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Pre-Construction Checklist

Active Construction and Project Closeout Checklist

School Construction Inspection Reporting Requirements - School Districts - updated

School Construction Inspection Reporting Requirements - Charter Schools - updated

International Building Code 2012
Projects Exempt from Inspections

International Building Code 2012 Projects Requiring Inspections

Proposed School Facilities Construction

Preliminary Information


To be used only for existing projects in which facility spaces are not being changed, such as: parking lots, mechanical or electrical upgrades, roofing projects etc.).

To be used only for projects revised from original SP-4 submittal.

Final Plans Date on Proposed School Facilities Construction


Junior High School

High School

Charter School

School Right-Sizing Educational Facilities Process

Miscellaneous building projects, please use the SP-5 form that most closely applies.

Construction Inspection Summary Report

Final Inspection Certification

SP-10 Template 
Certificate of Occupancy (a template which can be used by the individual authorized to issue the certificate).

SP-10 Request
Request form to obtain the Certificate of Occupancy from the State Superintendent of Public Education

USOE School Building Certificate of Inspection Verification

Fire and Life Safety Plan Review Submittal Form

This form is to be submitted to the Utah State Fire Marshal's office along with construction documents, when requesting a plan review .  This is not the plan review document, required to be submitted as outlined in the Pre-Construction Checklist.

Charter School Board Building Officer

School District Building Official


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