Certificate of Occupancy application if there’s a new tenant or if the tenant is changing square footage of the space
An asbestos survey is required in the area where the construction will take place. The only exception is for a first time finish-out of a new shell building. (Asbestos surveys must be performed by someone certified by the Texas Department of State Health Services)
Documentation showing that plans have been submitted to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations (TDLR) for a Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS) review (This is only required if the valuation of the project is $50,000 or greater.)
Plans showing the existing, demolition, and proposed construction.
If the business involves food sales or food preparation, a separate submittal is required for Health. Submit 1 set of kitchen plans, a health plan review application, equipment specification sheets and the fee for the review. Contact Amie Burden at (972) 721-4912 with questions.
Additions, alterations, change in occupancy, or repairs that will affect the energy efficiency of the building or portion thereof will require a COMcheck (COMCheck is free software that can be downloaded at the Energy Codes Website) that shows compliance with the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC).