Form IHB230 "Ihb - Installation Inspection - Foundation Inspection Report" - Texas

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TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATION
REGULATORY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT – INDUSTRIALIZED HOUSING AND BUILDINGS
P.O. Box 12157
Austin, Texas 78711
(512) 539 -5735
(800) 803-9202
FAX (512) 539-5736 Email Address:
ihbtech@tdlr.texas.gov
Internet Address:
www.tdlr.texas.gov
IHB – Installation Inspection – Foundation Inspection Report
Effective May 1, 2014
Foundation inspections are performed after foundation forms are constructed, and steel reinforcement is installed, BUT BEFORE
CONCRETE IS POURED.
Date of
Installation Address:
Inspection:
Name of Industrialized Builder
Registration
or Installation Permit Holder:
#
Owner’s Name:
A copy of the foundation drawings, approved on-site construction drawings, and unique on-site detail drawings must be available at
the installation site for use by the inspector and the construction crew. Manufacturer’s typical foundation cannot be used –
foundation must be designed for site.
Inspection performed by (check one):
IHB TPIA
Reg. #IHIA-
Reg. #IHI-
Signature of Inspector
IHB TPSI
Reg. #IHSI-
Signature of Inspector
Licensed Engineer (affix seal)
Texas License #
Signature of Engineer
Licensed Architect (affix seal)
Texas License #
Signature of Architect
Check if this is a foundation inspection for an industrialized house. Industrialized housing includes single-family housing,
duplexes, townhouses, and apartments. Industrialized housing is required to be installed on a permanent foundation
system. Industrialized housing DOES NOT include motels, dormitories, and similar types of occupancies.
 The foundation design for this location was sealed by a Texas Engineer or Architect:
YES or
NO
 The foundation design is certified to conform to the IRC or IBC
YES or
NO
 Attach a copy of the site specific foundation design to this report. Manufacturer’s typical foundation plan cannot be used.
Construction of the foundation and other site construction related to the house or building meets the mandatory building codes
indicated below (Note: Rule §70.102 requires that the foundation and installation comply with the codes referenced in §§ 70.100
and 70.101 that were in effect at the start of the foundation/installation of the house or building) – Enter the date of the applicable
code editions (note that the NEC is required for all housing and buildings). The mandatory building codes currently in effect can be
found on the TDLR website at http://www.tdlr.texas.gov/ihb/codes.htm:
IBC, IMC, IPC, IFGC, IECC and 2012 TAS
OR
IRC
AND
NEC
Is this a Re-inspection?
YES
NO
Was foundation poured prior to inspection?
YES
NO
IF YES, NOTIFY THE DEPARTMENT – REMEDIAL ACTIONS
REQUIRED. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INSPECTION PROCEDURES MAY ALSO RESULT IN ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS PER RULE
SECTION 70.90.
FOUNDATION Inspection Completed – Foundation condition as follows:
Pass – OK to Pour Foundation – Foundation shall be poured within a reasonable time frame as required by the inspector or
a re-inspection may be required.
Fail – Violations Noted/RE-INSPECTION REQUIRED before concrete pour (See Violation Report, form #IHB 234 – A Violation
Report must be attached)
Not ready for inspection – RE-INSPECTION REQUIRED BEFORE CONCRETE POUR
IHB 230 09/19
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TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATION
REGULATORY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT – INDUSTRIALIZED HOUSING AND BUILDINGS
P.O. Box 12157
Austin, Texas 78711
(512) 539 -5735
(800) 803-9202
FAX (512) 539-5736 Email Address:
ihbtech@tdlr.texas.gov
Internet Address:
www.tdlr.texas.gov
IHB – Installation Inspection – Foundation Inspection Report
Effective May 1, 2014
Foundation inspections are performed after foundation forms are constructed, and steel reinforcement is installed, BUT BEFORE
CONCRETE IS POURED.
Date of
Installation Address:
Inspection:
Name of Industrialized Builder
Registration
or Installation Permit Holder:
#
Owner’s Name:
A copy of the foundation drawings, approved on-site construction drawings, and unique on-site detail drawings must be available at
the installation site for use by the inspector and the construction crew. Manufacturer’s typical foundation cannot be used –
foundation must be designed for site.
Inspection performed by (check one):
IHB TPIA
Reg. #IHIA-
Reg. #IHI-
Signature of Inspector
IHB TPSI
Reg. #IHSI-
Signature of Inspector
Licensed Engineer (affix seal)
Texas License #
Signature of Engineer
Licensed Architect (affix seal)
Texas License #
Signature of Architect
Check if this is a foundation inspection for an industrialized house. Industrialized housing includes single-family housing,
duplexes, townhouses, and apartments. Industrialized housing is required to be installed on a permanent foundation
system. Industrialized housing DOES NOT include motels, dormitories, and similar types of occupancies.
 The foundation design for this location was sealed by a Texas Engineer or Architect:
YES or
NO
 The foundation design is certified to conform to the IRC or IBC
YES or
NO
 Attach a copy of the site specific foundation design to this report. Manufacturer’s typical foundation plan cannot be used.
Construction of the foundation and other site construction related to the house or building meets the mandatory building codes
indicated below (Note: Rule §70.102 requires that the foundation and installation comply with the codes referenced in §§ 70.100
and 70.101 that were in effect at the start of the foundation/installation of the house or building) – Enter the date of the applicable
code editions (note that the NEC is required for all housing and buildings). The mandatory building codes currently in effect can be
found on the TDLR website at http://www.tdlr.texas.gov/ihb/codes.htm:
IBC, IMC, IPC, IFGC, IECC and 2012 TAS
OR
IRC
AND
NEC
Is this a Re-inspection?
YES
NO
Was foundation poured prior to inspection?
YES
NO
IF YES, NOTIFY THE DEPARTMENT – REMEDIAL ACTIONS
REQUIRED. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INSPECTION PROCEDURES MAY ALSO RESULT IN ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS PER RULE
SECTION 70.90.
FOUNDATION Inspection Completed – Foundation condition as follows:
Pass – OK to Pour Foundation – Foundation shall be poured within a reasonable time frame as required by the inspector or
a re-inspection may be required.
Fail – Violations Noted/RE-INSPECTION REQUIRED before concrete pour (See Violation Report, form #IHB 234 – A Violation
Report must be attached)
Not ready for inspection – RE-INSPECTION REQUIRED BEFORE CONCRETE POUR
IHB 230 09/19
Page 1 of 2
IHB –
Installation Inspection – Foundation Inspection Report (continued)
Date of
Installation Address:
Inspection:
Registration
#
Industrialized Housing: Homeowner must provide a residential installation permit number issued by this Department to
perform any work on industrialized housing (must own and plan to live in housing to obtain installation permit).
Residential Installation
Permit #:
Describe below the work covered by the permit or attach copy of permit :
Comments/Notes:
IHB 230 09/19
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