Submit Building Permits Electronically In Denver CO With Service First Permits
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SFP has experience with the intricacies of various jurisdictions and the programs utilized for electronic submittals and permit tracking, including but not limited to:
Colorado cities and counties we are currently submitting electronically to.
Denver E Permits
Most building projects in the city of Denver require general construction and trade-based permits including electrical, plumbing, and mechanical permits. The building department’s online permitting system simplifies the process of submitting a permit application. Before your building permit is issued, a plan review will be involved for the assessment of your project and ensuring that it meets the zoning, building, and fire codes. This can be a time-consuming and complicated process, no matter how much effort the department had made to streamline it. At Service First Permits, we have the experience and knowledge required to assist you with the process and ensure that you get your permits as quickly as possible.
E Permit Types in Denver
The process of applying for building permits requires lots of involvement and regular follow-ups with the Denver building department. The city has taken all steps to simplify it, but there can be delays. The most commonly applied for permits include:
- Residential Construction
- Commercial Construction
- Electrical Permit
- Plumbing Permit
- Mechanical Permit
- Roofing Permit
- Boiler/Commercial A/C Permit
- Total Demolition Guide
- Fire Alarm Permit
- Fire Sprinkler System
- Access Control Permit
- Address Assignment
- Signs Zoning Permit
- Hazardous Materials
Pre-Application Process for Electronic Permits in Denver
Before you apply for the permit, you will be required to take the following steps:
- Look up your proposed development site using DevelopDENVER.
- Find out if it is required to submit a Site Development Plan or SDP. SDPs are required for new residential construction projects of 3 or more units, commercial construction projects, and major remodels/additions.
- Find out if your project requires reviews/approvals from other departments including Landmark, Public Works, Zoning, Forestry, Address Assignment, and Right of Way.
Before you apply for the building permit, make sure your project follows all federal, state, and local regulations. It may be required to inspect the site for lead-based and asbestos-based paint before you apply for building permits. It will also be required to find a licensed contractor for remediation/abatement work.
Plan Submission for Review
Once you have completed the pre-application process, you must submit your plan for review. It will be required to assemble the items listed on the following forms:
- New buildings
- Tenant fishing
- Change of occupancy
Need for Professional Permit Management Services
At Service First Permits, we handle all aspects of the electronic building permit process. There are many things to be taken care of in the pre-application, application submitting, and post-application process. And we have the experience, knowledge, and resources to speed up and simplify the process. We provide our permit management services to all types of clients and no project is too small or too big for us. You may be a business owner, homeowner, architect, contractor, project manager, designer, property manager, or developer. We have the expertise required to help you save your valuable time. If you need more information about our services, feel free to get in touch with us at Service First Permits.