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Chapter 9 Masonry

comply with the requirements of this section, depending on the classification of building or structure or nature of occupancy, as defined in this code (see Table 1604.5 or Section 1616.2).

1708.1.1 Empirically designed masonry and glass unit masonry in nonessential facilities. For masonry designed by Section 2109 or 2110, or by Chapter 5 or 7 of ACI 530/ASCE 5/TMS 402, in nonessential facilities (see Table 1604.5 or Section 1616.2), certificates of compliance used in masonry construction shall be verified prior to construction.

1708.1.2 Empirically designed masonry and glass unit masonry in essential facilities. The minimum testing and verification prior to construction for masonry designed by Section 2109 or 2110, or by Chapter 5 or 7 of ACI 530/ASCE 5/TMS 402, in essential facilities (see Table 1604.5 or Section

    • 1616.2)

      shall comply with the requirements of Table 1708.1.2, Level 1 Quality Assurance.

      • 1708.1.3

        Engineered masonry in nonessential facilities.

The minimum testing and verification prior to construction for masonry designed by Section 2107 or 2108, or by chapters other than Chapter 5, 6 or 7 of ACI 530/ASCE 5/TMS 402, in nonessential facilities (see Table 1604.5 or Section 1616.2) shall comply with Table 1708.1.2. Level 1 Quality Assurance.

1708.1.4 Engineered masonry in essential facilities. The minimum testing and verification prior to construction for masonry designed by Section 2107 or 2108, or by chapters other than Chapter 5, 6 or 7 of ACI 530/ASCE 5/TMS 402, in essential facilities (see Table 1604.5 or Section 1616.2) shall comply with Table 1708.1.4, Level 2 Quality Assurance.

TABLE 1708.1.2 LEVEL 1 QUALITY ASSURANCE

MINIMUM TESTS AND SUBMITTALS Certificates of compliance used in masonry construction.

Verifications of f’m prior to construction, except where specifically exempted by the NC building code.

TABLE 1708.1.4 LEVEL 2 QUALITY ASSURANCE

MINIMUM TESTS AND SUBMITTALS Certificates of compliance used in masonry construction.

Verifications of f’m prior to construction and every 5000 square feet during construction.

Verification of proportions of materials in mortar and grout as delivered to the site.

SICC-906 COMPLETION OF MASONRY CONSTRUCTION

Upon completion of masonry special inspections, the SIER shall submit a completion letter to CCBSD. The SIER shall also indicate the date of completion on the final report of special inspections for all masonry construction.

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