DLI's Construction Codes and Licensing Division (CCLD) is the municipality for purposes of building code enforcement (plan review and inspections) for the following defined by Minnesota Statute 326B.103:
MN Statute 326B.103 Definitions.
Subd. 11. Public Building. “Public building” means a building and its grounds the cost of which is paid for by the state or a state agency regardless of its cost, and a school district building project or charter school building project the cost of which is $100,000 or more.
Subd. 13. State licensed facility. “State licensed facility” means a building and its grounds that are licensed by the state as a hospital, nursing home, supervised living facility, free-standing outpatient surgical center, correctional facility, boarding care home or residential hospice.
CCLD may enter into agreements with municipalities (that have adopted the Minnesota State Building Code) for building plan review and/or inspections of public building and state-licensed facility projects within their jurisdiction. View more information about delegation agreements.