BUILDING PERMIT CITY

ARCHITECTURAL  & ENGINEERING SERVICES

ONTARIO

Under the Ontario Building Code Act, a building permit is required for: 


1. A deck that is adjacent to or attached to the house and its walking surface is more than 600
​ mm (24 in.) above the adjacent grade
2. An elevated deck providing principal access to a building
3. A deck that is independent from the house (e.g. is in the middle of the yard) and has a
  walking surface greater than 10 square metres (approximately 108 square feet) in area and
  its walking surface is more than 600 mm (24 in.) above the adjacent grade
4. Attached or detached garages and sheds
5. Installation of solid fuel appliances (i.e.
  wood stoves and fireplaces)
6. Sun rooms, solarium and porches
7. Alterations to a plumbing system (except replacing fixtures)
8. Structural foundation repairs
9. Demolition
10. Interior and exterior structural alterations, such as:
- adding or removing walls, i.e., creating different room sizes and/or uses
- one and two-storey additions
- new windows where there were none before
- enlarging or relocating a window or door
- finishing a basement
11. Installation of clean-outs and backwater valves
12. Conversion from septic to sanitary sewer
13. Livestock buildings and silos
14. Equipment storage buildings
15. Manure storage structures (exclusion – earthen)
18. Riding Arena
19. Cover all type structures (fabric / hoop)

 

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Phone 647 773-9310 or 647 822-8448                 Email us: safonov02@gmail.com

Current Building Code.
OBC-2012
 Jan. 1, 2014

Commercial: 

  1. Survey

  2. Site Plan

  3. Drawings (existing floors layout & proposal, sections, elevations, plumbing and drainage system, reflected ceiling and details)

  4. Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning layout (HVAC)

  5. Heat lost calculation

  6. Application Forms

  7. Designer Information (BCIN)

  8. General review by Professional Engineer or/and Architect (if required)

Residential:

  1. Survey

  2. Site Plan

  3. Drawings (existing floors layout & proposal, sections, elevations and details)

  4. Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning layout (HVAC)

  5. Heat lost calculation

  6. Application Forms

  7. Designer Information (BCIN)

  8. Engineer Stamp (if required)

 

Do you Know what you need to obtain a
Building Permit for your property?