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COMPONENTS OF MULTI-FAMILY BUILDING REHABILITATION


Maintenance Moderate Substantial



COMPONENTS____________________And Repair______Rehab._________Rehab.___
Stair repair o

Wallpapering o

Window shades and curtains o

Ceiling framing o

Door replacement o

Drywall replacement o

Elevator components replacement o

Exterior entrance redesign, relocation o

Finish flooring materials o

Flashing o

Furnace replacement o

Insulation o

Lath and plaster replacement o

New shingles or roof replacement o

Partition (non bearing) replacement,

or relocation o

Plumbing fixture replacement o

Pointing (Masonry) o

Porch and step alteration cr replacement o

Stair replacement or relocation o

Storm windows and weatherstripping o

Trim - exterior and interior o

Window replacement o

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COMPONENTS OF MULTI-FAMILY BUILDING REHABILITATION
Maintenance Moderate Substantial

COMPONENTS____________________And Repair______Rehab._________Rehab.___

- New or alteration to the -


Electrical wiring system o

Gas pipes o

Mechanical system o

Soil pipes o

Vent pipes o

Waste pipes o

Water supply system o
- Alteration or replacement of

structural components-


Beams o

Chimneys and vents o

Columns and post o

Electrical service - replacement or new o

Elevator replacement o

Exterior walls o

Floor construction o

Footing o

Foundation wall o

Foundation waterproofing o

Interior walls o
Moderate rehabilitation and repair shall not be limited to building changes for cosmetic or convenience purposes. In all cases moderate rehabilitation shall involve a minimum of three (3) components of building rehabilitation listed as moderate. Unless combined with other improvements in a project that are considered to be moderate or substantial rehabilitation the items identified as maintenance and repair are considered to be cosmetic and convenience changes.

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When a project consists of both moderate and substantial rehabilitation components, those substantial rehabilitation components shall be in accordance with Rural Development's development standards and local codes and regulation requirements. Where the majority of project components of building rehabilitation are considered substantial the project shall be considered in the substantial rehabilitation category.


Those site components of rehabilitation such as landscaping, grading, drainage, fencing, parking areas, recreation areas, water and waste disposal systems, etc., whether considered either maintenance and repair, moderate rehabilitation or substantial rehabilitation shall be in accordance with Rural Development's development standards for site development work; all local codes and regulation requirements, and sound engineering and architectural practices.
The site requirements contained in Section 4 of the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS), the provisions of Sections 4.1.5, Accessible Building; Additions and 4.1.6 Accessible Building; Alterations and all other appropriate UFAS requirements shall apply to all moderate rehabilitation. Where Rural Development Instructions are more stringent than UFAS they shall apply.
Any alteration of a structure listed or eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places may be considered either moderate or substantial rehabilitation. However, it shall conform first to the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation are Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings and then to Rural Development's requirements. In cases where the Secretary of the Interior's standards cannot be met, rehabilitation will conform to the agreed upon approaches, treatments and techniques resulting from the consultation process between Rural Development, the borrower, the State Historic Preservation Officer are the Advisory Council of Historic Preservation.

102 GUIDE FORMAT


The format of this Guide is to first list a major component of moderate rehabilitation (the chapter title); second, state the performance requirement that should be met for that component: and third provide acceptable criteria for meeting the performance requirement. Also, by identifying acceptable criteria for various components of moderate rehabilitation, e.g., site and community, building design, fire safety, construction, mechanical equipment and exterior and interior finishes, the Guide achieves the major objectives of Rural Development, or ensuring decent, safe, and sanitary housing and related facilities with adequate liveability.
Appendix A, Definitions, provide a basis for understanding the meaning of the phrases and terms used in this Guide.
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103 LOCAL CODES AND REGULATIONS


These guidelines, while setting forth basic objectives and provisions specifically related to moderate rehabilitation, shall not be construed as relieving the property owner, project sponsor or their builder of his or her responsibility for compliance with State are local ordinances, codes, and regulations including established requirements of a health officer or other authority having jurisdiction.

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Chapter 2 RESERVED



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Chapter 3 SITE AND COMMUNITY Page
300 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENT 3-1
301 ACCEPTABILITY CRITERIA 3-1
301-1 SITE CONDITIONS 3-1
301-2 OPEN SPACE 3-1
301-3 OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENT 3-1
301-4 SITE IMPROVEMENTS 3-1
301-5 ACCESS TO THE BUILDING 3-2

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Chapter 3 SITE AND COMMUNITY

300 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENT
The site location and facilities shall create a safe, functional, accessible, healthful and attractive living environment for residents.
301 ACCEPTABILITY CRITERIA

301-1 SITE CONDITIONS

301-1.1 The Property should not be subject to hazards such as

objectionable smoke, noxious odors, unusual noise, the probability of flooding, mud slides, or subsidence.


301-2 OPEN SPACE
Every residential building should have sufficient open space to permit convenient access for maintenance, fire protection, adequate light and ventilation of habitable rooms and reasonable indoor privacy.
301-3 OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENT
Adequate landscaped open space should be available for active and passive recreation. Adequate night lighting for safe use of streets, parking areas, walks and steps should be available or provided.
301-4 SITE IMPROVEMENTS
The improvement of each property should provide for (a) the immediate diversion of water away from buildings and disposal from the site, (b) the prevention of soil saturation detrimental to structures and site use (c) appropriately paved walks, parking areas, driveways, exterior steps and landscaping where needed, (d) facilities for trash collection and removal and (e) reasonable amount of recreation equipment (passive and/or active) to meet the tenants needs.

301-5 ACCESS TO THE BUILDING


Walks and steps should be provided for all weather access to the building and constructed so as to provide safety, reasonable durability and economy of maintenance.

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301-5.1 A primary entrance readily accessible to the physically

handicapped, should be provided to any residential structure intended for occupancy or use by the elderly or physically handicapped.

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