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Feedback from Building Plans Examiner

by Chad Ludeman on June 25, 2008 · 3 comments

in Development,permits and code

Yesterday I received an email and a letter from the building plans examination engineer assigned to review our plans by the city of Philadelphia. I was encouraged to get a response so quickly from the city and thankful that our expediting fee is obviously paying off.

The notes from the examiner included a couple of minor issues that need to be resolved with our plans and a few more forms we need to fill out and provide along with the building permits already submitted. I spoke briefly with ISA about the issues and they confirmed they were all minor and that this was a good sign. In their experience, there are always issues found with building permits submitted, and it’s just one of those things you have to work through.

What I was most excited about is that there were no problems found with the use of SIPs in our plans whatsoever. SIPs are almost never used in Philly and I was a bit nervous that they could cause issues with a building plan examination department that may have never seen them called out before. One more potential hurdle crossed. I’m still waiting for that one that’s going to clip our back foot just as we think we’ve cleared it and send us stumbling headfirst into the next one. It’s out there somewhere…

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Kevin June 25, 2008 at 5:40 pm

Positive thinking yields positive results… ;)

2 Ray June 26, 2008 at 5:29 pm

Hey that’s great Chad, our project got slightly derailed here in B’more (do to the amount of surplus housing) but we’re still committed to doing a project in ’09.
Still love to give you a hand when you get around to building. I’m originally from Jersey (near Haddon Field) and wouldn’t mind a visit.

3 NA September 14, 2009 at 10:41 am

SIP’s were only adopted as part of an IRC supplement in 2007, they are not part of the 2006 IRC or IBC codes, and the supplement was never adopted or accepted in the State of PA or City of Philadelphia for any type of construction. SIP’s are code accepted for industrialized residential homes in PA. So consider yourself lucky. Either the examiner did not know what they were looking at and no experience or didn’t bother. Too bad for all the others trying to use SIP’s. Will be in the 2009 codes for 2010. Good Luck on the homes!

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