Hi @coachadamcoers can you explain what do they mean by the extent of building materials?
I thought it meant what you will use the material for the project in the specs.
The authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) has rejected an architect’s design based on the use of a combustible wood finish being used for a small rooftop patio. The architect is revising the drawings to change this material to an allowed fire-retardant-treated wood. The AHJ requires only affected drawings and documents to be resubmitted for review.
Which items should the architect include in their resubmittal? Check the three that apply.
The full specification manual
Incorrect. The entire specification manual has not been revised, so it does not need to be resubmitted.
The detail section showing the name and application of the material
Correct. Changing the materials will affect this section detail, so it will need to be resubmitted.
The code summary
Incorrect. The material should not be noted on the code summary, although combustibility requirements may be noted.
The material legend which describes the material
Correct. The material legend should be updated to replace the combustible material and resubmitted.
The drawing index
Correct. The drawing index should be updated to show the revised and resubmitted drawings.
The floor plan showing the extent of the material use
Incorrect. The extent of the material’s use has not been revised.
International Building Code, 2018;
Architectural Graphic Standards, 12th edition, Chapter 4 "Architectural Construction Documentation "