-5-2 and Chapter 24 for allowed permanent canopy structures as amended. (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08)
   AGRICULTURAL CANOPY: A permanent structure or shelter less than eight thousand (8,000) square feet constructed of fabric or pliable materials supported by any manner, except by air or the contents it protects, and is open without sidewalls or drops on 75 percent (75%) of the perimeter used as a retail building with limitations as provided in this code and the Fire Code. (per 2006 IFC) (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08)
   AREA BUILDING: See Model Code for this definition. Village amended Sections 506.4 and 506.5 are used as a guide for allowable building area calculations of multi-story buildings.
      TOTAL BUILDING FLOOR AREA: A building’s area summary of all floor levels combined.
   BOARD OF TRUSTEES: The corporate authorities of the Village of Orland Park.
   BUILDING: Any structure used or intended for supporting or sheltering any use or occupancy. For application of this code, each portion of a building which is completely separated from other portions by fire walls complying with Section 706 shall be considered as a separate building except when calculating the total area of a building for requiring an approved fire suppression system. (See Subsection 903.1.2)
   BUILDING CODE: The Building Code and its Amendments as adopted by the Village of Orland Park.
   CERTIFICATE OF USE AND OCCUPANCY: The certificate issued by the code official which permits the use of a building or tenant space in accordance with the approved plans and specifications and which certifies compliance with the provisions of law for the use and occupancy of the building or tenant space in its several parts together with any special stipulations or conditions of the building permit (see Section 111).
   CHANGE OF USE: An alteration by change of use in a building or tenant space heretofore existing to a new use group which imposes other special provisions of law governing building construction, equipment or means of egress (see Section 102.6).
   CHANGE OF OCCUPANCY: The change in purpose for which a building or part hereof is used or intended to be used including a change in tenants or tenant space in addition to:
      A)   A change of occupancy classification.
      B)   A change from one group to another group within an occupancy classification.
      C)   Any change in use within a group for which there is a change in application of the requirements of this Code.
   CHANGE OF OWNER: The change in ownership of a business, tenant space, building or structure.
   FIRE CODE OFFICIAL: The Code Official for the Village of Orland Park.
   FIRE WALL: A fire-resistance rated masonry wall, having protected openings, which restricts the spread of fire and extends continuously from the foundation to or through the roof with sufficient structural stability under fire conditions to allow collapse of construction on either side without collapse of the wall. Fire walls shall not be penetrated. (see Section 706.0).
   LANDING:
   A)   A landing shall be at least as wide as the stair or ramp leading to it.
   B)   A landing length shall be a minimum of 60 in. clear.
   C)   If stairs or ramps change direction at landings, the minimum landing size shall be 60 in. by 60 in. or the minimum required width of the stairs or ramp.
   D)   If a doorway is located at a landing, then the area in front of the doorway shall have adequate maneuvering clearance as regulated by the Illinois Accessibility Code.
   E)   Residential units shall not be less than thirty-six (36) inches in width and depth.
   RESIDENTIAL BUILDING TOTAL FLOOR AREA: A building’s area summary of all floor levels combined.
   ROOF REPAIR: Reconstruction or renewal of an existing roof surface up to fifteen percent (15%) of the total roof areas. (see Sections 105.2 (Repairs) and 1511 (Reroofing) of this Code)
   TOTAL BUILDING AREA
   DELETE 202 - only items shown below:
   Accessible            See Illinois Accessibility Code definition
   Accessible route      See Illinois Accessibility Code definition
   Accessible Unit         See Illinois Accessibility Code definition
   Area of Refuge         See Illinois Accessibility Code definition
   Alternating tread device   Shall not be used as a stairway
   Detectable Warnings      See Illinois Accessibility Code for definition
   Marquee            See Land Development Code definition
   (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
   IBC CHAPTER 3 - USE AND OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATIONS
   DELETE - 305.2, Deletes a Day Care from an E Use Group
SECTION 307 HIGH HAZARD GROUP H
20.   That Section 307 shall be revised to read as follows:
   307 HIGH HAZARD GROUP H: High hazard buildings are not permitted within the Village "Fire Limits" as noted Chapter 5 of this Code (503.2.2). Allowable restricted quantities of materials are acceptable within Control Areas as specified in Sections 307.1 and 414 of the adopted code. This may include limited hazards when located within specific "Control Areas" as determined by the Building Official. Subsections of Section 307 apply for the determination of High Hazards. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
 SECTION 308 INSTITUTIONAL GROUP I
21.   That Subsection 308.3.3, 308.6.1 and 308.6.4 shall be amended as follows:
   308.3.3 delete the allowance for six (6) to sixteen (16) persons receiving custodial care from an I-1 Use Group's Classification to be classified as an R-4 Use (per IBC), and maintain this amount of persons within the I-1 Use Group. (Village has deleted R-4 Structures (Section 310.5) from this code)
   DELETE 308.5.4 - Institutional Custodial Care (not permitted as R-3)
   308.5.5 DAY CARE FACILITY: A Day Care Facility, which provides care for any length of time for more than five (5) children less than six (6) years of age shall be classified as Use Group I-2. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 310 RESIDENTIAL GROUP R
22.   That Section 310.1 shall include revisions to the items shown and read as follows:
   310.1 RESIDENTIAL GROUP R: Residential Group R includes, among others, the use of a building or structure, or a portion thereof, for sleeping purposes when not classified as an Institutional Group I or when not regulated by the International Residential Code in accordance with Section 101.2. Residential occupancies shall include the following:
      USE GROUP R-1 Residential occupancies containing sleeping units where the occupants are primarily transient in nature, including: Boarding houses (transient), Hotels (transient), Motels (transient).
      USE GROUP R-2 STRUCTURES: This use group shall include all multi-family dwellings or dwellings having more than one (1) dwelling unit where one (1) tenant space is above another tenant space. This use shall also include all apartments, boarding houses, convents, dormitories, fraternities and sororities and monasteries and similar buildings arranged for shelter and sleeping accommodations in which the occupants are primarily non-transient in nature.
      USE GROUP R-3 STRUCTURES: This use group shall include all buildings arranged for occupancy as detached single family dwellings, including not more than five (5) lodgers or boarders per family and multiple side by side attached single family dwellings where each unit has an independent means of egress and is separated by a two (2) hour fire separation assembly with fire-retardant roof sheathing (see Sections 310.5 and 708.0). (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
23.   That Subsection 310.1.1 is added to Section 310.1 and shall read as follows:
   310.1.1 INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE: This code shall be used by the building official where specific information is not clearly referenced in the International Building Code and shall not conflict with other ordinances or this code for the construction of single family dwellings, as listed in Chapter 35. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 310.2 DEFINITIONS RESIDENTIAL
24.   That Subsection 310.2 shall read as follows:
   310.2 DEFINITIONS: The definitions below are added to Section 310.2:
   BEDROOM: A room within a dwelling unit capable of being used for sleeping purposes and having a closet.
   RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE FACILITIES: A child care facility which accommodates five (5) or less children of any age may be classified as Use Group R-3 and may be located in the residential single family zoning districts.
   DORMITORIES: A dormitory facility which accommodates more than five (5) persons six (6) or more years old shall be classified as Use Group R-2.
   FAMILY: Means an individual, or two (2) or more persons related by blood, marriage or adoption, living together as a single housekeeping unit; or a group of not more than five (5) persons not related by blood, marriage or adoption, living together as a single housekeeping unit. (See ordinance 3271- 8/6/99).
   CUSTODIAL CARE/ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES: A building or part thereof housing persons, on a 24-hour basis, who because of age, mental disability or other reasons, live in a supervised residential environment which provides personal care services. The occupants are capable of responding to an emergency situation without physical assistance from staff. This classification shall include, but not be limited to, the following: residential board and care facilities, assisted living facilities, halfway houses, group homes, congregate care facilities, social rehabilitation facilities, alcohol and drug abuse centers and convalescent facilities. They shall be classified as an I-1 or I-2 Use Group, as defined for each occupancy.
   TRANSIENT. Occupancy of a dwelling unit or sleeping unit for not more than thirty (30) days.
   See Chapter 2 of the adopted IBC code for additional definitions. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 310.3 RESIDENTIAL FIRE SEPARATIONS
25.   That Section 310 shall include Subsection 310.3.1 and 310.3.2 additions to read as follows:
   310.3.1 REQUIRED DWELLING UNIT AND GUESTROOM SEPARATIONS: Townhomes (vertically attached) shall be separated by a masonry wall or three (3) wall system with the center wall having a two (2) hours fire resistance rating and shall be continuous from the foundation to the underside to the fire retardant roof sheathing installed per Sections 705, 706, 707 and 708 and as required further by this code and the ordinance listed in Chapter 35. The two (2) hour fire resistance rated wall shall not be penetrated. See fire rated wall for an R-2 Uses per Section 501.3.4 c., and exceptions when a building has an approved fire sprinkler protection system. See Sections 708 and 711.2 for restrictions.
   Planned Unit Developments (P. U. D's) of single family vertically attached townhouse units (R-3), may use a two (2) hour fire rated non-combustible wall assembly when located on a lot line between units. Exterior walls when located on or near lot lines and open to a separate non-buildable lot of at least thirty feet (30') in width used as a common yard or open to a public way (street), may have zero (0) hours fire rating when all is located within the same P. U. D.
   310.3.2 R-1 HOTELS AND MOTELS: Hotel, Motel rooms and corridors of an R-1 Use Group may be separated with a single non-combustible wall system having a one (1) hour fire resistance rating when the building has a minimum Construction Type as regulated in Section 503 and is fully fire sprinkler protected per 903.2.8
   The fire rating shall continue from a fire rated floor assembly below to a fire rated floor ceiling assembly above or to the roof deck above. Fire retardant sheathing shall be installed as described in Section 310.3. Wall penetrations shall be as specified in Section 714.3.1.1.1. The wall assembly shall be insulated to provide a minimum STC rating of fifty (50), per Sections 1207.2 and 1207.3. (refer to 501.3.4 for additional details). See Section 708.1 and 708.3 for similar amendments.
   Special inspection services shall be provided for wall and floor conformance to structural design and fire tested assemblies by approved agencies or individuals. Reports shall be in writing to verify conformance with fire tested assemblies per Section 104.4 of this code. (Ord. 3994, 3-7-05; Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 310.4 GROUP R-3 RESIDENTIAL DETACHED AND ATTACHED DWELLINGS
26.   That Section 310.4 shall be revised to read as follows:
   310.4 RESIDENTIAL GROUP R-3: Use Group R-3 Structures shall include all buildings arranged for occupancy as detached single family dwellings, including not more than five (5) lodgers or boarders per family. An R-3 Group also includes multiple side by side attached single family dwellings where each unit has an independent means of egress and is separated by a two (2) hour fire separation assembly with fire-retardant roof sheathing. Group R-3 Construction is regulated in Chapter 14 of this ordinance (5-1-14).
   IBC Subsection 310.4.1 regulations are included as part of this Section 310.4
   310.4.2 LODGING HOUSES: Owner-occupied lodging houses with five (5) or fewer guests shall be permitted to be constructed in accordance with the International Residential Code.
   DELETE- 310.5 - USE GROUP R-4 STRUCTURES (residential drug, rehab centers etc.)
   Note: The IBC Code's R-4 Residential Group type occupancies as noted with 5-16 persons needing custodial care and supervision on a 24 hour basis are re-classified as either I-1 or I-2 Groups.
SECTION 312 UTILITY AND MISCELLANEOUS GROUP U
27.   That Section 312 is revised to add amend Agricultural Canopies to read as follows:
   312.1 GENERAL: Buildings and structures of an accessory character and miscellaneous structures not classified in any specific occupancy shall be constructed, equipped and maintained to conform to the requirements of this code commensurate with the fire and life hazard incidental to their occupancy. Group U shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
   Agricultural Canopies
   See Sections 202, 501.3.2, 907.1.2 and Appendix C, Village amendments
   Aircraft hangars, accessory to a one- or two-family residence (see Section 412.3)
   Barns
   Carports
   Canopies
   Fences more than six (6) feet (1829 mm) high
   Grain silos, accessory to a residential occupancy
   Greenhouses
   Livestock shelters
   Private garages
   Retaining walls
   Sheds
   Stables
   Tanks
   Towers (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08; Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
   IBC CHAPTER 4 - SPECIAL USE OCCUPANCIES
SECTION 402 COVERED AND OPEN MALL BUILDINGS
28.   That Additions, Changes or Deletions to Subsections of 402 for Covered and Open Malls shall read as follows:
   DELETE- 402.1 Exception 1. only - Foyers and lobbies in covered malls (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 402.4 MALL CONSTRUCTION AND TYPE
   402.4.1 TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION: Covered and open mall buildings shall be of Type 1 or 2 construction. Covered and open mall buildings two (2) stories (levels) or less in height above grade plane are exempt from the area limitations of Table 503. Covered Mall buildings shall be surrounded on all sides by permanent open space of at least sixty (60) feet.
   The construction type of open parking garages and enclosed parking garages shall comply with Sections 406.5 and 406.6 respectively.
      EXCEPTION: The type of construction allowable building height and area of anchor buildings greater than three (3) stories above grade plane shall comply with Section 503, as modified by Sections 504 and 506.
   402.4.1.1 MALL FLOOR/CEILING ASSEMBLIES: Floor/ceiling assemblies and their supporting columns and beams within multi-level covered malls shall be of one hour fire-resistance rated non-combustible construction. A common plenum type air handling system between adjacent tenants, does not allow combustible sales merchandise to be directly open or part of a plenum air system.
      EXCEPTION: Ceiling Assembly may be penetrated for supply and return air ductwork and lighting fixtures only. The requirement for fire dampers or tented ceiling fixtures does not apply when fixtures are of a plenum type. (Ord. 3910, 7-19-04).
   402.4.1.2 ANCHOR BUILDINGS: Covered and open mall anchor buildings shall be regulated as a separate building, based on Table 503 and the Village Code amendments for the type of construction allowed. Other specific regulations of this Section are permitted for design purposes however village amendments shall apply.
   DELETE 402.4.1.3 PARKING GARAGE: This subject is referenced in Section 402.4.1 (2nd paragraph).
   402.4.2.1 MALL TENANT SEPARATIONS: Each tenant space shall be separated from other tenant spaces by a wall having a fire resistance rating of not less than one (1) hour. The separation wall shall extend from the floor to the underside of the floor or roof deck above. A fire resistive wall is not required between a tenant space and the open mall common spaces. The ceiling shall be a one-hour fire resistance rated assembly per Section 402.4.1.1.
   In a return air plenum ceiling system the fire resistance rated tenant wall may be penetrated by the required amount of grillwork for the proper airflow of the fire exhaust system and the return air system. (Ord. 4133, 5-1-06)
   402.4.2.2 ANCHOR BUILDING SEPARATION: The building area and building height of any anchor building shall be based on the type of construction as required by Section 503 as modified by Sections 504 and 506. An anchor building shall be separated from the covered or open mall building by fire walls complying with Section 706. IBC Section 402.4.2.2.1 applies for openings. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
402.6 MALL FINISHES AND FEATURES
   402.6.2 KIOSKS: (Amend only IBC item #4 for the maximum kiosk areas with exception conditions)
   4.      Kiosks and similar structures shall have a maximum area of one hundred and fifty (150) square feet.
      EXCEPTION: When a mall is sixty (60) feet or greater width, the maximum area of a kiosk may be increased one hundred percent (100%) having a maximum area of three hundred (300) square feet in area under the following conditions:
      A.   The mall exiting and occupant load design shall comply with Subsections 402.8 "Means of egress" and 402.8.1 "Mall width" as amended of this Chapter.
      B.   A kiosk of more than one hundred and fifty (150) square feet shall not be placed within the intersecting center spaces of mall corridors (center court).
      C.   A minimum of fifteen (15) feet clear exit width to a height of eight (8) feet shall be provided between any projection of a tenant space bordering the mall and the nearest kiosk, vending machine or similar structure for the adequate means of clear egress travel.
      D.   Kiosks with an area increase shall not be located within thirty-five (35) feet of an adjacent kiosk or within forty-eight (48) inches of floor openings for stairways, escalators or guardrails at floor openings.
      E.   Plans submitted with a permit application must include all dimensions for the mall width, kiosk size(s) and the distance between the proposed and nearest existing kiosks and/or other structures.
      F.   Kiosk design must comply with the Illinois Accessibility Code for the public and employees accessibility.
   402.6.4 PLASTIC SIGNS: Plastic signs affixed to the storefront of any tenant space facing a mall or open mall shall require a sign permit from the Development Services Department and are limited as specified in Section 402.6.4.4 and 402.6.4.5.
DELETE: Sections 402.6.4.1, 402.6.4.2 and 402.6.4.3. (Amd. Ord. 5478, 1-20-20)
   402.8 MALL EGRESS
   402.8.1.1 MINIMUM MALL WIDTH: The minimum width of the covered or open mall shall be thirty (30) feet (6096 mm). The mall width shall be sufficient to accommodate the occupant load served. There shall be a minimum of ten (10) feet (3048 mm) clear exit width to a height of eight (80) feet (2438 mm) between any projection of a tenant space bordering the mall and the nearest kiosk, vending machine, bench, display opening, food court or other obstruction to means of egress travel.
   402.8.5 DISTANCE TO EXITS: Within each individual tenant space in a covered or open mall building, the maximum distance of travel from any point to an exit or entrance to the mall shall not exceed two hundred (200) feet (60 960 mm). The maximum distance of travel from any point within a mall building to an exit shall not exceed two hundred (200) feet (60 960 mm). Tenant spaces with only one means of egress shall meet the requirements of Table(s) 1006.2.1 and 1006.3.2 (as amended).
   402.8.8 MALL TENANT SECURITY GRILLES: Horizontal sliding or vertical security grilles that are part of a means of egress shall be able to open from the inside without the use of a key of special knowledge or effort. A sign indicating an emergency release along with the release shall be placed within six (6) feet of the grille. The sign and release shall be placed between eighteen (18) and forty-eight (48) inches above finished floor. The grille shall be openable with a maximum force of five (5) pounds to a minimum height of four (4) feet above the floor. The grille shall remain secured in the full-open position during the period of occupancy by the general public. Grilles shall not be brought to the closed position and locked when there are more than ten (10) persons occupying the space. Where two (2) or more exits are required, not more than one-half of the exits shall be equipped with grilles. To facilitate fire district access to a space with grilles, a key for the grille or grilles shall be placed in an alarmed Knox-Box for fire district use in an emergency. See Section 1008.1.4.5.
   402.8.9 MAIN ENTRANCE DOOR HARDWARE: See village deleted items referenced in Section 1010.1.9.4 and model IBC code Sections 1010.1.9.5 (Bolt Locks) and 1010.1.9.6 (Unlatching) of this Code.
   402.9. MALL SMOKE CONTROL: A covered mall building and anchor stores shall have an approved smoke control system complying with Section 909.0. If a covered mall building or anchor store has an existing smoke control system it will remain in good working order.
   402.10 MALL SALES AND SOLICITORS: Sellers and employees at Mall kiosks and store fronts shall not solicit sales or call out for their products or services to the public. (See Village Code Title 7, Chapter 13).
   DELETE- 403.2.1.2 -   High Rise Shaft Enclosure Reduction to 1-Hour (maintain a 2-hour minimum).
   DELETE- 404.3 -    Exception #1, for Non Sprinkler Atrium Reduction (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 406 MOTOR VEHICLE OCCUPANCIES
29.   The following Subsections of Section 406 shall be revised or added to read as follows:
   406.1.1 DEFINITIONS: The following words and terms shall, for the purposes of this section and as used elsewhere in this code, have the meanings shown herein. Also See Chapter 2 for definitions.
   GARAGE, PRIVATE: A garage with a maximum area as listed in Section 14 of this Code (5-1-14) with three (3) or less passenger motor vehicles or one (1) commercial motor vehicle without provision for repairing or servicing such vehicles for profit subject to the provisions of The Village Land Development Code (Ordinance 2084 as amended). Also see the Village Land Development Code's zoning districts for any variations.
   Private garage fire separation regulations shall include open carports which are within ten (10) feet of a residence.
   FLOOR SURFACE: The floor surface shall be of concrete or other approved noncombustible material. See Section 14 of this Code (5-1-14) for construction details.
   406.3 PRIVATE GARAGES AND CARPORTS: See Residential Code regulations as noted in Chapter 14 of this ordinance (5-1-14)
   406.3.4 SEPARATION REQUIRED: See Residential Code regulations as noted in Chapter 14 of this ordinance (5-1-14).
   406.4.4 PUBLIC GARAGES CLEAR HEIGHT: The clear height of each floor level in vehicle and pedestrian traffic areas shall be not less than ninety-eight (98) inches. Vehicle and pedestrian areas parking shall comply with the Illinois Accessibility Code (400.310 c) or as may be revised.
   406.4.5 BENEATH ROOMS USE GROUPS R-1, R-2 or I-1: Private garages located beneath rooms in occupancies in Use Group R-1, R-2 or I-1 shall be separated from adjacent interior spaces by fire partitions and floor/ceiling assemblies which are constructed of solid masonry partitions and concrete floors with not less than a 2-hour fire-resistance rating (See Section 501.3.3). Attached private garages shall be completely separated from the interior spaces and the attic area by means of 2-hour fire resistance rating. The door opening protectives shall be 1-1/2 hour, Class B fire door meeting the requirements of Section 716.
      406.4.6 PARKING GARAGE SPRINKLER PROTECTION: All parking garages shall be equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903 as amended:
      1.   Where the total building area exceeds eight thousand (8,000) square feet.
      2.   Where located beneath other use groups except for an R-3 Use.
      See 406.5 for Open Parking Structures
      406.4.6.1 MIXED USE OCCUPANCY SEPARATION: Parking garages shall be separated from other occupancies in accordance with Section 508.1.
   406.5 OPEN PARKING GARAGES:
      406.5.12 FIRE PROTECTION: Open parking garages, when not fire sprinkler protected, shall include a fire alarm system as referenced in Section 907 as amended.
   406.6 ENCLOSED PARKING GARAGES:
      406.6.3 ENCLOSED PARKING (S-2 Use Group) GARAGES SPRINKLER PROTECTION: All parking garages shall be equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903:
      1.   Where the total building area exceeds eight thousand (8,000) square feet.
      Note: See Section 903.2.9 for garages of commercial motor vehicle parking for trucks and busses as limited to five thousand (5,000) square feet.
      2.   Where located beneath other use groups.
   406.7.3 MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL AND SERVICE STATIONS SPRINKLER PROTECTION: All parking garages shall be equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903:
   1.   Where the total building area exceeds eight thousand (8,000) square feet.
   2.   Where located beneath other use groups.
   3.   Commercial repair of trucks or busses shall not exceed five thousand (5,000) square feet as noted in Section 903.2.9.1 #4.
   406.8.3 REPAIR GARAGES SPRINKLER PROTECTION: All parking garages shall be equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903:
   1.    Where the total building area exceeds eight thousand (8,000) square feet.
   2.   Where located beneath other use groups.
   3.   Commercial repair of trucks or busses shall not exceed five thousand (5,000) square feet as noted in Section 903.2.9.1 #4. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 407 GROUP I-2 INSTITUTIONAL USE
30.   That Section 407.12 and its Subsections are added to Section 407 and shall read as follows:
   407.12 GROUP I-2 DAY CARE CENTERS GENERAL: All day care centers shall meet the following requirements in addition to other applicable provisions of this code.
      407.12.1 CONSTRUCTION: All buildings or areas used as and in conjunction with a day care center shall be constructed of non-combustible construction, a minimum of Type 2B. No wood or fire retardant treated wood will be allowed for any part of the construction.
      407.12.2 HVAC CONSTRUCTION: All heating, air conditioning and ventilation duct work shall be constructed of metal in the appropriate gauges as required by the mechanical code and its amendments as listed in Chapter 35.
      407.12.3 FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM: All buildings or areas used as and in conjunction with a day care center shall have an approved fire suppression system installed regardless of size. The fire suppression system shall conform to NFPA13 as listed in Section 903.2.6. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 415 GROUPS H-1, H-2, H-3, H-4 AND H-5 USES
31.   That Section 415 references Village amendments to read as follows:
   415 GROUPS H-1, H-2, H-3, H-4 AND H-5: See Section 307 and 503.2.2 of this Village Code amendment.
   415.11.7 GAS DETECTION SYSTEMS: The Village building official may require and use this code Section to regulate flammable gases in a building or structure when not of classified as a High Hazard Use.
   415.11.12 HAZARDOUS FUMES: Various levels of hazardous types of fumes may also be designated as rule by the building official as a nuisance and a safety concern to adjacent tenants/properties.
   DELETE- 419 - Live/Work Units. Delete entire Section (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 420 I-1, R-1, R-2, R-3, AND R-4
32.   That Section 420 shall revise Sections to read as follows:
   420.1 GROUPS I-1, R-1, R-2, R-3: Occupancies in Groups I-1, R-1, R-2 and R-3 shall comply with the provisions of this section and other applicable provisions of this code.
   420.2 SEPARATION WALLS: Walls separating dwelling units in the same building, walls separating sleeping units in the same building and walls separating dwelling or sleeping units from other occupancies contiguous to them in the same building shall be constructed as fire partitions in accordance with Sections 310.3.1, 310.2, 310.4, 501.3.4, Table 601 Footnote h, and 708.3.
   420.3 HORIZONTAL SEPARATION. Floor assemblies separating dwelling units in the same buildings, floor assemblies separating sleeping units in the same building and floor assemblies separating dwelling or sleeping units from other occupancies contiguous to them in the same building shall be constructed as horizontal assemblies in accordance with Section 501.3.2, 708.3 and 711.
   420.4 AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM: Group R occupancies shall be equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with 903.2.8. This section only requires R-3 single family dwellings to include automatic fire suppression per amended Section 903.2.8).
   420.7 SMOKE BARRIERS IN GROUPT I-1, CONDITION 2: IBC Section as written applies. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 429 PARKING AREAS
33.   That Section 429 and its Subsections are added to Chapter 4 and shall read as follows:
   429.1 CURB CUTS: Parking areas shall be arranged to afford ready and accessible means of entrance and exit at sidewalk level and as required by the State of Illinois Accessibility Code listed in Chapter 35.
   429.2 LANES AND PARKING SPACES: Access lane shall be provided and parking space as required by the Village of Orland Park Land Development Code as amended and the Illinois Accessibility Code listed in Chapter 35.
   429.3 SURFACE AND DRAINAGE: Public and private parking areas and driveways shall be graded and paved with asphalt, concrete or other approved materials and shall be maintained to prevent drainage onto adjoining property or sidewalk. Parking areas shall also be maintained to provide a good walking and driving surface. Parking lots shall be designed for the loads anticipated. All parking areas shall be maintained in accordance with this code, the property maintenance and Fire Codes, as amended and listed in Chapter 35. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
   IBC CHAPTER 5 - GENERAL BUILDING HEIGHTS AND AREAS
SECTION 501 GENERAL - WALLS, VENEERS AND FLOORS
34.   That Section 501.2 and 501.3 are added to read as follows:
   501.2 WALLS, VENEERS AND FLOORS:
      501.2.1 SINGLE FAMILY EXTERIOR VENEERS: See Section 14 of this ordinance (5-1-14).
      501.2.2 EXTERIOR WALLS ALL OTHER USES: All exterior walls shall be of non-combustible construction using solid masonry, or steel column and beam construction using metal studs with a veneer of decorative masonry, decorative architectural concrete panels or similar materials. The same material shall be used for all of the exterior walls of a building. See Section 503.2.1 items #7 for wood framing & item #8 for metal wall studs. (Ord. 4499 - 8-3-09). The minimum concrete or masonry veneer is 2.625" in depth for anchored veneer applications as noted in Table 1405.2 as amended. (Ord. 4643, 5/2/11).
         EXCEPTIONS:
         A.   Use Group R-1 (Hotels, Motels) buildings equipped throughout with an automatic fire sprinkler system per 903.3.1.1, may use a structurally engineered noncombustible exterior wall system when special inspections are performed by a State of Illinois Licensed Architect or Structural Engineer per Section 104.4 and Chapter 17 of this code. (Ord. 3994, 3-7-05)
         B.   Buildings of masonry and anchored veneer construction more than 3-stories in height may use an exterior wall finish/veneer of other exterior permitted materials for its top (uppermost) story only, with the following conditions:
            1.   The finish material shall be of an approved durable product.
            2.   The highest/upper story when of metal stud wall construction and not using a masonry veneer, must be designed of a 1-hour fire rated minimum assembly using cement board on the exterior side of stud walls, however not less than the hourly rating required in table 601 for exterior walls or fire separation based on distance. (Ord. 4643, 5/2/11)
         C.   Agricultural Canopies as allowed in Section 312.1 for an Agricultural Use and are not classified as a Tent may use a roll up type side wall material. Pliable material may only be lowered for protecting plant material during frost conditions when the canopy is not open to the public or occupied. Permanent Canopy construction and materials shall also comply with the Village Fire Code (VC 5-5). (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08). Construction and maintenance approval of permanent canopies using fabric or pliable materials shall comply with all of the following conditions: (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08)
            1.   Special inspection reports must be submitted to the Village by a qualified inspection agency, a State of Illinois licensed architect or engineer or the manufacturer's representative stating the canopy was installed per installation requirements. (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08)
            2.   Special Inspection reports shall review the canopy for: (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08)
               a.   Structural integrity conformance to the design engineer's plan and Building Code.
               b.   Design materials used in compliance to the Building and Fire Codes.
               c.   All matters regulated by the Fire Code for a permanent canopy. (3/08)
               d.   Citations will be issued to the land owner and a court appearance is required for violations of this ordinance without preliminary warnings. (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08)
            See Sections 202, 312, 907.2 and Chapter 35 Appendix C of this ordinance for additional Code references (Ord. 4342, 3-3-08)
         D.   1-story Business (B) Use Group occupancies with less than five thousand (5,000) total square feet of floor area, allow a 1-hour Type V-A Construction Type with a decorative masonry veneer. Lot line setbacks and multiple buildings located on the same lot must conform with Fire Limits exception in section.
      503.3.1 GENERAL R-1 AND R-2 FIRE RESISTANCE (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09)
         501.3.1.1 MULTI-FAMILY DWELLINGS FIRE RATINGS: Fire Separation ratings of exterior walls and openings shall also comply with Table 503.2.3 when applicable. (See Table footnotes b & c)
         501.3.2 FLOORS FOR USE GROUP R-1: Floors in Use Group R-1 shall be precast or engineered reinforced concrete where separating tenant spaces. See Section 711.3.
         EXCEPTIONS:
         1.   Floors of an R-1 Use Group building may use an engineered combustible floor framing system to separate tenant spaces. A minimum fire separation shall not be less than a one (1)-Hour fire resistance rated assembly when buildings are designed having a minimum Type of Construction per Section 503.5 of this code and are fully fire suppressed per Section 903.2.8. (Ord. 4056, 7-19-05). See Section 310.3.2 for required special inspections. Approved fire rated opening assemblies shall be limited to a maximum membrane penetration as allowed in Section 714.4.2 for the floor ceiling assembly area. A minimum Sound Transmission Classification shall be as indicated in Section 1207.2 and 1207.3 of this code. (Ord. 3994, 3/7/05).
         501.3.3 FLOORS FOR USE GROUP R-2: Floors in Use Group R-2 shall be precast or engineered reinforced concrete where separating tenant spaces. See Section 711.3.
         1.   Floors of an R-2 use group may use a combustible floor truss system with the following conditions:
            A.   Minimum one and a half (1 1/2) hour horizontal assembly rating.
            B.   Horizontal system shall be U.L. rated.
            C.   Building shall be equipped with a full NFPA 13 sprinkler system including any attics or concealed areas.
            D.   All recessed lighting shall be installed within rated enclosures limited to three percent (3%) of the net area of unit. All enclosures shall conform to U.L. 263m ASTM E 119 & NFPA 251.
            E.   All electrical and low voltage receptacles shall be fire sealed by U.L. approved materials.
            F.   All penetrations within the rated horizontal and vertical assemblies for sprinklers, conduits, junction boxes etc. shall have the annual area sealed with listed and labeled fir sealant per ASTM E 814.
            G.   All HVAC ceiling supply, return and exhaust grilles shall be ceiling radiation dampers listed and labeled per U.L. 555C.
            H.   Membrane protection of dwelling unit tenant walls, rated stair and elevator enclosures shall extend through the nominal depth of prefabricated wood truss.
            I.   Any load bearing partitions within the dwelling unit shall be non-combustible one (1)-hour fire rated.
            J.   Fiber sprayed insulation installed for the full nominal depth of truss at entire floor line.
            K.   Layer of gypsum board membrane protection at underside of floor truss system shall extend through the top plate on intersection dwelling unit room sub dividing partitions. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
      501.3.4 INTERIOR WALLS: Interior walls totally separating dwelling units in Use Group R-1 & R-2 shall be solid masonry.
         EXCEPTIONS:
         a.   Buildings with an approved automatic fire sprinkler system throughout may use a metal stud 3-wall system with a tested/listed 2-hour fire rating. (See Section 310.3 for intent).
         b.   R-1 Hotels and Motels: Hotel, Motel rooms and corridors of an R-1 Use Group building may be separated with a single non-combustible wall system having a one (1) hour fire resistance rating when the building has a minimum Construction of Type II-B or III-B (602.2 and 602.3) and is fully fire sprinkler protected per 903.2.8 (see Section 310.3.1). (Ord. 4056, 7-18-05). See Section 310.3.1 for required special inspections.
            Fire barrier wall partitions shall continue from a fire rated floor assembly below to a fire rated floor ceiling assembly above or to the roof deck above. Fire retardant sheathing shall be installed as described in Section 310.3. Wall penetrations shall be as specified in Section 714.3.1.1.1. The wall assembly shall be insulated to provide an STC rating per Sections 1207.2 and 1207.3. See Section 310.3.1 for required special inspections.
            In multi-story buildings, plumbing drain, waste and vent piping shall not be located within tenant wall fire separation assemblies. Plumbing drain, waste and vent piping shall be located in separate fire rated shafts of a two (2) hour fire rated assemblies per Section 707. (Ord. 3994, 3-7-05)
         c.   R-2 Multi-family: Multi-family R-2 use groups may reduce the 2-hour fire rated 3-wall assembly to a 1-hour tested fire rating with no penetrations if the building is fully fire sprinkler protected in accordance with Section 903 and when a minimum STC sound ratings are provided in accordance with Sections 1207 and 708.3. (See Table 601 footnote h. for additional notes) (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09)
            When the building is 100% fully fire sprinkler protected per Section 903.3.1.1, penetrations are allowed and shall be limited to fire sprinkler and non-combustible piping only. Other fire resistive wall openings shall be no larger than sixteen (16) square inches and adequately spaced with an approved penetration firestop systems per Section 714.3.1.2. All openings shall be effectively sealed to limit the movement of air and sound to adjoining tenants. Sound ratings shall be designed and maintained per Sections 708.3, 1207.2 and item #5 below. When a building is fully fire sprinkler protected, the tenant wall may be constructed of a 2-stud wall system having a minimum one (1) inch air space between walls. An approved fire rated assembly is allowed with the following conditions:
            1.   The fire rated tenant walls shall be continuous from the foundation to the roof or to fire rated floor/ceiling assemblies of an equal fire rating to that of the common tenant wall(s).
            2.   Each framing member of the double stud-wall system shall be of at least 2 x 4 stud framing members with minimum nominal thickness of 3-1/2". Vertical piping placed within this tenant wall assembly shall not consume more than fifty percent (50%) of the wall cavity's thickness or depth (3.5 + 3.5 + 1 = 8" min.). If equipment and pipes are larger than 4", a larger stud cavity must be used.
            3.   Fire rated wall penetrations between tenants shall be restricted to small non-combustible electrical and plumbing pipe openings no larger than four (4) inches. Electrical outlet boxes and plumbing pipe shall be adequately sleeved, insulated and caulked for sound control with a design as approved by the building code official.
            4.   Kitchen sinks, disposals, dishwashers and similar sound producing equipment shall not be designed adjacent to this type of common 2-wall system.
            5.   When a 2-wall system is used, the minimum sound rating shall be increased to a 55 STC rating from that referenced in amended Section 1207 (also see amended section 711.3 regarding floors). Wall penetrations must be sound insulated and offset at least twenty-four (24) inches from adjacent residential tenant units as noted in Section 714.3.2 exceptions.
            6.   In addition to the sound rating noted above, a two inch (2") mineral fiber sound reduction insulation, shall be added between walls at and around allowed equipment penetrations, adequately insulated and sealed between adjoining tenant walls.
            7.   Fire and sound ratings and penetrations shall be part of the architectural plan design.
            8.   Common tenant walls shall be fire-stopped at each floor level so as not to create a continuous shaft between floors. (Ord. 4643, 5/2/11)
         d.   All interior non-load bearing partitions contained within the residential dwelling unit of R-2 occupancies can be standard dimensional wood lumber with the installation of a full NFPA 13 sprinkler system. Building shall be min. Type 3A construction and have a floor system with the fire rating equal to one and a half (1 1/2)-hour fire rating. See Section 501.3.2. Floor systems in R-2 occupancies. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 501.4 FIRE LANES
35.   That Section 501.4 is added to Section 501 and shall read as follows:
   501.4 FIRE LANE: Fire lanes of the approved size and location shall be provided as required by The Village, the Orland Fire Protection District, Mokena Fire Protection District or the Palos Fire Protection District and maintained in accordance with this code, the property maintenance and fire code, as amended and listed in Chapter 35.
      501.4.1 POSTING OF FIRE LANES: All fire lanes shall be posted with the appropriate signage as required by the Village, Orland Fire Protection District, Mokena Fire Protection District or the Palos Fire Protection District and maintained in accordance with this code, the Property Maintenance and Fire Codes, as amended and listed in Chapter 35. (See Village Code 9-7-5, 9-7-10-1 and 9-7-10-3 for additional parking details). (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
36.   That Section 501.5 definition of "Area, Building" shall read as follows:
   AREA, BUILDING: The area included within the exterior dimensions of the surrounding exterior walls (or exterior walls and fire walls) exclusive of courts. Areas of the building not provided with surrounding walls shall be included in the building area if such areas are included within the horizontal projection of the roof or floor above. For the purpose of figuring the total area of a building in determining if an approved fire suppression system is required, fire walls and separation walls will not be considered in establishing separate buildings or fire areas. See amended Section 508.5 defining “Separate Buildings.”
      EXCEPTIONS:
      1.   Multi-family buildings, Use Group R-2, for fire suppression systems only.
      2.   Single-family dwellings, Use Group R-3. See Section 903.2.8.3 amendments.
SECTION 502 BUILDING ADDRESS
37.   That Section 502 shall be revised and Subsections are added to read as follows:
   502 ADDRESS AND STREET NUMBERS:
      502.1 REQUIRED: All buildings, tenant spaces and structures shall have an address shown using Arabic numerals of a size as described in Section 501.2.4.
      502.1.2 APPROVAL: Developer's engineer to submit to the Village Engineering Department a street and address map for approval.
      502.1.3 LOCATION: All numbers shall be placed in a conspicuous place on or near the building entrance. The address is to be visible at night from a light fixture nearby. Additional address numbers shall be placed on the rear entrances for Fire District information during emergencies.
      502.1.4 SIZE AND TYPE: Number for address to be block style. Script type or written type not allowed.
         502.1.4.1 RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY ATTACHED AND DETACHED (R-3): Numbers shall be a minimum of four (4) inches in height.
         502.1.4.2 ALL OTHERS: Numbers to be a minimum of six (6) inches in height.
         502.1.5 COLOR: Address numbers to be a contrasting color to the background color they are being installed onto.
         502.2.6 STREET SIGNS: Temporary street signs shall be installed by the developer so inspections can be made. The temporary signs may be painted on a piece of wood, but must be large enough to see and legible enough to read. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 503 BUILDING HEIGHT AREA AND NUMBER OF STORIES LIMITATIONS
38.   That the title of Section 503 and Table 503 shall read as follows:
   SECTION 503 GENERAL HEIGHTS AND AREA LIMITATIONS AND FIRE LIMITS:
   503.1 GENERAL. The building height, area and number of stories shall not exceed the limits specified in amended Table 503 based on the type of construction as determined by Section 602 and the occupancies as determined by Section 302 except as modified hereafter. Each portion of a building separated by one (1) or more fire walls complying with Section 706 shall be considered to be a separate building.
      503.1.1 SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL OCCUPANCIES. Buildings and structures designed to house special industrial processes that require large areas and unusual building heights to accommodate craneways or special machinery and equipment, including, among others, rolling mills; structural metal fabrication shops and foundries; or the production and distribution of electric, gas or steam power, shall be exempt from the building height and area limitations of Table 503.
      503.1.2 BUILDINGS ON SAME LOT. Two or more buildings on the same lot shall be regulated as separate buildings or shall be considered as portions of one (1) building if the building height of each building and the aggregate building area of the buildings are within the limitations of Table 503 as modified by Sections 504 and 506. The provisions of this code applicable to the aggregate building shall be applicable to each building.
      503.1.3 TYPE I CONSTRUCTION. Buildings of Type I construction permitted to be of unlimited tabular building heights and areas are not subject to the special requirements that allow unlimited area buildings in Section 507 or unlimited building height in Sections 503.1.1 and 504.3 or increased building heights and areas for other types of construction.
TABLE 503
ALLOWABLE HEIGHT AND BUILDING AREAS b,c, d
Height limitations shown as stories and feet above grade plane.
Area limitations as determined by the definition of “Area, building” per story.
GROUP
TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION
TYPE I
TYPE II
TYPE III
TYPE IV
TYPE V
See 310.1 & 503
A
B
A
B
A
B
HT
A
B
HGT (ft)
HGT (S)
UL
160
65
55
65
55
65
35
30
TABLE 503
ALLOWABLE HEIGHT AND BUILDING AREAS b,c, d
Height limitations shown as stories and feet above grade plane.
Area limitations as determined by the definition of “Area, building” per story.
GROUP
TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION
TYPE I
TYPE II
TYPE III
TYPE IV
TYPE V
See 310.1 & 503
A
B
A
B
A
B
HT
A
B
HGT (ft)
HGT (S)
UL
160
65
55
65
55
65
35
30
A-1
S
A
UL
UL
5
UL
3
15,500
2
8,500
3
14,000
2
8,500
3
15,000
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
A-2
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
3
15,500
2
9,500
3
14,000
2
9,500
3
15,000
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
A-3
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
3
15,500
2
9,500
3
14,000
2
9,500
3
15,000
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
A-4
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
3
15,500
2
9,500
3
14,000
2
9,500
3
15,000
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
A-5
S
A
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
B
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
5
37,500
3
23,000
(Ord. 4614)
5
28,500
3
19,000
(Ord. 4614)
5
36,000
1
4999
(Ord. 4499)
Not
Permitted
E
S
A
UL
UL
5
UL
3
26,500
2
14,500
3
23,500
2
14,500
3
25,500
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
F-1
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
4
25,000
2
15,500
3
19,000
2
12,000
4
33,500
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
F-2
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
5
37,500
3
23,000
4
28,500
3
18,000
5
50,500
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
H-1
503.5. 2
S
A
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
H-2
503.5. 2
S
A
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
H-3
503.5. 2
S
A
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
H-4
503.5. 2
S
A
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
H-5
503.5. 2
S
A
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
I-1
S
A
UL
UL
9
55,000
4
19,000
3
10,000
4
16,500
3
10,000
4
18,000
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
I-2
S
A
UL
UL
4
UL
2
15,000
1
11,000
1
12,000
NP
NP
1
12,000
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
I-3
S
A
UL
UL
4
UL
2
15,000
1
11,000
2
10,500
1
7,500
2
12,000
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
I-4
S
A
UL
UL
5
60,500
3
26,500
2
13,000
3
23,500
2
13,000
3
23,500
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
M
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
4
21,500
2
12,500
(Ord. 4614)
4
18,500
2
12,500
(Ord. 4614)
4
20,500
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
R-1
Note a
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
4
24,000
4
16,000
4
24,000
4 (see 506.3)
16,000
4
20,500
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
R-2
Note a
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
4
24,000
4
16,000
4
24,000
4
16,000
4
20,500
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
R-3 Height Note; See LDC
(Ord. 3910)
S
A
UL
UL
11
UL
4
UL
4
UL
4
UL
4
UL
3
UL
3
7,000
2
7,000
S-1
S
A
UL
UL
11
48,000
4
26,000
2
17,500
(Ord. 4614)
3
26,000
2
17,500
(Ord. 4614)
4
25,500
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
S-2
S
A
UL
UL
11
79,000
5
39,000
3
26,000
(Ord. 4614)
4
39,000
3
26,000
(Ord. 4614)
5
38,500
Not
Permitted
Not
Permitted
U
S
A
UL
UL
5
35,500
4
19,000
2
8,500
3
14,000
2
8,500
4
18,000
2
9,000
1
5,500
 
   For SI: 1 foot = 305 mm, 1 square foot = 0.0929 m2.
   S = Number of Stories,
   A = Building Footprint or Horizontal Projection Area,
   UL = Unlimited.
   See general exceptions to Table 503 for: height increase (504.4), street frontage area (506.2), area (506.3) and Unlimited area building (507)
   LDC = LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE ARTICLE 6.
   Note a.   For interior walls and floors, see Section 501.3.
      b.   For open parking structures, see Section 406.5
      c.   For private garages, see Section 406.1 & 406.3
      d.   Due to past key changes in the current IBC edition, Village Code revisions for Table 503, Height and Areas and increases are intended to follow the previous edition of IBC as amended for Village Code application.
   503.1.4 OCCUPIED ROOFS: A roof level or portion thereof shall be permitted to be used as an occupied roof provided the occupancy of the roof is an occupancy that is permitted by amended Table 503 for the story immediately below the roof. The area of the occupied roofs shall not be included in the building areas as regulated by Table 503. Exceptions 1 & 2 are not deleted from this amended Section.
39.   That Section 503.2 and its Subsections are added and shall read as follows:
   503.2 FIRE LIMITS: For the purpose of control of use and construction of buildings to prevent danger of or damage from fire, the code official may establish limiting districts designated "fire limits" and "outside fire limits," under the legal procedure of the jurisdiction for creating and establishing fire limits. All other areas not included in the fire limits shall be designated as outside the fire limits.
   All real estate now included within the corporate limits of the Village of Orland Park, Illinois, and all real estate which may be hereafter included within the Village's corporate limits is hereby declared to be within the "fire limits," except real estate improved with single family detached dwellings and associated accessory buildings, and real estate improved with single family row dwellings where there is not a dwelling unit above another unit or use, and associated accessory buildings.
      503.2.1 GENERAL: All buildings and structures, and all additions to existing buildings and structures, hereafter erected within the boundaries of the fire limits shall be of Type 1, 2A, or 3A construction as defined in Chapter 6 and regulated in Table 601 and 602; and shall be constructed within the height and area limitations of Table 503 except as herein provided. Open parking structures may be constructed as permitted under Section 406.0.
      Within the "fire limits," no building or structure or part thereof shall hereafter be constructed, erected or installed unless the exterior walls thereof shall be constructed of non-combustible material or solid material: brick, stone, decorative masonry, decorative architectural concrete panels or similar materials or constructed of non-combustible metal, steel columns and beams with a veneer of anchored masonry, decorative architectural concrete panels or similar materials, except as hereinafter provided in subparagraphs 1 through 6, inclusive. The same material shall be installed on all of the exterior walls of the building. (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09) An anchored masonry veneer shall be a minimum of 2.625" in depth.
         EXCEPTION: Use Group R-1 buildings equipped throughout with an automatic fire sprinkler system per 903.3.1.1, may use a structurally engineered noncombustible exterior wall system when special inspections are performed by a State of Illinois Licensed Architect or Structural Engineer per Section 104.4, and Chapter 17 of this code. (Ord. 3994, 3-7-05)
      This Solid Masonry requirement shall not apply to:
         1.   Multi-family garages. These may be of anchored brick veneer construction and allowed to be of wood frame exterior walls when located ten (10) feet or more from all property lines. Less than a ten (10) feet setback requires construction in accordance with the principal building as amended; (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09)
         2.   Temporary one-story frame construction shed for use of builders. These may be of wooden construction;
         3.   One-story frame sheds accessory to residential uses as defined in the Land Development Code;
         4.   Wood fences not over six (6) feet in height;
         5.   Industrial buildings. These may be constructed of metal siding under the following conditions:
            a.   The metal siding shall consist of panels described as Architectural Composite Panels, but not of the corrugated style or type;
            b.   The panels shall be factory assembled;
            c.   The panels shall have concealed fasteners;
            d.   The panels shall have an exterior protective finish with a guaranteed minimum twenty (20)-year protection color life;
            e.   A solid brick or solid decorative masonry knee wall shall be constructed to a minimum height of seven (7) feet on all sides of the building;
            f.   The knee wall shall enclose a minimum building floor area of thirty thousand (30,000) feet on all sides of the building; and
            g.   When offices are built as part of or adjacent to the building, the wall material of the office areas shall be of the same material as the knee wall for the full height of the office areas.
         6.   Buildings over seventy-five (75) feet in height when exterior walls have a tested two (2) hour fire-resistance rated assembly. Protected openings are required per Section 503.2.3 and Section 705.5.
         7.   Exterior walls for one (1)-story office buildings of less than five thousand (5,000) square feet in gross exterior building footprint area are permitted within the fire limits under the following conditions:
            a.   Construction type must be a minimum of 5A (one (1)-hour fire rating for structural members per Table 601.)
            b.   Buildings, exterior walls and their roof projection more than thirty (30) inches are not permitted to be located less than thirty (30) feet from an adjacent structure on the same lot. An interior lot line setback shall not be less than fifteen (15) feet.
            c.   The occupant load of the entire building shall not exceed fifty (50) persons.
         8.   Building exterior walls constructed of structural metal studs are allowed when structurally engineered by a State of Illinois Licensed Architect or Structural Engineer. Special inspections must be performed by an approved agency as specified in Section 1703 and inspection reports shall be submitted before any interior finishes for a rough or partial rough framing approval are requested (see Sections 104.4, 1704 and 1705). Plans and special inspections for metal studs shall include:
            a.   Metal wall design shall be in accordance with AISI-WSD for cold-formed steel studs, per Section 2210 for Light-Framed Construction.
            b.   Labeling of metal studs for the gauge/thickness on bearing wall conditions.
            c.   The connections for support and bracing of all members shall be installed as structurally designed to resist vertical and horizontal loads.
            d.   A statement of special inspections required by the responsible contractor as noted in Sections 1704.2.3, 1704.3 of this code.
            All exterior walls require an anchored masonry veneer as noted in this section above, section 501.3.2 and in Table 1405.2 as amended. (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09)
      503.2.2 HIGH HAZARD NOT PERMITTED: Buildings of Use Group H shall not be permitted within the fire limits.
      503.2.3 TYPE 2B OR 3B CONSTRUCTION PERMITTED: Buildings and structures, and additions to existing buildings and structures, hereafter erected within the fire limits may be of Type 2B or 3B construction as defined in Chapter 6 and regulated in Tables 602 and 503 when constructed and located in accordance with the requirements of Table 503.2.3.
 
Table 503.2.3
EXTERIOR WALL FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS a.
Width of fire separation adjacent to exterior wall.
See fire separation definition in Chapter 2
2. Fire- resistance rating of exterior wall or barrier
3. Fire-resistance rating of exterior opening protectives
4. Minimum classification of roof covering
On lot lines or less than 3 feet therefrom or from any building
4 hour
Not Permitted
B
3 feet or more but less than 6 feet
3 hour
3 hour
B
6 feet or more but less than 11 feet - Notes b, c
2 hour
1 ½ hour
B
11 feet or more but less than 30 feet - Notes b, c
1 hour
3/4 hour
B
30 feet or more - Notes b, c
0 hour
0 hour
C
 
   Note a - Not less than required by Table 602. The exterior wall or barrier shall extend to the height of the building and be so constructed so that it will remain structurally in place for the duration of time indicated by the required fire-resistance rating. When the exterior wall or barrier is adjacent to a flat roof, it shall be constructed with a parapet. (See Sections 705.11 and 706.6.)
   Note b - For multi family (R-2) not greater than 3 stories in height and vertically attached single family row dwellings (R-3 townhomes), the width of required fire separation distances may be reduced by 50% for each hourly rating.
   Note c - For multi-family (R-2) not greater than 3 stories in height the exterior wall opening shall comply with Table 705.8.
      503.2.4 TEMPORARY STORM ENCLOSURES: Temporary storm enclosures may be erected of Type 2B or 5 construction not more than ten (10) feet in height and not more than three (3) feet wider than the entrance doors which they serve, provided they do not project more than ten (10) feet beyond the building. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
40.   That Section 503.3 and its Subsections are added and shall read as follows:
   503.3 OUTSIDE THE FIRE LIMITS: Outside the fire limits all types of construction for residential R-3 uses, except as herein specifically prohibited or for which commercial or special approval is required in connection with special uses and occupancies in Chapters 3 and 4 shall be permitted within the height and area limitations of Table 503.
      503.3.1 FIRE SEPARATION: Exterior walls shall be constructed with the fire-resistance ratings as required in Section 705.
      503.3.2 ROOF COVERINGS: Roof coverings shall conform to the fire resistive requirements for Class A, B, or C or roofings complying with the provisions of Chapter 15. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 504 BUILDING HEIGHT AND NUMBER OF STORIES
41.   That Sections 504.1 and 504.3 shall read as follows:
   504.1 BUILDING HEIGHTS AND NUMBER OF STORIES AS AMENDED: Amended Section 503 shall be used for a building’s allowable Heights, Areas and Number of stories. Exceptions may apply for special use applications where designated in this Code.
   DELETE TABLE 504.3 (Table 504.3 has been amended by the Village and amended Table 503 applies).
   504.3 Automatic sprinkler system increase. Where a building is equipped throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1, the value specified in Table 503 for maximum building height is increased by twenty (20) feet (6096 mm) and the maximum number of stories is increased by one (1). These increases are permitted in addition to the building area increase in accordance with Sections 506.2 and 506.3. For Group R buildings designed of Type III-B Construction the value specified in Table 503 for maximum building height shall not exceed sixty (60) feet (18 288 mm) or four (4) stories, regardless of type of sprinkler system.
      Exceptions: The use of an automatic sprinkler system to increase building heights shall not be permitted for the following conditions:
      1.   Buildings, or portions of buildings, classified as a Group I-2 occupancy of Type IIB, III, IV or V construction.
      2.   Buildings, or portions of buildings, classified as a Group H-1, H-2, H-3 or H-5 occupancy. See Section 307 of this Code.
      3.   Buildings where an automatic sprinkler system is substituted for fire-resistance rated construction in accordance with Table 601, Note d.
   504.3 HEIGHT IN FEET: The maximum height, in feet, of a building shall not exceed the limits specified in Village amended Table 503 of this code.
      EXCEPTION: Towers, spires, steeples and other roof structures shall be constructed of materials consistent with the required type of construction of the building except where other construction is permitted by Section 1510. Such structures shall not be used for habitation or storage. The structures shall be unlimited in height where of noncombustible materials and shall not extend more than twenty (20) feet (6096 mm) above the allowable building height where of combustible materials (see Chapter 15 for additional requirements).
   504.4 NUMBER OF STORIES. The maximum number of stories of a building shall not exceed the limits specified in Table 503. Exception: an increase allowed up to one (1) story with fire sprinkler protection per Section 903.3.1.1. (NFPA 13 system).
   DELETE: Table 504.4 as written by the Model IBC Code which may conflict with the Village Code adopting amended Table 503. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 506: MODIFICATIONS TO BUILDING AREA, HEIGHT AND STORIES
42.   That Section 506 shall be revised to read as follows:
   BUILDING AREA MODIFICATIONS: Note: The Village Code building area calculations are similar to the IBC model code’s intent but cannot be used due to the revision of Section 506.3 (fire sprinkler allowed increases). Section numbers have been revised for comprehension purposes.
   506.1 GENERAL: The building areas limited by Table 503 shall be permitted to be increased due to frontage (If) and automatic sprinkler system protection (Is) in accordance with Equation 5-1:
   Aa = {At + [At × If] + [At × Is]}    (Equation 5-1)
   where:
   Aa = Allowable building area per story (square feet).
   At = Tabular building area per story in accordance with Table 503 (square feet).
   If = Area increase factor due to frontage as calculated in accordance with Section 506.2.
   Is = Area increase factor due to sprinkler protection as calculated in accordance with Section 506.3.
   506.2 FRONTAGE INCREASE: Every building shall adjoin or have access to a public way to receive a building area increase for frontage. Where a building has more than twenty-five percent (25%) of its perimeter on a public way or open space having a width of not less than twenty (20) feet (6096 mm), the frontage increase shall be determined in accordance with Equation 5-2:
   If = [F/P - 0.25]W/30    (Equation 5-2)
   where:
   If = Area increase due to frontage.
   F = Building perimeter that fronts on a public way or open space having 20 feet (6096 mm) open minimum width (feet).
   P = Perimeter of entire building (feet).
   W = Width of public way or open space (feet) in accordance with Section 506.2.1.
      506.2.1 WIDTH LIMITS: To apply this section the value of W shall be not less than twenty (20) feet (6096 mm). Where the value of W varies along the perimeter of the building, the calculation performed in accordance with Equation 5-2 shall be based on the weighted average calculated in accordance with Equation 5-3 for portions of the exterior perimeter walls where the value of W is greater than or equal to twenty (20) feet (6096 mm). Where the value of W is greater than thirty (30) feet (9144 mm), a value of thirty (30) feet (9144 mm) shall be used in calculating the weighted average, regardless of the actual width of the open space. W shall be measured perpendicular from the face of the building to the closest interior lot line. Where the building fronts on a public way, the entire width of the public way shall be used. Where two (2) or more buildings are on the same lot, W shall be measured from the exterior face of each building to the opposing exterior face of each adjacent building, as applicable.
      Weighted average W = (L1[ ][ ] w1 + L2[ ][ ] w2 + L3[ ][ ] w3…)/F.    (Equation 5-3)
      where:
      Ln = Length of a portion of the exterior perimeter wall.
      wn = Width of open space associated with that portion of the exterior perimeter wall.
      F = Building perimeter that fronts on a public way or open space having a width of 20 feet (6096 mm) or more.
      Exception: Where the building meets the requirements of Section 507, as applicable, except for compliance with the 60-foot (18 288 mm) public way or yard requirement, and the value of W is greater than 30 feet (9144 mm), the value of W divided by 30 shall be limited to a maximum of 2.
      506.2.2 OPEN SPACE LIMITS: Such open space shall be either on the same lot or dedicated for public use and shall be accessed from a street or approved fire lane.
      Section 506.2.3 for Single Occupancy multi-story buildings is regulated in amended Section 506.4.
      Section 506.2.4 for Multi-Occupancy multi-story buildings is regulated in amended Section 506.5.
   506.3 AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM INCREASE: Where a building is protected throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1, the area limitation in Table 503 is permitted to be increased by one hundred percent (100%) (I s = 100 percent) for buildings with more than one (1) story above grade and a two hundred percent (200%) (I s = 200 percent) increase is allowed for single story buildings. 1 story Religious A-3 Occupancy Classifications allow a three hundred percent (300%) area increase and a two hundred percent (200%) area increase for Religious buildings more than one (1)-story above grade.
      EXCEPTIONS:
      a.   Group H-1, H-2 or H-3 (Use groups not permitted within the Village).
      b.   R-1 hotels having 2 or more stories above grade, (including "Mixed occupancies" per Section 508) of Type III-B construction are allowed a 200% area increase when using 12,000 square feet as a maximum area limitation in Table 503. See Table 601 footnote k, for Type III Construction exception for this reduced basic floor area. (Ord. 4056, 7-18-05)
   506.4 SINGLE OCCUPANCY BUILDINGS WITH MORE THAN ONE STORY: The total allowable building area of a single occupancy building with more than one (1) story above grade plane shall be determined in accordance with this section. The actual aggregate building area at all stories in the building shall not exceed the total allowable building area. Exception: A single basement need not be included in the total allowable building area, provided such basement does not exceed the area permitted for a building with no more than one (1) story above grade plane.
      506.4.1 AREAS DETERMINATION: The total allowable building area of a single occupancy building with more than one (1) story above grade plane shall be determined by multiplying the allowable building area per story (Aa), as determined in Section 506.1, by the number of stories above grade plane as listed below:
      1.   For buildings with two (2) stories above grade plane, multiply by two (2);
      2.   For buildings with three (3) or more stories above grade plane, multiply by three (3); and
      3.   No story shall exceed the allowable building area per story (Aa), as determined in Section 506.1, for the occupancies on that story.
      Exceptions:
      1.   Unlimited area buildings in accordance with Section 507.
      2.   The maximum area of a building equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.2 shall be determined by multiplying the allowable area per story (Aa), as determined in Section 506.1, by the number of stories above grade plane.
   506.5 MIXED OCCUPANCY AREA DETERMINATION: The total allowable building area for buildings containing mixed occupancies shall be determined in accordance with the applicable provisions of this section. A single basement need not be included in the total allowable building area, provided such basement does not exceed the area permitted for a building with no more than one (1) story above grade plane.
      506.5.1 NO MORE THAN ONE STORY ABOVE GRADE PLANE: For buildings with no more than one (1) story above grade plane and containing mixed occupancies, the total building area shall be determined in accordance with the applicable provisions of Section 508.1.
      506.5.2 MORE THAN ONE STORY ABOVE GRADE PLANE: For buildings with more than one (1) story above grade plane and containing mixed occupancies, each story shall individually comply with the applicable requirements of Section 508.1. For buildings with more than three (3) stories above grade plane, the total building area shall be such that the aggregate sum of the ratios of the actual area of each story divided by the allowable area of such stories based on the applicable provisions of Section 508.1 shall not exceed three (3).
   DELETE- 507.3 Unlimited area for F-2 or S-2
   DELETE- 507.4 Exception 1. Unlimited Height for Rack Storage
   DELETE- 507.5 Unlimited area for 2-story Group B
   DELETE- 507.8 H-uses as part of unlimited F & S Use Group buildings (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 508 MIXED USE AND OCCUPANCY
43.   That Sections 508.2.2 and 508.2.3 are revised and shall read as follows:
   508.2.2 ACCESSORY OCCUPANCIES BUILDING HEIGHT: The allowable height and number of stories of the building containing accessory occupancies shall be in accordance with Section 503 for the main occupancy of the building. Accessory occupancies are ancillary to the main occupancy group.
   508.2.3 ACCESSORY OCCUPANCIES ALLOWABLE AREA: The allowable area of the building shall be based on the applicable provisions of Section 503 for the main occupancy of the building. Aggregate accessory occupancies shall not occupy more than ten percent (10%) of the floor area of the story in which they are located and shall not exceed the tabular values for nonsprinklered buildings in Table 503 for each such accessory occupancy.
   508.3.3 MIXED USE SEPARATION: No separation is required between non-separated occupancies. The most restrictive provisions of Chapter 9 shall apply to the entire building for non-separated uses.
      EXCEPTION:
      1.   I-1, R-1, R-2 and attached single family of an R-3 use group shall be separated with 2- hour fire rated tenant wall as described in Sections 310.3.
      2.   See restrictions for incidental uses as required by Section 509 and Special provisions of Section 510. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
44.   That Section 508.5 is added to Chapter 5 and shall read as follows:
   508.5 SEPARATE BUILDINGS: Each use shall be considered a separate building when each such use is completely separated from adjacent uses by fire walls having a fire-resistance rating corresponding to that required by Table 602. Each building shall then comply with the provisions of this code applicable to the use of that building. For the purpose of figuring the total area of a building to determine if an approved fire suppression system is required, fire walls and separation walls will not be considered in establishing separate buildings or fire areas. A building must have separate exterior walls and roofs before it can be considered a separate building. See 503.1.2, Buildings on the same lot. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 511 TRASH ENCLOSURES
45.   That Section 511 is added to Chapter 5 and shall read as follows:
   511.1 WHERE REQUIRED: Trash and Recycling enclosures shall be provided at all buildings and uses except for single family attached and detached dwelling units. The enclosed area shall be screened on three (3) sides by a wall from view from public streets and any abutting properties. There shall not be any types of enclosure or container in the front yard of any building or use including single family attached and detached units.
   511.2 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS: Any wall around a dumpster or trash handling area shall be constructed in a durable fashion of brick, stone, or other masonry materials with no greater than twenty-five percent (25%) of the wall surface left open for a gate. The wall shall be constructed of the same building material and in the same architectural style as the principal structure.
      EXCEPTION: Manufacturing districts may use wood fencing materials constructed in a durable fashion in place of required brick, stone or other masonry materials as noted above. Newly constructed wooden garbage enclosures must be part of a site/elevation plan review required through the Community Development Department. (Ord. 4005, 4-4-05)
   511.3 ENCLOSURE HEIGHT: Any enclosure constructed shall have a height not greater than seven (7) feet and not less than five (5) feet.
   511.4 FOUNDATION: Any enclosure constructed shall have a concrete foundation and slab capable of supporting the walls and any other live and dead loads anticipated.
   511.5 SIZE OF TRASH ENCLOSURE: The area of a trash enclosure for a site or business shall be sized using dimensions, which relate to the size and use of the principal building and as approved by the Building Official. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 512 ADDRESS AND STREET NUMBERS
46.   That Section 512 is added to Chapter 5 and shall read as follows:
      512.1 REQUIRED: All buildings, tenant spaces and structures shall have an address shown.
      511.2 APPROVAL: Developer's engineer to submit to the Village Engineering Department a street and address map for approval. Streets and address numbers shall use the English Language.
      512.3 LOCATION: All numbers shall be placed in a conspicuous place on or near the building entrance. The address is to be visible at night from a light fixture nearby.
      512.4 SIZE AND TYPE: Number for address to be block style. Script type or written type not allowed.
         512.4.1 RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY ATTACHED AND DETACHED (R-):
         Numbers shall be a minimum of four (4) inches in height.
         512.4.2 ALL OTHERS: Numbers to be a minimum of six (6) inches in height.
      512.5 COLOR: Address numbers to be a contrasting color to the background color they are being installed onto.
      512.6 STREET SIGNS: Temporary street signs shall be installed by the developer so inspections can be made. The temporary signs may be painted on a piece of wood, but must be large enough to see and legible enough to read. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 513 MINIMUM FLOOR AREAS FOR MULTI-FAMILY DWELLING UNITS
47.   That Section 513 and its Subsections shall read as follows:
      513.1 R-4 ZONING DISTRICT MULTI-FAMILY AREA: The minimum floor area above grade for multi-family dwellings of the R-2 Use Group, excluding the garages, based on the appropriate zoning district shall be as required in this Section:
      Multi-Family:
      a.   Efficiency Units 600 square feet.
      b.   One Bedroom Unit 700 square feet.
      c.   Two Bedroom Unit 800 square feet.
      d.   Three/more Bedroom Units 1,000 square feet. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
   IBC CHAPTER 6 - TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION
48.   That Table 601 shall read as follows:
TABLE 601
FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDING ELEMENTS (hours)
BUILDING ELEMENT
TYPE I
TYPE II
TYPE III
TYPE IV
TYPE V
A
B
Ad
Bd
A
Bd
HT
Ad
B
TABLE 601
FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDING ELEMENTS (hours)
BUILDING ELEMENT
TYPE I
TYPE II
TYPE III
TYPE IV
TYPE V
A
B
Ad
Bd
A
Bd
HT
Ad
B
Primary structural frame g
(see Section 202)
3b
2b
1
0
1
0
HT
1
0
Bearing walls
Exterior f,g,i,j,k
Interior h,k
 
3
3b
 
2
2b
 
1
1
 
0
0
 
2
1
 
2
0
 
2
1/HT
 
1
1
 
0
0
Nonbearing walls and partitions
See Table 602
Exterior f,g,i,j,k
Nonbearing walls and partitions
Interior e,f,h,k
0
0
0
0
0
0
See Section 602.4.6
0
0
Floor construction Including supporting beams and joists e
2
2
1
0
1
0
HT
1
0
Roof construction Including supporting beams and joists e
1 ½ b, c
1c
1c
0c
1c
0
HT
1c
0
 
For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm.
   a.   Roof supports: Fire-resistance ratings of primary structural frame and bearing walls are permitted to be reduced by 1 hour where supporting a roof only.
   b.   Except in Group F-1, H, M and S-1 occupancies, fire protection of structural members shall not be required, including protection of roof framing and decking where every part of the roof construction is 20 feet or more above any floor immediately below.
   c.   In all occupancies, heavy timber shall be allowed where a 1-hour or less fire-resistance rating is required.
   d.   An approved automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1 shall be allowed to be substituted for 1-hour fire-resistance-rated of Type V-A construction, provided such system is not otherwise required by other provisions of the Village Code or used for an allowable area increase in accordance with Section 506.3 or an allowable height increase in accordance with Section 504.2. The 1-hour substitution for the fire resistance of exterior walls shall not be permitted.
   e.   Not less than the fire-resistance rating required by other sections of this code.
   f.   Not less than the fire-resistance rating based on fire separation distance (see Table 602 and 503.2.3).
   g.   Not less than the fire-resistance rating as referenced in Section 704.10.
   h.   Attached residences shall be separated with a two (2) hour fire rated assembly by using a rated masonry or a three (3) wall system, with the center wall having a two (2) hours fire resistance rating and shall be continuous from the foundation to the underside to the fire retardant roof sheathing installed per Section 706.6, 707.5 and as required further by this code and the ordinances listed in Chapter 35. The fire resistance rated 3-wall separations shall not be penetrated. Masonry wall penetrations shall be limited as specified in Section 501.3.4 and shall be effectively sealed to prevent the movement of air from adjoining tenants. Sound ratings shall be maintained. (See Title 5, Chapter 1, Section 14 of this Code for more specific regulations)
   i.   Planned Unit Developments (P. U. D.'s) of single family vertically attached townhouse units (R-3) may use a 2 hour fire rated non-combustible wall assembly when located on a lot line between units. Exterior walls when located on or near lot lines and open to a separate non-buildable lot of at least 30' in width used as a common yard or open to a public way (street), may have zero (0) hours fire rating when all is located within the same P. U. D.
   j.   Detached single family occupancies within the fire limits (R-4 Zoning or higher density Districts) may use unprotected openings when building exterior walls have at least a 7 feet separation distance to an imaginary line between 2 buildings (14 feet between buildings) allowing for a 0 hour fire rating of exterior walls. (See Section 708.8.3 exception #2 for required fire separations between units)
   k.   Wall between tenants (in other than residential occupancies) and within the same building shall be continuous and extend from the floor to the floor or roof deck above. Openings for building service equipment less than 100 square inches are permitted for every 25 feet of wall separation length. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
TABLE 602 EXTERIOR WALL FIRE RESISTANCE RATING BASED ON SEPARATION DISTANCES
49.   That Table 602 shall read as follows:
 
TABLE 602
FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR EXTERIOR WALLS BASED ON
FIRE SEPARATION DISTANCE a,e,i
FIRE SEPARATION
DISTANCE = X (feet)
TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION
GROUP Hf
GROUP F- 1, M, S-1g
GROUP A,B,E,F-2, Rh,S-2g,Ub
X < 5c
All
3
2
1
X 5
X < 10
IA
Others
3
2
2
1
1
1
X 10
X < 30
IA, IB
IIB, VB
Others
2
1
1
1
0
1
1d
0
1d
X 30
All
0
0
0
 
   For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm.
   a.   Load-bearing exterior walls shall also comply with the fire-resistance rating requirements of Table 601.
   b.   For special requirements for Group U occupancies, see Section 406.1.2.
   c.   See Section 706.1.1 for party walls.
   d.   Open parking garages complying with Section 406 shall not be required to have a fire-resistance rating.
   e.   The fire-resistance rating of an exterior wall is determined based upon the fire separation distance of the exterior wall and the story in which the wall is located.
   f.   For special requirements for Group H occupancies, see Section 415.3 (see 503.2.2).
   g.   For special requirements for Group S aircraft hangars, see Section 412.4.1.
   h.   Group U when used as accessory to Group R-3, as applicable in Section 101.2 shall not be required to have a fire-resistance rating where fire separation distance is 10 feet or more from the residence or five (5) feet or more from the interior lot line(s).
   i.    See Table 503.2.3 for Buildings of Types 2B and 3B Construction within the Fire Limits. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 602.3 TYPE III CONSTRUCTION
50.   That Section 602.3 shall read as follows:
   602.3 Type III: Type III construction is that type of construction in which the exterior walls are of noncombustible and masonry- materials and the interior building elements are of any material permitted by this code. Fire-retardant-treated wood framing complying with Section 2303.2 shall be permitted within exterior wall assemblies for blocking and backing only. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 603 COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS IN TYPES I AND II CONSTRUCTION
   DELETE 603.1 - Allowable combustible materials only items # 1.2 & 1.3 and 1.4. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
   IBC CHAPTER 7 - FIRE AND SMOKE PROTECTION
51.   That in Section 701.2 the definition for "Fire Wall" shall read as follows:
   701.2 DEFINITIONS: (see additional definitions in chapter 2)
   FIRE WALL: A fire-resistance rated masonry or solid concrete wall, having protected openings, which restricts the spread of fire and extends continuously from the foundation to or through the roof with sufficient structural stability under fire conditions to allow collapse of construction on either side without collapse of the wall. Fire walls shall not be penetrated. (See Section 706.0) (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 703 FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING AND FIRE TESTS
52.   That Section 703.3 shall read as follows:
   703.3 ALTERNATIVE METHODS FOR DETERMINING FIRE RESISTANCE: The application of any of the alternative methods listed in this section shall be based on the fire exposure and acceptance criteria specified in ASTM E 119 or UL 263. The required fire resistance of a building element shall be permitted to be established by any of the following methods or procedures:
   1.   Fire-resistance tested designs documented in approved sources.
   2.   Alternative protection methods as allowed by Section 104.11. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 705 EXTERIOR WALLS
53.   That Section 705.1 shall be revised, 705.5.5 shall be added and Table 705.8 revised to read as follows:
   705.1 GENERAL: All exterior walls shall comply with the applicable provisions of this code and with the fire-resistance rating requirements of this section, Section 501.3, 503.2.3 and Section 602.0.
      EXCEPTION: The provisions of Sections and 705.3 shall not apply to exterior walls which face buildings on the same lot where the buildings are such that, if combined into one (1) structure, the resulting building will otherwise comply with the height and area limitations of Section 503.0. (See Section 501.3.2)
      705.5.1 EXTERIOR WALLS OF ATTACHED R-3 RESIDENTIAL UNITS:
      See Residential Construction standards referenced in Section 14 of this ordinance (5-1-14)
Table 705.8
Maximum Area of Exterior Wall Openings on Fire Separation Distance and Degree of Opening Protection j,k
Fire Separation Distance (Feet)
a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k
Degree of Opening Protection
Allowable Area a
Table 705.8
Maximum Area of Exterior Wall Openings on Fire Separation Distance and Degree of Opening Protection j,k
Fire Separation Distance (Feet)
a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k
Degree of Opening Protection
Allowable Area a
0 to less than 3 b,c
Unprotected, Nonsprinklered (UP, NS)
Not Permitted
Unprotected, Sprinklered (UP,S) i
Not Permitted
Protected (P)
Not Permitted
3 to less than 5 d,e
Unprotected, Nonsprinklered (UP, NS)
Not Permitted
Unprotected, Sprinklered (UP,S) i
15%
Protected (P)
15%
5 to less than 10 e,f,j
 
Unprotected, Nonsprinklered (UP, NS)
10%
Unprotected, Sprinklered (UP,S) i
25%
Protected (P)
25%
10 to less than 15 e, f, g
Unprotected, Nonsprinklered (UP, NS)
15%
Unprotected, Sprinklered (UP,S) i
45%
Protected (P)
45%
15 to less than 20 f, g
Unprotected, Nonsprinklered (UP, NS)
25%
Unprotected, Sprinklered (UP,S) i
75%
Protected (P)
75%
20 to less than 25 f, g
Unprotected, Nonsprinklered (UP, NS)
45%
Unprotected, Sprinklered (UP,S) i
No Limit
Protected (P)
No Limit
25 to less than 30 f, g
Unprotected, Nonsprinklered (UP, NS)
70%
Unprotected, Sprinklered (UP,S) i
No Limit
Protected (P)
No Limit
30 or greater
Unprotected, Nonsprinklered (UP, NS)
No Limit
Unprotected, Sprinklered (UP,S) i
Not Required
Protected (P)
Not Required
 
For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm.
   UP, NS = Unprotected openings in buildings not equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1.
   UP, S = Unprotected openings in buildings equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1.
   P = Openings protected with an opening protective assembly in accordance with Section 705.8.2.
   a.   Values indicated are the percentage of the area of the exterior wall, per story.
   b.   For the requirements for fire walls of buildings with differing heights, see Section 706.6.1.
   c.   For openings in a fire wall for buildings on the same lot, see Section 706.8.
   d.   An R-3 Use subject now referenced in Section 101.2 and ordinance 5-1-14 of this Code.
   e.   Unprotected openings shall not be permitted for openings with a fire separation distance of less than 15 feet for Group H-2 and H-3 occupancies.
   f.   An R-3 Use subject now referenced in Section 101.2 and ordinance 5-1-14 of this Code.
   g.   The area of openings in an open parking structure with a fire separation distance of 10 feet or greater shall not be limited.
   h.   An R-3 Use subject now referenced in Section 101.2 and ordinance 5-1-14 of this Code.
   i.   Not applicable to Group H-1, H-2 and H-3 occupancies.
   j.   For special requirements for Group U occupancies, see Section 406.3.2.
   k.   An R-3 Use subject now referenced in Section 101.2 and ordinance 5-1-14 of this Code.
   l.   See Table 503.2.3 for exterior wall openings in types 2B and 3B construction classifications. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 706 FIRE WALLS
   DELETE- 706.3 Exception Type 5 Const. for masonry wall materials.
54.   That Section 706.9.1 shall read as follows:
   706.9.1 FIRE WALLS PENETRATIONS AND CUTTING: Cutting of fire walls and party walls for chases, piping or for structural members shall not be permitted. Penetrations shown in Section 714 shall apply to Fire Barriers, Shaft Enclosures, Fire Partitions and Horizontal Assemblies as noted in Sections 707, 708, 712, 713 and fire resistive assemblies that are not classified as a "Fire Wall" as defined in Section 701.2. The only permitted penetrations allowed in a "Fire Wall" are for non-combustible fire sprinkler piping with listed assemblies.
   DELETE 706.11 Exception Only - Duct and opening Fire Wall penetrations (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 707 FIRE BARRIERS (not amended)
SECTION 708 FIRE PARTITIONS
55.   That Section 708.1 and 708.3 shall be revised to read as follows:
   708.1 FIRE PARTITIONS GENERAL:
   Wall assemblies of a minimum 1-hour fire rating shall be installed as required by Sections, 310.3.1, 402.4.2, 1020.1 and 508.4 shall comply with this section, including: (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09)
   1.   Walls separating dwelling units. (See Section 310.3, 501.3.4 and Table 601 footnotes h, i, & j). (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09)
   2.   Walls separating sleeping units in Group R-1, R-2 and I-1 Occupancies. (See sections 310.3.1, 501.3.4.). (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09)
   3.   Walls separating tenant spaces in covered mall buildings.
   4.   Corridor walls as required by Section 1018.1.
   5.   Elevator lobby separation as required by Section 3006 and 3007.6.2.
   6.   Residential aircraft hangars.
   7.   See Table 601 Footnote h, i, j and k.
   8.   Wall separating tenants in multi-tenant business and commercial buildings shall be of a 1-hour fire rated assembly and shall act as a fire barrier. Buildings with 100% fire sprinkler protection where facing open area lobbies may reduce the lobby wall fire rating to ½ hour fire barrier and allow non-fire rated glass to be installed similar to a covered mall application (Table 601 footnote "k"). (Ord. 3910, 7-19-04; Amd. Ord. 4499, 8-3-09; Am. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
   708.3 FIRE-RESISTIVE RATING OF FIRE PARTITIONS AND FLOORS: (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09)
   The fire-resistance rating of fire partitions and floors shall be not less than 1- hour and as specified below:
   1.   Corridor walls as permitted by Table 1020.1 EXCEPTIONS shall not conflict with any special provisions of this Village Code.
   2.   MULTIPLE SINGLE FAMILY DWELLINGS: Single family dwelling unit walls (Use Group R-3) may be located adjacent to other single family dwelling units (Use Group R-3) provided each dwelling unit is completely separated from the adjacent dwelling unit(s) by fire separation wall(s) of not less than two hours fire-resistance rated construction as required by Section 310.1. The fire separation wall shall not be penetrated. Single family dwelling units having independent means of egress when attached in this manner, shall be considered as one building classified as Use Group R-3 for the purpose of determining the applicable provisions of this code. Sections 501.3.2 and 501.3.3 for R-2 Walls and Floors using fire sprinkler exceptions is allowed. See single family residential (R-3) regulations in 5-1-14 of this Village Code.
   3.   USE GROUPS R-1 AND R-2 - PARTITIONS AND FLOORS: Tenant Walls for R-1 and R-2 Use Groups shall be as specified in Section 501.3.3. Floors in Use Groups R-1 and R-2 as specified in Section 501.3.2 shall be a precast or engineered reinforced concrete fire barrier of at least a two (2) hour fire resistance rating where separating guest rooms, tenant spaces, dwelling units and exit corridors and continue to the fire restive rated floor/roof deck above. Fire sprinkler protected buildings allow a reduction to a one (1) hour fire rated floor assembly per Section 501.3.2. (Section 503.2 references fire limits and restrictions).
      EXCEPTION:
      a.   Floors In Hotels or Motels of an R-1 Use Group building may be reduced to a combustible one (1) hour horizontal fire resistance rating as required by Section 711 when a building is fully fire sprinkler protected per Section 903.2.8 and is designed with a minimum construction of Type IIB or IIIB. (See Sections 501.3.3 and 503.2) (Ord. 3994, 3-7-05; Amd. Ord. 4056, 7-18-05)
      b.   Floors of a multi-family (R-2) use group may use a non-combustible floor joist (metal bar joist per Section 501.3.3) with a non-penetrated fire resistive separation rating with all the following conditions when:
         1.   The residential floor is not located above a garage floor or other more hazardous use.
         2.   The building floor area does not exceed the height and area limitations when the building is not non-fire sprinkler protected per Section 903 as amended. (note; area and height increases are only allowed per 506.3 & 903.3.1.1)
         3.   A drop ceiling is installed below the fire rated floor/ceiling assembly for the installation of plumbing, electrical and mechanical equipment supply to rooms.
         4.   An airborne sound transmitting (STC) rating of at least 55, and a structure borne (IIC) rating of 50 or more are provided. (Ord. 4499, 8-3-09; Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
56.   That Section 708.4 shall read as follows:
   708.4 CONTINUITY: All fire partitions shall extend from the top of the floor assembly below to the underside of the floor/roof slab or deck above or to the fire-resistance rated floor/ceiling or roof/ceiling assembly above, and shall be securely attached thereto. The supporting construction shall be protected to afford the required fire-resistance rating of the wall supported, except for exit access corridor walls in buildings of Types 2B, 3B and 5B construction. All concealed combustible vertical spaces shall be fireblocked at every floor level as required in Section 718.
   DELETE: 708.4.2 Exceptions 1, 2, 3, and 4 (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 711 FLOOR AND ROOF ASSEMBLIES
57.   That Subsection 711.2.4 shall read as follows:
   711.2.4 HORIZONTAL FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING: The fire-resistance rating of floor and roof assemblies shall not be less than that required by the building type of construction. Where the floor assembly separates occupancies, or separates a single occupancy into different fire areas, the assembly shall have a fire-resistance rating of not less than that required by Section 508 based on Mixed Use occupancies separated. Floor assemblies separating dwelling units or guestrooms shall be a minimum of two (2) hour fire-resistance-rated construction. See Sections 310.3, 501.3 and 708.3 Exceptions in R-1 Use Group buildings. Horizontal fire assemblies shall require special inspection reports by approved agencies or individuals for conformance to tested fire assemblies per Section 104.4 of this code. (Ord. 3994, 3-7-05). Commercial tenant spaces shall be separated as noted in Section 708.3, item #4.
   DELETE- 711.2.4.3 "Exception" only - Sleeping room horizontal separation reduction (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 713 SHAFT ENCLOSURES
58.   That Section in 713.4 shall be revised to read as follows:
   713.4 SHAFT FIRE RESISTANCE RATING: Shafts and stairwells shall be enclosed with fire separation assemblies having a fire resistance rating of not less than two (2) hours. The number of stories connected by the shaft enclosure shall include any basements but not any mezzanines. Shaft enclosures shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than the floor assembly penetrated, but need not exceed two (2) hours. Shaft enclosures shall meet the requirements of Section 703.2.1.
      EXCEPTIONS:
      1.   Shaft and Stairway enclosures of less than three (3) stories may be of a fire resistive rating of not less than 1-hour. (See Section 1022.1 for interior exits stairways and ramp enclosures)
      2.   Single Family Dwellings. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
SECTION 714 PENETRATIONS
59.   That Subsection 714.4.1.1.1 shall be added to read as follows:
   714.4.1.1.1 R-1 USE GROUP HOTEL AND MOTEL GUESTROOM FIRE PENETRATIONS: Fire separations of a single wall assembly allowed in Hotels and Motels per amended Section 310.3 and 501.3.3 may be penetrated with electrical outlets only, using approved opening protectives. Electrical openings shall be as permitted in Section 714.4.2. In multi-story buildings, plumbing drain waste and vent piping shall not be located within tenant wall fire separation assemblies. Plumbing piping shall be located in separate fire rated shafts of a two (2) hour fire rated assemblies, per Section 708, when penetrating floors. (Ord. 3994, 3-7-05; Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19).
SECTION 721 PRESCRIPTIVE FIRE RESISTANCE
60.   That Subsection 721.1 shall read as follows:
   721.1 GENERAL: The provisions of this section contain prescriptive details of fire-resistance-rated building elements. When allowed by the building official, the materials of construction listed in Tables 721.1(1), 721.1(2), and 721.1(3) may be assumed to have the fire-resistance ratings prescribed therein. A state of Illinois licensed architect or structural engineer must submit a plan detailing the field assembly of any fire resistive applications used in these tables. Where materials that change the capacity for heat dissipation are incorporated into a fire-resistance-rated assembly, fire test results or other substantiating data shall be made available to the building official to show that the required fire-resistance rating time period is not reduced.
   DELETE 722 - Fire Resistance assemblies without laboratory testing. (Amd. Ord. 5418, 7-1-19)
   IBC CHAPTER 8 - INTERIOR FINISHES - NO AMENDMENTS
   IBC CHAPTER 9 - FIRE PROTECTION AND LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS
61.   That Section 901.2 shall read as follows:
   901.2 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS: All fire protection systems required by this code shall be installed, repaired, operated and maintained in accordance with this code, the Fire Code and Village Codes and ordinances listed in Chapter 35. All required fire suppression and standpipe systems shall be provided with at least one (1) automatic supply of fire extinguishing agent of adequate pressure, capacity and reliability to perform the function intended.