Commercial Interior Use 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 Interior: Additional Interior Space (with existing, valid Use and Occupancy); General Interior Work (with existing, valid Use and Occupancy); Indoor Pool; Interior Elevator; Racking
  • Work Description for Commercial Interior — Walk-Through:  General Interior Work (with existing, valid Use and Occupancy); Interior Demolition

Commercial Interior — Not a Walk-Through:  Documents/Approvals Required

Submittal Requirements without a New Use and Occupancy:
  • Architectural Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed
  • Structural Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed (if applicable)
  • Electrical Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed (if applicable)
  • Mechanical Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed (if applicable)

Commercial Interior — Walk-Through:  Documents/Approvals Required

Requirements without a New Use and Occupancy:
  • Architectural Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed
  • Structural Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed (if applicable)
  • Electrical Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed (if applicable)
  • Mechanical Drawings — Original Signature and Sealed (if applicable)

Reviews Needed


  • Health
  • Electrical
  • Mechanical
  • Fire
  • Structural
  • Site
  • CIP (for CI, if applicable)

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.

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.
  • TPIP May Be Required.