By performing mandatory inspections, DPS can help in complying with the provisions of the legislation. The inspection list below is helpful in scheduling the inspections for the project. FOR ALL INSPECTIONS, A SET OF APPROVED PLANS STAMPED BY MONTGOMERY COUNTY DPS MUST BE ON THE JOB SITE FOR INSPECTOR’S REVIEW. Montgomery County commercial inspectors are cross trained in building and mechanical inspections, therefore the close-in and final building and mechanical inspections must be combined. However, close-in and final inspections must be requested under the relevant Building and Mechanical Permits. If all trades are not ready, the inspector will disapprove the scheduled inspections. For instructions on scheduling or canceling your inspection, click HERE.
To improve service and facilitate the scheduling of inspection requests refer to the tables below. Please use the three digit inspection codes listed to the left of each inspection type for scheduling the inspections required for new construction, renovations/alterations, and additions.
I. Alterations not requiring new foundations or structural framing. These types of alterations are normally identified as alterations related to tenant spaces.
|600||Shaft Close-in (If applicable)|
|602||Tank Inspection (If applicable)|
|604||Hood Inspection (If applicable)|
|610||Piping Inspection (If applicable)|
|612||Refrigeration (If applicable)|
|616||Appliance Inspection (If applicable)|
II. Required Inspection New Construction and Additions:
In addition to inspections listed in Item I, additional inspections listed below are required.
|248||Mechanical Use and Occupancy Inspection|
I. Required Energy Inspections NEW CONSTRUCTION AND ADDITIONS:
|502||Energy Slab Inspection|
|504||Energy Ceiling Inspection|
|506||Energy Wall Inspection|
|508||Energy Mechanical Inspection|
|510||Energy Electrical Inspection|
|550||Energy Final Inspection|