Reply to "SOS! SoCal RCFE Means of egress"

Jim, you seem to have some experience in socal rcfe's.
Thanks for making it clear that a plan review needs to be written and not just "I've told you a few times already" comments that is happening now.
The only thing that stopped me from starting the construction is the thought that he'll change his statement come the final inspection and deny the clearance.
 
I will be searching for that fire marshall in charge of the county.
 
 
Originally Posted by Jim Fruit:

This is not a typical requirement in RCFE's (CA only btw). Verbal only doesn't make the cut; you need to get the commentary in writing. Work your way up the food chain in the dept if you don't get your plan review in a written format.

Code interpretations are the authority of the "Fire Marshal"; there must be a roster or website or City/Count Clerk listing that identifies the person having the fire marshal responsibilities. Find the Fire Marshal and get an interpretation on your issue as the "local" inspector generally does not have final interpretive authority.

 

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