Posts Tagged ‘Certificate of occupancy’

Building Occupancy and Turning on the Juice

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

My blog from December 15 of last year (“Preoccupied with Occupancy Certificates: Part I”) was intended to provide an introduction to the use of a certificates of occupancy (CO) by local inspections agencies to ensure that a development project is ready for use before it is occupied. This blog concerns the interplay between certificates of […]

Preoccupied with Occupancy Certificates: Part I

Thursday, December 15th, 2011

My current preoccupation (a temporary one, I hope) is certificates of occupancy. I don’t mean those permissions necessary to occupy public property in the Raleigh, New York, or Washington demonstrations that have been in the news. No, I mean those ordinary certificates of occupancy that local governments issue to allow new buildings to be occupied […]