NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF
INDIA– 2005
HISTORY
AND
OVERVIEW
VINAY KUMAR GUPTA
DYCE/G/N.RAILWAY
After the third Five Year Plan, the Planning Commission decided
that the whole gamut of operations involved in constructio...
It revealed that some of the prevailing methods of construction
were outmoded; some designs were over burdened with safety...
The than
Indian Standard Institute
(Now Bureau of Indian Standards)
was entrusted by the planning commission with the
prep...
The first version of the
NATIONAL BUILDING CODE
was published in 1970
Since the publication in 1970 version of the
NATIONA...
The revised version of
NATIONAL BUILDING CODE of India
was therefore, brought out
in 1983
Based on the changes effected in...
In the last about two decades since the publication of
the 1983 version of the Code,
substantial further experience had be...
The revised
NATIONAL BUILDING
CODE OF INDIA – 2005
was formally released on
16th
September 2005
at New Delhi
CONTENTS OF NBC 2005
• PART 0 INTEGRATED APPROACH – PREREQUISITE FOR
APPLYING PROVISION OF THE CODE
• PART 1 DEFINITIONS
•...
Part 0: Integrated Approach
Prerequisite for Applying
Provisions of the Code
This part covers guidelines to be
followed fo...
PART 1 : DEFINITIONS
It lists the terms appearing in all the
parts/sections of the National Building Code
of India. Howeve...
PART 2:
ADMINISTRATION
It covers the administrative aspects of the
Code, such as applicability of the Code,
organization o...
PART 3:
DEVELOPMENT CONTROL
RULES AND GENERAL
BUILDING REQUIREMENTS
It covers the development control rules and
general bu...
PART 4 : FIRE AND LIFE
SAFETY
It covers the requirements for fire prevention, life safety
in relation to fire, and fire pr...
PART 5: BUILDING
MATERIALS
It covers the requirements of building
materials and components, and criteria
for accepting new...
29 Materials/ components which have been covered in
this part are:
1. Aluminum & other light
materials & their alloys
2. B...
PART 6 : STRUCTURAL
DESIGN
This part through its seven sections provides
for structural adequacy of buildings to deal
with...
Part 6 : Section 1 : Loads, Forces
and Effects
It covers basic design loads to be assumed in
the design of buildings. The ...
Part 6 : Section 2 :
Soils and Foundations
It covers structural design (principles) of all
building foundations such as ra...
Part 6 : Section 3A : Timber
It covers the use of structural timber in
structures or elements of structures
connected toge...
Part 6 : Section 3B : Bamboo
It covers the use of bamboo for constructional
purposes in structures or elements of the stru...
Part 6 : Section 4 :
Masonry
It covers the structural design aspects of
unreinforced load bearing and non-load
bearing wal...
Part 6 : Section 5A :
Plain and
Reinforced Concrete
It covers the general structural use of
plain and reinforced concrete.
Part 6 : Section 5B :
Prestressed Concrete
It covers the general structural use of
prestressed concrete. It covers both wo...
Part 6 : Section 6 :
Steel
It covers the use of structural steel in
general building construction including
the use of hot...
Part 6 : Section 7 :
Prefabrication and Systems
Building
Though desirable for large scale building activities, has
yet to take a firm hold in the country.
Includes a few recommend...
Part 6 : Section 7B :
Systems Building and mixed/
Composite Construction
It covers recommendations regarding
modular plann...
PART 7 : CONSTRUCTIONAL
PRACTICES AND SAFETY
It covers the constructional practices in
buildings; storage, stacking and ha...
PART 8 : BUILDING
SERVICES
This part through its five elaborate
sections on utilities provides detailed
guidance to concer...
Part 8 : Section 1 :
Lighting and Ventilation
It covers requirements and methods for
lighting and ventilation of buildings.
PART 8 : Section 2 : Electrical
and Allied Installations
It covers the essential requirements for
electrical installations...
PART 8 : Section 3 : Air
conditioning, Heating and
Mechanical Ventilation
This section covers the design,
construction and...
PART 8 : Section 4 :
Acoustics, Sound Insulation
and Noise Control
It covers requirements and guidelines
regarding plannin...
PART 8 : Section 5 :
Installation of Lifts and
Escalators
It covers the essential requirements for the
installation, opera...
PART 9 : PLUMBING
SERVICES
This part through its two sections gives
detailed guidance to concerned professionals/
plumbing...
PART 9 : Section 1 : Water
Supply, Drainage and Sanitation
(including Solid Waste Management)
It covers the basic requirem...
PART 9 : Section 1 : Water
Supply, Drainage and Sanitation
(including Solid Waste
Management)
It also covers the design, l...
PART 9 : Section 2 : Gas
Supply
It covers the requirements regarding the
safety of persons and property for all
piping use...
PART 10 : Section 1 :
Landscape Planning and
Design
It covers requirements of landscape
planning and design with the view ...
PART 10 : Section 2 :
Signs and Outdoor Display
Structures
It covers the requirements with regard to
public safety, struct...
Salient Features of NBC – 2005
1. Inclusion of a complete philosophy and direction for
successfully accomplishing the buil...
Salient Features of NBC – 2005
(Contd..)
• Revision of parking requirements for metro & mega cities.
(mega cities are metr...
Salient Features of NBC – 2005
(Contd..)
• Promotion to new/innovative building materials/technologies
• Inclusion of late...
A few points which were not clarified during the workshop on
NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA– 2005 held at
Mumbai on 26 & ...
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  • 1. NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA– 2005 HISTORY AND OVERVIEW VINAY KUMAR GUPTA DYCE/G/N.RAILWAY
  • 2. After the third Five Year Plan, the Planning Commission decided that the whole gamut of operations involved in construction, such as administrative, organizational, financial and technical aspects, be studied in depth. For this study a panel of experts was appointed in 1965 and its recommendations are found in the ‘Report on Economies in Construction Cost’ published in 1968.
  • 3. It revealed that some of the prevailing methods of construction were outmoded; some designs were over burdened with safety factors; building bylaws of municipal bodies were outdated etc. etc. These studies resulted in a recommendation that a NATIONAL BUILDING CODE be prepared to unify the building regulations throughout the country.
  • 4. The than Indian Standard Institute (Now Bureau of Indian Standards) was entrusted by the planning commission with the preparation of the National Building Code. Guidance committee for the preparation of the code was set up in 1967
  • 5. The first version of the NATIONAL BUILDING CODE was published in 1970 Since the publication in 1970 version of the NATIONAL BUILDING CODE a large number of comments and useful suggestions for modifications and additions to different parts and sections of the code were received.
  • 6. The revised version of NATIONAL BUILDING CODE of India was therefore, brought out in 1983 Based on the changes effected in the: •Steel Code, •Masonry Code •Loading Codes •As also in order to update Fire Protection Requirements, three voluminous amendments were brought out to the 1983 version of the Code, Two in 1987 and the third in 1997.
  • 7. In the last about two decades since the publication of the 1983 version of the Code, substantial further experience had been gained in the areas of the •building planning, •designing and •construction. Intensive efforts involving wide consultative process have resulted in finalisation and publication of the NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA – 2005 reflecting the state-of-the-art and contemporary applicable international practices.
  • 8. The revised NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA – 2005 was formally released on 16th September 2005 at New Delhi
  • 9. CONTENTS OF NBC 2005 • PART 0 INTEGRATED APPROACH – PREREQUISITE FOR APPLYING PROVISION OF THE CODE • PART 1 DEFINITIONS • PART 2 ADMINISTRATION • PART 3 DEVELOPMENT CONTROL RULES AND GENERAL BUILDING REQUIREMENTS • PART 4 FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY • PART 5 BUILDING MATERIALS • PART 6 STRUCTURAL DESIGN • PART 7 CONSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES AND SAFETY • PART 8 BUILDING SERVICES • PART 9 PLUMBING SERVICES • PART 10 LANDSCAPING, SIGNS AND OUTDOOR DISPLAY STRUCTURES
  • 10. Part 0: Integrated Approach Prerequisite for Applying Provisions of the Code This part covers guidelines to be followed for judicious implementation of the provisions of various parts/sections of the Code.
  • 11. PART 1 : DEFINITIONS It lists the terms appearing in all the parts/sections of the National Building Code of India. However, some common definitions are reproduced in this part also.
  • 12. PART 2: ADMINISTRATION It covers the administrative aspects of the Code, such as applicability of the Code, organization of building department for enforcement of the Code, procedure for obtaining development and building permits, and responsibility of the owner and all professionals involved in the planning, design and construction of the building.
  • 13. PART 3: DEVELOPMENT CONTROL RULES AND GENERAL BUILDING REQUIREMENTS It covers the development control rules and general building requirements for proper planning and design at the layout and building level to ensure health safety, public safety and desired quality of life. Provides provisions for covered area, plinth area, FAR, amenities, land use classification, height/ size of rooms, kitchens etc. etc.
  • 14. PART 4 : FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY It covers the requirements for fire prevention, life safety in relation to fire, and fire protection of buildings. The code specifies planning and construction features and fire protection features for all occupancies that are necessary to minimize danger to life and property. The code cagorises the buildings as follows: Group A - Residential Group B - Educational Group C - Institutional Group D - Assembly Group E - Business Group F - Mercantile Group G - Industrial Group H - Storage Group J - Hazardous
  • 15. PART 5: BUILDING MATERIALS It covers the requirements of building materials and components, and criteria for accepting new or alternative building materials and components.
  • 16. 29 Materials/ components which have been covered in this part are: 1. Aluminum & other light materials & their alloys 2. Bitumen & Tar products 3. Builders hardwares 4. Building chemicals 5. Building lime and products 6. Burnt clay products 7. Cement & concrete (i/c reinforcement) 8. Composite matrix products 9. Conductors & cables 10. Doors/windows & ventilators 11. Electrical wiring & accessories 12. Fillers, stoppers & putties 13. Floor coverings, roofings & other finishes 14. Glass 15. Gypsum based materials 16. Lignocellulosic building materials (timber bamboos etc.) 17. Paints & allied products 18. Polymers, plastics etc. 19. Sanitary appliances & water fittings 20. Soil based blocks 21. Steel & its alloys 22. Stones. 23. Structural sections 24. Thermal insulation materials 25. Threaded fasteners & rivets 26. Unit weight of building materials 27. Water proofing & damp proofing materials 28. Welding electrodes & wires 29. Wire ropes & wire products
  • 17. PART 6 : STRUCTURAL DESIGN This part through its seven sections provides for structural adequacy of buildings to deal with both internal and external environment, and provide guidance to engineers/ structural engineers for varied usage of material/ technology types for building design.
  • 18. Part 6 : Section 1 : Loads, Forces and Effects It covers basic design loads to be assumed in the design of buildings. The live loads, wind loads, seismic loads, snow loads and other loads, which are specified herein, are minimum working loads which should be taken into consideration for purposes of design.
  • 19. Part 6 : Section 2 : Soils and Foundations It covers structural design (principles) of all building foundations such as raft, pile and other foundation systems to ensure safety and serviceability without exceeding the permissible stresses of the materials of foundations and the bearing capacity of the supporting soil.
  • 20. Part 6 : Section 3A : Timber It covers the use of structural timber in structures or elements of structures connected together by fasteners/ fastening techniques.
  • 21. Part 6 : Section 3B : Bamboo It covers the use of bamboo for constructional purposes in structures or elements of the structure, ensuring quality and effectiveness of design and construction using bamboo. It covers minimum strength data, dimensional and grading requirements, seasoning, preservative treatment, design and jointing techniques with bamboo which would facilitate scientific application and long-term performance of structures. It also covers guidelines so as to ensure proper procurement, storage, precautions and design limitations on bamboo.
  • 22. Part 6 : Section 4 : Masonry It covers the structural design aspects of unreinforced load bearing and non-load bearing walls, constructed using various bricks, stones and blocks permitted in accordance with this section. This, however, also covers provisions for design of reinforced brick and reinforced brick concrete floors and roofs.
  • 23. Part 6 : Section 5A : Plain and Reinforced Concrete It covers the general structural use of plain and reinforced concrete.
  • 24. Part 6 : Section 5B : Prestressed Concrete It covers the general structural use of prestressed concrete. It covers both work carried out on site and the manufacture of precast prestressed concrete units.
  • 25. Part 6 : Section 6 : Steel It covers the use of structural steel in general building construction including the use of hot rolled steel sections and steel tubes.
  • 26. Part 6 : Section 7 : Prefabrication and Systems Building
  • 27. Though desirable for large scale building activities, has yet to take a firm hold in the country. Includes a few recommendations on the need to avoid ‘progressive collapse’ of the structures. Part 6 : Section 7A : Prefabricated Concrete:
  • 28. Part 6 : Section 7B : Systems Building and mixed/ Composite Construction It covers recommendations regarding modular planning, component sizes, joints, manufacture, storage, transport and erection of prefabricated elements for use in buildings and such related requirements for mixed/composite construction.
  • 29. PART 7 : CONSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES AND SAFETY It covers the constructional practices in buildings; storage, stacking and handling of materials and safety of personnel during construction operations for all elements of a building and demolition of buildings. The objective can be best achieved through proper coordination and working by the project management and construction management teams.
  • 30. PART 8 : BUILDING SERVICES This part through its five elaborate sections on utilities provides detailed guidance to concerned professionals/ utility engineers for meeting necessary functional requirements in buildings.
  • 31. Part 8 : Section 1 : Lighting and Ventilation It covers requirements and methods for lighting and ventilation of buildings.
  • 32. PART 8 : Section 2 : Electrical and Allied Installations It covers the essential requirements for electrical installations in buildings to ensure efficient use of electricity including safety from fire and shock. This section also includes general requirements relating to lightning protection of buildings.
  • 33. PART 8 : Section 3 : Air conditioning, Heating and Mechanical Ventilation This section covers the design, construction and installation of air conditioning and heating systems and equipment installed in buildings for the purpose of providing and maintaining conditions of air temperature, humidity, purity and distribution suitable for the use and occupancy of the space.
  • 34. PART 8 : Section 4 : Acoustics, Sound Insulation and Noise Control It covers requirements and guidelines regarding planning against noise, acceptable noise levels and the requirements for sound insulation in buildings with different occupancies. 2
  • 35. PART 8 : Section 5 : Installation of Lifts and Escalators It covers the essential requirements for the installation, operation, maintenance and also inspection of lifts (passenger lifts, goods lifts, hospital lifts, service lifts and dumb-waiter lifts) and escalators so as to ensure safe and satisfactory performance.
  • 36. PART 9 : PLUMBING SERVICES This part through its two sections gives detailed guidance to concerned professionals/ plumbing engineers with regard to plumbing and other related requirements in buildings.
  • 37. PART 9 : Section 1 : Water Supply, Drainage and Sanitation (including Solid Waste Management) It covers the basic requirements of water supply for residential, business and other types of buildings, including traffic terminal stations. This section also deals with general requirements of plumbing connected to public water supply and design of water supply systems. Provisions on Rain Water Harvesting have also been included
  • 38. PART 9 : Section 1 : Water Supply, Drainage and Sanitation (including Solid Waste Management) It also covers the design, layout, construction and maintenance of drains for foul water, surface water and subsoil water and sewage; together with all ancillary works, such as connections, manholes and inspection chambers used within the building and from building to the connection to a public sewer, private sewer, individual sewage-disposal system, cess-pool, or to other approved point of disposal/ treatment work. It further includes the provisions on solid waste management.
  • 39. PART 9 : Section 2 : Gas Supply It covers the requirements regarding the safety of persons and property for all piping uses and for all types of gases used for fuel or lighting purposes in buildings.
  • 40. PART 10 : Section 1 : Landscape Planning and Design It covers requirements of landscape planning and design with the view to promoting quality of outdoor built environment and protection of land and its resources.
  • 41. PART 10 : Section 2 : Signs and Outdoor Display Structures It covers the requirements with regard to public safety, structural safety and fire safety of all signs (advertisements) and outdoor display structures including the overall aesthetical aspects of imposition of signs and outdoor display structures in the outdoor built environment. Few more terminologies related to signages and explanatory figures have been added.
  • 42. Salient Features of NBC – 2005 1. Inclusion of a complete philosophy and direction for successfully accomplishing the building projects through integrated multidisciplinary approach right from conceptual stage through planning, designing, construction, operation and maintenance stages. 2. A series of reforms in building permit process. 3. Provision for ensuring safety of buildings against natural disaster& certification of structural sufficiency by engineer & structural engineer. 4. Permission of two stage permit for high rise residential and special buildings. 5. Provision for periodic renewal certificate of occupied buildings from structural, fire, electrical, health safety point of view 6. Provision for empowering engineers/architects for sanctioning plans for residential buildings up to 500 sqm.
  • 43. Salient Features of NBC – 2005 (Contd..) • Revision of parking requirements for metro & mega cities. (mega cities are metros with population more than 50 lacs) • Up gradation of special requirements for low income housing for urban areas. • Inclusion of special requirements for low income housing for rural habitat planning. • Inclusion of guidelines for development planning for hilly areas. • Revisions of the provisions for building and facilities for physically challenged • Fire safety norms completely revamped through detailed provisions on fire prevention, life safety and fire protection • Inclusion of new categories of starred hotels, heritage structures & archeological monuments for fire safety provisions • Substitution of halon based fire extinguishers/fire fighting system
  • 44. Salient Features of NBC – 2005 (Contd..) • Promotion to new/innovative building materials/technologies • Inclusion of latest provisions for earthquake resistant design & construction • Inclusion of details on multi-disaster prone districts • Inclusion of new chapter on design & construction using bamboos • Chapter on pre-fabricated & composite construction for speedier construction • Up gradation of provision of safety in construction. • Complete revision of provision on building & plumbing services in line with applicable international practices. • Provision on Rain Water Harvesting • Inclusion of new chapter to cover landscaping needs.
  • 45. A few points which were not clarified during the workshop on NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA– 2005 held at Mumbai on 26 & 27th October’2006: •In this age of terrorism security is given more importance than safety. Code is silent on this . In the name of security we are playing with safety esp. in most important buildings which are prone to terrorism •Code is silent about ground water management. During construction of basements of buildings dewatering continues, sometimes for years together. •Part 2 of the code empowers Engineers/Architects for for sanctioning residential buildings up to 500 Sqm area. Are the local bodies going to accept it?