Although the snow is still falling, many building projects in Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton are still moving forward. If you are thinking of building or renovating in 2016, now is the time to start considering what you need to submit to the local Council Authorities to get your building permit approved on time.
Typically the design phase of a project can be a lengthy process coordinating the client’s requirements between the relevant consultants.
At Twin Peaks Engineering, we aim to provide value for money and work seamlessly with other design consultants in a timely manner, in order to ensure that the building permit package is submitted on time. Past experience has shown that building permits (whether for large or small projects) have taken up to three months to be reviewed and approved within the Sea to Sky Corridor. This is not at fault of the local Council Authorities, but rather an indication of the shear volume of building permits that have been submitted.
As this building season is fast approaching, we are seeing the same trends as previous years with a large number of new projects coming through requiring building permit submission.
So, if you are considering utilising this 2016 building season, contact us here at Twin Peaks Engineering to find out how we can help you with your Consulting Structural Engineering needs within Whistler, Squamish or Pemberton for your exciting new project.