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The general duties of the building inspection supervisor are to inspect all buildings and structures erected in or moved into any territorial jurisdiction of the city; to inspect all additions, alterations, repairs, and changes of use or occupancy in all such buildings and structures; to enforce the applicable provisions of the Building Safety Administrative Code of the city and the applicable regulations of the building safety division; to enforce the provisions of the building code of the city and, with respect thereto, to inspect the installation of and approve or condemn all buildings or structures within the jurisdiction of the city, control types and classes of material and the method, manner and workmanship for the construction and repair of buildings and structures, approve or disapprove the use of building materials or devices, inspect public and private premises for violations of the provisions of this chapter 6 and of such other portions of the Tucson Code as the building safety administrator may direct, give notice of defects in construction and repair, alterations or changes of buildings and structures, receive applications for issuing permits or building construction repairs, alterations or changes, collect and account for fees, examine and approve plans and specifications for proposed building construction, repairs, alterations or changes and advise on necessary changes in such plans and specifications, certify to compliance with plans and specifications on building work, make such reports as shall be required from time to time by the building safety administrator, and make any recommendations to the building safety administrator which the building inspection supervisor may deem practical and desirable.
(Ord. No. 5531, § 2, 3-22-82)