For purposes of this section, "place of public accommodation" means a publicly or privately owned facility that is designed for occupancy by 200 or more people and is a sports or entertainment arena, stadium, theater, community or convention hall, special event center, indoor amusement facility or water park, or indoor swimming pool.
Construction, additions, and alterations to a place of public accommodation must be designed and constructed to comply with the State Building Code.
If fire protection systems regulated by chapter 299M are required in a place of public accommodation, then those plan reviews and inspections shall be conducted by the state fire marshal.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes