Addition of Plumbing Fixtures or Connections. Add five or less fixtures within any 12-month period.
New Piping. Installation of new plumbing or fuel gas piping. (not including Category 2 work).
New Sprinkler Heads. Installation of up to five new heads, only off an existing domestic water system within any 12-month period.
Rearrange Sprinkler Heads. Rearrange not more than 20 sprinkler heads, only off an existing domestic water system and only in areas classified in light or ordinary hazard occupancies, such as residences, restaurant service areas, or mercantile areas.
Has no cost or time period limitation but only the following can be done:
Piping. Reroute existing plumbing or fuel gas branch piping to serve the same number of existing fixtures and appliances.
Replace Fixtures. In-kind replacement of plumbing fixtures and gas appliances, and which exceeds a minor alteration/repair or ordinary plumbing work.
Relocate Existing Fixtures. Relocation and mounting of new fixtures on existing roughing, and which exceeds a minor alteration/repair or ordinary plumbing work.
Gas Burners. Replace gas burners [2.8 million Btu/h (821 kW) or less]
Sprinkler Heads. Replace up to thirty existing sprinkler heads provided such heads’ orifice size, type and deflector remain the same, and only off a domestic water system.
A new installation, alteration, or repair of electric wires, wiring apparatuses and appliances or equipment shall be performed by a New York City licensed electrical contractor. All electrical work such as, but not limited to, installing conduits, wires, lighting fixtures and switches, panelboards, controls, etc., require an electrical permit before commencing such electrical work.
The Electrical Contractor shall coordinate with the Registered Design Professional (RDP), other members of the design team, and all other construction trade contractors where projects have other aspects to the work in addition to electrical. For such projects, the Department only requires the submission of a separate electrical permit application. When an electrical permit application by the Licensed Electrical Contractor includes a large electrical installation (see classifications of large installations under Electrical Advisory Board plan examination listed below), or requires Energy Conservation Code (ECC) compliance, such an electrical permit application must reference the general project application number for permit issuance.
Electrical construction documents are not required to be submitted by a Registered Design Professional to the Department as part of the electrical or general permit application, except electrical construction documents must be submitted to the Department to obtain an electrical permit as follows: