San Francisco's Planning Department provides many useful tools and information on its website to inform the public on the permitting process and what type of construction projects require a permit. The planning department website can be found at: http://www.sf-planning.org/
The link below provides a quick overview of the permitting process in San Francisco.
How to Get Your Project Approved Faster:
City of San Francisco's "Priority Permit Processing" guidelines for Affordable Housing projects and High Performing (Energy Efficient) Green Buildings:
CPG provides green building and entitlement advisory services to help you recieve priority permit processing by the City of San Francisco's Planning and Building Inspection Departments. With our vast experience in development review, entitlement processing, green building and high performance building design, including our experience working with the San Francisco's Planning and Building Inspection staff, we can help you take advantage of San Francisco's expedited permit processing process.
For more information on San Francisco's Priority Permit Processing guidelines see below:
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Call us today for to see if you qualify for a free energy audit for your Multifamily Building!
For latest CALGreen revisions that went into effect on July 1, 2015 click here.
CPG is a qualified partcipating Rater for PG&E's Energy Upgrade CA Multifamily Program in Southern California. As qualified Rater we can perform Energy Efficiency Performance Audits, required for building owners to benefit from the Multifamily Energy Upgrade California Program. Click here to learn more.
GreenPoint Rating: What's in it for you?
Here's a good article on CalGreen and its relation to GreenPoint Rated & Title 24:
"CalGreen, GreenPoints, and Title 24-What's the Deal?" by Rebecca Firestone in GreenCompliancePlus
Building Benchmark: Per AB 1103, its the law. Initial compliance will begin on January 1, 2014 (California) for non-residential buildings going through a financial transaction which includes: a sale, lease and refinance. Click here for more info.
Frequently Asked Questions about CA's Non-Residential Building Energy Use Disclosure Law (AB 1103), click here:
CTCAC Sustainable Building Method Requirements for affordable housing projects
"Affordable Housing with Unaffordable Energy Bills, Innovative Financial Solutions to Drive Greater Efficiency," excellent article discussing affordable housing and efficiency