Steel Building Systems, Inc
To apply for construction permits you will need:
1. Your property deed with the legal description of the property
2. The size and intended use for the structure
3. Structural plans certified and stamped by an engineer licensed in that state
4. Location of the building on the property
The building department makes sure your project meets all code, load, zoning, safety, size, aesthetic, and local requirements. They also check to be sure that your building location does not interfere with easements, watershed, setbacks, sewer lines, and so forth.
In most locations, building permitting is simple, straightforward process. You fill out an application for a permit, describing the details about the structure, its use, and the building’s location.
Once your application is approved, construction can begin.
However, in some areas meeting the requirements for building permits can be a lengthy process. This is especially true in some large metropolitan areas or in places with stringent seismic and wind load requirements.
High-occupancy structures like churches and large retail stores may also face a longer permitting process.
Obtaining proper construction permits remains the responsibility of the steel building buyer. However, RHINO does offer help. Our steel building specialists lend their expertise. Feel free to ask them for advice or information to smooth the permitting process for your RHINO steel building.
As stated earlier, permitting normally requires plans stamped by an engineer licensed in your state. Every RHINO order includes three sets of engineer-stamped plans with a Letter of Certification.
Beware of any metal building company that does not provide certified plans!
All soil and frost conditions vary from place to place. Most building departments also ask for certified foundation plans. RHINO supplies an anchor bolt plan for all structures. A civil engineer— and some concrete contractors— provide certified foundation plans for the building department.
Where permitting is a more extended process, RHINO offers a “permit hold” order. To insure your building meets all criteria, manufacturing of the structure is delayed until your permitting process is completed.
On a permit hold order, you receive plans for your building department after RHINO receives your order.
Your steel building order is protected from price increases after the order is released for manufacturing. Typically, these hold-for-approval orders deliver about five weeks after fabrication begins.
RHINO’s experienced and knowledgeable steel building specialists are available to guide you through the permitting process.
Please feel free to call RHINO toll free at 888.320.7466 with questions about requirements for building permits. We can provide you with information, assistance, expertise— and a fast, free quote.
Why wait? Call now and get your dream building project in motion.