Once the elevator annual inspection has been performed, the third-party inspector will upload the report to the eBUILD system, indicate if the inspection is passing, passed with conditions or failed and pay the $50 annual fee.
The Development and Permits Department will send the Certificate of Compliance to the Responsible Party on file for the elevator when a passing annual inspection report is provided. If the inspection passes but with conditions or is "safe to operate until", a provisional Certificate of Compliance will be issued. If the elevator inspection is failed, no Certificate of Compliance will be issued and the elevator should not be used until a passing inspection is received and a valid Certificate of Compliance is issued. All Certificates of Compliance will be sent via email to the Responsible Party on file, mailing of Certificates will be by special request only.
In order to comply with the City Code and Uniform Statewide Building Code (USBC), a Certificate of Compliance must be posted in or near the elevator.
Note to Owner & Agent
Please contact our office by phone or email if there is a change in the Responsible Party information. It is important we have the correct information on file in order to provide your Certificate of Compliance and any reminder notices.
If your elevator has been out of service or was due for inspection prior to January 1, 2020, you should email your inspection report for us to update our records and we will contact you with payment options for the $50 annual fee.