FBC Amendments by the Board of Rules and Appeals
While amendments to the Florida Building Code are generally initiated by members of the Board of Rules and Appeals, by building code enforcement professionals or by the construction industry, anyone may propose a code change. The procedure for such a proposal is relatively simple. First, one must select the specific section in the Florida Building Code which is deemed to need revision. Next, on a form specified by the Board of Rules and Appeals, state the desired change, the reason for it, and any economic impact it might have on the public.
The proposal is then evaluated by the appropriate Board committee(s), and then passed on to the full Board with committee recommendations. It is important to remember, however, that Florida law allows the Board of Rules and Appeals to make changes in the Florida Building Code which result in equal or greater public safety. The Board of Rules and Appeals does not have the legal authority to make the Florida Building Code less restrictive.
2010 FBC Amendments
SUPPLEMENT II - Effective October 20, 2014
SUPPLEMENT I - Amendments Effective March 15, 2012
2007 FBC Amendments
Board of Rules and Appeals Formal Interpretations
2010 Florida Building Code-Interpretations
2012 - Same as prior year #s 1 through 7
2007 Florida Building Code-Interpretations