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No, a separate submittal is not required. It is part of the building permit review; however, separate building permits will be issued for sprinklers/alarms.
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The sprinkler/fire alarm drawings are submitted in a separate building permit application for approval of sprinklers/alarms.
Just information regarding existing/proposed fire protection systems should be included on the building permit drawing. A separate building permit needs to be obtained as per question #2.
The Sprinkler/Fire Alarm Building Permit application should be submitted to DPIE.
No, the building permit has to be issued first. For more information and requirements, visit DPIE’s website page on Third Party Review Program for Fire & Life Safety.
The estimated timeframe for processing and issuing sprinkler/fire alarm building permits is approximately 5 business days.