Your building address must be clearly visible from the street, including the suite number or letter printed on the door. In multiple tenant buildings, all rear doors must also be identified.
A fire extinguisher 2A-10BC (minimum size) mounted no higher than 5 ft. on a clearly identifiable wall with an identifying sign mounted above. One extinguisher is required for every 3000 sq. ft. and / or one for every 75 ft. of travel.
Walls, Celings & Floors
There shall be no holes or open areas permitted in walls, ceilings, floors, or celing tiles. In addition, ceiling tiles must be in place as designed.
The use of extension cords is prohibited; if there is a need to extend power to a location, an approved surge protector can be used. If one does not reach the location, a new receptacle may be needed. (A permit is required for all new electrical work.)
Electrical outlets in bathrooms or within 6 feet of any water source must be ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) receptacles. More info about GFCI’s here.
All electrical outlet panels must have cover plates and all knock-outs must be covered (no tape) and no exposed wiring is permitted.