Addition to a Commercial Building
An addition to a commercial building changes the exterior structure, the footprint, or the height of the structure.
Depending on the size and location a lot grading permit may be required.
A development, building and all subtrade (electrical, plumbing and gas) permits are required to construct an addition onto an existing commercial building.
Depending on the scope of your project, you will require a variety of permits.
To establish if a lot gradingpermit is required, please submit inquirey, including plan (if possible) for preliminary review to Engineering Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please submit a complete Development Application, Lot Grading and Building Permit application.
Please submit a complete Sub Trade Application for all sub trade permits required as per the scope of work for the project.
Base fee of $550.00 plus $75.00 per $100,000.00 of project cost (no maximum limit)
Lot Grading Permit
Commercial: Minimum of $220.00/ha to a maximum of $1100.00
Safety Code Permits
Building Permit Fee: This fee is established from the cost of construction
Electrical Permit Fee: This fee is based from the cost of installation
Gas Permit Fee: $156.00
Plumbing Permit Fee: $10.00/fixture to a min. of $156.00
Occupancy Certificate: $50.00
Safety Code Permits include a Safety Code Levy remitted to the Province.
Once a complete application is received, all permits will be issued within 2- 7 business days.
In the event a variance is required for an addition, timelines may extend up to 25 days.
You may begin construction once you have received all required permits. Below is contact information you may need for ground work and utilities.
Address: 8801 112 Street, Grande Prairie
Address: 9602 123 Street, Grande Prairie
Address: 11101 104 Avenue, Grande Prairie
All required inspections are listed on the conditions issued with the permit.
it is the Permit holder's responsibility to ensure all inspections are requested and received.
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