Service Updates 2016 to 2011


Current Service Notice

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December 2016

PER12 Manual Appointment Requests Convert to a Email Submission Process
Beginning January 9, 2017, a new email submission process for the PER12 Manual Appointment Requests will launch. The Department’s Special Enforcement Program (SEP) Audit and Inspections Unit will no longer accept fax and drop-off submissions. PER12 forms will be accepted by email ONLY. This change will improve efficiency.

 

LAA Emergency Work Notification Process for Utility Company Gas Restoration
As of November 22, 2016, all Licensees filing for an Emergency Work Notification (EWN) for gas restoration from the utility company must send the EWN request to the LAA unit at DOBEWN@buildings.nyc.gov in order to receive an immediate receipt. This process should ONLY be used for notifications related to GAS EMERGENCY CONDITIONS.

 

After-Hours Variance Application Submissions Accepted Online Only
Effective December 5, 2016, After-Hours Variance (AHV) applications must be submitted online through the Department’s eFiling system. Drop-off submissions of manual AHV applications (PW5) will no longer be accepted at any borough office.

 

Sprinkler Systems Required in Animal Service Facilities
Local Law 78 of 2015 is retroactive and applies to all animal service facilities in existence on December 31, 2015 and such facilities must achieve compliance no later than December 31, 2016.

 

November

Updated OP128 Form
Section 3 of the OP128 form was updated to incorporate the option The updated form has a revision date of November 2016 in the bottom right corner. Effective December 21, 2016, only the updated OP128 form that specifies the new revision date will be accepted.

 

Manhattan Gas Emergency Work Notification
Effective Tuesday, November 22, 2016, Gas Test and Gas Finish self-certifications will no longer be allowed for work done in Manhattan. A physical inspection by the Department of Buildings will now be required. This will also apply for all emergency work requiring Gas Finish inspections in Manhattan. All other emergency work will continue to be accepted as a self-certification in DOB NOW: Inspections.

 

Available Services and Service Level Agreement Changes in the Administrative Enforcement Unit
Effective December 5, 2016, the Administrative Enforcement Unit (AEU) will institute changes to services and service level agreements.

 

Electrical Application Review (ED16A) Location Change
Effective December 23, 2016, the location for all Electrical Application Reviews (ED16A) will be NYC Department of Buildings 1 Centre Street (Municipal Building), 23rd Floor, Room 2337 – Service Counter, New York, NY 10007.

 

Changes to Elevator Door Monitoring System - Permit and Inspection
As per ASME A17.3 of 2002, as modified by Chapter K3 of Appendix K Section 3.10.12 of the New York City Building Code, all automatic passenger and freight elevators must provide a system to monitor and prevent automatic operation with faulty door contact circuits by January 1, 2020.

 

Gas Test and Gas Finish Self-Certifications Ending in Manhattan
Effective Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 8:00am, Gas Test and Gas Finish self-certifications will no longer be allowed for work done in Manhattan, a physical inspection witnessed by the Department of Buildings will be required.

 

Counter Service Protocol
All customers, who possess a DOB-issued ID card, are being reminded to be fully prepared before obtaining a service ticket at the kiosk. Beginning November 7, 2016 all DOB-issued ID card customers who appear at the service window unprepared, will be marked as such and may be subject to disciplinary action.

 

After-Hours Variance Application Submissions Accepted Online Only
Effective December 5, 2016, After-Hours Variance (AHV) applications must be submitted online through the Department’s eFiling system. Drop-off submissions of manual AHV applications (PW5) will no longer be accepted at any borough office.

 

October

Deactivation of Construction Trade Licenses
Effective October 6, 2016, the Department will allow the following licensees to deactivate their licenses while remaining active in their respective trades: Master Plumbers, Master Fire Suppression Piping Contractors, High Pressure Boiler Operating Engineers, Riggers, Sign Hangers, Oil Burners, Site Safety Managers, Hoist Machine Operators, Welders, and Private Elevator Agency Directors/Inspectors.

 

September

2016 New York City Energy Conservation Code (NYCECC)
2016 New York City Energy Conservation Code (NYCECC) Goes in to Effect October 3, 2016.

 

Correction to TR1 Form
A correction was made on the TR1 form and the revision date on the form was updated to August 2016. On the December 2014 version of the TR1 form, in section 7, there is a reference to the TR-1EN form, this is incorrect, and it should be the TR-8 form.

 

August

Builder Pavement Plans or Checklist in Lieu of Plans Required Before Requesting an Inspection in DOB NOW: Inspections
For all Builder Pavement Plan (BPP) applications, the BPP Plans or the Checklist in Lieu of Plans must be uploaded to DOB NOW: Inspections before an inspection may be requested.

 

Local Law 56 of 2016: Permit Fees for New Buildings and Alterations Updated
The Department is re-programing its systems to implement new fee changes specified in Local Law 56 of 2016, effective June 9, 2016. Permit fees will continue being calculated for new buildings (NB) and alterations using old rates until system updates are completed.

 

Revision to the Construction Superintendent Rule Includes Expanded Scope of Work and Duties
The duties and jobs types requiring a Construction Superintendent (CS) have been expanded in the recently published Rule 3301-02. The changes occur in two phases. Phase 1 outlines the duties of a CS and went into effect May 30, 2016. Phase 2 begins August 30, 2016 and outlines the job types requiring a Construction Superintendent.

 

Sprinkler Systems Required for Ambulatory Health Care and Animal Service Facilities
Owners of ambulatory health care facilities and animal service facilities (specified below) will be required to install sprinkler systems in these properties by December 31, 2016 as outlined in Local Law 78 of 2015.

 

PER11 Manual Appointment Request Forms Accepted by Email Only
Effective August 15, 2016, all PER11 (Manual Appointment Request forms) will be accepted by email only. Fax and drop-off submissions will no longer be accepted at any borough office.

 

July

DOB NOW: Safety Electronic Filing Registration
In accordance with the technology enhancements outlined in our Building One City plan, the Department of Buildings is preparing to launch DOB NOW: Safety, our new interactive web-based portal that will transform previously in-person and paper-based interactions into completely online experiences. Set to go live on September 12, 2016 for façade compliance filings, DOB NOW: Safety will allow licensed professionals and owners to submit their façade compliance filings online.

 

Façade Job Filings Not Available in BIS
In accordance with the technology enhancements outlined in our Building One City plan, the Department is preparing to launch DOB NOW: Safety, our new interactive web-based portal that will transform previously in-person and paper-based interactions into completely online experiences. Set to go live September 12, 2016 for façade compliance filings, DOB NOW: Safety will allow licensed professionals and owners to submit their façade compliance filings online.

 

June

Printing B-SCAN Job Stickers in Department Borough Offices Not Permitted
In August 2014, the Department converted BSCAN module that gave the public the ability to print their own job stickers. The change required Applicants and Filing Representatives to print B-SCAN job stickers through our NYC Development Hub online service at their own offices – reducing wait time to file at the Department’s Borough Offices.

 

Temporary Certificate of Occupancy Payments (TCO):
Change in Payment Location at 280 Broadway

Beginning Tuesday, July 5, 2016, the Department of Buildings will no longer be accepting payments for Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) payments on the 4th Floor at 280 Broadway.

 

UPK Projects: Construction, Plumbing, Electrical, Elevator and Boiler Inspections
The Department of Buildings has created a dedicated Inspection Request process for property owners and contractors participating in the City’s Universal Pre-K program.

 

May

Inspection Ready: Scenarios for Boiler Inspection Work-Type Requests
Effective May 20, 2016, Licensed Professionals requesting a boiler inspection on a job application containing a Boiler (BL), Fuel Burner (FB), and Fuel Storage (FS) work-type are required to only make a single request under the highest boiler work-type hierarchy.

 

Construction Superintendent Rule Revision: Expanded Scope of Work and Duties
1 RCNY 3301-02, effective May 30, 2016, expands the duties and changes the types of jobs requiring a Construction Superintendent (CS). Implementation of these changes will occur in two phases.

 

Elevator Application (ELV1) Form: Updates
Effective June 6, 2016 an updated Elevator Application (ELV1) form will be released.

 

Upcoming Special Programs: No-Penalty Retaining Wall, Deck and Porch Program
The Department’s Annual No-Penalty Programs for retaining walls, decks and porches will begin May 15 and end June 25, 2016. The unique program allows homeowners to request an inspection of their retaining wall, deck or porch without the issuance of violations.

 

Local Law 87/09: Process to Comply for Properties Undergoing Construction
Local Law 87/09 (LL87/09) requires owners of applicable, mixed-use and residential buildings to submit an Energy Efficiency Report (EER) once every ten years. Owners must submit an EER in the calendar year coinciding with the last digit of the tax block number for their building.

 

Available Services and Service Level Agreements Changes in the Administrative Enforcement Unit (AEU)
To better serve the public and meet the demands of the growing industry, AEU is restructuring our Customer Service Division and Service Level Agreements.

 

April

Inspection Ready: Owner PW1 Email Updates
As an owner, your jobs and permits will be linked to you based on the information in Section 6 of the Place of Assembly Application (PA1) or Section 26 of the Plan Work Applications (PW1). To make inspection requests and view results, the email address used to register for Inspection Ready must match the Email Address field in this section on the initial PW1 filed with the application.

 

General Liability Insurance Required for Shed and Scaffold Job Types
Effective May 16, 2016, contractors or licensees pulling permits for shed or scaffold job types, must meet General Liability Insurance requirements by presenting proof of their $1,000,000.00 insurance policy, in accordance with 1 RCNY 101-08.

 

General Liability Insurance Form Update (PGL1)
Effective May 16, 2016, the General Liability Insurance form (PGL1) will be updated to reflect that insurance agents, as well as insurance brokers, are able to validate General Liability Insurance.

 

Re-Inspections for Immediately Hazardous Violations (Class 1)
In order to have a Cease Use or Restore to Service condition lifted, the approved elevator agency under contract with the building must contact the Department for a re-inspection.

 

Gas Authorizations Not Available in BIS
Effective April 22, 2016 gas authorizations will no longer be available for review in Building Information Systems (BIS). To access gas authorizations, applicants/users must refer to Inspection Ready.

 

Filing Representative: 3-Year Registration Term
Effective May 1, 2016, the Department will begin transitioning all Filing Representative Registrations from a one (1) year term to a three (3) year term. This will impact new applicants and currently registered Filing Representatives. As a result, the renewal and issuance fees will increase to reflect the three (3) year term.

 

Improved Customer Service + Q-Matic System Enhancements
The Department is improving our customer service ticketing and queue management processes to better manage and provide quicker and more reliable service levels.

 

PILOT: PER11 Submission by Email
In an effort to improve efficiency and to decrease time spent waiting in line, the Department is launching a pilot for an alternative paperless process. PER11 form requests can now be accepted in person at the Borough Office, by fax, or by email.

 

Elevators: Weekend Inspection Blitz
Throughout April, the Elevator Inspectorial staff will be available during weekends to perform full test inspections on new or replaced elevators. To reserve a weekend test, submit a request for inspection in Inspection Ready and make the expedited test inspection payment with the 4th floor cashier at 280 Broadway.

 

March

Inspection Ready: Bulk Delegation Owners, Applicants and Permit Holders Can Now Delegate Multiple Users Simultaneously
The Inspection Ready Delegation feature allows Owners, Job Applicants and Permit Holders to designate rights to other people, such as Filing Representatives, to take certain actions. Only registered Inspection Ready account users are eligible to become Delegates. Individuals who wish to become Delegates but have not registered, should follow the registration instructions in the Account Registration and Management user manual.

 

Requesting Records from Off-Site Storage: New Hold Policy
In an effort to standardize record retention policies and improve the tracking of Department records, all records requested from off-site storage will be held in the Records Unit for a maximum of 15 business days, effective immediately.

 

Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Panel Installation Projects Sloped Roof Definition Update
Effective January 1, 2016, most small-scale Solar PV Panel Installation projects filing for Tax Abatement have become eligible for Professional Certification through Hub Self Service.

 

Installation of Drywells for Storm Water Disposal: Advance Notice and Inspection No Longer Required
Effective immediately, the Department no longer requires advance notification of a drywell installation. Additionally, the required Department inspections and spot checks done during an installation are no longer required. All other installation requirements remain.

 

Local Law 84/2009: Issuance of Department of Buildings (DOB) Violations for Non-Compliance
Owners are required to perform annual analyses of a property’s total energy use on specific building types in New York City. The benchmarking reports must be submitted electronically by May 1 each year. These requirements are outlined in NYC Administrative Code §28-309.4.

 

Immediately Hazardous (Class 1) Civil Penalty Violations: New Payment Method
Beginning March 14, 2016, the Department will accept payments by credit card for Immediately Hazardous (Class 1) civil penalty violations. These civil penalties are pursuant to the New York City Administrative Code §28-219.1.

 

NYC Energy Conservation Code (NYCECC): Issuance of Department of Buildings Violations (returnable to the Environmental Control Board - ECB) and Stop Work Orders for Energy Code Infractions
Beginning March 2016, the Department of Buildings (DOB) will issue DOB Violations (returnable to the ECB) and Stop Work Orders for Energy Code Infractions.

 

Limited Alteration Application (LAA): Intent to Revoke and Revoke Notifications
Effective March 21 2016, an Intent to Revoke or Revoke banner – in addition to the 'Open Issues’ banner – will now be visible in BIS on a Limited Alteration Application when the scope of work is considered non-code compliant, hazardous or egregious.

 

Demolition Submittal Document Requirements: Exemption from Plan Submission
The Department will no longer accept plan submissions for sites that are exempt from plan submission under the current Code. The exemptions are for plan submissions and not exemptions from the need to file a demolition application (DM).

 

February

Lifting Advance Notice Failed Spot Check Conditions
The Department’s Plumbing Enforcement Unit is responsible for conducting field spot checks of professionally certified Plumbing and Fire Suppression work types. When these spot check inspections fail, the Licensee is no longer able to submit professional certifications for that particular job. All tests/inspections associated with the failed spot check will automatically be resulted as failed.

 

Determination Review Requests: CCD1 and ZRD1 Forms Updated
CCD1 and ZRD1 forms have been updated to improve our review process. The updated forms require submittal of additional information so Determination Requests can be completed more quickly.

 

eFiling: New Enrollment Process for Professional Engineers and Registered Architects
Effective February 1, 2016, all Design Professionals (including individuals that hold an additional professional license and/or tracking number) must submit their Authentication/Enrollment Form for eFiling enrollment to the Limited Alteration Application (LAA)/Permit Renewal and Hub Authentication Unit in person or by mail.

 

January

Inspection Ready: Owner PW1 Email Updates
As an owner, your jobs and permits will be linked to you based on the information in Section 6 of the Place of Assembly Application (PA1) or Section 26 of the Plan Work Applications (PW1). To make inspection requests and view results, the email address used to register for Inspection Ready must match the “Email Address” field in this section on the initial PW1 filed with the application. This is a requirement and owners should verify this information before signing, approving, and submitting these documents to the Department.

 

Tenant Protection Plans: Available on BISWeb
Effective January 25, 2016, a stand-alone Tenant Protection Plan document must be submitted for all buildings being altered or demolished, containing one or more dwelling units that will remain occupied during construction.

 

New Crane Rule in Effect: CD1 Form Revised
Effective January 1, 2016, RS 19-2 has been repealed and replaced by Rule 3319-01. The new rule applies cranes, derricks, and dedicated pile drivers that operate within New York City.

 

Archived

eFiling: New Enrollment Process for Professional Engineers and Registered Architects
Effective February 1, 2016, all Design Professionals (including individuals that hold an additional professional license and/or tracking number) must submit their Authentication/Enrollment Form for eFiling enrollment to the Limited Alteration Application (LAA)/Permit Renewal and Hub Authentication Unit in person or by mail.

 

Inspection Ready: Requirements for Application Withdrawal, Change of Address, Place of Assembly and Letters of Completion
For jobs inspected after the launch of Inspection Ready, Final Inspection Reports printed from the system are required to complete at the Borough Offices.

 

Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Panel Installation Projects with Tax Abatement: Professional Certification
Effective January 1, 2016, most small-scale Solar PV Panel Installation projects filing for Tax Abatement will be eligible for Professional Certification through Hub Self Service.

 

Inspection Ready: Building Pavement Plan (BPP) Signoff Procedures
To improve our BPP signoff process, beginning January 2016 requests to sign off BPP jobs will be completed by the NYC Development Hub’s Inspection Services.

 

Inspection Ready: Cranes and Derricks Certifications
Beginning January 11, 2016 Owners, LPs, and their Delegates must use Inspection Ready to submit Mast Climber (MC-5) and Technical Report: Statement of Responsibility (CD-8/10E) certifications.

 

Inspection Ready: Pre-2014 Elevator Application (EA) or Elevator Building Notice (EBN) Applications
Some elevator applications submitted prior to January 1st, 2014 may not include all related devices on the Inspection Ready system.

 

Scaffold Safety: New E-mail Account
Effective immediately, The Scaffold Safety Team has a new e-mail address to request Stop Work Order re-inspections, Three Point and Corner Suspended Scaffolds Pre-inspections.

 

Improved Customer Service + Q-Matic System Enhancements
We are improving our customer service ticketing and queue management to provide you with quicker and more reliable service.

 

Inspection Ready: PE/RA Record Access
Effective immediately, Professional Engineers, Registered Architects and Applicants/Contractors have been given access to request inspections on all permits associated with their jobs.

 

Inspection Ready: Crane Owner Update
To request inspections and upload required documents, crane owners must be linked to their devices in Inspection Ready.

 

Hydrostatic Pressure Testing of Standpipes
The Department has compiled important information you should know about Hydrostatic testing of standpipes in new installations.

 

Online Payments: eChecks + Credit Cards

Beginning January 13, 2014, the Department will accept eChecks for all online fee payments. eCheck payments carry no convenience fee.

 

Reinstatement Fees: Expired Plans, Permits + Applications
Plans, permits and applications are not valid after their expiration date. You may be required to re-file or pay a reinstatement fee to complete a job after the plans, permits or applications have expired.

 

Certificate of Compliance for Service Equipment: Update
In accordance with §28-116.4.1 specified service equipment shall not be operated until the Department issues a Certificate of Compliance (formerly called the Equipment Use Permit).

 

Inspection Ready: System Launch & Inspection Downtime
While transitioning to the new Inspection Ready system there will be inspection downtime for some of our units.

 

Inspection Ready: Licensed Professional PIN Linking Instructions
As part of the technology enhancements outlined in our Building One City plan, the Department of Buildings is preparing for the launch of Inspection Ready, our new online inspection request and routing system, which is set to go live in late 2015.

 

Inspection Ready: Registration is Now Open!
In accordance with the technology enhancements outlined in our Building One City plan, the Department of Buildings is preparing to launch Inspection Ready, our new online inspection request and routing system set to go live in late 2015. In order to request inspections, you are required to register for an account.

 

Improved Customer Service + Q-Matic System Enhancements
We’re improving our customer service ticketing and queue management processes – to better manage and provide quicker and more reliable service levels.

 

Inspection Ready: In-Borough Support Kiosks
In accordance with the technology enhancements outlined in our Building One City plan, the Department of Buildings is preparing to launch Inspection Ready, our new online inspection request and routing system set to go live in late 2015. Inspection Ready will allow licensed professionals and owners to request development inspections online.

 

Debit Cards with Credit Card Logo Fee Payments: New Federal Requirement
As of October 1, 2015, federal regulations require compliance with new credit card industry chip technology. A PIN (Personal Identification Number) may be required to successfully process payments with this new technology.

 

Hoisting Rigging: Training + Certification Requirements
REMINDER: Local Law 141 of 2013 (The 2014 Construction Codes) requires individuals engaged in hoisting rigging work - and who are not employed by a licensed rigger - to complete Department approved training or possess Department approved national certification by July 1, 2016.

 

Inspection Ready: Industry Information Sessions
The Department of Buildings will host industry-specific information sessions throughout the month of November to demonstrate to industry professionals and licensees how to use the new Inspection Ready system coming in late 2015. Due to space limitations, advance registration is mandatory for all attendees.

 

Inspection Ready: Licensee & Owner Preparation
In accordance with the technology enhancements outlined in our Building One City plan, the Department of Buildings is preparing to launch Inspection Ready, our new online inspection request and routing system set to go live in late 2015..

 

Determination Review Requests: Update
To improve our review process, beginning September 28, 2015, requests to review NYC Construction Codes (CCD1) and Zoning Resolution (ZRD1) determinations will only be accepted by email at the below addresses.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Permit Applications for Enlargement of Existing Area
Under the NYC 2014 Construction Codes, enlargements filed on or after December 31, 2014 should be calculated by total construction costs only, and are no longer calculated using the square footage of the enlargement.

 

UPK Projects: Construction, Plumbing, Electrical, Elevator and Boiler Inspections
The Department of Buildings has created a dedicated inspection-request process for property owners participating in the City’s UPK program.

 

Articulating Boom Crane: Permitting and Licensing Requirements
Crane owners and operators are reminded of the following code requirements pertaining to articulating boom cranes (“knuckleboom cranes”).

 

Elevator Permit Applications + Category 3&5 Inspections: Electronic Submission
Beginning September 7, 2015, the Elevator Unit will accept requests for copies of outstanding Elevator Permit Applications and requests for copies of outstanding penalties for Category 3 & 5 Inspections (Look-up sheets) via email only. Customer Service representatives will no longer accept these requests in person and will direct constituents to email these inquiries.

 

Build it Back Program: Application + Permit Fees Waived
Application and permit fees are waived for owners whose properties were damaged in Hurricane Sandy and who are rebuilding or repairing their homes through the City’s Build it Back (BIB) program.

 

Alternative Safety Systems:
“Cocoon” and Climbing Concrete Form Work Construction Code Determination (CCD1) Not Required.

 

After-Hours Inspection: Phase Two
Effective immediately, the Department of Buildings is expanding the after-hour inspection initiative for development projects enrolled in the High Rise Program to include all permitted projects in the Bronx.

 

Special Inspection Agency Reporting Responsibilities:Hazardous Conditions and Discrepancies
Special Inspection Agencies are obligated to report inspection discrepancies and hazardous conditions in accordance with 1 RCNY 101-06 Section (b)(9).

 

Site Safety Plans: Electronic Submission
Effective August 10th, 2015, applicants can submit the Site Safety Plan (SSP) and coversheet electronically to the BEST Squad via email attachment. Drop off and pick up will no longer be necessary.

Department of Buildings expands Hub Full-Service Functions to Small Business Services
Small Business Services (SBS) Job Processing is now live! Architects, engineers and filing representatives can now file Alteration Type-2 and Type-3 applications online for smaller construction projects.

 

Lower Manhattan Construction + Truck Embargo - July 9, 2015 – July 10, 2015
In preparation of this year’s U.S.A Women’s Soccer Ticker Tape Parade, a Department of Buildings and Department of Transportation Special Event Construction Embargo will be in effect in areas throughout Lower Manhattan. Restrictions begin at 10pm on Thursday, July 9, 2015 and remain in effect through 5pm on Friday, July 10, 2015.

 

Site Safety Plan (SSP) Submission/Façade Alteration: New Filing Option for Professional Applicants
Professional applicants now have the option to file a Site Safety Plan (SSP) for typical façade alterations (restorations) as a professionally certified Alteration Type 3 (A3). Non-professional applicants will continue to submit filings to the BEST Squad for review.

 

Façade Inspection and Safety Program Extended!
Cycle 8 Early Filing Amnesty Program for Non-Compliant Owners

In the interest of public safety, the Department of Buildings is offering an Amnesty Program to owners who failed to file (No Report filed - NRF) a Façade Inspection Safety Report (FISP) during Cycle 7. The FISP Cycle 7 reporting period ended on February 20, 2015.

 

Customer Service Counter Hours
Effective immediately, the new hours of operation for customers who require tickets for the Construction, Electrical and Plumbing Units.

 

Retaining Walls: Inspection and Reporting Requirements
RCNY §103-09 and Local Law 37/08, effective January 1, 2014, requires owners of properties with a retaining wall or part of a retaining wall which is at least ten feet high and faces a public right of way such as a sidewalk or entrance must have a condition assessment of this wall conducted every five years and the assessment report submitted to the Department of Buildings by a licensed engineer who has a minimum of three years relevant experience.

 

Hazardous Formwork: Visual Observations
In addition to the inspections required by the contractor pursuant to BC 3305.3.3.1, a qualified observer shall perform visual observations of the formwork to validate general conformance with the design intent.

 

Limited Alteration Application (LAA): Renewals with the same BIS Number
Effective June 1, 2015, LAA/Permit Renewal and Hub Authentication Unit will now offer LAA Renewals with the same BIS number and a standard renewal fee of $100.00.

 

After-Hours Inspection: First Phase
Effective June 1, 2015, the Department of Buildings will launch an after-hour inspection initiative for development projects enrolled in the High Rise Program.

 

Additional Exit Stairway/Occupant Evacuation Elevator (OEE) Requirements
Under the 2014 NYC Construction Codes, new requirements for additional exit stairway/ occupant evacuation elevators (OEE) in all new non-residential buildings greater than 420 feet in height go into effect for applications filed beginning July 1, 2015. For more information see 2014 NYC Building Code §403.5.2.

 

Electrical Advisory Board: Submission Process
Applications for electrical installation of 1,000 KVA and above and requests for special permission and new material approvals can be dropped off daily at The Electrical Advisory Board, located at 1 Centre Street in Lower Manhattan from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

 

Special Inspection Agency Registration Renewals
Special Inspection Agency Registration Renewals begin May 13, 2015. The term of the special inspection agency registration is three years. Renewals begin on your birthday following the date of your initial registration.

 

Scaffold Safety: Site Safety Inspections for Façade Alterations
Effective March 2015, the Scaffold Safety Team will conduct routine safety inspections for façade alterations requiring site safety compliance. The BEST Squad is no longer responsible for conducting these inspections.

 

Flood-Resistant Construction: Raising or Moving a Building Under LL 29/13
New regulations are in effect for raising, lifting, elevating or moving buildings. This includes specific, required documents under Buildings Bulletin 2013-013 and Special Inspections requirements.

 

Benchmarking Reports: Violations for Non-compliance
Building owners required to perform annual analyses of their property’s total energy use must submit Benchmarking reports by May 1, 2015.

 

Façade Inspection and Safety Program: Cycle 8 Filing Begins February 21, 2015
The filing period for Façade Inspection Safety Program (FISP) Cycle 8 begins on February 21, 2015. Technical Reports filed under Cycle 8 must meet the below submission requirements.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Notification of Sidewalk Shed Removal
Under the 2014 NYC Construction Codes, new notification requirements are in effect for sidewalk shed removals. For more information, see 2014 NYC Building Code §3307.6.5.11.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes + RCNY: Façades
Façade projects requiring site safety plans – buildings 15 stories and higher – may now use a site safety manager, rigger, designated rigging foreman or qualified person to oversee site safety. See NYC Building Code §§3310, 3314.4 and 3316.9, and 1 RCNY 3310-01.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Notification of Suspended Scaffold Installation + Removal
Under the 2014 NYC Construction Codes, new notification requirements are in effect for suspended scaffold installations and removals.

 

Electronic Filing + BIS – System Maintenance
To support an upgrade of the B-SCAN system, the Department will be performing maintenance on its electronic filing systems and the Buildings Information System (BIS).

 

Elevator Unit: Category 1 Inspections + PVT Violations
Beginning January 15, 2015, the Elevator Unit will accept requests for Category 1 Look-up Sheets and copies of PVT Violations via email.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Electronic Filing – System Maintenance
To support the implementation of the 2014 NYC Construction Codes, the Department will be performing maintenance on its electronic filing systems and the Buildings Information System. Online filing and BIS will not be available beginning at 5pm on Tuesday, December 30. Service will resume at 7am on Wednesday, December 31.

 

2014 NYC Energy Conservation Code: Effective January 1, 2015
The 2014 New York City Energy Conservation Code (NYCECC) is expected to go into effect on January 1, 2015.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Exemptions – APPN 1/93 Superseded
On December 31, 2014, Administrative Policy and Procedures Notice (APPN) 1/93 will be superseded by Operational Bulletin 2014-027.

 

Elevator Inspections: Affirmation of Correction Report Deadline Extended
The deadline to file 2013 Affirmation of Correction reports has been extended to December 31, 2014. This extension applies to reports for unsatisfactory Category 1 inspections for the Calendar Year 2013 inspection cycle.

 

2014 Construction Codes: Limited Alteration Application Changes
The Limited Alteration Application/Permit Renewal Unit is leading a seminar regarding changes to the LAA form and filing process under the 2014 NYC Construction Codes, which go into effect on December 31, 2014. This seminar will focus on 2014 NYC Administrative Code §28-101.5.

 

PW1B Forms and Plans: Filings and Amendments
When submitting a Plan/Work application (PW1), applicants must include the PW1B (Schedule B) as part of the initial submission.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Demolitions

Beginning December 31, 2014, new changes will effect demolitions in New York City.


2014 NYC Construction Codes: Rigging

Effective December 31, 2014, new supervision requirements will be in effect for rigging operations occurring on the outside of a building.

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Suspended Scaffolds

Beginning December 31, 2014, new changes will effect suspended scaffolds installed in New York City.

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Sidewalk Shed Placement
Sidewalk sheds may not unreasonably obstruct buildings or public infrastructure and must be designed so that they do not overload the ground floor upon which they are supported.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Site Safety Notifications
Effective December 31, 2014, new site safety notification requirements will be in effect for site safety managers or site safety coordinators at major building projects.



2014 NYC Construction Codes: Accident and Incident Notification

Notification requirements for accidents and incidents are now included in the 2014 NYC Construction Codes. Please see 2014 NYC Building Code §3301.8 and §3302.1 for more information.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Special Inspection Agency Registration – UPDATED
The 2014 NYC Construction Codes’ effective date is now December 31, 2014. Beginning December 31, new Special Inspection categories, registration, and filing requirements will be in effect for Special Inspectors and Special Inspection Agencies (SIAs).

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: TR1 Requirements for Special Inspections + Special Inspection Agencies – UPDATED
The 2014 NYC Construction Codes’ effective date is now December 31, 2014. Beginning December 31, Special Inspectors and Special Inspection Agencies (SIAs) must comply with new registration, accreditation and TR1 form requirements.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: Updated PW1 Form
Effective December 31, applicants must use the 10/14 version of the PW1 form for all existing and new jobs, including Post Approval Amendments and subsequent filings for older jobs.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: New Plan/Work Application (PW1) Fee Exemption
The 2014 NYC Construction Codes will go into effect on December 31, 2014. Beginning December 31, the below revisions have been made to the Fee Exemption statements on the PW1 application.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: New Limited Alteration Application (LAA1 Form)
The 2014 NYC Construction Codes will go into effect on December 31, 2014. Beginning December 31, applicants must use the 10/14 version of the LAA1 form when filing limited alteration work.

 

Build it Back Program: Application + Permit Fees Waived
Application and permit fees are waived for owners whose properties were damaged in Hurricane Sandy and who are rebuilding or repairing their homes through the City’s Build it Back (BIB) program.

 

2014 NYC Construction Codes: December 31, 2014 Effective Date
Mayor Bill de Blasio has signed Local Law 52 of 2014, changing the 2014 NYC Construction Codes’ effective date to December 31, 2014.

 

Cranes + Derricks: Protocol for Erecting Tower Cranes
Before any tower crane may be erected, the applicant (crane engineer of record), third-party inspector and crane owner must submit a third-party inspection report to the Department of Buildings’ Cranes and Derricks Unit.

 

Lower Manhattan Construction + Truck Embargo - September 5 – September 11, 2014
In preparation of this year’s September 11th commemoration, a Department of Buildings and Department of Transportation Special Event Construction Embargo will be in effect in two areas of Lower Manhattan. Restrictions begin 6:00 pm on Friday, September 5, and are in effect through 6:00 pm on Thursday, September 11, 2014.

 

Electronic Filing Enhancement: Automated Printing for B-SCAN Job Stickers
Beginning August 11, 2014, applicants and filing representatives will be able to print B-SCAN job stickers from our NYC Development Hub online service – reducing wait time to file at the Department’s borough offices.

 

2014 Construction Codes: Seminars on LAA/Permit Renewal Changes
The 2014 NYC Construction Codes become effective on December 31. The Limited Alteration Application (LAA)/Permit Renewal Unit is hosting seminars to outline changes to the LAA form and filing process under the Local Law 141 of 2013 (NYC Administrative Code §28-101.5).

 

Demolition Filings + 2014 Construction Codes:  Waiver of Backfill and/or Foundation Removal
After a full demolition of a building, the requirement to remove the foundation and backfill a site may be waived. The below information outlines when a waiver may be possible under the 2014 Building Code, which goes into effect December 31, 2014.

 

Site Safety Managers + Site Safety Coordinators: Notification of Withdrawal or Temporary Substitution
The Department of Buildings has created a new email address to provide notification for withdrawals or temporary substitutions of a site safety manager (SSM) or site safety coordinator (SSC). This new address is BNotification@buildings.nyc.gov.

 

LAA Applications for Boiler Work: Deadline to Convert from Number 6 Heating Oil
To convert a boiler from number 6 heating oil to a cleaner burning fuel oil, applicants must submit a Limited Alteration Application to the Department of Buildings, and any boiler conversion to change to or to add natural gas requires the applicant to submit an amendment with NYC Department of Environmental Protection.

 

Environmental Restrictions: Upcoming Changes
Beginning June 18th, 2014, additional BIS Required Items will be auto-populated based on data from the Department of Environmental Protection Office of Environmental Remediation (OER).

 

Pre-Demolition Inspection Requirements
Full demolitions performed pursuant to DM filings currently require a pre-demolition inspection by the Department prior to the issuance of a DM permit.

 

Demolition Inspection and Sign-Off Requests
To enhance the processing of demolition inspection and sign-off requests the Department has set up a dedicated email account for these requests at bestdemosignoff@buildings.nyc.gov.

 

Personnel Hoist Filing Requirements
All elevator and Personnel hoist plans submitted to the Elevator Unit are professionally certified and must be constructed in compliance with the manufacturer’s specification as per chapter 33 section 18 of the NYC Building Code (2008).

 

Adhesive Anchor Certification Required
Soon, adhesive anchor installers will be required to be certified to install anchors in the horizontal or upwardly inclined position when the anchors are supporting sustained tension loads.

 

Improved Plan Review Process + New Plan Review Guidebook – NOW CITYWIDE
Beginning May 5, 2014, the pilot program to accept only complete drawings with each application will expand to all Department of Buildings reviews.

 

Annual Boiler Inspection Report (BO9/BO13)
To comply with new DEP regulations, effective May 1, 2014, all boiler inspections must be filed using the new BO9 DOB Boiler Inspection Report and/or the BO13 DOB Affirmation of Correction Report.

 

Filing Representative Training Course Extension
Filing Representative training courses will be extended through December 31, 2014.

 

Sprinklers and Standpipes: Construction Document + Shop Drawing Requirements
When installing sprinkler or standpipe systems, minimum requirements for construction documents and shop drawings are outlined in the NYC Building Code (BC) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Codes and Standards.

 

Flood-Resistant Construction: Raising or Moving a Building Under LL 29/13
New regulations are in effect for raising, lifting, elevating or moving buildings. This includes specific, required documents under Buildings Bulletin 2013-013 and Special Inspections requirements.

 

Structurally Compromised Buildings (SCBs): Inspection + Reporting Requirements
Within 60 days of a building being deemed Structurally Compromised, the owner must have a registered design professional perform an initial inspection. The design professional must submit an inspection report to the Department within 30 days after inspection.

 

Licensing + Registrations: Expansion of Online Renewal Payments
The Department has expanded the online renewal payment option.

 

Electrical Advisory Board – UPDATED
The Department has implemented a new, expedited review process for certain Electrical Advisory Board submissions.

 

Elevators: Inspection + Test Requirements – UPDATED
Effective January 1, 2014, new deadlines for elevator inspection and testing and new requirements for field inspection reports are in effect. For complete information, please read Local Law 141 of 2013.( §28-304.6.4, §28-304.6.5 and §28-304.6.6).

 

Licensing: Rigging/Sign Hanging Foreman Tear-Off Cards
Licensed riggers/sign hangers seeking to obtain a new rigging foreman tear-off card must provide a notarized letter and other supporting documentation to the Department’s Licensing Unit.

 

Customer Service Tickets: Central Inspections Transactions
Effective Monday, January 20, 2014, customers may perform four transactions per ticket at the Boiler and Elevator service windows.

 

Energy Code Compliance Reviews: New Procedures + Fees for NB and Alt1 Applications
Beginning January 13, 2014, all New Building and Alteration Type-1 applications will include a $220.00 review fee to reinforce compliance with the New York City Energy Conservation Code (NYCECC / Energy Code).

 

Online Payments: eChecks + Credit Cards
Beginning January 13, 2014, the Department will accept eChecks for all online fee payments. eCheck payments carry no convenience fee.

 

Resolved Private Elevator Violations: Quarterly Buildings Information System Updates
The Department’s Buildings Information System is updated quarterly to reflect resolved private elevator violations (PVT Violations).

 

Local Law 87 of 2009: Registering as an Energy Auditor/Retro-commissioning Agent
Local Law 87/09 gives individuals, who are not registered design professionals, the ability to register with the Department. Registered individuals may conduct energy audits and/or retro-commissioning and submit Energy Efficiency Reports (EER).

 

Local Law 87 of 2009: Applying for an Energy Efficiency Report Deferral
Local Law 87 of 2009 allows building owners who are otherwise required to submit an Energy Efficiency Report (EER) by December 31 to defer their filing. The deadline to file the Application to Defer Filing an Energy Efficiency Report is December 31.

 

Local Law 87/09: Filing Energy Efficiency Reports
Local Law 87/09 requires owners of applicable, mixed-use and residential buildings to submit an Energy Efficiency Report (EER) once every ten years. Owners must submit their EER in the calendar year coinciding with the last digit of the building’s tax block number.

 

West Side Safety Team – Launched
The West Side Safety Team is dedicated to large-scale, current and upcoming construction projects on Manhattan’s West Side. Coordinating with the Buildings Enforcement Safety Team and Department specialty units, West Side Safety Team inspectors will focus on cranes and derricks, excavations, scaffolds, and construction hoists at New Building, major alterations, and demolition projects.

 

Hub Full-Service Now Live
Hub Full-Service is now live! Architects, engineers and filing representatives can now file Alteration Type-2 and Type-3 applications online for smaller construction projects.

 

Filing Representative Training Courses
Effective October 21, 2013, training courses will be available, free of charge, to Class 1 Filing Representatives and Class 2 Code and Zoning Representatives. Filing Representatives must individually register for each training course via the online Filing Representative Training Course Scheduling Tool , located on the Department’s website.

 

3D Site Safety Plans: New Guidelines + Revit Objects for BIM
To assist design professionals submitting 3D site safety plans, the Building Information Modeling Site Safety Submission Guidelines and Standards - the BIM Manual - is now available along with Revit 3D objects, Revit templates and required parameter files to use when creating BIM files.

 

Category 1 Elevator Inspections: Report Filing Deadline Extended
The deadline to file 2012 Category 1 Elevator Inspection and Affirmation of Correction Reports has been extended to December 31, 2013. This extension applies to reports for unsatisfactory Category 1 inspections for the Calendar Year 2012 inspection cycle.

 

Stationary Engineers + General Contractors:
Online License / Registration Renewal Payments
Online renewal payments are now available for Department-licensed stationary engineers and Department safety registrations.  These licensees and registrants may now pay renewal fees with our secure online payment portal.

 

New Construction Site Signage: Sidewalk Shed + Construction Fence Requirements
Project sites with construction fences or sidewalk sheds permitted on or after July 1, 2013 must meet new signage requirements that emphasize the type of work underway and highlight the project’s contact information.

 

Hub Self-Service Expansion: Apply Online for Initial After-hours Variances
Hub Self-Service now allows architects, engineers, filing representatives and contractors to apply online for initial After-hours Variances – so there’s no need to visit the Department to apply, pay fees or obtain AHVs.

 

Cranes + Derricks: Temporary Location During Renovations
The Cranes and Derricks Unit has temporarily relocated to the 6th floor of 280 Broadway. The Unit’s 5th floor office is being renovated to better accommodate our customers, staff and services.

 

Requesting Payment Refunds
Beginning July 1, 2013, requests for refunds can be emailed or mailed to the Department borough office or unit where the initial payment was made.

 

Electrical Advisory Board: New Location + Submission Process
Beginning Monday, June 17, the Electrical Advisory Board will be located at 1 Centre Street in Lower Manhattan – and there is a new process to submit applications for electrical installations of 1,000 KVA and above, as well as requests for special permission and new material approvals.

 

Scaffold Safety Team
The Scaffold Safety Team has new email addresses to request corner scaffold pre-inspections and to submit third person on scaffold letters.

 

Benchmarking Reports
The Benchmarking Report deadline has been extended. For owners whose buildings must provide a Benchmarking Report for 2012, reports must be uploaded no later than May 31, 2013.

 

Places of Assembly:  Local Law 2 of 2013
New requirements for Places of Assembly go in effect on May 7, 2013.

 

Filing Representative Registration
Beginning July 1, 2013, there will be two classes of filing representatives: Class 1 Filing Representatives and Class 2 Code and Zoning Representatives.

 

After-hours Variance (AHV) Renewals
The NYC Development Hub’s Self-Service now allows filing representatives to file for After-hours Variance (AHV) Renewals for contractors or licensees.

 

Construction Licensing Update
Beginning December 17, 2012, the Department will be responsible for all construction trade licensing exams and there will be new license examination and background investigation fees for all such licenses as per RCNY 101-03.

 

Electrical Payments
Electrical Firms are now able to pay account fees online at the Electrical Firm Payments portal.

 

Electrical Inspection Request Process
To improve the Department's electrical inspection scheduling, as of November 29, 2012, all electrical inspection appointments will now be made through the Electrical Inspection Request Form. Appointment requests will no longer be accepted via fax.

 

Low- and High-Pressure Boiler Inspection & Report Deadlines Extended
The Department has extended 2012's inspection cycle for low- and high-pressure boilers to December 31, 2012. Additionally, the deadline for the reports for these inspections has been extended until February 15, 2013.

 

Category 1 Elevator Inspection Cycle Extended
The Department has extended 2012's deadline for Category 1 Elevator Inspections to February 15, 2013. Additionally, the deadline for the reports for these inspections has been extended until March 29, 2013.

 

Owner Email Needed to Electronically File PW1
To improve communication throughout the construction process, applicants must provide the owner's email address in the PW1 application when filing a project electronically.

 

NYC Development Hub
Hub customers are now able to pay fees online at the Hub Payment Portal.

 

Cranes + Derricks:  New Mast Climber Forms
Beginning July 1, applicants must use the new Mast Climber application forms and submit them to the Department’s Cranes and Derricks Division before installing, climbing, using or removing a mast climber.

 

Electrical Code: ECB Violations for Non-Compliance
Starting July 1, 2012, electrical work not in compliance with the NYC 2011 Electrical Code will be subject to Environmental Control Board (ECB)  violations.

 

Façade Inspection Safety Program (FISP)
Owners of buildings higher than six stories must have exterior walls and appurtenances inspected every five years and they must file a technical façade report with the Department.

 

Submit 3D Site Safety Plans Electronically
The Department is now electronically accepting three-dimensional site safety plans. Using Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, designers can create sophisticated, modernized site safety plans that will enhance construction safety, promote collaboration between property owners, architects, engineers and the Department – and accelerate the approval process.

 

New ADA Standards + DOB Construction Permits
Design standards under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) have recently been updated. Beginning March 15, 2012, new buildings and major alterations may be required to meet these new minimum requirements.

 

Work Without a Permit or SWO Violations
Beginning February 14, 2012, applicants or property owners must submit a new L2 form when requesting an override, reduction or waiver of civil penalties for Work Without a Permit or Stop Work Order violation. See the L2 instructions for more on the new form and submission requirements. Read FAQ

 

Procedures to Obtain After-Hours Variances for Crane Work
After-Hours Variances must be obtained for all after-hours cranes and derricks work - that is all work performed between the hours of 6pm and 7am on weekdays and anytime of the weekends. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

Sustainable Contractor Designation Program Expanded
In November 2011, the Department expanded its Sustainable Contractor Designation Program to include Master Plumbers and Master and Special Electricians. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

Account Statements of Electrical Firms
Starting in November 2011, the Department began mailing account statements to electrical firms on a quarterly basis. Click the link below to learn more.

 

Changes to Elevator Filing Fees
In November 2011, the Department changed the minimum filing fees for elevator applications. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

Green Roof & Solar Panel Applications for Tax Abatement
Starting in October 2011, all applicants seeking tax abatements for green roof and solar panel installations must efile their applications through the Department’s new NYC Development Hub. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

New Form for Boiler Batch Intakes
In October 2011, the Department began requiring applicants file the new Boiler Batch Intake form when filing five or more inspection reports at a time. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

Pre-filing & Applications Processing Simplified in Manhattan & Staten Island
In October 2011, the Department’s Manhattan and Staten Island borough offices began combining the pre-filing and applications processing into one step. Click below to learn more.

 

Changes to After-Hours Variance Permit & Payment Processes
In September 2011, the Department consolidated the After-Hours Variance permitting and payment processes. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

New Reinstatement Fees for Expired Permits & Applications
In September 2011, the Department changed the reinstatement fees for expired permits and applications. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

New Minimum Alteration Application Filing Fees
In September 2011, the Department changed the minimum filing fees for all alteration applications. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

Online After-Hours Variances Renewal
Starting in March 2011, the Department began allowing contractors and tradespeople to renew After-Hours Variance (AHV) permits online using the Department’s efiling system. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

Changes to Plan Reviews for Manhattan Eating & Drinking Establishments
Starting in August 2011, applications for new eating and drinking establishments in Manhattan began having streamlined construction plan reviews through NBAT, the New Business Acceleration Team. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

SBS Waterfront Permits Unit New Location
In August 2011, the NYC Department of Small Business Services’ (SBS) Waterfront Permits Unit moved from 280 Broadway to SBS' headquarters at 110 William Street, 7th Floor, in Lower Manhattan.

 

LAA Applications for Boiler Fuel Upgrades
Starting in July 2011, the Department began allowing oil burner installers to file LAA applications to upgrade boiler’s fuel grade to a cleaner fuel. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

New Safety Requirements for Sidewalk Sheds
In July 2011, new sidewalk shed safety and illumination requirements took effect in accordance with Local Law 51 of 2010. Click the link to learn more.

 

New Re-Inspection Fees for Hazardous Violations
Beginning in June 2011, the Department began applying an $85.00 re-inspection fee to each open hazardous violation the Department re-inspects. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

New General Liability Insurance Requirements
In June 2011, the Department introduced new General Liability insurance requirements for construction and demolition projects. Click on the link to learn more.

 

Online Inspection Requests Can Now be Made for Queens Construction
Beginning in June 2011, the Department’s Queens Construction Unit began accepting construction inspection requests through 311’s website. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

New Permits for Crane Work
In May 2011, the Department introduced new permits for crane work. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

New Landmarks Preservation Commission Filing Fees
In May 2011, the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s (LPC) filing fees increased. The fees apply to all initial applications filed to do work on landmarked property or when a Certificate of Appropriateness or Certificate of No Effect is required from LPC. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

Elimination of ASB4s Asbestos Exemption Form
As of May 2011, the Department began no longer requiring ASB4 asbestos exemption forms to be submitted with related PW1 forms. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

New Customer Service Counter Hours
In March 2011, the Department announced new customer service counter hours for the Construction, Plumbing and Electrical units. Click on the link below to view the new hours.

 

Changes to Cranes & Derricks Application Filing Fees
In March 2011, the filing fees for applications to the Cranes & Derricks Unit changed. Click on the link below to view the new fees.

 

Applications for Sign & Sign Structures
Only sign hangers licensed by the Department and New York State-licensed architects and professional engineers may submit applications for sign and sign structures. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

Special Inspection Agency Registration
Special Inspection Agencies must be registered with the Department. Click the link below to learn more and view the requirements.

 

Adult Establishments
1 RCNY 9000-1 clarifies the Department’s criteria for determining the dates of establishment and discontinuance for adult establishments, houses of worship and schools. Click on the link below to learn more.

 

Documentation for HMO Class C Licenses
All licensed Class C Hoisting Machine Operators must have provided documentation to the Department by October 1, 2009 of Certified Crane Operator (CCO) certificate from that National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) or certification documentation from the Crane Institute Certification (CIC) to keep their license current.


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