As identified in Section 3301.13.3, a construction superintendent is required for the following jobs:
- The construction of a new building
- The full demolition of an existing building
- An alteration to an existing building that involves at least one of the following:
- vertical or horizontal enlargement;
- alteration or demolition of more than fifty percent (50%) of the floor area;
- the removal of one (1) or more floors;
- or work that requires a special inspection for underpinning or the protection of sides of excavations.
- Other jobs that pose an enhanced risk to the public and property, as determined by the commissioner.
Exceptions: Notwithstanding the above, a construction superintendent
is not required for:
- 1. Work listed in Section 3310.1, for which a site safety manager or coordinator must be designated.
- 2. Work which solely involves the construction of a new 1-, 2-, or 3-family building.
In accordance with Section 3310 a site safety manager or site safety coordinator must be designated and present at the construction or demolition of a major building:
- an existing or proposed building 10 or more stories or 125 feet or more in height,
- or an existing or proposed building with a building footprint of 100,000 square feet or more regardless of height,
- or an existing or proposed building so designated by the commissioner due to unique hazards associated with the construction or demolition of the structure.
In accordance with Section 3310.5 a certified site safety coordinator may be designated in lieu of a site safety manager for the construction, vertical or horizontal enlargement, or full or partial demolition of a major building, provided such building:
- Is less than 15 stories or 200 feet (60 960 mm) in height; and
- Has a building footprint of 100,000 square feet or less.