HAVE YOU INSPECTED YOUR BUILDING?
Beginning in 2004, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania adopted the Property Maintenance Code of the City of Pittsburgh to protect health, safety, and welfare in existing buildings and structures. Based on the International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC), the Pittsburgh ordinance requires periodic inspection of exterior features by a licensed architect or engineer.
It takes training and experience to know when a small crack means big trouble.
Since our first project in Pittsburgh in 1984, Hoffmann Architects + Engineers has provided condition assessment, reporting, design, and repair services to buildings throughout the Steel City. Don’t take chances with public safety – we can help.
Pittsburgh Enacts Property Maintenance Code
Informational bulletin from Hoffmann on what building owners, managers, and design professionals need to know to comply with the regulation.
Pittsburgh Department of Permits, Licenses and Inspections (PLI)
PLI oversees facade ordinance inspection and reporting.
Pittsburgh PLI Code Enforcement
Protects health, safety, and welfare in existing buildings by enforcing the International Property Maintenance Code and Zoning Code.
City of Pittsburgh, Building Codes
Building codes regulated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
City of Pittsburgh Code of Ordinances, Title 10 Chapter 1004
Adoption of the International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC), 2015 edition.
Have a project you would like to discuss? Get in touch