The Fire Prevention Division interacts with developers, builders, architects, engineers, and home owners in the process of applying the Florida Fire Prevention Code to commercial and multi-family residential buildings constructed within the District. The staff performs fire inspections, reinspections, and occupancy permit inspections within the community’s business districts and multi-family housing complexes. Plan review and inspection services are provided for new construction and interior remodeling projects.
The District is involved with multi-family residential, commercial, and fire protection system permits by conducting plan review and fire inspections during construction. New construction inspections assure code compliance of individual components of construction throughout the building process. Staff also inspects the installation of fire alarm and fire sprinkler systems in single-family homes.
Occupancy/New Construction Inspections
It is our goal to provide timely, comprehensive, and accurate inspections for the District. These inspections reduce the potential for fire damage while increasing life safety for building occupants.
New construction inspections assures code compliance of individual components of construction throughout the building process. Examples of components include fire-rated walls, fire sprinkler piping, and liquid propane tanks and piping.
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