Electronic Building Permits Maryland

Submit Building Permits Electronically In Maryland 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:

  • Accela®
  • E-Trakit®
  • MobilEyes®
  • EnerGov®
  • CivicPlus®
  • CitizenAccess®

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MARYLAND BUILDING PERMITS

Electronic Building Permits in Maine

The ePermit application process in Maine requires an electronic application to be submitted along with ePlans. To help you better navigate the online building permit process, we have compiled everything you need to know below.

Who Needs an Online Building Permit in Maine?

Contactors, homeowners or architects that are looking to begin any of the following projects must submit their ePermit application to the state of Maine:

  • Residential and commercial construction
  • Residential and commercial renovation
  • Additions to existing structures
  • Electrical, plumbing and mechanical work
  • Work involving fire safety and sprinklers

What Must be Submitted for an Electronic Building Permit in Maine?

The three essential documents that must be submitted for all ePermit applications in Maine are for plan review are:

  • Plan review fee 
  • A completed Application for Plan Review
  • Complete construction documents either submitted electronically through ePlans 

The completed construction eDocuments must include:

  • Plans and specifications certified by a licensed design professional
  • code record
  • Structural calculations
  • Special Inspection and Testing Agreement signed by all parties.
  • Geotechnical report
  • Energy code compliance forms and/or a compliance summary

What Happens if eDocuments are Missing in My Submission?

If you are missing eDocuments in your application, it will be marked as incomplete and you will be notified about the missing documents through the portal. If the materials are not received within 30 days, your Maine online building permit application will be cancelled.

The Maine Building Permit Review Process

Once your full application is received, the Review Board will provide a report that includes any deficiencies or questions that must be addressed for the plan to be approved for construction through the online portal.

It takes several days to complete the review and once all items have been addressed, you will receive correspondence signifying “plan review complete”. At this point, you will receive a copy of your Electronic Building Permit in Maine via the permitting portal.

Receive Your Minnesota ePermit Quickly

As the Minnesota online building permit process requires different documentation than the traditional applications, it is recommended that both contractors and homeowners use a permit expediting company to manage the process.

Service First Permits will save you time, money and stress by organizing and submitting your ePermit application correctly, resulting in a timely issuance of your Maine building permit.

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Maryland cities we are currently submitting electronically to.

414 14th St, Suite 50
Denver, CO 80202

4400 Keller Ave, #369
Oakland, CA 94605

888.755.2469
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