Incomplete submittals will not be processed. Separate buildings or spaces being modified require separate fire permits.
Provide the related BUILDING permit number if the system is being installed and is related to building construction - you may need to confer with the General Contractor or owner to get this information. If the work is not being done as part of new building construction, please type BLD-2020-00001 in the space provided.
Complete the below fields if you are modifying an existing system to describe the ORIGINAL system design. In the New System Design section, you will tell us the intended design of the system due to your modification.
What Occupancy Type was the existing system designed for?
What Hazard Classification was the existing system designed for?
What was the Commodity Classification the existing system was designed for?
Complete the below fields regarding the proposed work in this application. If this is a system modification, provide the original system design details in the section above 'Modifying an Existing System' section and use this section to tell us the intended (or new) system design function for the modifications. A Fire Protection Engineer's letter is required on all New Systems AND any System Modifications with Changes in Occupancy Type AND Increase in Hazard Classification.
What Occupancy Type is the new system designed for?
What Hazard Classification is the new system designed for?
What Commodity Classification is the new system designed for?
The value of all work being permitted, including total cost of all materials.
Must include suite and/or building number if working in a multi-tenant building.
Use Parcel # Look Up option above if necessary.
Please note that we may request an additional paper set of plans depending on the scale and legibility of the electronic submittal. In addition, if the files are too large for submittal, please contact our office to make arrangements.
**PLANS SUBMITTED MUST BE LEGIBLE WHEN PRINTED ON 11X17 OR SMALLER AND MUST BE IN A 'FLAT' FORMAT**
Required on all New Systems AND any System Modifications with Changes in Occupancy Type AND Increase in Hazard Classification. Construction plans shall be approved and stamped by a registered Fire Protection Engineer, and stamped by a certified sprinkler designer or installer in compliance with WAC 212-80 (Washington Administrative Code) prior to submittal to the Fire Department. [KAC 8-25-015(3)]
Person to contact regarding application or project questions.
Note: Invoices for payment will be sent to this email address once plans have been approved.
By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.
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