§ 150.120  AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE.
IBC Section 101.1 Title
To read:
   These regulations shall be known as the Building Code of Will County, Illinois hereinafter referred to as "this code."
Section 101.2.1 Appendices
To read:
   Appendices A, B, G, and I are specifically adopted by Will County, Illinois and shall apply.
IBC Section 101.4.3 Plumbing
   Delete International Plumbing Code and insert to read: Illinois Plumbing Code.
   Delete International Private Sewage Disposal Code and insert to read: Will County Health Department
IBC Section 105.2 Work Exempt From Permit
   Delete Section One under "Building in its entirety."
   Delete Section Five under "Building in its entirety."
IBC Section 107 Submittal Documents
To read:
   All two-family residences, multifamily, condominiums, town homes, apartments, commercial and industrial documents shall be signed and sealed by a registered design professional and as required by the Chief Building Official.
IBC 108 Temporary Structures
Add:
   Shall be limited to one hundred eighty (180) consecutive days per year from date of issuance. Increments less than one hundred eighty (180) days shall not be permitted to be accrued toward the one hundred eighty (180) day period – following that period the temporary structures shall be removed from site.
IBC Section 109.6 Refunds
Delete existing sentence in its entirety.
Addition to read:
   Requests for fee refund shall be submitted in writing to the Board of Appeals and to the Land Use Director for consideration by the Will County Board.
IBC Section 201.3 Terms Defined In Other Codes
   Delete International Plumbing Code and insert to read: Illinois Plumbing Code.
IBC Section 406.4.1 Clear Height
   Delete ICC/A117.1 and insert to read: Illinois Accessibility Code 1997.
IBC Section 412.3.5 Accessibility
   Delete Chapter Eleven and insert to read: Illinois Accessibility Code 1997.
IBC Section 415.8.4 Dry Cleaning Plants
   Delete International Plumbing Code and insert to read: Illinois Plumbing Code.
IBC Section 717.3 Damper Testing, Ratings, and Accuation
   Commercial structures that require Fire and Smoke Damper installation shall have periodic inspections; inspections shall be conducted upon said units every four (4) years. Inspections shall certify compliance with International Building Code, Section 717. Inspections shall be conducted by individual(s) certified by the International Certification Board (ICB) and American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
IBC Section 717.5 Combustibles in Concealed Spaces In Type I and Type II Construction
   Delete International Plumbing Code and insert to read: Illinois Plumbing Code.
IBC Section 903.2.8 Group R Automatic Sprinkler System Requirement
   An Automatic Sprinkler System SHALL NOT be required when ALL of the following conditions are met:
   a.   The residential use shall occupy less than 40% of the gross floor area within the commercial structure/building. However, residential use shall not exceed 2000 square feet, or be less than 750 square feet. The residential use shall be fire separated by a UL Approved 2 hour rated wall assembly, and alarmed compliantly. Additionally, smoke and carbon monoxide detection equipment installation shall be required within the residential use.
   b.   Said residential use shall be constructed within the commercial building. The residential use shall be constructed entirely within the commercial building, and not adjacent to, or outside of the commercial building. The residential use shall not be considered compatible with any 'H' (High Hazard) use of its adjacent commercial space.
   c.   Residential use within the commercial structure shall be owner-occupied only and shall be restricted to the structure/building owner.
   d.   The residential use with automatic sprinkler system exemption is personal in nature. It shall not run with the land, and shall cease to exist (Sunset) upon sale, conveyance, or lease of the structure/building. Notification of exemption sunset shall be recorded upon the Deed, in the Recorder of Deeds Office.
   e.   When the nearest point of the structure/ building lies beyond 200 feet of a public water source.
IBC Section 903.3.5 Water Supplies
   Delete International Plumbing Code and insert to read: Illinois Plumbing Code.
IBC Section 1007
   Accessible Means of Egress shall comply with Illinois Accessibility Code 1997.
IBC Section 1010 Ramps
   Shall comply with Illinois Accessibility Code 1997.
IBC Section 1011.1
   Doors not used as means of egress shall be labeled "Not An Exit."
IBC Chapter Eleven – Accessibility
   Delete Chapter Eleven in its entirety and insert to read: all accessibility issues refer to Illinois Accessibility Code 1997.
IBC Section 1503.4 Roof Drainage
   Delete International Plumbing Code and insert to read: Illinois Plumbing Code.
IBC Section 1612.3 Establishment of Flood Hazard Areas
To read:
   The Flood Insurance Study for Will County dated April 15, 1982" including all revisions current.
IBC Section 1805.4.3 Drainage Discharge
   Delete International Plumbing Code and insert to read: Illinois Plumbing Code.
IBC Chapter 29 – Plumbing Systems
   Delete Chapter Twenty-Nine in its entirety and insert to read: all plumbing refer to Illinois Plumbing Code.
IBC Section 3003.2 Firefighter Emergency Operation
   All emergency elevator phones shall directly dial to the fire protection districts emergency number and conform to the Illinois Accessibility Code 1997.
IBC Section 3109
   IRC AG102 Definitions Revise definition to include Contains or is capable of containing water over twenty-four (24) inches deep and IBC 3109.2. Delete exception 109.4.
IBC Section 3305.1 Facilities Required
   Delete International Plumbing Code and insert to read: Illinois Plumbing Code.
IBC Section 3401.3 Compliance With Other Codes
   Delete International Plumbing Code, International Private Sewage Disposal Code, and ICC Electrical Code and insert to read: Illinois Plumbing Code and N.E.C. 2011.
IBC Section 3409.2.5 Accessibility Requirements
   Delete Chapter Eleven and insert to read: Illinois Accessibility Code 1997.
(Ord. 14-103, passed 5-15-2014; Am. Res. 15-40, passed 2-19-2015; Am. Ord. 18–115, passed 5-17-2018; Am. Ord. 18-116, passed 5-17-2018)