When you start going through the process of obtaining permits for your project, no matter what size project you have, you will notice that the process can be challenging, expensive and lengthy. Instead of simply giving in and accepting that this is your fate, you can contact Scout Services to be your permit expediter s . Scout Services will accelerate the permit submittal process for you and save you a great deal of time and money.
Scout Services’ permit expediters will help you with a variety of services, including:
Contact Scout Services if you would like to learn more about our permit expediting services. We will provide a free project evaluation and estimate.
Save Time On Logistical DetailsOne of the biggest challenges of working as an architect is revising designs during the review process. By working with permit services, you can hire someone to uncover these logistics of identifying change requests and resubmittal instruction logistics from the beginning. Permit expediters stay on top of all reviews and ensures timely deliveries to keep projects on time and on budget.
Understand Material CostsWhen you focus on the building design, the expediter takes care of the logistics at city hall. Submittals for pre-design review can be invaluable when determining materials and code compliance issues. This will not only identify if your design is within the client's budget, but will also ease the job of the construction contractor. Overall, every person involved in building construction should be aware of all review status timelines and requirements. Having a permit expediter involved from the very beginning helps streamline the communication between the building department and the design team.
Avoid Legal MishapsThere are few things more frustrating than completing a building plan only to learn months later that something is not up to code. When the permit expediter checks up on code from the beginning, you can catch these errors from the start. This will help you avoid problems with building and environmental boards. This is particularly true if you are dealing with a historic site or property, as these often have legal bindings on them.