|Owner / Applicant Information|
|Takenaka Corporation (USA)|
|1100 N LEBANON ST|
|RTM Consultants, Inc.|
|6640 Parkdale Place|
|FTIC Expansion Phase 3|
|1100 N Lebanon St|
|Project Type||New||Addition||Y||Alteration||Existing||Change of Occupancy|
|Project Status||U||F=Filed U or Null=Unfiled|
|IDHS Issued Correction order?|
|Violation Issued by:||NA|
|Local Building Official|
|Local Fire Official|
|Code Name:||Other Code (Not in the list provided)|
|2014 IBC, Table 1016.2|
|Conditions:|| The travel distance within the existing manufacturing and warehouse building (F-1/S-1 Occupancies) will exceed 250 feet with the new phase 3 expansion. The travel distance will be a maximum of 500 feet.
The existing automotive manufacturing and warehouse building is an unlimited area B/F-1/S-1 Occupancy. The building is Type IIB Construction, 1-story, and sprinklered throughout.
|DEMONSTRATION THAT PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, AND WELFARE ARE PROTECTED:|
|1=Non-compliance with the rule will not be adverse to the public health, safety or we|
| 2= Applicant will undertake alternative actions in lieu of compliance with the rule to ensure that granting of the variance will not be adverse to public health, safety, or welfare. Explain why alternative actions would be adequate (be specific).
|Facts:|| 1. The building is protected throughout with an automatic sprinkler system.
2. The portion of the building where the travel distance is exceeded is occupied by employees who are trained in evacuation procedures and routes, this area is not accessed by the general public and any visitors are escorted by an employee.
3. Similar variances have been grated in the past including several for Subaru of Indiana, Lafayette, last one (17-12-22(b)), to
permit travel distances up to 600 feet, Toyota Industrial Equipment Logistics Transformation (17- 05-27), Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Inc. (15-01-25 & 01-01-18) to permit travel distances of 500 feet.
|DEMONSTRATION OF UNDUE HARDSHIP OR HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURE:|
| Imposition of the rule would result in an undue hardship (unusual difficulty) because of physical limitations of the construction site or its utility services.
| Imposition of the rule would result in an undue hardship (unusual difficulty) because of major operational problems in the use of the building or structure.
|Y|| Imposition of the rule would result in an undue hardship (unusual difficulty) because of excessive costs of additional or altered construction elements.
| Imposition of the rule would prevent the preservation of an architecturally or a historically significant part of the building or structure.
|Facts:|| The construction of a fire wall between the existing building and the addition is a cost and operational hardship. The construction of the wall is cost prohibitive due to the length of the structure. A wall between the buildings would inhibit the free flow of materials and constrain the available space for material handling and manufacturing.