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Development Services

From Concept to Construction

Phone: 503-823-7300

TTY : 503-823-6868

1900 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97201

Project Submittal

FPP Commercial ConstructionInformation on project submittals and applications for Electrical & Plumbing trade permits may be made directly to the inspector by phone or fax. For information on how to contact your inspector, please refer to "Contact Information".

To find out which Inspection Team Member is assigned to the building you will be working in, please refer to the "Customer and Building List". Once you know which team is assigned to you building, you are welcome to contact them and they will assist you in determining the required information needed to authorize your construction project.


What is a Project Reference Number or a "Billing Identification" Number?

The "Project Reference Number" (Billing Number) is a set of numbers and/or letters that is (created by the Responsible Party or the Building Management Company) similar to a purchase order number. This is not YOUR JOB NUMBER.

The "Project Reference Number" (Billing Number) is our authorization to bill the Responsible Party and provides them with a reference number on our invoices that can be used to tie the review and inspection charges for the permit to the corresponding project. Typically, the same "Project Reference Number" will be used for the building permit and all related trade permits for the same project.

Please note: If we do not have a Project Reference Number, we cannot set up or issue a permit.

Complete Project Submittals may be made to Permitting Services - 2nd floor - 1900 SW 4th Avenue. (Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)

For Questions, please call (503) 823-5996

 

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