ALL of the model codes listed have been adopted with state amendments. Follow the links provided on this page to view or download state regulations describing the modifications. Information on this website is provided as a courtesy only and is not intended to replace official sources, such as applicable state registers.
Minnesota state building code is the standard that applies statewide for the construction, reconstruction, alteration, and repair of buildings and other structures of the type governed by the code.
New Jersey Uniform Construction Code (NJUCC) is Chapter 23 of Title 5 of the NJ Administrative Code.
Refer to SBC-1 101.4.6 and other sections regarding applicability of International Fire Code provisions. Any conflicts between the State Building Codes and the State Fire Safety Codes must be resolved in favor of the stricter standard.