Design Professional Checklists: Public Right-of-Way Encroachments
Regardless of how the project work is portioned out, administration of the work remains the responsibility of the Registered Design Professional (RDP) who is the Applicant of Record (Applicant) in responsible charge or has verified Code and Zoning compliance of the drawings and installations for the project. Although there may be some specific projects that do not involve architectural or structural work, which may be completed by other professionals, it is important that the RDP maintain control of the entire project.
This section contains a list of tasks that provide compliance with the Construction Codes and other regulations discussed in the Project Guidelines.
Prior to Application Approval Checklist
- Provide ‘reference only’ documents of legal existing conditions. These will speed up the plan review process for work by reducing the back and forth comments and correspondence.
- Show fire-rated walls on all architectural, mechanical, and electrical, which will facilitate the plan review process.
- Based on the project scope of work, include all applicable Special/Progress Inspections and commissioning statement.
- Although the Registered Design Professionals are only required to show the final construction documents, the Applicant of Record should stamp and sign all formal submittals to the Department to demonstrate he/she has exercised responsible charge as required.
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Pre-Permit & On-going Project Work Checklist
Required Documents: Based on scope of work, supporting documents or deferred submittals must be completed in order to obtain a permit. The following may be required if applicable:
- NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) approvals - Including revocable consent, if applicable
- NYC Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) approval
- NYC Public Design Commission (PDC) approval
- NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) or OER authorization
- Tenant/Occupant Protection Plan, if applicable
- Mayor’s Office of International Affairs - Foreign consulates and missions to the United Nations
- Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD)
- Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) approval
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) – FEMA Maps
- Office of Foreign Missions (OFM), U.S. Department of State
Post Approval Amendments:
If the approved work has substantive or significant changes, make sure to submit revised drawings and obtain a Post Approval Amendment.
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Project Completion Close-out Checklist
- As-Built Submission: If the completed project has changes that are not considered as minor and requires an ‘As-Built’ submission, make sure to submit revised ‘As-Built’ drawings prior to project sign-off.
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