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Modular Homes Hawaii Modular Homes Building Codes

Below you can find links to Modular Home Building Codes and Building Authorities for the state of Hawaii.

Additional Resources

• Hawaii has very minimal state-wide Modular Homes Building Codes. Codes are adopted and enforced by each specific county.

Hawaii Modular Homes Building Codes

Code Type Code Model Amendment Contact
Building/Dwelling Code None N/A
Structural Code None N/A
Plumbing Code None N/A
Mechanical Code Administrative Rules Title 11, Chapter 39, Air Conditioning & Ventilating (808) 586-4701
  Applies to all public buildings
Electrical Code None N/A
Fire/Life Safety Code 1988 UFC with 1989 and 1990 supplements (State Model Fire Code) Bookstore,
(808) 523-4780
  Applies to all buildings except single family dwellings. Adoption at the local level is voluntary.
Accessibility Code ADAAG No amendments
  Applies as a mandatory minimum to public buildings and facilities
Energy Code ASHRAE 90.1 (Hawaii Model Energy Code) Dept. of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism; Energy, Resources, and Technology Division, (808) 586-2423
  Mandatory for state-owned buildings
Gas Code NFPA 54, 1988 (State Model Fire Code) Bookstore, (808) 523-4780
  Elective for all buildings
Public Health Code Hawaii Department of Health, Administrative Rules, Title 11 Online

Hawaii Building Authorities (BA)

Building Authorities are those government officials who are the final authority on questions in a particular area (or jurisdiction).
Functional Area Contact
Mechanical Sanitation Branch
Phone: (808) 586-8000
Fax: (808) 586-4729
Accessibility Access Coordinator, Architectural Access Committee
Phone: (808) 586-8128
Fax: (808) 586-8219
Energy DBEDT
Phone: (808) 587-2423
Fax: (808) 587-2790
Environmental Department of Land & Natural Resources
Health Department Hawaii Department of Health
Fire Marshal State Fire Council
Phone: (808) 831-7771
Transportation Dept. of Transportation
Boiler Inspector Boiler/Elevator Inspection, HI OSHA Div.
Phone: (808) 586-9141
Fax: (808) 586-9104
Elevator Inspector Boiler/Elevator Inspection, HI OSHA Div.
Phone: (808) 586-9141
Fax: (808) 586-9104

Hawaii Municipalities

Modular Home Building Codes are also available for the following municipalities within Hawaii:


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