august 19, issue 1
BRIEFING ON CONSTRUCTION & Some other stuff
Written by TATIANA gUSt
The number one reason that permits are rejected is due to the lack of completeness either in the plans or in the paperwork being submitted.
Have you ever gotten something in a box that you have to put together? First thing you look for are the instructions (well, at least some people do), just to find out that they are lacking so much information that they are almost impossible to follow. That’s exactly what a plans reviewer experiences when they read a plan/permit that is incomplete.