Factory Built Structures Listing Program
- Batitech Ltée.
- Factory Built Engineered Structures
- Temiscouata-Sur-Le-Lac, Quebec
- February 27, 2020
- February 27, 2020
CSA A277 “Procedure for Certification of Prefabricated Buildings, Modules, and Panels”
Quebec Construction Code, Chapter I – Building (NBC with Quebec amendments)
CSA C22.10 Québec Construction Code, Chapter V – Electricity (CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, “Safety Standard for Electrical Installations” with Quebec amendments)
Note: Unless otherwise specified, the standards/Code noted are the most current versions in effect.
Factory Built Engineered Structures
All markings must be permanent and visible after installation.
1. QAI label with ‘C’ identifier (item 1097 – black lettering with silver background) is normally located in close proximity to the electrical panel.
QAI logo shown here:
2. The specification nameplate (item 1068, 8-1/2” x 14” in size) is normally located in close proximity to the electrical panel and includes:
− Manufacturer’s Name and Address
− Date of Manufacture
− Model Serial Number or Product Code
− Foundation Type (Perimeter Foundation Wall or Piers)
− Floor live Load
− Specified Snow Load (1/50)
− Seismic Response Sa (0.2)
− Hourly Wind Pressure (1/50)
− Envelope Effective Thermal Resistance
− Windows/Doors/Skylights Thermal Characteristics
− Outside Design Temperature (Heal Loss or Heat Gain)
− Factory Installed Appliances
− Site Installed Components, Assemblies, and Systems
− Electrical Systems Voltage, Frequency, and Amperage
Other Markings as required by the relevant codes.
The QAI label and specification nameplate are available from QAI and must be applied at the factory.
Engineered Modular Structures under Parts 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Quebec Construction Code, Chapter I. These structures are intended to be used for a single Major Occupancy classified as Group A, Division 2 – Assembly. Structures included in this listing are used as classrooms manufactured in multiple modules in single storey configurations.
This certification does not cover completion of barrier-free access. A qualified professional is required to design and validate barrier-free design as per the requirements of the local authority having jurisdiction.
The design of each discipline: architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical, requires review and approval by professionals registered in the province where the units are intended to be installed.
Conventional Wood Frame Construction. Electrical Ratings: 120/208V, 60Hz, 125A, 3-phase systems.
Primarily electrical baseboard heaters. Systems may be equipped with air conditioning (electrical only).
Fire Alarm and Sprinkler Systems:
This certification does not cover completion of the fire alarm, sprinkler and fire suppression systems. These systems must be designed by a professional engineer registered in the province in which the building is intended to be installed. Installation and commissioning of this system must be completed on site by qualified technicians as per the requirements of the local authority having jurisdiction.
The materials, products or systems listed in this directory have been qualified to bear the QAI Listing Mark under the conditions stated with each Listing. Only those products bearing the QAI Listing Mark are considered to be listed by QAI.
No warrantee is expressed or implied, and no guarantee is provided that any jurisdictional authority will accept the Listing found herein. The appropriate authorities should be contacted regarding the acceptability of any given Listing.
Visit the QAI Online Listing Directory located at www.qai.org for the most up to date version of this Listing and to validate that this QAI Listing is active. Questions regarding this listing may be directed to email@example.com. Please include the listing number in the request.