Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Arlington County, Henrico County, Prince William County, City of Alexandria, Albemarle County, Virginia Beach, Richmond, Alexandria, Norfolk, Chesapeake, etc.
The process of obtaining permits in Virginia can be lengthy and complex, involving multiple government agencies and departments. Our expediting services simplify the process by handling all of the paperwork, submissions, and follow-up required to obtain the permits in a timely manner.
Using our permit expediting services will save you time and money, as well as reduce the risk of delays and costly mistakes. The expediting service providers are experienced in navigating the regulations and requirements involved in the permitting & licensing process in Virginia, and can help to ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget. Additionally, we can also assist with obtaining necessary inspections and certificates of occupancy.
Permit Expediting & Consulting
Building Permits, Trade Permits, Demolition Permits, DDOT Permits, Sign Permits, Raze Permits, New Tenant Layout Permit, Elevator Permits, New Construction Permits, Etc.
Construction planning often reduces cost and aligns your vision with the final project outcome. To learn more about our construction planning services, please contact us.
Feasibility Study & Zoning Research
We perform feasibility studies to assess the viability of a project. Our studies are used to determine the likelihood of a project’s success and can influence an owner or investors decision to acquire a property.
Drafting & Design Services
We provide final design plans and even engineered plans that will allow you to bid your project and submit for a building permit.
Occupancy Permit & Business Licensing
We assist in gathering together all of your occupancy & business license requirements, filing in the paperwork, and submitting them to the proper authorities.
Stop Work Order Representative
We assist with stop work order removal in various ways including representation and on time filing of all paperwork to the local government jurisdictions.