Construction Safety Week 2012
This year's Construction Safety Week
kicks off on April 23 with the 2012
Build Safe│Live Safe Conference at
the Marriott Marquis in Times Square.
Department engineers, architects and
construction experts will highlight new
safety measures, analyze trends and
outline a vision for future construction
operations in the City. Seating is
limited, and reservations are required.
Professionals can earn continuing
2012 Department of Buildings Annual Report
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Energy Code Training
A limited number
of seats are still available for the upcoming 2011 NYC Energy Conservation Code training at The
Cooper Union. This two-day course — on April 5 and April 12 — is the most
comprehensive NYCECC educational program available. Professionals will earn 13 LU/PDH (HSW/SD) hours.
About the NYCECC
Cranes + Derricks
New CD23 + CD25 Forms
Renewals - UPDATED
New ADA Standards
Work Without a Permit + SWO Vios
Requesting Overrides, Reductions, Penalty Waivers
Vios for Noncompliance
New Visibility Standards
Assembly Certificate of Operation Renewals
New Buildings Bulletins
addresses prefabricated parallel chord wood trusses.
2012-003 clarifies "predominantly built-up area" bulk regulations for existing residential buildings.
sets standards for fuel-gas compressors, duct burners and heat recovery steam
generators in cogeneration and combined heat and power (CHP)
outlines criteria for buffers,
interlocks, elevator entrances, wedge shackles, elevator
governors and elevator brakes.
We've added new open
houses at the NYC
Development Hub, where we're leading live demonstrations on
how to submit digital construction plans.
This new, virtual approval process
is accelerating project approvals up
to three-times faster
and spurring job creation.
Email us to reserve your spot in one of
our open houses at 80 Centre
Street, third floor, in Manhattan.
Learn More About the Hub