Permits requiring inspection and reporting may include:
- Storm Water Pollution and Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
- Sewage Disposal System Inspection (Condominiums, Shared Systems, Large Systems)
- DEP Groundwater Discharge Permit
- Storm Water Management
- EPA Phase 2 Storm Water Discharge
- Local Permit Conditions of Approval
Sustainability in project design and development has led to the implementation of numerous federal, state and local regulations. Many of these regulations require ongoing project review, permitting and reporting during and after construction. Some require continued inspections and reporting long after projects are completed and occupied, in particular in multifamily and commercial projects as well as projects involving an association. Overlooking the requirements of these permits can become very costly for developers, management companies, associations and municipalities.
At LandTech we can help navigate the maze of requirements and assist in fulfilling the inspection and reporting required to assure compliance with issued permits. Should you choose, we can contract and schedule directly with licensed professionals on your behalf to conduct required maintenance of drainage and sewage disposal infrastructure during the inspection process. We can even track your requirements to assure inspections and reporting is accomplished within the required time frames. Our professionals work with these regulations every day and have a keen understanding of what is required to keep permits in good standing.