building official

building official

An official designated by the appointing authority, whatever his official title, to enforce the provisions of the applicable building code and other applicable laws.
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According to building official, four firms including M/S Haji Ghulam Yaseen, M/S Zubair and company, M/S Munir Ahmad and M/S Javed Iqbal and company would participate in the tenders.
They included Guido Mazza, chief building official for the City of Greater Sudbury; Victoria LaChapelle, plans examiner for the City of Sudbury; Brock Sanftenberg, building inspector for the City of Sudbury; Francois Couture, co-ordinator of plans examinations and bylaw enforcement officer for the City of Sault Ste.
Penalties for non-compliant establishment include verbal and written warning from the City Building Official on first offense; a P5,000 fine for the second offense; and cancellation of business permit for third offense.
Low SE; Michael Nugent, building official for the City of Rock Hill, S.C.; and, Ravi Shah, Associate AIA, director of Development Services for the City of Carrollton, Texas.
The 199,25-square-foot wing on the east end of the existing hospital would replace a medical office building that will be demolished and would be larger than the existing hospital, said Reginald Fuller, building official at the city of Idaho Falls.
Our chief building official has examined it at length, but we'd like to have a copy for our files."
He noted that Andre Gravelle, Chief Building Official, and himself have been working on the sign by-law and when that was finished, they would start work on the vacant building by-law which could be late 2014 or early 2015.
In addition to reasons for the codes, Underwood (chief building official, Norfolk, VA) covers careers in code compliance, the most common violations, and the various types of inspections.
Unfortunately, the author is right on point in his statement that no building official would ever give a waiver to increase the LPDs for a facility based on any reason, including age of the occupants.
"Many jurisdictions use this type of approach," said Jim Tinner, Bellingham's building official. "It saves time and money for the customer for simple projects such as repairs, dormers, uncovered decks and non-structural remodels."
The notice, usually invoked to shutter blighted properties, was issued by Miami building official Mariano Fernandez after factions within the building complained loudly enough about their weather-beaten windows that he declared the ultra-posh tower unsafe.
When it was first proposed, the developers obtained a certificate of zoning compliance from the city's building official. According to the report, public opposition to the proposal arose, and the director of the Department of Planning and Redevelopment revoked the certificate.

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