2 Outline Before you start Critical building information drives requirements Access Requirements Access, aerial access, road design, remoteness, fire lanes, residential development Water Supply Requirements Hydrant placement, fire flow, fire department connections General Requirements Access during construction, clearance to landscaping Performance Alternatives Types of construction, level of sprinkler protection Odds & Ends Address identification, Lock box, undeveloped areas
3 Before you start Critical Building Information Occupancy Type (or proposed occupancy type) Construction Type Sprinklers Provided? NFPA 13 NFPA 13R NFPA 13D (one and two family dwellings) Total Building Square Footage Total Building Height
4 Access Requirements
5 Fire Department Access 150 feet within ALL portions of the building Measured as the hose lays on the ground Can be extended to 250 if the building is fully sprinklered Fire apparatus access roads shall be designed and maintained to support the imposed loads of fire apparatus and shall be of a continuous hard surface such as concrete, asphalt, rock, or other continuous hard surface material so as to provide all weather maintenance and driving capabilities. Grass pavers or similar type products that are not readily distinguishable as a road surface shall not be used.
7 Fire Department Access Roads City of Des Moines Fire Prevention Code Section Fire apparatus access roads shall have a minimum unobstructed width of 20 feet 26 feet where a hydrant is located on the access road.
8 Fire Apparatus Access Roads Vertical Clearance Delete Code Section: IFC Replace with the following language: Dimensions. Fire apparatus access roads shall have a minimum unobstructed width of not less than 20 feet (6096 mm), exclusive of shoulders, except for approved security gates in accordance with Section 503.6, and an unobstructed vertical clearance of not less than 14 feet (4268 mm).
9 Fire Department Access Roads - Loading D102.1 Access and loading. Facilities, buildings or portions of buildings hereafter constructed shall be accessible to fire department apparatus by way of an approved fire apparatus access road with an asphalt, concrete or other approved driving surface capable of supporting the imposed load of fire apparatus weighing at least 75,000 pounds ( kg).
10 Fire Department Access Roads Grade and Angles Grade. The grade of the fire apparatus access road shall be within the limits established by the fire code official based on the fire department s apparatus. D103.2 Grade. Fire apparatus access roads shall not exceed 10 percent in grade Angles of approach and departure. The angles of approach and departure for fire apparatus access roads shall be within the limits established by the fire code official based on the fire department s apparatus.
11 Access Road vs. Fire Lane Not every road is a fire lane, nor does it have to be Not every fire lane needs to be marked: D Roads 20 to 26 feet in width. Fire lane signs as specified in Section D103.6 shall be posted on both sides of fire apparatus access roads that are 20 to 26 feet wide. D Roads more than 26 feet in width. Fire lane signs as specified in Section D103.6 shall be posted on one side of fire apparatus access roads more than 26 feet wide and less than 32 feet wide.
12 Fire & Emergency Vehicle Lanes Add Code Section: IFC 511 Language: Section 511 Fire and Emergency Vehicle Lanes. Section General. Fire and emergency vehicle lanes shall be provided and maintained in accordance with section through 511.6, and referred to as fire lanes in this ordinance. Section Purpose. The requirement that Fire Lanes be established in certain parking areas and the enforcement of restrictions on parking in such Fire Lanes established in this Chapter are designed to ensure adequate access to commercial, office, multifamily, and other high density use facilities by fire-fighting and other emergency vehicles. Section Designation. The Fire Code Official may designate fire lanes on private and public property as deemed necessary for the protection of life and property.
13 Fire & Emergency Vehicle Lanes Section Obstruction. No person shall park or place a vehicle or other obstruction in a designated fire lane that would prevent such fire lane from being immediately accessible to emergency vehicles, or deter or hinder emergency vehicles from gaining immediate access to the fire lane. A written request to the jurisdictional Fire Code Official for temporary obstruction of a fire lane shall be submitted for approval. Section Signs and markings. Wherever a fire lane has been designated, the Code Official shall cause appropriate signs and markings to be placed identifying such fire lanes. Signs or markings shall be maintained in a clean and legible condition at all times and shall be replaced or repaired when necessary to provide adequate visibility. Fire lanes may be established or relocated at the time of plan review, preconstruction site inspection, and/or post construction site inspection, as well as any time during the life of the occupancy as needed to provide and maintain emergency vehicle access. All designated fire lanes shall be clearly marked in the following manner:
14 Fire & Emergency Vehicle Lanes (signs and markings) 1. Vertical curbs shall be painted red on the top and side, extending the length of the designated fire lane. Rolled curbs or surfaces without curbs shall have a red (6) inch wide stripe painted the length of the designated fire lane. One of the following identification lettering methods shall be utilized: A. The words NO PARKING FIRE LANE (Except for Emergency Vehicles) shall be stenciled with three (3) inch white letters and a minimum three quarter (¾) inch stroke on the face of the curbing, or in the absence of vertical curbing, on the red stripe, and spaced at fifty (50) foot intervals or portions thereof, or B. The pavement adjacent to the painted curbs shall be marked with minimum eighteen (18) inch in height block lettering with a minimum three (3) inch brush stroke reading: NO PARKING - FIRE LANE. Lettering shall be red and spaced at fifty (50) foot intervals or portions thereof
15 Fire & Emergency Vehicle Lanes (signs and markings) 2. Signage identifying fire lanes shall conform to the following: Fire lane signs shall be 18 inches tall x 12 inches wide with red letters on a white reflective background to read Fire Lane No Parking Except For Emergency Vehicles or similar verbiage as approved by the code official. Fire lane signs shall be placed 2-4 feet from the edge of the Fire Lane. The bottom of fire lane signs shall be between five (5) and seven (7) feet from the ground. Intermediate fire lane signs shall be set every one hundred (100) feet in a continuous fire lane. The BEGINS sign shall mark the beginning of a fire lane and shall be mounted below the first fire lane sign. The ENDS sign shall mark the ending of a fire lane and shall be mounted below the last fire lane sign. The BEGINS and ENDS signage may be omitted by the Code Official due to the location of the fire lane. Signs may be placed on a building when approved by the Fire Code Official.
16 Fire & Emergency Vehicle Lanes (example)
17 Fire Access Roads - Dead Ends Dead ends. Dead-end fire apparatus access roads in excess of 150 feet in length shall be provided with an approved area for turning around fire apparatus.
18 Fire Access Roads - Dead Ends
19 Secondary Access Requirements 3 Triggers for secondary access Single-Family Multi-family Commercial Remoteness: Where two fire apparatus access roads are required, they shall be placed a distance apart equal to not less than ½ the length of the maximum overall diagonal dimension of the lot or area to be served, measured in a straight line between accesses.
20 Residential Developments Single-Family >30 homes, unless sprinklered, then up to 60 Delete Code Section: IFC D107.1 Exception #2 Replace with the following language: 2. The number of dwelling units on a single fire apparatus access road shall not be increased unless alternative fire and life safety measures have been provided, as determined by the fire code official. When alternative fire and life safety measures have been implemented, at no time shall the number of dwelling units on a single fire apparatus access road exceed 60 units.
21 Residential Developments (example)
22 Multi-Family Multiple-family residential projects having more than 100 dwelling units shall be equipped throughout with two separate and approved fire apparatus access roads. Exception: Projects having up to 200 dwelling units may have a single approved fire apparatus access road when all buildings, including nonresidential occupancies, are equipped throughout with approved automatic sprinkler systems installed in accordance with Section or Multiple-family residential projects having more than 200 dwelling units shall be provided with two separate and approved fire apparatus access roads regardless of whether they are equipped with an approved automatic sprinkler system.
24 Commercial Secondary Access Buildings exceeding 62,000 sqft in area. Buildings or facilities having a gross building area of more than sqft shall be provided with 2 separate and approved apparatus access roads. Exception: Projects having a gross building area up to 124,000 sqft that have a single approved fire apparatus access road when all buildings are equipped throughout with approved automatic sprinkler systems. Remoteness: Where two fire apparatus access roads are required, they shall be placed a distance apart equal to not less than ½ the length of the maximum overall diagonal dimension of the lot or area to be served, measured in a straight line between accesses.
26 Aerial Access Roads Where the vertical distance between the grade plane and the highest roof surface exceeds 30 feet (9144 mm), approved aerial fire apparatus access roads shall be provided. For purposes of this section, the highest roof surface shall be determined by measurement to the eave of a pitched roof, the intersection of the roof to the exterior wall, or the top of parapet walls, whichever is greater. Aerial fire apparatus access roads shall have a minimum unobstructed width of 26 feet (7925 mm), exclusive of shoulders, in the immediate vicinity of the building or portion thereof. At least one of the required access routes meeting this condition shall be located within a minimum of 15 feet (4572 mm) and a maximum of 30 feet (9144 mm) from the building, and shall be positioned parallel to ¼ of the perimeter of the building. D105.1 (Modified by CICC to accommodate reasonable development.)
27 Aerial Access Roads Delete Code Section: IFC D105.3 Replace with the following language: D105.3 Proximity to building. At least one of the required access routes meeting this condition shall be positioned along a total of ¼ of the building perimeter and located within the minimum and a maximum dictated by the table below, Table D The arrangement of the aerial fire apparatus access road shall be approved by the fire code official and may be discontinuous with approval. Building Height (ft) Distance from Building (ft) Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum N/A 15 30
28 Water Supply Requirements
29 Hydrant Layout IFC Section ; where a portion of the facility or building hereafter constructed or moved into or within the jurisdiction is more than 400 feet from a hydrant on a fire apparatus access road, as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the facility or building, on-site fire hydrants and mains shall be provided (Exception: R-3, U & sprinklered buildings shall be 600 ft).
30 Fire Hydrants Near FDCs Delete Code Section: IFC Replace with the following language: Hydrant for fire department connections. Buildings equipped with a fire department connection installed in accordance with Section 912 shall have a fire hydrant located on a fire access road within 100 feet (30 m) of the fire department connection as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the building. Exception: The distance shall be permitted to exceed 100 feet (30 m) where approved by the fire code official.
31 Clear Space Around Fire Hydrants Delete Code Section: IFC Replace with the following language: Clear space around hydrants. A 5-foot (1524 mm) horizontal clear space shall be maintained around the circumference of fire hydrants, as measured from the center-point of the hydrant, except as otherwise required or approved.
32 Fire Hydrant Installation Insert New Code Section: IFC Insert the following language: Fire Hydrant Installation. Fire hydrants shall be installed with the grade mark on the fire hydrant at the level of finished grade. The large diameter connection shall be installed such that the connection is oriented facing the fire department access road.
33 Water Supply Fire Flow Requirements Required water supply. An approved water supply capable of supplying the required fire flow for fire protection shall be provided to premises upon which facilities, buildings or portions of buildings are hereafter constructed or moved into or within the jurisdiction. Fire-flow when sprinklers are present: B105.3 Water supply for buildings equipped with an automatic sprinkler system. For buildings equipped with an approved automatic sprinkler system, the water supply shall be capable of providing the greater of: 1. The automatic sprinkler system demand, including hose stream allowance. 2. The required fire-flow.
34 How is fire-flow determined? SECTION B105 FIRE-FLOW REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDINGS B105.1 One- and two-family dwellings, Group R-3 and R- 4 buildings and townhouses. The minimum fire-flow and flow duration requirements for oneand two-family dwellings, Group R-3 and R-4 buildings and townhouses shall be as specified in Tables B105.1(1) and B105.1(2). B105.2 Buildings other than one- and two-family dwellings, Group R-3 and R-4 buildings and townhouses. The minimum fire-flow and flow duration for buildings other than one- and two-family dwellings, Group R-3 and R-4 buildings and townhouses shall be as specified in Tables B105.2 and B105.1(2).
37 Benefit for Sprinklers Required fire flow can be reduced based on the presence of sprinklers. Need to use Table B105.2 to determine the required fire flow. This must be compared to the fire flow per B105.3 to confirm actual required fire flow.
38 Example: Fire Flow for Townhomes 5 row homes (townhomes) 2,200 ft² each 11,000 ft² total building area Wood frame (type V-b construction) Non-sprinklered Vs Sprinklered
39 Example: Fire Flow for Commercial Building Commercial office building 45,000 ft² total building area Non-sprinklered Wood frame (Type V-B construction) Vs Type II A
40 Example: Fire Flow for Commercial Building Commercial office building 45,000 ft² total building area Sprinklered NFPA 13 Wood frame (Type V-B construction) Vs Type II A 3,000 gpm *.25 = 750 gpm (but can t be lower than 1,000 gpm - footnote a) for 3 hours 5,750 gpm *.25 = 1440 gpm for 4 hours
41 Performance Alternatives Type of Construction Non-combustible construction when wood frame is allowed Sprinkler Protection NFPA 13 when NFPA 13R is required Access limitations Aerial access limitations
42 Example of An Alternative Design Multi-building lot A skywalk node A multi-purpose commercial building Restaurant 1 st floor (A-2) Office (B) 2 nd & 3 rd floors 5-6 story residential Two buildings will exceed 30 and require aerial access Lot is intended to be divided to allow buildings to be owned and financed separately. There is an elevation change North to South on the lot that prevents through access on the site.
44 Alternative Design Discussion Unable to meet the Aerial Access Requirements No inter-site aerial access Alternative Design All buildings on the site non-combustible construction Potentially the 3 Story commercial could have been combustible construction Potentially the residential building could have been Podium style construction NFPA 13 sprinkler systems Potential for unsprinklered 3-story Potential for 13R sprinkler system in the Residential occupancy
45 Odds & Ends
46 Odds & Ends Address Identification Undeveloped areas hydrants per Appendix C Adding on to an Existing Building Tanks and Impact protection High-Rise Specific Requirements Using Autoturn to Verify Access during construction Phased projects (temporary turn-arounds)
47 Address Identification Delete Code Section: IFC Replace with the following language: Address identification. New and existing buildings shall have approved address numbers, building numbers or approved building identification placed in a position that is plainly legible and visible from the street or road fronting the property. These numbers shall be black or white and shall contrast with their background. Where required by the fire code official, address numbers shall be provided in greater dimension or additional approved locations to facilitate emergency response. Address numbers shall be Arabic numbers or alphabetical letters. Numbers and letters shall be a minimum height and a minimum stroke width as dictated by Table Where access is by means of a private road and the building cannot be viewed from the public way, a monument, pole or other sign or means shall be used to identify the structure. Address numbers shall be maintained.
48 Address Identification Table Minimum Height and Stroke Widthᵃ ᵇ Distance from the centerline of the Public Way (ft) Minimum Height (in) Minimum Stroke Width (in) Less than / / For each additional 100 Increase 2 Increase 1/2 ᵃ Exterior suite identification, minimum height shall be 4 inches and stroke width shall be ½ inch. ᵇ Interior suite identification, minimum height shall be 2 inches and stroke width shall be ¼ inch.
49 Additions to Existing Buildings All additions must meet access, hydrant, and other IFC site plan requirements. Additionally, when possible, existing nonconforming situations should be remedied, alleviated, or improved. At a minimum the addition must not make an existing nonconforming situation worse vis-à-vis access. Additions of sprinklers to existing buildings may not trigger the requirement for the FDC to be located within 100 of a hydrant.
51 Impact Protection Posts. Guard posts shall comply with all of the following requirements: 1. Constructed of steel not less than 4 inches (102 mm) in diameter and concrete filled. 2. Spaced not more than 4 feet (1219 mm) between posts on center. 3. Set not less than 3 feet (914 mm) deep in a concrete footing of not less than a 15-inch (381 mm) diameter. 4. Set with the top of the posts not less than 3 feet (914 mm) above ground. 5. Located not less than 3 feet (914 mm) from the protected object.
53 High-Rise Specific Requirements Redundant FDC Redundant Water Supply
54 Using Autoturn to Verify The template to use for DMFD apparatus is available on our website: ts/fire/pdf/apparatus%20specific ations%20for%20auto%20turn.pdf
56 Access During Construction Insert New Code Section: IFC Section Language: Section Construction Site Access. Approved fire apparatus access roads shall be provided for every facility, building or portion of a building as soon as construction commences. The fire apparatus access road shall comply with the requirements of Section and this section and shall extend to within 100 feet ( mm) of all portions of the facility and all portions of the exterior walls of the first story of the building as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the building or facility. Exception: The fire code official is authorized to increase the dimension of 100 feet ( mm) where: 1. The building is equipped throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system that is fully functional and installed in accordance with Section , or Fire apparatus access roads cannot be installed because of location on property, topography, waterways, nonnegotiable grades or other similar conditions, and an approved alternative means of fire protection is provided.
57 Phased Projects If a dead-end is created (beyond 150 feet) then a turn-around is required Even if future connection will allow for a through access
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