Commercial Exterior Grading Case Types

Building Permit applications are completed online. Please go to the ePermits Online Portal and enter the information directly into the County’s Permitting System.


Work Descriptions


  • Work Description for Commercial Grading: Concrete Slab or Replacement (non-structural); Concrete Sidewalk; Concrete Steps; Gas Island; Handicap Ramp (concrete); Parking Lots; Pedestrian Walkway; Shed; Telecommunication Tower (unmanned cabinet)
  • Work Description for Commercial Grading — Walk-Through: Concrete Slab or Replacement (non-structural); Concrete Sidewalk; Concrete Steps; Gas Island; Handicap Ramp (concrete); Light Poles

Commercial Grading:  Not a Walk-Through


Documents/Approvals Required:
  • Site/Plot Plans — Original Signature and Sealed
  • Architectural Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed
  • Structural Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed
  • Electrical Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed (if applicable)

Commercial Grading with Use — Walk-Through/Commercial Grading — Walk-Through


Documents/Approvals Required:
  • Site/Plot Plans — Original Signature and Sealed
  • Architectural Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed
  • Structural Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed
  • Electrical Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed (if applicable)

Reviews Needed


  • Health
  • WSSC (Commercial Grading with Use — Walk-Through):  Approval Required for New Commercial Structures
  • M-NCPPC (not light poles)
  • Electrical
  • Mechanical
  • Fire
  • Structural
  • Site

Payment


For permit, license and bond fees, view the DPIE Fee Schedule. Customers are encouraged to pay online at ePayments. For alternate forms of payment, visit DPIE's Payments page.

  • ​Permit Fee =  ​view the DPIE Fee Schedule
  • Grading Fee​ = ​$
  • Use & Occupancy (if applicable)​​ ​= $ per discipline
  • ​​M-NCPPC (if applicable) ​= $

Note


All plans on this checklist must be provided at the time of permit application. Customers must comply with local municipalities and township requirements prior to starting construction.