Obtaining A Construction Permit in St Louis City is different than in St Louis County with key differences, tech sets, requirements and sets of expertise required. let Remodel STL St Louis Construction help obtain the proper permitting, achieve the correction of code violations, and get your property & job site up and running legit again.
Obtaining A Building Permit in St Louis City
Obtaining a permit in Saint Louis city is easy with Remodel STL. We take care of the red tape and governmental interactions arriving at a safe acceptable building plan achieving client and governmental goals through the use of high quality construction practices, talented engineers, creative architects & ingenuitive building solutions. Remodel STl is licensed, insured and ready to serve Saint Louis Mo with its construction, remodeling and permitting needs including:
- Remodel STL is a Licensed General Contractor
- Remodel STL can pull permits in all areas of the St Louis Metro and surrounding area
- Obtain permits
- Obtain and correlate HVAC, electrical & carpentry permits
- General Contracting with management of subcontractors
- Obtain approved drawings
- Obtain plot of construction site for permitting
- Surveyor organization of permitting interactions & related construction activities
Overview of St Louis County & St Louis City Permitting
St Louis City Permitting
Residential- A building permit is required when any structural change or major alteration is made to an existing building or when any new construction is undertaken. Normal building maintenance does not require a building permit in most instances. Separate permits for plumbing, mechanical and electrical work are also required when applicable.
Commercial- The construction documents, construction drawings, project specifications, structural calculations and geotechnical soils report shall be prepared by a registered design professional as required by Chapter 327 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri. All construction documents shall bear an original embossed or wet ink seal, original ink signature and the date the documents were sealed by the registered design professional for each discipline on the first sheet of each discipline within each set of construction documents, or on the cover sheet of each set of construction documents. In addition, all other sheets of the construction documents, other than project specifications or calculations, shall bear the original embossed, wet ink or mechanically reproduced seal, signature and date of the registered design professional. Any addenda or modifications submitted for changes to the construction shall also bear the original embossed or wet ink seal, original ink signature and date the documents were sealed. All project specifications, calculations, reports or other documents not considered to be construction drawings shall bear an original wet ink or embossed seal, original ink signature and the date the documents were signed by the registered design professional for each discipline on the title or index sheet.
Construction Permitting Overview
A construction permit or building permit is a permit required in most jurisdictions for new construction, or adding onto pre-existing structures, and in some cases for major renovations. Generally, the new construction must be inspected during construction and after completion to ensure compliance with national, regional, and local building codes. Failure to obtain a permit can result in fines, penalties, and demolition of unauthorized construction if it cannot be made to meet code. Since building permits usually precede outlays for construction, employment, financing and furnishings, they are often a leading indicator for developments in other areas of the economy.