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Permit Issued - 2/22/2019 12:00:00 AM.

General Information:
Type2019 Building Combo
Sub TypeNew Residential
TitleNAP 8TH AND MAIN.LLC
DescriptionBUILDING PERMIT FOR A NEW 13 STORY, 125 UNIT RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT BUILDING / RESIDENTIAL AMENITIES AND WHITE BOX COMMERCIAL SPACE ON THE FIRST FLOOR, ROOF TERRACE ON LEVEL 13+ HVAC
Location721 MAIN ST
Parcel Number007900010029
Key Dates:
Applied DateFriday, December 21, 2018
Current StatusISSUED
Status as of 

Approvals:

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12-BPE-Plans Exam APPRVL (Required)
ROUTED FOR REVIEW12/21/2018
Comments:
ROUTING SCREEN UPDATED - BPE
7-Permit Assigned to BPE (Required)
Approved12/24/2018
8-BPE - Review Begun (Required)
Review Started1/10/2019
10-DENIED BPE -Additionl Info Req (Optional)
Task Complete1/10/2019
11-BPE Review Letter Comments (Optional)
Letter Sent1/10/2019
Comments:
1. OBC 1004.2.3; Calculate the occupant load. Itemize the occupant load for each use on each floor and pprovide the sub totals for each floor and a grand total for the building.

2. OBC 106.1.1, Sheet C200, NW corner of the site. The exterior grade cannot be higher than the finish floor elevation as the door will not be able to swing out over the required landing.

3. OBC 106.1.1; Partition type C is not being specified for the transformer rooms per the Duke Energy Requirements.

4. OBC 3006.3; Show that the elevator lobies are enclosed by smoke partitions. Show and identify any rated bulkheads above the elevator lobby doors.

5. ICC/ANSI A117.1 2009, Indicate the height of the roof terrace counter tops.

6. OBC Are the roof and gutters of the adjacent building sized to handle the increased run-off from the South wall?

7. OBC 106.1.1(7); Detail the roof terrace guard rail and its attachment to the structure.

8. OBC Detail 6/A411 abd sumilar. Provide a thermal barrier to protect the foam.

9. ICC/ANSI A117.1 2009, 1104.11.3.1.1; Identify the removable cabinetry in all toilet rooms of Type B units as noted by drawing note 7. The Type B unit toilet rooms are not tagged.

10. OBC 106.1.1(9), 1010.1.9.7, 1010.1.9.8, 1010.1.9.9; Identify all door numbers on the floor plans and make sure they relate to the numbers on the door schedule. Identify by symbol all access and egress controlled door hardware components by symbol on the building floor plans. Identify the sequence of operation and show that all such doors comply with the appropriate code section.

11. OBC 716.5.9, 716.5.9.1; All spring hinged doors shall close with sufficient force to provide positive latching or they shall not be permitted.

12. OBC 710.5.1, 710.1; Elevator lobby doors shall have the capability to resist the passage of smoke.

13.
11-BPE Review Letter Comments (Optional)
Letter Sent1/10/2019
Comments:
1. OBC 1004.1.2; Calculate the occupant load. Itemize the occupant load for each use on each floor and provide the sub totals for each floor and a grand total for the building.

2. OBC 106.1.1, 1010.1.5; Sheet C200, NW corner of the site. The exterior grade cannot be higher than the finish floor elevation as the door will not be able to swing out over the required landing.

3. OBC 106.1.1; Partition type C is not being specified for the transformer rooms per the Duke Energy Requirements.

4. OBC 3006.3; Show that the elevator lobies are enclosed by smoke partitions. Show and identify any rated bulkheads above the elevator lobby doors.

5. ICC/ANSI A117.1 2009, Fig. 308.3.2; Indicate the height of the roof terrace counter tops.

6. CBC 1101- 19.4, Are the roof and gutters of the adjacent building sized to handle the increased run-off from the South wall?

7. OBC 106.1.1(9), (12); Detail the roof terrace guard rail and its attachment to the structure.

8. OBC 2603.4; Detail 6/A411 and similar. Provide a thermal barrier to protect the foam.

9. ICC/ANSI A117.1 2009, 1104.11.3.1.1; Identify the removable cabinetry in all toilet rooms of Type B units as noted by drawing note 7. The Type B unit toilet rooms are not tagged.

10. OBC 106.1.1(9), 1010.1.9.7, 1010.1.9.8, 1010.1.9.9; Identify all door numbers on the floor plans and make sure they relate to the numbers on the door schedule. Identify by symbol all access and egress controlled door hardware components by symbol on the building floor plans. Identify the sequence of operation and show that all such doors comply with the appropriate code section.

11. OBC 716.5.9, 716.5.9.1; All spring hinged doors shall close with sufficient force to provide positive latching or they shall not be permitted.

12. OBC 710.5.1, 710.1; Elevator lobby doors shall have the capability to resist the passage of smoke.

13. OBC 106.1.1(3); Where is the elevator penthouse plan located?








14. OMC 602, 602.2.1, 602.2.1.7, 601.5; If appartment and other unit furnaces do not have hard ducted returns when loacted in closets. the closet shall be treated as a plenum and all materials in the closets shall meet the requirements for plenums.

15. OMC 403.2; Specifically identify and label all outdoor air sources and ducts for the individual dwelling units and cooridor ventilation air.

16. OBC 717.5.3, 3006.3 part 2, 710.8; Provide fire/smoke dampers where the trash room exhaust duct penetrates the trash chute shaft wall. Provide smoke protection where the elevator lobby supply duct penetrates the smoke partitions.

17. OMC 601.5; Return air shall not be taken from the corridor through the closet to the corridor ventilation equipment unless it is hard ducted.

18. OBC 106.1.1(15) Identify all transfer grilles providing make-up air for residential dryers in the dwelling units.

19. OBC 106.1.1, 909.21, 1705.18; Clarify if the elevator shafts are being pressurized or or exhaust ventilated. Add the testing of the pressurized stairways to the Statement of Special Inspections.

20. OBC 106.1.1(15), 106.2.1, 1013; Complete the electrical plans. Coordinate the electrical and building floor plans. Provide exit signs at the garage exterior exit door and transformer room service corridor and exterior door. Remove the 'NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION' from all electrical drawings. Professionally seal all electrical drawings.

21. OBC 1008; Identify by symbol all night light fixtures and fixtures connected to the emergency means of egress lighting system.

22. OBC 907.2.11.2, 907.2.11.5; Provide smoke alarms in all sleeping alcoves of efficiency dwellings where separate by the 6 foot walls. Verify that all smoke alarms are shown on the plans. Will they also be shown on the electrical drawings?

23. CBC 1101-17.3: A separate permit submittal shall be required for the sprinkler system. Remove the sprinkler drawings and calculations from the current submittal package.

24. CBC 1101-87.1: Provide an accurate estimated cost of work on the HVAC Permit Application.
9-Front Counter- Revisn Processd (Optional)
Approved2/5/2019
Comments:
REV MADE/REPLACED SHEETS/ADD HVAC APPL/2 TO SMC/1 DISK IMPORTED/FEE REQ'D
12-BPE-Plans Exam APPRVL (Required)
REVISION2/5/2019
Comments:
REV MADE
12-BPE-Plans Exam APPRVL (Required)
Approved2/11/2019
14-ZPE- Zoning Plan Exam APPRVL (Required)
ROUTED FOR REVIEW12/21/2018
Comments:
ROUTING SCREEN UPDATED - ZPE
137-Record Assigned to ZPE (Optional)
Approved12/21/2018
14-ZPE- Zoning Plan Exam APPRVL (Required)
Approved1/8/2019
Comments:
Plans match HCB approved plans.
138-ZPE - Review Begun (Optional)
Review Started1/8/2019
Comments:
ENTERED WHEN ITEM 14 ENTERED
14-ZPE- Zoning Plan Exam APPRVL (Required)
REVISION2/5/2019
Comments:
REV MADE
14-ZPE- Zoning Plan Exam APPRVL (Required)
Approved2/11/2019
Comments:
Plans match HCB approved plans.
139-DENIED ZPE -Additionl Info Req (Optional)
No information availablen/a
133-ZPE Review Letter Comments (Optional)
No information availablen/a
50-DOTE Permit & License Center (Required)
ROUTED FOR REVIEW12/21/2018
Comments:
ROUTING SCREEN UPDATED - DOTE
50-DOTE Permit & License Center (Required)
Disapproved1/14/2019
Comments:
Add a note that the canopy will be under aseparate permit or an engineering change after the Revocable Street Privilege is a fully executed contract.
50-DOTE Permit & License Center (Required)
Approved1/15/2019
50-DOTE Permit & License Center (Required)
REVISION2/5/2019
Comments:
REV MADE
50-DOTE Permit & License Center (Required)
Approved2/7/2019
40-Fire Division (Required)
ROUTED FOR REVIEW12/21/2018
Comments:
ROUTING SCREEN UPDATED - FIRE
40-Fire Division (Required)
Approved12/24/2018
40-Fire Division (Required)
REVISION2/5/2019
Comments:
REV MADE
40-Fire Division (Required)
Disapproved2/6/2019
Comments:
The owner is required to provide a site plan with the fire hydrants shown that are within 50 feet of one Fire Department Connection. This is in addition to there being two readily accessible fire hydrants within 400 feet of all parts of your proposed structure.

The minimum GPM requirements for your project is: 1000 GPM at 20 PSI

Please call me with any questions,
Fredrick A. Prather, District Fire Chief
Cincinnati Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau
805 Central Avenue Suite 400
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: (513) 357-7595, Fax: (513) 357-7579, Cell: (513)-678-1980
fred.prather@cincinnati-oh.gov
Make today a great day!

Cincinnati Fire Prevention Code

§ 1229-5. Location of Buildings and Structures.

(A) Except as provided in Sections 1229-5(B) and (C), all buildings and structures shall be so located that all parts thereof are not more than 400 feet from not less than two readily accessible public or private fire hydrants.

Ohio Fire Code
(L) Section 912 Fire department connections
(1) 912.1 Installation. Fire department connections shall be installed in accordance with the NFPA standard applicable to the system design and shall comply with paragraphs (L)(2)( 912.2 ) to (L)(6)( 912.6 ) of this rule.
Exceptions: Fire department connections are not required for:
1. Limited area sprinkler systems supplied from the domestic water system.
2. Automatic sprinkler systems having less than twenty sprinklers.
(2) 912.2 Location. With respect to hydrants, driveways, buildings and landscaping, fire department connections shall be so located that fire apparatus and hose connected to supply the system will not obstruct access to the buildings for other fire apparatus. The location of the fire department connections shall be approved by the fire code official. After approving the location of the fire department connection(s), the fire code official shall submit this approval to the building code official of the certified building department having jurisdiction.
(a) 912.2.1 Visible location. Fire department connections shall be located on the street side of buildings, fully visible and recognizable from the street or nearest point of fire department vehicle access or otherwise approved by the fire code official. If the fire code official approves a fire department connection location that does not meet the above criteria, the fire code official shall provide this input to the building code official of the certified building department having jurisdiction.
(b) 912.2.2 Existing buildings. On existing buildings, wherever the fire department connection is not visible to approaching fire apparatus, the fire department connection shall be indicated by an approved sign mounted on the street front or on the side of the building. Such sign shall have the letters "FDC" at least 6 inches (152 mm) high and words in letters at least 2 inches (51 mm) high or an arrow to indicate the location. All such signs shall be subject to the approval of the fire code official.
(3) 912.3 Access. Immediate access to fire department connections shall be maintained at all times and without obstruction by fences, bushes, trees, walls or any other fixed or moveable object. Access to fire department connections shall be approved by the fire code official.
Exception: Fences, where provided with an access gate equipped with a sign complying with the legend requirements of paragraph (L)(4)( 912.4 ) of this rule and a means of emergency operation. The gate and the means of emergency operation shall be approved by the fire code official and maintained operational at all times.
(a) 912.3.1 Locking fire department connection caps. The fire code official is authorized to require locking caps on fire department connections for water-based fire protection systems where the responding fire department carries appropriate key wrenches for removal. The fire code official shall notify the building official of the requirement for locking fire department connection caps.
(b) 912.3.2 Clear space around connections. A working space of not less than 36 inches (762 mm) in width, 36 inches (914 mm) in depth and 78 inches (1981 mm) in height shall be provided and maintained in front of and to the sides of wall-mounted fire department connections and around the circumference of free-standing fire department connections, except as otherwise required or approved by the fire code official. The fire code official shall notify the building code official of the certified building department having jurisdiction of any conditions approved by the fire code official that exceed the minimum requirements contained in this paragraph.
(c) 912.3.3 Physical protection. Where fire department connections are subject to impact by a motor vehicle, vehicle impact protection shall be provided in accordance with paragraph (L)(312) of rule 1301:7-7-03 of the Administrative Code.
(4) 912.4 Signs. A metal sign with raised letters at least 1 inch (25 mm) in size shall be mounted on all fire department connections serving automatic sprinklers, standpipes or fire pump connections. Such signs shall read: "AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS" or "STANDPIPES" or "TEST CONNECTION" or a combination thereof as applicable. Where the fire department connection does not serve the entire building, a sign shall be provided indicating the portions of the building served.
(5) 912.5 Backflow protection. The potable water supply to automatic sprinkler and standpipe systems shall be protected against backflow as required by the plumbing code as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code.
(6) 912.6 Inspection, testing and maintenance. All fire department connections shall be periodically inspected, tested and maintained in accordance with NFPA 25 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code.
(M) Section 913 Fire pumps
(1) 913.1 General. Where provided, fire pumps shall be installed in accordance with this paragraph and NFPA 20 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code.
(a) 913.1.1 Minimum suction pressure to be maintained. When a fire pump is installed, the "Ohio Environmental Protection Agency" requires the installation of a low pressure cut-off or a low suction throttling valve to ensure that a minimum of 10 psi is maintained in the suction line while the pump is operating in accordance with rule 3745-95-07 of the Administrative Code.
(2) 913.2 Protection against interruption of service. The fire pump, driver and controller shall be protected in accordance with NFPA 20 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Codeagainst possible interruption of service through damage caused by explosion, fire, flood, earthquake

Thanks

Fredrick A. Prather, District Fire Chief
Cincinnati Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau
805 Central Avenue Suite 400
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
fred.prather@cincinnati-oh.gov
Phone: (513) 357-7595, Fax: (513) 357-7579, Cell: (513)-678-1980 Pager (513) 343-1735
Make it a great day!

40-Fire Division (Required)
Disapproved2/6/2019
Comments:
The owner is required to provide a site plan with the fire hydrants shown that are within 50 feet of one Fire Department Connection. An additional FDC is required since the building is a high-rise. This is in addition to there being two readily accessible fire hydrants within 400 feet of all parts of your proposed structure.

The minimum GPM requirements for your project is: 1000 GPM at 20 PSI

Please call me with any questions,
Fredrick A. Prather, District Fire Chief
Cincinnati Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau
805 Central Avenue Suite 400
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: (513) 357-7595, Fax: (513) 357-7579, Cell: (513)-678-1980
fred.prather@cincinnati-oh.gov
Make today a great day!

Cincinnati Fire Prevention Code

§ 1229-5. Location of Buildings and Structures.

(A) Except as provided in Sections 1229-5(B) and (C), all buildings and structures shall be so located that all parts thereof are not more than 400 feet from not less than two readily accessible public or private fire hydrants.

Ohio Fire Code
(L) Section 912 Fire department connections
(1) 912.1 Installation. Fire department connections shall be installed in accordance with the NFPA standard applicable to the system design and shall comply with paragraphs (L)(2)( 912.2 ) to (L)(6)( 912.6 ) of this rule.
Exceptions: Fire department connections are not required for:
1. Limited area sprinkler systems supplied from the domestic water system.
2. Automatic sprinkler systems having less than twenty sprinklers.
(2) 912.2 Location. With respect to hydrants, driveways, buildings and landscaping, fire department connections shall be so located that fire apparatus and hose connected to supply the system will not obstruct access to the buildings for other fire apparatus. The location of the fire department connections shall be approved by the fire code official. After approving the location of the fire department connection(s), the fire code official shall submit this approval to the building code official of the certified building department having jurisdiction.
(a) 912.2.1 Visible location. Fire department connections shall be located on the street side of buildings, fully visible and recognizable from the street or nearest point of fire department vehicle access or otherwise approved by the fire code official. If the fire code official approves a fire department connection location that does not meet the above criteria, the fire code official shall provide this input to the building code official of the certified building department having jurisdiction.
(b) 912.2.2 Existing buildings. On existing buildings, wherever the fire department connection is not visible to approaching fire apparatus, the fire department connection shall be indicated by an approved sign mounted on the street front or on the side of the building. Such sign shall have the letters "FDC" at least 6 inches (152 mm) high and words in letters at least 2 inches (51 mm) high or an arrow to indicate the location. All such signs shall be subject to the approval of the fire code official.
(3) 912.3 Access. Immediate access to fire department connections shall be maintained at all times and without obstruction by fences, bushes, trees, walls or any other fixed or moveable object. Access to fire department connections shall be approved by the fire code official.
Exception: Fences, where provided with an access gate equipped with a sign complying with the legend requirements of paragraph (L)(4)( 912.4 ) of this rule and a means of emergency operation. The gate and the means of emergency operation shall be approved by the fire code official and maintained operational at all times.
(a) 912.3.1 Locking fire department connection caps. The fire code official is authorized to require locking caps on fire department connections for water-based fire protection systems where the responding fire department carries appropriate key wrenches for removal. The fire code official shall notify the building official of the requirement for locking fire department connection caps.
(b) 912.3.2 Clear space around connections. A working space of not less than 36 inches (762 mm) in width, 36 inches (914 mm) in depth and 78 inches (1981 mm) in height shall be provided and maintained in front of and to the sides of wall-mounted fire department connections and around the circumference of free-standing fire department connections, except as otherwise required or approved by the fire code official. The fire code official shall notify the building code official of the certified building department having jurisdiction of any conditions approved by the fire code official that exceed the minimum requirements contained in this paragraph.
(c) 912.3.3 Physical protection. Where fire department connections are subject to impact by a motor vehicle, vehicle impact protection shall be provided in accordance with paragraph (L)(312) of rule 1301:7-7-03 of the Administrative Code.
(4) 912.4 Signs. A metal sign with raised letters at least 1 inch (25 mm) in size shall be mounted on all fire department connections serving automatic sprinklers, standpipes or fire pump connections. Such signs shall read: "AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS" or "STANDPIPES" or "TEST CONNECTION" or a combination thereof as applicable. Where the fire department connection does not serve the entire building, a sign shall be provided indicating the portions of the building served.
(5) 912.5 Backflow protection. The potable water supply to automatic sprinkler and standpipe systems shall be protected against backflow as required by the plumbing code as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code.
(6) 912.6 Inspection, testing and maintenance. All fire department connections shall be periodically inspected, tested and maintained in accordance with NFPA 25 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code.
(M) Section 913 Fire pumps
(1) 913.1 General. Where provided, fire pumps shall be installed in accordance with this paragraph and NFPA 20 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code.
(a) 913.1.1 Minimum suction pressure to be maintained. When a fire pump is installed, the "Ohio Environmental Protection Agency" requires the installation of a low pressure cut-off or a low suction throttling valve to ensure that a minimum of 10 psi is maintained in the suction line while the pump is operating in accordance with rule 3745-95-07 of the Administrative Code.
(2) 913.2 Protection against interruption of service. The fire pump, driver and controller shall be protected in accordance with NFPA 20 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Codeagainst possible interruption of service through damage caused by explosion, fire, flood, earthquake

Thanks

Fredrick A. Prather, District Fire Chief
Cincinnati Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau
805 Central Avenue Suite 400
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
fred.prather@cincinnati-oh.gov
Phone: (513) 357-7595, Fax: (513) 357-7579, Cell: (513)-678-1980 Pager (513) 343-1735
Make it a great day!

40-Fire Division (Required)
Approved2/14/2019
92-Historic Conservation (Required)
ROUTED FOR REVIEW12/21/2018
Comments:
ROUTING SCREEN UPDATED - HIST
92-Historic Conservation (Required)
Approved1/8/2019
Comments:
Plans match HCB approved plans.
92-Historic Conservation (Required)
REVISION2/5/2019
Comments:
REV MADE
92-Historic Conservation (Required)
Approved2/11/2019
Comments:
Plans match HCB approved plans.
60-MSD Eng-Building Permit Review (Required)
ROUTED FOR REVIEW12/21/2018
Comments:
ROUTING SCREEN UPDATED - MSD
60-MSD Eng-Building Permit Review (Required)
Approved12/24/2018
60-MSD Eng-Building Permit Review (Required)
REVISION2/5/2019
Comments:
REV MADE
60-MSD Eng-Building Permit Review (Required)
Approved2/6/2019
124-SMU Stormwater Eng Review (Required)
ROUTED FOR REVIEW12/21/2018
Comments:
ROUTING SCREEN UPDATED - SMU
124-SMU Stormwater Eng Review (Required)
Approved12/26/2018
Comments:
Site work approved under 2018P01085
124-SMU Stormwater Eng Review (Required)
REVISION2/5/2019
Comments:
REV MADE
124-SMU Stormwater Eng Review (Required)
Approved2/6/2019
Comments:
Site work approved under 2018P01085
80-Water Works Building Permit (Required)
ROUTED FOR REVIEW12/21/2018
Comments:
ROUTING SCREEN UPDATED - CWW
80-Water Works Building Permit (Required)
Cond. Approval12/24/2018
Comments:
SHELL PERMIT FOR A NEW 13 STORY, 125 UNIT RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT BUILDING. RESIDENTIAL AMENTITIES AND SHELL COMMERCIAL SPACE ON THE FIRST FLOOR, ROOF TERRACE ON LEVEL 13 + HVAC

Any existing water service branch on this property not to be used for this development must be properly disconnected at the owner's / developer's expense. Owner would be required to sign FOD paperwork authorizing removal of any existing water service branches before any new water service can be sold. Contact 513-591-7837

This is a Conditional Approval that applies ONLY to the building permit. Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) review of the building permit does not approve water service branches and meters that may be shown or not on the building permits plans. All proposed water service branches and meters are handled through a SEPARATE APPLICATION PROCESS by the owner's license and bonded plumber at the GCWW Engineering Division, Branch Service Section, 4747 Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45232, phone number (513) 591-7837. GCWW approval of this building permit is strictly limited to approval as to the general water availability as defined by GCWW at the street. Approval of this building permit does not grant or imply any approval to proposed LEED Certification / Green Initiative plans (cisterns, etc). In addition, GCWW does not approve of any private combination water lines (fire, domestic, irrigation), use of public water system as a makeup water source. Water service to any property is subject to all rules, regulations, and current practices and policies of the Greater Cincinnati Water Works.
80-Water Works Building Permit (Required)
REVISION2/5/2019
Comments:
REV MADE
80-Water Works Building Permit (Required)
Cond. Approval2/6/2019
Comments:
Conditional Approval assigned on 12/24/2018, please refer to the comments made on 12/24/2018.
The C of O and/or sale of the water service can be withheld if the conditions of the approval are not met.
98-CONTRACTOR REGISTERED (Required)
Approved2/20/2019
Comments:
GC X 03/02/20
HV X 12/31/19
99-FINAL COUNTER COMPLETE (Required)
Approved2/20/2019
Comments:
APPLICANT NOTIFIED BY EMAIL READY FOR PICK UP
No detailed information available for the approval of BPE - Adding Inspectns NA
1001-BPE-Additional Inspections Req (Optional)
Task Complete2/11/2019
1001-BPE-Additional Inspections Req (Optional)
Task Complete2/12/2019
1001-BPE-Additional Inspections Req (Optional)
Task Complete2/12/2019
1001-BPE-Additional Inspections Req (Optional)
Task Complete2/12/2019
1001-BPE-Additional Inspections Req (Optional)
Task Complete2/20/2019
1001-BPE-Additional Inspections Req (Optional)
Task Complete3/11/2019
No detailed information available for the approval of Engineering Changes
54-PLANS SCANNED (Optional)
Task Complete12/21/2018
Comments:
PLANS SCANNED FOR ROUTING

Inspections:

Items Approved:
The following table lists Items Approved: along with the most current action taken on the Item.Items may be linked to a history of prior comments.This list of comments can be viewed by clicking on the Item link if present.
ItemDate:ActionComments
1-RESET INSPECTION2/22/2019Inspection Approval Set 
Items Not Approved:
The following table lists Items Not Approved: along with the most current action taken on the Item.Items may be linked to a history of prior comments.This list of comments can be viewed by clicking on the Item link if present.
ItemDate:ActionComments
990-Final Permit Inspection8/13/2019COMMENTAttended site construction meeting fielded questions . Walked eite 10th floor pour completed stripping forms on columns
920-Final HVAC Inspection8/2/2019COMMENTsite walk and status update start to frame for 10th floor pour emergency standpipe is at the top of 7th floor after talking with pm next week it will be to floor 10.5
25-Foundation steel placement7/19/2019Partial Approval while on site electric volts are being poured
50-Firestoping Inspection6/4/2019Meeting met with Neyer supt reference floor fire rating inspection by ext panels . Inspection will be coordinated with fellow inspector SZ
27-Foundation Anchors6/4/2019Partial Approval 5th floor has been poured prep structural column forms for 6th floor elevation Altwitzig tech on site
21-Supervisor- Quality Control In5/7/2019COMMENTWalked the site with Darryl Edwards....... Went over the permits issued
40-Framing Inspection4/16/2019COMMENTmet with Jeff 2nd floor concrete pour in progress Alt Witzig Tech. on site
62-Special Inspection and Test4/1/2019COMMENTAltwitzig has been providing this Inspector with update Special Inspection Reports
5-Erosion Control in Place3/26/2019Partial Approval erosion control measures have been taken
Additional Items:

Note: Some of the Additional Items listed below may not be applicable to this particular project.and therefore may not require an Approval/Inspection.The requirement is determined by the department on a per permit basis for the project

Please contact the Department to obtain more details

The following table lists additional items linked to this project.

ItemDescription
1001 EXPIRED - Permit is expired
20 Soil Inspection
28 Damproofing/water proofing
900 Final Grading Inspection
910 Final Plumbing Inspection
982 MSD C of O Sign-off
983 CWW C of O Sign-off
984 SMU C of O Sign-off
998 Mech Permit Supvsr Apprvl
999 Supervisor Approval