§ 1106-1-R. Registered Building Construction Contractor  


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  • "Registered Building Construction Contractor" shall mean:

    (a) Any person that functions either on the behalf of, or as an agent for, an owner of a building, structure or site for the purpose of obtaining building permits for the structural addition, prefabrication, alteration, repair, demolition and/or new construction of any appurtenance, building, structure or site, or a portion thereof, governed by the Ohio Building Code (OBC) and/or the new construction of one, two and three family dwellings and those new appurtenances directly associated therewith as regulated by the CBC.

    (b) Any person that offers to provide and/or provides the means, processes and procedures for the structural addition, alteration, repair and/or new construction of any appurtenance, building, structure or site, or a portion thereof, governed by the OBC. In addition, such registration shall also include the new construction of one, two and three family dwellings and those new appurtenances directly associated therewith as regulated by the CBC.

    (c) Any person or entity, commonly referred to as a subcontractor, that assumes, by secondary contract, some or all of the obligations of a general contractor, homebuilder or primary engineer, for the structural addition, alteration, repair, demolition and/or new construction of any appurtenance, building, structure or site, or a portion thereof, governed by the OBC and/or the new construction of one, two and three family dwellings and those new appurtenances directly associated therewith as regulated by the CBC. In addition, such registration shall also include a person or entity engaged in the aforementioned activities, other than an OCILB licensed specialty contractor, that enters into a contractual agreement with the general contractor, homebuilder or primary engineer for the performance of any portion of the aforementioned activities.

(Ordained by Ord. No. 0406-2007, § 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2008)