Building Inspections is guided by Manager, Anthony Boyko and assisted by Field Supervisor and Trainers, Piero Cannistra and Al Currie.
Building Inspection staff are responsible for the inspection of all new construction within the borders of the Town to ensure buildings are constructed to meet the health and safety provisions of the Ontario Building Code, the Building Code Act, the Building By-law and other applicable law and standards. Staff also perform special investigations of illegal construction and unsafe buildings.
The following is a list of typical projects handled:
- All commercial, industrial and institutional projects
- All commercial and industrial tenant projects
- All housing projects, including additions
- Change of Use projects
- Life safety systems
- On-site sewage systems
- Public swimming pool construction
- Commercial kitchen exhaust systems and the fire suppression system
- Spray booth exhaust systems and the fire suppression system
- Dust collection systems
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During the course of construction and at the time of building occupancy, building officials inspect a building for compliance with the building permit documents and the Ontario Building Code. We receive many requests from builders, architects, professional engineers, owners and members of the public for information on what specifically our inspectors check for during construction. The following checklists can be of assistance to those responsible for ensuring a structure is built to code.(1)
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- Non-Housing Projects (I.C.I. buildings)
- Housing Projects
(1)Checklists cannot contain all references in the Building Code. Compliance with each item on the above checklists does not absolve anyone from building in full compliance with the Ontario Building Code and Act.
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