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

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Maine will adopt the 2009 versions of the IECC, IBC, IRC, IEBC, and ASHRAE 90.1 as the mandatory building code standards for residential and commercial buildings statewide. Beginning July 1, 2010. The Maine Uniform Building and Energy Code must be enforced in municipalities that have more than 2,000 residents and that have adopted any building code by August 1, 2008. Beginning July 1, 2012, the Maine Uniform Building and Energy Code must be enforced in municipalities that have more than 2,000 residents and that have not adopted any building code by August 1, 2008. Communities smaller than 2,000 residents are exempt.

Maine Modular Homes Building Codes

Code Type Code Model Amendment Contact
Building/Dwelling Code IBC 2003 N/A
Structural Code IBC 2003 N/A
Plumbing Code Maine State International Plumbing Code (UPC 2000) Online through IAPMO.
Electrical Code NEC 2002 NFPA #70 Online for download.
Fire/Life Safety Code NFPA 101, 1997 No amendments
Accessibility Code ADAAG No amendments
Elevator Code ASHE A.17.1, 2000 Addenda A17.1.a, 2002 No amendments
Gas Code NFPA 54, 2002 (Code of Maine Rules 02-582) Online for download
Boiler Code ASME BPC, Section 1-11 (1998,1999)
  Power piping, B31.1, 1998, 1999 adds., NBIC, 1998, 1999

Maine 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
Plumbing Senior Inspector, Plumbers' Examining Board
Phone: (207) 624-8639
Electrical Senior Inspector, Electricians' Examining Board
Phone: (207) 624-8640
Accessibility Supervisor, Engineering Section, Dept. of Public S
Phone: (207) 624-8744
Fax: (207) 624-8767
Fire Marshal State Fire Marshal
Phone: (207) 626-3870
Fax: (207) 287-6251
Boiler Inspector Board of Boiler Rules
Phone: (207) 624-8605
Elevator Inspector Board of Elevator & Tramway Safety
Phone: (207) 624-8605

Maine Municipalities

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


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