Buildings & HVAC Compliance Statement

SPS 361.40 Supervision.
COMPLIANCE STATEMENT. Prior to initial occupancy of a new building or addition, and prior to final occupancy of an alteration of an existing building, the supervising architect, engineer or designer shall file a written statement with the authority that issued plan approval certifying that, to the best of his or her knowledge and belief, construction of the portion to be occupied has been performed in substantial compliance with the approved plans and specifications.
Enter your SPS Customer ID Number to list the Building, HVAC, Fire Alarm or Sprinkler Objects for which you are listed as Supervising Professional. Then choose the following that best describes the status of the Transaction and Object. A building supervising professional includes structural, fire protection, egress, fire resistive construction, sanitary, barrier free, energy and lighting components that are building systems for the project.:
Click this, if to the best of your knowledge, belief and based on on-site observation, construction of the following items have been completed in substantial compliance with the approved plans and specifications.
Click this, if you are aware of code violations that are of substantial concern that could affect the safe occupancy of the building or structure.
Click this, if the project related to these transactions and objects will NOT be constructed.
Withdrawn/Partial Compliant
Click this, if you no longer are the Supervising Professional for this transaction and these related objects or, if you are entering compliance for a limited or partial scope of work. Please identify, on the additional information screen, the compliance status for portion of the work that is complete.
By entering your SPS Customer ID Number and selecting to file the status of these Transactions and Objects, you hereby certify you, the Supervising Professional, are filing the compliance statement in accordance with SPS 361.40. This must be submitted prior to initial occupancy. Failure to submit this may result in penalties as specified in SPS 361.23