Burke

2013 Wisconsin Act 270 establishes a uniform commercial building code in Wisconsin, while allowing municipalities to grandfather fire detection, prevention, and suppression ordinances that relate to the construction, alteration, or addition to a public building or building that is a place of employment.

Grandfathered Ordinances for Burke
Sec. 3-2-2 ADOPTION OF CODES

(a) The following orders, rules, and regulations of the Department of Commerce, all of which are set forth in the Wisconsin Administrative Code as from time to time may be amended, updated and renumbered, are incorporated herein by reference and adopted as part of this Chapter 2.

(1) Comm 5 - Licenses, Certifications, and Regulations

(2) Comm 7 - Explosive Materials

(3) Comm 10 - Flammable and Combustible Liquids

(4) Comm 14 - Fire Prevention

(5) Comm 16 - Electrical

(6) Comm 28 - Smoke Detectors

(7) Comm 30 - Fire Department Safety and Health

(8) Comm 40 - Gas Systems

(9) Comm 43 - Anhydrous Ammonia

(10) Comm 61 to 65 - Wisconsin Commercial Building Code

(11) Comm 66 - Existing Buildings

(12) Comm 75 to 79 - Existing Buildings

(b) The following codes of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) as from time to time may be amended, updated, and renumbered, are hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this Chapter 2: NFPA 1 and NFPA's incorporated standards and codes as published in the National Fire Codes of the NFPA.

(c) The 2006 Edition of the International Fire Code (IFC), Appendix D, as from time to time may be amended, updated, and renumbered, is hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this Chapter 2. In case of a conflict between any provision of the Wisconsin Administrative Code, the NFP1 fire prevention code, and the International Fire Code, Appendix D, the strictest provision shall apply.