Building Code Strategy

The Importance of a Building and Fire Code Review

Have you completed a building code review for your structure? It is imperative that your project complies with both building codes and fire codes, and not just so you can open your building or home up. It has to be safe enough for constant use. After all, most architectural projects are all about creating homes and buildings that people will be living in and moving in every day. Being responsible for injury or death due to failure to comply with the codes is something that no one wants.

The trouble with these codes is that they can be difficult to understand, especially if you are not experienced in that area. The codes can change between states and jurisdictions, and they are updated when they need to be. Keeping up with what the standards are can be overwhelming.

Not meeting these codes, though, can mean spending more time and money since you will have to go back and fix things- possibly undoing what you have already done.

The good news is that you can take an active approach to help ensure you meet them: Give Arx 360, Inc. a call. We can help review your building plan from the beginning, giving us a opportunity to pinpoint any potential violations that we see.

After the project is complete, and along the way, if need be- we can conduct both a building code review and a fire code review to make sure your property is up to standards. Should there be any issue in the future, we can act as an independent party to review the complaint, the codes, and help you determine what you need to do next.

No matter what project step you are currently working through, we can help you with a building code review and a fire code review. Let us keep up with the codes so you can focus on other things.

“Scott has a terrific work ethic, and a commitment to excellence in all of his work. I found him to be easy to work with and thorough. He shares my attitude and approach to providing our clients with the highest level of service.

I highly recommend him as an architect and project manager.”

Rob Rosner

Director of Economic Opportunity, City of Tampa, FL

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