Architect's Stamp is Vital to get your Certificate of Occupancy
Please make sure that the design professional you retain to draw your as-built plans prior to getting your Certificate of Occupancy, is a licensed architect in Arizona has the capacity to stamp the plans. There are different individuals who can draw the as-built plans, but they are not licensed and cannot stamp the as-built plans. The as-built plans will be worthless. Believe it or not this happens.
There are two sets of plans necessary. As-built plans are floor and site plans that the architect does of your existing building. The final floor plan and site plan of what you want to do is a completely separate set of plans. Both are presented at the same time in order the get a permit and call for inspections from the City of Phoenix before a Certificate of Occupancy can be issued.
If you have any questions or need help, I am happy to talk with you. Please call Jerry Kadansky at 602-403-2500. I am a licensed, bonded, commercial general contractor. After our initial call, if necessary, my architect and I can sit down over a cup of coffee at talk with your about your project.
To get a Certificate of Occupany in Phoenix you may need handicap signs
You may need to install signs in different places to comply with the American Disabilities Act in order to get your Certificate of Occupany. There are specific signs required. Pictured above is a generic sign.
There are technical requirements for accessibility to buildings and facilities by individuals with disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. These scoping and technical requirements are to be applied during the design, construction, and alteration of buildings and facilities covered by titles II and III of the ADA to the extent required by regulations issued by Federal agencies, including the Department of Justice and the Department of Transportation, under the ADA.
Call Jerry Kadansky, Commercial General Contractor, ROC #109430, to assist you in jumping over the numerous hurdles to get your Certificate of Occupancy in Phoenix at 602-403-2500, email@example.com
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You may need to install special "exit" signage in order to get Your Certificate of Occupany from the City of Phoenix. We have licensed, bonded, insured electricians who do this work quickly in order to satisfy the building safety codes.
Call Jerry Kadansky, Commercial General Contractor, ROC # 109430, to assist you in jumping over the numerous hurdles to get your Certificate of Occupancy in Phoenix at 602-403-2500, firstname.lastname@example.org
Panic hardware may be required to get your Certificate of Occupancy
If you do not have panic hardware on your exit and entrance doors, you may be required to install this hardware prior to getting your Certificate of Occupancy in Phoenix. We have a special door subcontractor who provides the hardware and labor to install.
Call Jerry Kadansky, Commercial General Contractor, ROC # 109430, to assist you in getting your Certificate of Occupancy in Phoenix at 602-403-2500, email@example.com
You may need architectural drawings to get your Certificate of Occupancy
In order to get your Certificate of Occupancy, you may need architectural as-built drawings of your existing building and site. The architect must be licensed and certified. We work closely with Chris Doran, architect.
Jerry Kadansky, Commercial General Contractor, ROC #109430, 602-403-2500