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New Commercial Building Permit Application 10/26/18 COMMERCIAL PLAN REVIEW REQUIREMENTS THE FOLLOWING LIST OF ITEMS IS TO ENSURE ALL REQUIREMENTS ARE MET FOR THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT. • Complete the Commercial permit application form. • Submit a $200.00 plan review fee. • Complete “Construction Conduct” form. • The General Contractor and all Sub-Contractors need to register with the village. • Provide a Letter of Intent from Electrical and Plumbing contractors if applicable. All letters of intent shall be on their company letterhead. Letters from corporations shall have their corporate seal and sole- proprietors, residents or partnerships shall be notarized. • Three (3) complete sets of plans signed, sealed and dated by the architect/engineer are required for plan review. Two (2) sets will go to the Building Department and One (1) set will need to be delivered for review to: the Plainfield Fire Protection District, 23748 135th St, Plainfield, Illinois 60544, Attention: Mary Ludemann – 815-436-5335. • Five (5) complete site drawings will need to be delivered for review to: Village of Plainfield, Scott Threewitt, 14400 Coil Plus Dr, Plainfield, IL 60544 • If the proposed plan is a restaurant, or food related and sold retail, a set of plans must be sent for review to: The Will County Health Department (Northern Branch). 323 Quadrangle Drive, Bolingbrook, Illinois 60440. • The plans must pass the following codes in order to issue a permit. Building, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire and Accessibility along with any requirements from the Planning Department. • All new businesses require a business license. Contact Mary in the Building Department at 815-267- 7247 for additional information. FAILURE TO SUBMIT ALL ITEMS FOR PLAN REVIEW SHALL CAUSE THE PERMIT APPLICATION TO BE REJECTED. 10/26/18 RECAPITULATION OF BUILDING CODES The Village of Plainfield utilizes the following codes during the plan review and inspection process: BUILDING  2015 International Building Code  2015 International Residential Code  International Energy Conservation Code – Residential Current edition as per the State of Illinois  International Energy Conservation Code – Commercial Current edition as per the State of Illinois  2015 International Property Maintenance Code  Village of Plainfield Amendments  2015 International Existing Building Code  State of Illinois Accessibility Code ELECTRICAL  2014 National Electrical Code (NEC)  Village of Plainfield Amendments MECHANICAL  2015 International Mechanical Code  2015 International Fuel Gas Code  Village of Plainfield Amendments PLUMBING  2014 State of Illinois Plumbing Code  Village of Plainfield IDPH Amendments FIRE PREVENTION  2015 International Fire Code – (Including all the latest Plainfield or Oswego Fire District amendments) NOTE: Fire protection requires inspections for all commercial, industrial, institutional buildings and residential structures over two (2) units. 10/26/18 APPLICATION FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDING AND USE PERMIT ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________ ZONING: ____________________ ESTIMATED VALUE: $________________________________ LOCATED IN FLOOD PLAIN: Yes No BUILDING PROPOSED: __________________________________________________________________________ *BUSINESS NAME: ________________________________________ *OPENING DATE: ____________ SQUARE FOOTAGE OF BUILDING: ______________ CUBIC FOOTAGE OF BUILDING: _____________ (Based on Total Gross Area) (Based on Average Height) Name & number for primary contact:_______________________________________________________ CONTRACTORS: GENERAL: _____________________________ CARPENTRY: ____________________________ CONCRETE: ______________________________ ELECTRICAL: ___________________________ PLUMBING: _______________________________ EXCAVATOR: ___________________________ WATER/SEWER: ___________________________ HVAC: __________________________________ INSULATION: ______________________________ MASONRY: ______________________________ ROOFING: _________________________________ GYPSUM: ________________________________ SIDING: ___________________________________ EFIS: ____________________________________ FIRE SPRINKLER: __________________________ OTHER: _________________________________ OWNER/CONTRACTOR OWNER/LESSEE: __________________________ CONTRACTOR: __________________________ Street: _____________________________________ Street: ___________________________________ City, State, Zip: _____________________________ City, State, Zip: ___________________________ Phone: (____) _______________________________ Phone: (____) _____________________________ Fax: (____) _________________________________ Fax: (____) _______________________________ Email address:_______________________________ Email address: ____________________________ I hereby declare that the above and attached information is correct and agree, in consideration of and upon issuance of a Building & Use Permit, to do or allow to be done only such work herewith applied for, and that such premises and its existing and proposed buildings or structures shall be used or allowed to be used for only such purposes as are set forth above or other uses permitted in the district. Print Name: _______________________________ Signature: ______________________________ (permit applicant) (permit applicant) Permit Issued By: ___________________________ ____________________________________ (BUILDING OFFICIAL) (PLANNER APPROVAL) Date: _________________________ In Illinois it is the Law to call: JULIE, INC. @ 811 – Two (2) working days prior to digging to locate utilities. 10/26/18 Commercial Building Plan Review Checklist Building Plan Review Title Block needs to include: architect, date, type of construction, use group, fire protection and design options Submit complete building plans and specifications showing use of all areas, equipment layout, aisles and building components 1. Indicate occupant load for all areas; include existing system plan. 2. Submit complete door schedule with catalog cuts for all doors hardware and locksets. 3. Submit all appropriate wall, floor, foundation sections and details. 4. List all rated assemblies, diagram assemblies and design numbers. 5. Submit window and glazing schedule, interior finish schedule and flame spread ratings 6. List all building design loads. 7. Submit shop drawings for steel supported systems (submit prior to start of work). 8. Indicate shop drawings for all fire protection systems (submit prior to start of work). 9. Submit steel structural calculations. 10. Submit details for all special occupancy requirements (atriums, floor openings, high rise, covered malls, hazardous materials, etc.). 11. Submit details for all special system (smoke control, elevator recall, etc.) 12. Submit details for all special structures (skylights, roof panels, awnings, etc.) 13. Submit details showing all state and local accessibility requirements and catalog cuts for fixtures. 10/26/18 Electrical Plan Review (checklist) Submit complete electrical plans showing locations of all devices 1. Provide a floor plan showing the fixtures, outlets, equipment, transformers, panels, subpanels, receptacles and special systems. 2. Indicate the type and size of the service (above ground or underground) with the location of meters and main disconnects. 3. Indicate the size and type of all wire and number of all conductors in each conduit or raceway for each circuit. 4. Indicate the size and type of all conduit and /or raceways. 5. Indicate the use and amperage (load) for each circuit. 6. Show the number of circuits, size of circuit breakers, location and size of main disconnect. 7. Show the location of the convenience outlets at all appliances and rooftop equipment. 8. Submit load calculation charts for all rooms, spaces, corridors and access routes. 9. Show emergency lighting to all rooms, spaces, corridors and access routes. 10. Indicate method of connecting exit and emergency lights to the building electrical system. 11. Indicate type and location for ground; ground conduit and a bonding jumper at water meter. 12. Indicate the size and type of ground conductors. 13. Show the location of all GFCI outlets 14. Indicate the location and classification of all hazardous areas and special systems. Plumbing Plan Review (checklist) Submit complete plumbing plans and specifications including the occupant load and number of fixtures. 1. Provide a riser diagram for all water piping including sizes, type of pipe and fittings. 2. Provide a riser diagram for all drain, waste and vent systems including size, type of pipe and fittings. 3. Indicate the separation between the water and sewer. 4. For copper tubing, indicate type of pipe, fittings and lead-free solder. 5. Indicate drinking fountains or bottle water. 6. Indicate the type of backflow protection provided (RPZ requires a floor drain) 7. Provide catalog cuts for all fixtures, faucets and plumbing equipment. 8. Indicate indirect drainage and storm water pipe locations. 9. Indicate the type and location of all special valves, appliances and devices. 10. Show thermal expansion tank, temperature relief and vacuum relief’s as necessary for water heaters. 11. Show type of roof drainage, area of discharge, type and size of pipe, location of cleanouts, and location of secondary (emergency) system. Primary and secondary systems shall be separate systems. 12. Indicate the location(s) of all drainage pipe cleanouts. 13. Provide details for accessible access to the plumbing fixtures: size of water closet enclosure, height of water closet, grabs bars, lavatory, tissue holder, mirror and length of grab bars. 10/26/18 Mechanical Plan Review (checklist) Submit complete mechanical plans showing location and type of all mechanical equipment and appliances. 1. Provide catalog cuts with installation instruction, listing BTU input and approved locations for all mechanical equipment. 2. Provide duct design criteria including size, type and gauge of duct work, and type and location of all supports. Include additional details for all hazardous exhaust systems. 3. Indicate the location of the duct smoke detectors in any systems over 2,000 cfm including supervision. 4. Submit a complete ventilation schedule showing mechanical code occupant load, the supply, return and outside air for each room or area. 5. Submit gas piping plan including location of meter, system pressure, type and size of pipe and BTU demand for each section of pipe or appliance. 6. Indicate size and location of the combustion air intakes 7. Show a 110 V GFCI outlet within 25 feet of all rooftop equipment. 8. Provide piping details including schematics for boilers, hydronic heat and refrigeration. 9. Provide catalog cuts for factory-built fireplaces and details for masonry fireplaces. 10. Provide details for any kitchen hood and exhaust systems including size and gauge of hood and duct, size and type of exhaust fans, shop drawings for suppression system, cleaning schedules, automatic power shutoff and portable extinguisher. 11. Indicate the type, location and rating for the fire and /or smoke dampers and access panels. Existing Building Plan Review (checklist) Submit complete plans and specifications showing use of all areas, equipment layouts, aisles and building components 1. Provide the information required for a new building or for the building addition including complete plans and specifications. 2. Provide a floor plan for existing building showing use, occupant load, and existing system including square footage of all areas. 3. Indicate the construction type and use group for the existing building or adjacent tenants. 4. Indicate the type of fire protection systems in the existing building. 5. Indicate the type and location of the plumbing fixtures in the existing building. 6. Indicate size, demand and distance to existing gas system, including size of pipe and system pressure. 7. Indicate the loads of existing building and provide calculations showing existing loads and new loads. 8. Provide a site plan showing the location of the existing and new building. 9. Provide calculations/details showing changes or additions to existing fire protection systems. 10. Indicate changes to the existing mechanical systems. 11. Indicate changes made to the existing building for upgrading the access to conform to the new requirements. 10/26/18 Energy Plan Review (checklist) 1. COM Check or ResCheck: envelope, lighting, mechanical, check test. Application information, exterior lighting information. 2. Exterior lighting – exterior photo cell or time clock operated. 3. Water heater piping diagram indicating recirculation of heat traps. 4. Thermostat for each HVAC equipment. 5. Details shall include r-values, fenestration U-factors and SHGC’s, equipment types, size and controls; duct sealing, insulation and air sealing. 10/26/18 Plainfield Fire Protection Requirements  All spaces to be equipped with smoke and heat detectors and monitored by a U.L. approved company per NFPA.  Pull stations as required per NFPA.  All fire alarm systems are required to comply with the 2015 International Fire Code, NFPA 72, NFPA 70 and Plainfield Fire Protection District local amendments. Call the Fire Prevention Bureau at 815-436-5335 to verify if your project will require a fire alarm system in an existing building; all new construction commercial buildings require a fire alarm system.  All new fire alarm systems are required to be monitored by our dispatch center WESCOM via a radio signal.  Utility rooms/locations labeled per Plainfield Fire Protection District.  Utility meters labeled with the unit number they serve per Plainfield Fire Protection District  Fire Extinguishers installed and maintained per NFPA 10.  Knox Box for Fire Department access mounted no higher than 5 feet above grade per Plainfield Fire Protection District.  All fire sprinkler systems are required to comply with the 2015 International Fire Code, NFPA 13 and Plainfield Fire Protection District local amendments. Call the Fire Prevention Bureau at 815-436-5335 to verify if your project will require a fire sprinkler system in an existing building; all new construction commercial buildings over 2,000 square feet in size require a fire sprinkler system. 10/26/18 CONSTRUCTION CONDUCT The Village of Plainfield has established a variety of regulations to protect and promote the health, safety and general welfare of the citizens. In general terms, the Village expects construction projects to be conducted with consideration and courtesy towards neighboring residents. Among these regulations, contractors and sub-contractors should be aware of the following critical areas:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS – All streets and sidewalks shall be kept free of rubbish, debris, dirt, gravel and mud during all phases of construction. Streets shall be cleaned day to day or as deemed necessary upon determination by the Village Building Official.  DUST CONTROL – Construction and demolition projects causing dust and airborne particles must take all necessary steps to control such dust. This may include watering down work sites.  MATERIAL ON PUBLIC PROPERTY – Upon completion of related work, all materials shall be promptly removed from public property including all streets, alley and sidewalks. Such public property shall be restored to its pre-construction condition  RUBBISH CONTROL – All construction rubbish and waste materials must be properly contained in a metal container at all times during the construction project to maintain an orderly condition.  OPEN BURNING – No person or contractor shall cause or allow the burning of refuse or construction debris on any site within Village limits. If open burning does occur, a “Stop Work” order shall be posted immediately, the fire extinguished, the site cleaned of all debris and a fine of up to $500 shall be imposed, before the stop work is removed and construction continues. Signature: ____________________________________ Date:__________________ 10/26/18 COMMERCIAL INSPECTION LIST THE FOLLOWING LIST OF INSPECTIONS ARE REQUIRED BY THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT, OTHER INSPECTIONS MAY BE REQUIRED DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PHASE. THE CUT-OFF TIME FOR SCHEDULING INSPECTIONS IS 3:00 P.M. (NO EXCEPTIONS) • FOOTING • FOUNDATION WALL • BACKFILL – After the Foundation Wall has been poured we must receive and approve the Spot Survey PRIOR to the Backfill inspection. • ELECTRICAL SERVICE • SEWER CONNECTION • WATER CONNECTION • UNDER SLAB PLUMBING • UNDER SLAB ELECTRIC • CONCRETE SLAB • ROUGH’S – ELECTRIC, PLUMBING, FRAMING • INSULATION • FINAL INSPECTIONS – ELECTRIC, PLUMBING, BUILDING – We must receive and approve the Final Grade Survey PRIOR to the Final Building Inspection. A MINIMUM “24 HOUR” NOTICE IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY.