School Construction Site Review and Approval
What forms or documents need to be submitted to obtain site approval?
The completed Form SCG-053 with attachments, and the property appraisals.
I have multiple projects occurring at the same school site a CV code violation RR roof replacement and EC energy conservation each having a separate State Project Number. Does each of these projects require a separate Form SCG-053 submission?
Answer: Yes, each State Project Number requires a separate submission Form SCG-053.
Will an incomplete or un-submitted Form SCG-053 impact my grant approval?
Yes, a completed Form SCG-053 is required and must be submitted at the time of grant application in order to allow a grant commitment letter* to be issued.
*NOTE: Issuance of a grant commitment letter does not guarantee grant approval. Plan Review department review, approval and sign-off must be obtained to complete the grant process.
What type of acknowledgment will I receive from the OSCG&R once a completed Form SCG-053 has been submitted?
Answer: Any issues discovered in submission documents will be addressed. The DAS will provide a notification of deficiency either through email correspondence or via a telephone call, followed up by a formal letter.
All school construction projects require submission of Form SCG-053. Does every school construction project also require site approval?
Answer: No. Only construction projects designated as N, E/A, RNV, RNV/E, CT-THSS or Replacement require site approval.
My school construction site is located on or near a waterway. How do I know what permits or approvals are required?
- Initially, meet with local officials regarding a Storm Water Pollution Control Plan (SPCP), a DEEP Storm Water Discharge Permit, Flood Management Permit and approvals, local Inland Wetlands and Watercourses requirements, Health Department regulations, Zoning requirements and Building Permits.
- Contact Jeff Bolton for state and federal permit and approval questions