“Colorado Resolution 35” applies to factory-built non-residential structures. The Colorado Division of Housing enforces compliance with statutes, rules and regulations and has repealed and re-codified the old Resolution 35, 8 CCR 1302-11, with 8 CCR 1302-14.

Businesses that comply with the “Colorado Resolution 35”, Factory-Built, Non-Residential Manufacturers Quality Program are issued an insignia by the State that must be displayed on fabricated non-residential structures. The Colorado Resolution 35 quality program is also a very useful plan for businesses that need more than a simple management system but less than full compliance with ISO 9001. The quality program for compliance with Colorado Resolution 35, now 8 CCR 1302-14, is an intermediate Construction-grade management system.

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Colorado Resolution 35 Quality Program, $137

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Browse the PDF Demo Colorado Resolution 35 Quality Program Kit

The quality program kit contains all documents listed below:

  • Quality Plan/Manual
  • Bulletin
  • Calculated Risk Release Form
  • Configuration Management Procedure
  • Control of Nonconformances Procedure
  • Corrective Action Request Form
  • Corrective and Preventive Action Procedure
  • Document Control Procedure
  • Engineering Order Form
  • Inspection Plan Template
  • Nonconformance Report Form
  • Production Procedure
  • Purchasing Procedure
  • Receiving Procedure
  • Records Control Procedure
  • Request for Change Form
  • Shipping Procedure
  • Supplier Evaluation Form
  • Training Program
  • Work Instruction Template, Style 1
  • Work Instruction Template, Style 2
  • Work Instruction Template, Style 3

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Info about Colorado Resolution 35:

Division of Housing, 1313 Sherman St, Suite 321, Denver, CO 80203

Link for Active Factory Built Non-Residential Manufacturers

The primary purpose of the latest Code of Colorado Regulation for Non-Residential Factory-Built Structures, 8 CCR 1302-14 is to replace the old standard, 8 CCR 1302-11, and identify current minimum construction and safety codes for “Factory Built Nonresidential Structures” that are manufactured and sold in Colorado.

Contact the Colorado Division of Housing:
Division of Housing
1313 Sherman St., Room 500
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: 303-864-7810

Some important Colorado State Permit exemptions apply to non-residential structures, except for local jurisdiction requirements:

  • Are not connected to a permanent source of power
  • Are not installed on a permanent foundation
  • Do not exceed 500 sqft
  • Is a non-hazardous area

Adopted publications and applicable Editions of required publications are identified in 8 CCR 1302-14, which include:

  1. The International Building Code published by the International Code Council, Inc.
  2. The International Residential Code published by the International Code Council, Inc.
  3. The International Mechanical Code published by the International Code Council, Inc.
  4. The International Plumbing Code published by the International Code Council, Inc.
  5. The National Electric Code, published by the National Fire Protection Association, Inc. Edition as adopted by the State of Colorado Electrical Board at the time of plan submittal. Transition period of 180 days applies.
  6. The International Fuel Gas Code published by the International Code Council, Inc.
  7. The International Energy Conservation Code published by the International Code Council, Inc.

We helped a manufacturer of portable power equipment overcome a problem they had with a Customer that purchased one of their power stations. Our Customer built a small structure to house a generator that included a control room. 99% of the time, the small building would not be inhabited except to operate the controls or maintain the equipment. Our Customer wasn’t aware that they needed a permit to fabricate the structure according to Colorado Resolution 35. Their Customer learned about the problem when they requested a permit for their own project. We visited the fabricator’s facility then next day tailored a program to complete their project – cost $250. After review of their documentation, the Colorado State Official said they could schedule an onsite survey since their compliance system looked complete. Three weeks later, the State issued the insignia.