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Building Permits And Inspections
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Permit

A commercial building permit is required in Cherokee County for several different types of projects;

-Construction of a new commercial building

-Additions, alterations or improvements to a commercial building: Removal or addition of any wall, repair or replacement of any required component of a fire/smoke-rated assembly, alteration of any required means of egress.

-Change of Occupancy/Tenant Change: if you plan improvements to a commercial building or plan to finish an existing building shell

-Mechanical (HVAC), electrical or fire system changes to commercial buildings

-Installation of new or changes to cellular antennas

Process

Cherokee County has partnered with ePlan Solutions, Inc. a web-based electronic plan and document system that facilitates reviews, communication and approval of construction plans.  This will save residents, contractors and business owners' money and time while reducing the County's environmental footprint. 

To submit plans please,

1)     Log in to www.eplansolution.com and choose "Do a Plan Review"    

2)     Follow the steps on our ePlan Solutions User's Guide 

3)     Once project has been uploaded reviews will start. Comments will be sent to you via ePlan Solutions (building review, fire & safety review, architectural review)

4)    If the plans are rejected, the designer must make the required corrections to the plans and re-submit to ePlan Solutions. 

5)     Once project has been approved by all reviewers, the project coordinator will issue an approval memo with instructions on how to obtain your permit, fees and any additional requirements.  Feel free to contact your project coordinator at any time during the review process. Permits will only be issued to a licensed contractor registered with the State of Georgia.

6)    You may now start construction.  Throughout your project, you will need to complete different types of inspections depending on the scope of the project. Building inspectors ensure that new construction, changes, or repairs comply with local and national building codes and ordinances, zoning regulations, and permit specifications. For more information please visit our Building Inspections Department

 You may now view the results of your inspections anytime online by using our Web Portal or CherokeeStatus. Be sure to have your permit number or job address to conduct your search.

 
 
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