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Our Permitting Expertise

Lakeside Engineering provides a wide array of services for every home and property owner's needs. Lakeside brings an expansive knowledge and experience in building codes, energy compliance, and environmental compliance to assist with your permitting needs.

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Why Do You Need A  Permit?

Local and State regulatory agencies require permits to assure the design, development, and construction meet requirements including but not limited to building codes, energy compliance, and environmental compliance.

You will need a permit to avoid any penalties or violations, which can be costly.

Types of Permits We Help With

There are different permits to apply for depending on the type of project you're looking to develop. The most common permits that we assist with in the application process include:

  • General Building Permits
  • Demolition Permits
  • Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing Permits
  • Special Use/Change of Occupancy
  • Land Use and Area Variances
  • Life Safety Permits (Fire Suppression & Fire Alarm)
  • Hazardous Material & Remediation
  • DEC & Environmental Permits
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Why Do You Need A  Permit?

The permit application process varies depending on the agency and classification of the work to be completed. These processes can vary depending on the required documentation, timeline, and deliverables.

Lakeside Engineering will help navigate each and every process to make the smoothest transition from application to construction.

Our Process

Step 1

Get started with a Project Inquiry today or fill out our Project Survey→ to tell us about your project

Step 2

Based on your project type, we will provide you with a custom proposal that outlines the scope of services required to bring your project from start to finish

Step 3
Site Visit

We will visit the project site to analyze site conditions, record accurate dimensions, and collect the necessary photography to ensure your project goes smoothly throughout the process

Step 4

We'll then begin the project design, including drafting and performing the structural calculations required to complete your project

Step 5

You'll get the final say on your project with a clear opportunity for changes, revisions, or requests before project completion

Step 6

Once you are satisfied, our Licensed Professional Engineer will stamp and certify your project


Need a Permit?

We’re ready to help.
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