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(a) The chief school administrator shall assure that a new school facility, addition, or major renovation complies with applicable facility codes and regulations of the state and with those of the municipality in which the facility is located. The chief school administrator may meet the obligation by providing documentation from the appropriate state or municipal official that the facility, addition, or renovation complies with an applicable code or regulation. For purposes of this subsection, the applicable codes and regulations of the state with which facilities, additions, or renovations must comply are
(1) the Uniform Building Code, adopted by 13 AAC 50.020;
(2) the National Electrical Code, adopted by 8 AAC 70.025;
(3) the Uniform Plumbing Code, adopted by AS 18.60.705 (a);
(4) the Uniform Mechanical Code, adopted by 13 AAC 50.023;
(5) The ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, adopted by 8 AAC 80.010; and
(6) the Uniform Fire Code, adopted by 13 AAC 50.025.
(b) If the construction of a new school facility or addition or the making of a major renovation to a school facility affects navigable airspace, the chief school administrator shall assure that the new school facility, addition, or major renovation complies with regulations of the Federal Aviation Administration relating to Objects Affecting Navigable Airspace, as adopted by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities in regulations applicable to all state airport land leases and permits. The commissioner will, in the commissioner's discretion, require the chief school administrator to provide documentation from the appropriate official that the facility, addition, or renovation complies with this subsection.
History: Eff. 4/17/98, Register 146
Authority: AS 14.07.020 (a)(7)
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