ABU DHABI BUILDING CODE PDF
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Items 1 - 26 BuildingCodeGuide-Englishv - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), This Abu Dhabi Building Codes Guide, is designed to meet the needs of the. For the detailed code provisions, pleaserefer to the actual code books or the soft copy provided with this handbook:The Abu Dhabi International Building Code. The voluntary implementation of the Abu Dhabi International Building Codes on the governmental projects for a period of one year begins.
To obtain a permit, the applicant shall first file an application therefore in writing on a form furnished by the Authority Having Jurisdiction for that purpose. Every such application shall: 3 18 Identify and describe the work to be covered by the permit for which application is made Describe the land upon 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 Indicate the use or occupancy for which the proposed work is intended Be accompanied by plans, diagrams, computations, and other data as required in Section Be signed by the permittee or the permittee s authorized agent, who may be required to submit evidence to indicate such authority Give such other data and information as may be required by the Authority Having Jurisdiction Plans and Specifications.
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Plans, engineering calculations, diagrams, and other data shall be submitted in one or more sets with each application for a permit. Exception: The Authority Having Jurisdiction shall be permitted to waive the submission of plans, calculations, or other data if the Authority Having Jurisdiction finds that the nature of the work applied for is such that reviewing of plans is not necessary to obtain compliance within the code Information on Plans and Specifications.
Plans and specifications shall be drawn to scale upon substantial paper or cloth and 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 Permit Issuance Issuance.
The application, plans, and specifications and other data filed by an applicant for a permit shall be reviewed by the Authority Having Jurisdiction. Such plans shall be permitted to be reviewed by other departments of this jurisdiction to verify compliance with applicable laws under their jurisdiction.
Such approved plans and specifications shall not be changed, modified, or altered without authorization from the Authority Having Jurisdiction, and work shall be done in accordance with approved plans. The Authority Having Jurisdiction shall be permitted to issue a permit for the construction of a part of a plumbing system before the entire plans and specifications for the whole system have been submitted or approved, provided adequate information and detailed statements have been filed complying with pertinent requirements of this code.
The holder of such permit may proceed at the holder s risk without assurance that the permit for the entire building, structure, or plumbing system will be granted Retention of Plans. One set of approved plans, specifications, and computations shall be retained by the Authority Having Jurisdiction until final approval of the work covered therein.
One set of approved plans and specifications shall be returned to the applicant, and said set shall be kept on the site of the building or work at times during which the work authorized thereby is in progress Validity of Permit. The issuance of a permit or approval of plans and specifications shall not be construed to be a permit for, or an approval of, any violation of any of the provisions of this code or of any other ordinance of the jurisdiction. No permit presuming to give authority to violate or cancel the provisions of this code shall be valid.
The issuance of a permit based upon plans, specifications, or other data shall not prevent the Authority Having Jurisdiction from thereafter requiring the correction of errors in said plans, specifications, and other data or from preventing building operations being carried on thereunder when in violation of this code or of other ordinances of this jurisdiction Expiration. Before such work can be recommenced, a new permit shall first be obtained to do so, and the fee therefore shall be one-half the amount required for a new permit for such work, provided no changes have been made or will be made in the original plans and specifications for such work, and provided further that such suspensions or abandonment has not exceeded 1 year.
Any permittee holding an unexpired permit shall be permitted to apply for an extension of the time within which work shall be permitted to commence under that permit when the permittee is unable to commence work within the time required by this section for good and satisfactory reasons. The Authority Having Jurisdiction shall be permitted to extend the time for action by the permittee for a period not exceeding days upon written request by the permittee showing that circumstances beyond the control of the permittee have prevented action from being taken.
No permit shall be extended more than once. In order to renew action on a permit after expiration, the permittee shall pay a new full permit fee Suspension or Revocation.
The Authority Having Jurisdiction shall be permitted to, in writing, suspend or revoke a permit issued under the provisions of this code whenever the permit is issued in error or on the basis of incorrect information supplied or in violation of other ordinance or regulation of the jurisdiction Fees Permit Fees.
Fees shall be assessed in accordance with the provisions of this section and as set forth by the Authority Having Jurisdiction.
Environmental Impact Assessment fees for desalination plants shall be in accordance with the provisions set forth by the Authority Having Jurisdiction Plan Review Fees. When a plan or other data is required to be submitted by Section , a plan review fee shall be paid at the time of submitting plans and specifications for review. The plan review fees for plumbing work shall be determined and adopted by this jurisdiction. The plan review fees specified in this subsection are separate fees from the permit fees specified in this section and are in addition to the permit fees.
When plans are incomplete or changed so as to require additional review, a fee shall be charged by the Authority Having Jurisdiction Expiration of Plan Review. Applications for which no permit is issued within days following the date of application shall expire by limitation, and plans and other data submitted for review may thereafter be returned to the applicant or destroyed by the Authority Having Jurisdiction.
The Authority Having Jurisdiction shall be permitted to exceed the time for action by the applicant for a period not to exceed days upon request by the applicant showing that circumstances beyond the control of the applicant have prevented action from being taken. No application shall be extended more than once. In order to renew action on an application after expiration, the applicant shall resubmit plans and pay a new plan review fee Investigation Fees: Work Without a Permit Whenever any work for which a permit is required by this code has been commenced without first obtaining said permit, a special investigation shall be made before a permit may be issued for such work An investigation fee, in addition to the permit fee, shall be collected whether or not a permit is then or subsequently issued.
The investigation fee shall be equal to the amount of the permit fee that would be required by this code if a permit were to be issued. The payment of such investigation fee shall not exempt any person from compliance with other provisions of this code, nor from any penalty prescribed by law Fee Refunds The Authority Having Jurisdiction shall be permitted to authorize the refunding of any fee paid hereunder that was erroneously paid or collected The Authority Having Jurisdiction shall be permitted to authorize the refunding of not more than a percentage, as determined by this jurisdiction when no work has been done under a permit issued in accordance with this code The Authority Having Jurisdiction shall not authorize the refunding of any fee paid except upon written application filed by the original permittee not later than days after the date of fee payment.
Plumbing systems for which a permit is required by this code shall be inspected by the Authority Having Jurisdiction. No portion of any plumbing system shall be concealed until inspected and approved. Neither the Authority Having Jurisdiction nor the jurisdiction shall be liable for expense entailed in the removal or replacement of material required to permit inspection. When the installation of a plumbing system is complete, an additional and final inspection shall be made.
Plumbing systems regulated by this code shall not be connected to the water, the energy fuel supply, or the sewer system until authorized by the Authority Having Jurisdiction Inspection.
No water supply system or portion thereof shall be covered or concealed until it first has been tested, inspected, and approved Scope. New plumbing work and such portions of existing systems as may be affected by new work, or any changes, shall be inspected by the Authority Having Jurisdiction to ensure compliance with the requirements of this code and to ensure that the installation and construction of the plumbing system is in accordance with approved plans Covering or Using.
It addresses all portionsof the egress system i. Functional and operational characteristicsalso are specified for the componentsthat will permit their safe use withoutspecial knowledge or effort. The meansof egress protection requirements workin coordination with other sections of thecode, such as protection of vertical openings see Chapter 7 , interior finish see Chapter8 , fire suppression and detection systems see Chapter 9 and numerous others, allhaving an impact on life safety.
There are many accessibility issues that notonly benefit people with disabilities, butalso provide a tangible benefit to peopleChapter 11 ContentsSection Subject Section Subjectwithout disabilities. This type of requirementcan be set forth in the code as generallyapplicable without necessarily identifyingit specifically as an accessibility-relatedissue.
Accessibility criteria for existing buildingsare addressed in Section The fundamental philosophyof the code on the subject of accessibility isthat everything is required to be accessible.
This is reflected in the basic applicabilityrequirement see Section The standards address the minimum sizesof spaces, minimum temperature levels,and minimum light and ventilation levels. The collection of requirements addressesChapter 12 ContentsSection Subject Section Subjectlimiting sound transmission through walls,ventilation of attic spaces and under floorspaces crawl spaces.
Finally, the chapterprovides minimum standards for walls,partitions and floors to resist water intrusionand damage in rooms such as toilet andshower facilities, where water is frequentlyin use.
The requirements are directedtoward the design of building envelopeswith adequate thermal resistance and lowair leakage, and toward the design andselection of mechanical, water heating,electrical and illumination systems thatpromote effective use of depletableenergy resources. Chapter 14 Exterior WallsThis chapter addresses requirementsfor exterior walls of buildings.
Minimumstandards for wall covering materials,installation of wall coverings and the abilityof the wall to provide weather protectionare provided. This chapter also requiresexterior walls that are close to plot lines, orthat are bearing walls for certain types ofconstruction, to comply with the minimumfire-resistance ratings specified in ChaptersChapter 14 ContentsSection Subject Section Subject6 and 7. The installation of each type of wallcovering, be it wood, masonry, vinyl, metalcomposite material or an exterior insulationand finish system, is critical to its long-termperformance in protecting the interior ofthe building from the elements and thespread of fire.
Special attention to the useof combustible materials on the exterior ofthe building such as balconies, eaves, decksand architectural trim is the focus of Section The criteria address roof construction andcovering which includes the weatherprotectivebarrier at the roof and, in mostcircumstances, a fire-resistant barrier.
Thechapter is prescriptive in nature and is basedon decades of experience with varioustraditional materials. These prescriptiverules are very important for satisfyingperformance of one type of roof coveringor another. Section addresses rooftopstructures including penthouses, tanks,towers and spires. Rooftop penthouseslarger than prescribed in this chapter mustbe treated as a story under Chapter 5.
It includes minimumdesign loads, as well as permitted designmethodologies. Standards are provided forminimum design loads live, dead, snow,wind, rain, flood and earthquake as well asload combinations. The application of theseloads and adherence to the serviceabilityChapter 16 ContentsSection Subject Section Subjectcriteria will enhance the protection of lifeand property. The chapter references andrelies on many nationally recognized designstandards.
Structural design needs to addressthe conditions of the site and location. Therefore maps of rainfall, seismic, snowand wind criteria in different regions areprovided. This chapter expandson the requirements of Chapter 1 regardingthe roles and responsibilities of the buildingofficial regarding approval of buildingcomponents. It also provides additionalduties and responsibilities for the owner,Chapter 17 ContentsSection Subject Section Subjectcontractor, design professionals and specialinspectors.
Proper assembly of structuralcomponents, proper quality of materialsused, and proper application of materials areessential to ensuring that a building, onceconstructed, complies with the structuraland fire-resistance minimums of the codeand the approved design.
To determinethis compliance often requires continuousor frequent inspection and testing. Chapter17 establishes these special inspection andtesting standards as well as reporting of thework to the building official. Itprovides criteria for the geotechnical andstructural considerations in the selectionand installation of adequate support forthe loads transferred from the structureabove. The uncertainties of foundationconstruction make it extremely difficultto address every potential failure withinthe text of the code.
The chapter includesrequirements for soils investigation andsite preparation for receiving a foundation In-situ Load Test Preconstruction Load Tests Material and test Standardsincluding the allowed load-bearing valuesfor soils and for protecting the foundationfrom water intrusion.
Section addresses the basic requirements for allfoundation types. Later sections addressfoundation requirements that are specific toshallow foundations and deep foundations. Due care must be exercised in the planningand design of foundation systems based onobtaining sufficient soils information, theuse of accepted engineering procedures,experience and good technical judgment.
Thechapter also includes references to additionalstandards. Structural concrete must bedesigned and constructed to comply withthis code and all listed standards.
There arespecific sections of the chapter addressingconcrete slabs, anchorage to concrete,shotcrete, reinforced gypsum concreteand concrete-filled pipe columns.
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Becauseof the variable properties of material andChapter 19 ContentsSection Subject Section Subjectnumerous design and construction optionsavailable in the uses of concrete, due careand control throughout the constructionprocess is necessary. Onlythe structural applications of aluminum areaddressed.
The chapter does not addressthe use of aluminum in specialty productssuch as storefront or window framing orarchitectural hardware. The use of aluminumin heating, ventilating or air-conditioningChapter 20 ContentsSectionSubject General MaterialsChapter 21 MasonryThis chapter provides comprehensiveand practical requirements for masonryconstruction. The provisions of Chapter 21require minimum accepted practices andthe use of standards for the design andconstruction of masonry structures.
Theprovisions address: material specificationsand test methods; types of wall construction;criteria for engineered and empiricaldesigns; required details of constructionChapter 21 ContentsSection Subject Section Subjectsystems is addressed in the Abu DhabiInternational Mechanical Code ADIMC. By utilizing thestandards set forth, a proper application ofthis material can be obtained.
Masonry design methodologies includingallowable stress design, strength designand empirical design are covered byprovisions of the chapter.
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Also addressedare masonry fireplaces and chimneys,masonry heaters and glass unit masonry. Fire-resistant construction using masonryis also required to comply with Chapter 7. Masonry foundations are also subject to therequirements of Chapter It also providesa road map of the applicable technicalrequirements for steel structures.
Steelis a noncombustible building materialcommonly associated with Types I and IIconstruction; however, it is permitted to beused in all types of construction. The coderequires that materials used in the designof structural steel members conform todesignated national standards.
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Chapter 24 Glass and GlazingThis chapter establishes regulations for glassand glazing used in buildings and structuresthat, when installed, are subjected to wind,snow and dead loads. Engineering anddesign requirements are included in thechapter. Additional structural requirementsare found in Chapter A second concernof this chapter is glass and glazing used inareas where it is likely to have an impacton the occupants.
Section identifieshazardous locations where glazinginstalled must either be safety glazing orblocked to prevent human impact. Safetyglazing must meet stringent standardsand be appropriately marked or identified. Additional standards for glass and glazingin guards, handrails, elevator hoistways andelevator cars, and in athletic facilities areprovided.
Therefore, in the event of using wood in theconstruction of any building, the originalChapter 23 of IBC shall be used.
These represent themost common interior and exterior finishmaterials in the building industry. Thischapter primarily addresses quality-controlrelatedissues with regard to materialspecifications and installation requirements.
The buildingofficial or inspector primarily needs toverify that the appropriate product is usedand properly installed for the intendeduse and location. While often simplyused as wall and ceiling coverings, properdesign and application are necessary toprovide weather resistance and requiredfire protection for both structural andnonstructural building components.
This chapter provides standards addressingfoam plastic insulation, foam plastics usedas interior finish and trim, and other plasticveneers used on the inside or outside ofa building. Plastic siding is regulated byChapter Sections through address the use of light-transmitting plasticsin various configurations such as walls,roof panels, skylights, signs and as glazing.
Requirements for the use of fiber reinforcedpolymers, fiberglass reinforced polymersand reflective plastic core insulation arealso contained in this chapter. Someplastics exhibit rapid flame spread andheavy smoke density characteristics whenexposed to fire. Additionally, exposureto the heat generated by a fire can causesome plastics to deform, which can affecttheir performance.
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Design Response Spectrum Anchorage of Walls B Chapter 18 Soils and Foundations B Chapter 19 Concrete B xvi B Masonry no amendments B Steel no amendments B Wood B Gypsum Board and Plaster no amendments B Plastic B Mechanical Systems no amendments B Plumbing Systems no amendments B Elevators and Conveying Systems no amendments B xvii Chapter 31 Special Construction B Existing Buildings B Chapter 35 Referenced Standards no amendments B Appendix A Employee Qualifications not adopted B xviii Appendix B Board of Appeals not adopted B Appendix D Fire Districts not adopted B Appendix F Rodent Proofing no amendments B Section G B G B Appendix H Signs B Section H B Appendix I Patio Covers no amendments B Appendix J Section J B xix Appendix K Administrative Provisions not adopted F-1 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Scope and Administration F-3 Section New Definitions F-3 Chapter 3 General Requirements F-4 Section F-4 F-5 Fire Service Features F-5 Section F-5 F-6 F-7 xx F-7 Fire flow F-7 Fire hydrant systems F-8 Emergency responder radio coverage in buildings F-8 Building Services and Systems F-8 Section F-8 F-9 F-9 Fire Protection Systems F-9 Section F F Chapter 10 Means of Egress F Section Table F Chapter 11 Aviation Facilities F xxi Section F Combustible Dust-Producing Operations no amendments F Flammable Finishes no amendments F Fruit and Crop Ripening no amendments F Fumigation and Thermal Insecticidal Fogging no amendments F Semiconductor Fabrication Facilities no amendments F Lumber Yards and Woodworking Facilities F Industrial Ovens no amendments F High Piled Combustible Storage no amendments F Tire Rebuilding and Tire Storage F Section F Aerosols no amendments F Combustible Fibers no amendments F Compressed Gases no amendments F Corrosive Materials no amendments F Cryogenic Fluids no amendments F Explosives and Fireworks F Chapter 34 Flammable and Combustible Liquids F xxiii Section F Highly Toxic and Toxic Materials no amendments F Liquefied petroleum Gases F Chapter 39 Chapter 40 Organic Peroxides no amendments F Pyrophoric Materials no amendments F Pyroxylin Cellulose Nitrate Plastics no amendments F Unstable Reactive Materials no amendments F Water-Reactive Solids and Liquids no amendments F Marinas F Chapter 47 Referenced Standards no amendments F Appendix A Board of Appeals not adopted F Section B F Section DAny permittee holding an unexpired permit shall be permitted to apply for an extension of the time within which work shall be permitted to commence under that permit when the permittee is unable to commence work within the time required by this section for good and satisfactory reasons.
Ahmed Mohammed Al Shareef, Undersecretary, Department of Municipal Affairs, said, "These Codes unify construction practices across the emirate to create better, safer, greener buildings that are more cost-effective and durable, and that are built to even higher health and safety standards, and the formal adoption comes from the keenness of our government on enhancing the standard and best practice in the construction sector and to promote the principles of governance and transparency in this sector.
M-5 Duct Systems no amendments B Figure Basic Wind Speed It shall be the duty of the person doing the work authorized by the permit to notify the Authority Having Jurisdiction, orally or in writing, that said work is ready for inspection.
When plans are incomplete or changed so as to require additional review, a fee shall be charged by the Authority Having Jurisdiction Expiration of Plan Review. The standards address the minimum sizesof spaces, minimum temperature levels,and minimum light and ventilation levels.
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