Occupancy Permits

Establishing a new facility can be a real challenge when hazardous material operations are involved.  Whether a company is relocating, expanding, or starting a whole new operation, numerous agencies and their requirements, documents, permits, inspections, etc., must all be coordinated with building activities to achieve a timely completion of the project.

Some permit applications require as much as three months lead time before permits to operate will be granted.  Starting the process late can seriously delay the project and cause considerable cost overruns.  CDMS can coordinate and implement the hazardous material related aspects of a new facility to make sure that permits are obtained in a timely manner and the facility is in compliance when production begins.