Construction/Code Enforcement

Construction / Code Enforcement
303 Harding Highway
Carneys Point, NJ 08069

Monday thru Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm

Construction Official
             
Robert S. Berducc 856-299-0070 x123 robertb@carneyspointtwp.org

                                                       Technical Assistant                       Kim Minguez 856-299-0070 x126 kimm@carneyspointtwp.org


 Permit Processing from 8:00am to 4:30pm
Building Inspector Robert Berducci
Mon. Tues & Thurs  AM Inspections
Electrical Inspector Joe Freeman
Tues & Thurs AM Inspections
Plumbing Inspector Don Coles Tues & Thurs AM Inspections
Fire Inspector Don Coles Tues & Thurs AM Inspections
Elevator Inspector Frank Dougherty Inspections as needed
PERMITS ARE REQUIRED   FOR ANY POOL/STRUCTURE INTENDED FOR SWIMMING THAT HOLDS WATER OVER 24". As per IRC AG102
 
 

The following lists of building codes, as found on the DCA website, were adopted by the New Jersey State Uniform Construction Code Act.

These rules relate to the construction, maintenance, occupancy and use of buildings and structures.

It is the intent and purpose of this Act:

a. To encourage innovation and economy in construction and to provide requirements for construction and construction materials consistent with nationally recognized standards.

b. To formulate such requirements, to the extent practicable, in terms of performance objectives, so as to make adequate performance for the use intended as the test of acceptability.

c. To permit to the fullest extent feasible the use of modern technical methods, devices and improvements, including pre-manufactured systems, consistent with reasonable requirements for the health, safety, and welfare of occupants or users of buildings and structures.

d. To eliminate restrictive, obsolete, conflicting and unnecessary construction regulations that tend to unnecessarily increase construction cost or retard the use of new materials, products or methods of construction, or provide preferential treatment to types or classes of materials or products or methods of construction.

e. To insure adequate maintenance of buildings and structures throughout the State and to adequately protect the health, safety and welfare of the people.

f. To eliminate unnecessary duplication of effort and fees in the review of construction plans and the inspection of construction.

The Uniform Construction Code of New Jersey
2009 International Building Code, New Jersey Edition
2009 International Residential Code, New Jersey Edition
2009 National Standard Plumbing Code
2011 National Electrical Code
2009 International Fuel Gas Code
2009 International Mechanical Code
2009 International Energy Conservation Code
2003 ICC/ANSI A117.1Acessible buildings Code
Codes available on N.J. State Web Site -http://www.state.nj.us/dca/divisions/codes/codreg/

 

 

 
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