TITLE 71: PUBLIC BUILDINGS, FACILITIES, AND REAL PROPERTY
CHAPTER I: CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD
SUBCHAPTER d: ENERGY CODES
PART 600 ILLINOIS ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE
SECTION 600.100 DEFINITIONS


 

Section 600.100  Definitions

 

Definitions of terms in the International Energy Conservation Code, incorporated by reference in Subpart C of this Part, apply, as do the following definitions:

 

"Act" means the Capital Development Board Act [20 ILCS 3105].

 

"Authority Having Jurisdiction" or "AHJ" means the organization, office or individual responsible for approving equipment, materials, an installation or procedure.

 

"CDB" or "Board" means the Illinois Capital Development Board.

 

"Commercial Facility" means any building except a building that is classified as a residential building.  [20 ILCS 3125/10]

 

"Council" means the Illinois Energy Conservation Advisory Council appointed under Subpart B of this Part and whose purpose it is to recommend modifications to the Illinois Energy Conservation Code.

 

"EEB Act" means the Energy Efficient Building Act [20 ILCS 3125].

 

"IECC" means the International Energy Conservation Code.

 

"Illinois Energy Conservation Code" or "Code" means:

 

With respect to the State facilities covered by Subpart B:

 

This Part, all additional requirements incorporated within Subpart B (including ASHRAE 90.1 Standards), and any statutorily authorized adaptations to the incorporated standards adopted by CDB;

 

With respect to the privately funded commercial facilities covered by Subpart C:

 

This Part, all additional requirements incorporated within Subpart C (including the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code that encompasses ASHRAE 90.1, including all published errata but excluding published supplements, and any statutorily authorized adaptations to the incorporated standards adopted by CDB; and

 

With respect to the residential buildings covered by Subpart D:

 

This Part, all additional requirements incorporated within Subpart D (including the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code, including all published errata but excluding published supplements) and any statutorily authorized adaptations to the incorporated standards adopted by CDB.

 

"Municipality" means any city, village or incorporated town.  [20 ILCS 3125/10]

 

"Residential Building" means a detached one-family or 2-family dwelling or any building that is 3 stories or less in height above grade that contains multiple dwelling units, in which the occupants reside on a primarily permanent basis, such as a townhouse, a row house, an apartment house, a convent, a monastery, a rectory, a fraternity or sorority house, a dormitory, and a rooming house; provided, however, that when applied to a building located within the boundaries of a municipality having a population of 1,000,000 or more, the term "residential building" means a building containing one or more dwelling units, not exceeding 4 stories above grade, where occupants are primarily permanent.  [20 ILCS 3125/10]

 

"State Funded Building" means and includes buildings under the jurisdiction of each officer, department, board, commission, institution and body politic and corporate of the State, including the Illinois Building Authority, and any other person expending or encumbering State or federal funds by virtue of an appropriation or other authorization by the General Assembly or federal authorization or grant.  This includes State funded housing, hospitals, penitentiaries, laboratories, educational facilities, administrative facilities, recreational facilities, environmental equipment and parking facilities [20 ILCS 3105/4.01].

 

(Source:  Amended at 40 Ill. Reg. 2754, effective January 20, 2016)