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All subcontractors working on construction projects are required to obtain a permit. This includes plumbing, mechanical/HVAC, electrical, low-voltage electrical, fire alarm systems, and fire sprinkler systems. Subcontractors may submit their forms once the general construction permit has been issued.
- Completed Sub-Contractor Form
- Please note - Copies of all licenses are required each time you submit an application:
- Sub-contractor's state license (as applicable).
- Government issued photo ID of individual holding state license
- Copy of company’s business license.
- If there is a change of electrical power service, please also fill out the Power Release Form
- If you are submitting licenses on behalf of another individual, you will also need a completed Authorized Permit Agent Form
Fire alarm and fire sprinkler plans require fire safety review which typically takes up to 10 business days. Please submit 2 hard copies plus 1 electronic copy of the plans. All other sub-contractor permits can be issued over-the-counter if the general construction permit has been issued.
Additionally, sub-contract permits (with the exception of fire alarm and fire sprinkler) may be applied for by mail with a check for fee payment.
You may pay your fees (by check, cash, Visa, or MasterCard). To estimate your fees, you can review the Fee Schedule page. Please check with our office for your exact fee amount based on the project.