Designed to help University departments and shops perform work without filling out
an individual permit for each project and/or repair.
Hot Work Permit
Any operation including welding, cutting, brazing, soldering, grinding, torch-applied
roof systems or any other similar activities are referred to as hot-work. Hot work
operations – An operational permit is required for hot work including, but not limited
- Public exhibitions and demonstrations where hot work is conducted.
- Use of portable hot work equipment inside a structure.
- Fixed-site hot work equipment such as welding booths.
- Hot work conducted within a wildfire risk area.
- Application of roof coverings with the use of an open-flame device.
When approved, the Fire Code Official shall issue a permit to carry out a Hot Work
Hot work Permit
Issued to outside contractors and University entities to perform work regulated by
the codes which extend beyond the conditions of an Annual Permit.
Download the Individual Permit
Individual In-House Permit
An Individual In House Permit is issued to qualified University entities who act as
general contractors on a particular project. This type of permit generally involves
outside contractors being engaged by the acting University general contractor. Submittal
documentation for code review and approval may be required prior to the issuance of
an Individual In House Permit.
dOWNLOAD THE INDIVIDUAL IN-HOUSE PERMIT
Temporary Structure Permit
A Temporary Structure Permit is issued to anyone setting up a non-permanent structures
or equipment on campus such as a stage, climbing wall, tents, powered equipment, fencing,
lighting, bleachers, food handling equipment, tables, seating, etc. If an event on
campus involves the usage or installation of structures or equipment of this type,
documentation should be submitted to the Building Official at least two weeks prior
to the event for review and approval for code compliance. Submittal documentation
may include a site layout drawing, equipment specifications, and structural calculations.
Download the temporary structure permit
Temporary Use Permit
A Temporary Use Permit (TUP) is issued to anyone utilizing a space or facility for
purposes other than what has been approved by the Building or Fire Official for its
established use. If an event on campus involves the usage or installation of structures
or equipment within the space in question, then the TUP will establish conditions
of usage for that event. Documentation should be submitted to the Building Official
at least two weeks prior to the event for review and approval for code compliance.
Submittal documentation may include a space layout drawing, equipment specifications,
and any other documentation identifying the temporary function.
Download the temporary use permit
A Quick Permit is required when the work is considered an alteration and exceeds the
intent of an Annual Permit. Quick Permits do not require submittal documents prepared
by architects or engineers for the following work.Download the quick Permit