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This ProjectDox Training reviews how to use and operate our plan submission system.
If you are an existing or an aspiring small business owner you will benefit from watching this livestream with attorneys at the Small Business Brief Advice Legal Clinic, sponsored by the DC Bar Pro Bono Center. This clinic features information on business formation, contracts, leases, taxes or any other questions you may have related to small business legal issues.
In case you missed the last Permit Operations & Inspections Division Quarterly Stakeholders Meeting that took place on October 30th, catch up on the latest updates from our permitting, inspections and building departments now from your desktop or smartphone.
This livestreamed video is reviewing our Solar Permitting Guide. This training is for District homeowners, developers and the solar industry to understand DCRA's and related agency's solar permitting processes and requirements. Join our Green Building experts as they provide a thorough overview of the solar permitting process.
This Buyer Beware: What DCRA Wants You to Know Before & After You Buy or Remodel a Home workshop will cover many topics from permit application, plan review, illegal construction, DC Construction Code requirements, and many more. This training is for people interested in buying, remodeling and protecting their home.
Join our livestream of our National Preparedness Month panel discussion, Learn Life-Saving Skills: Prepare Your Family for Any Disaster. Our guests from the DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA), the DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), and the DC Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) will educate us on how to prepare for a natural disaster.
Christopher Bailey, DCRA’s Deputy Chief Building Official of Permitting, conducts a seminar on how to properly submit plans to DCRA for construction permits.
This new technology allows wood to replace concrete & steel. It will eventually be cheaper than concrete & steel, faster to construct, and unlike concrete & steel, more sustainable. This will have a profound impact on the ways our cities are designed – but American companies currently must import the design talent, construction labor, and materials. How can we grow a local talent base? How do we get these projects built? The race is on, and the District sees itself leading the way. Listen in while experts discuss the emerging trend to use a different kind of technology for building construction.