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HVAC Duct Detector Permit Application
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Fire Detection Permit Application
Incomplete submittals will not be processed. Separate buildings or spaces being modified require separate fire permits.
Type of Permit Application
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Duct Detection - Tie into Fire Alarm System
Duct Detection - No Fire Alarm System Present
If there is an existing fire alarm system, duct detection must be tied into the fire alarm control panel. This application typically needs to be completed by the Fire Alarm Contractor in these situations.
# of Devices
Fire Permit Project Valuation
The value of all work being permitted, including total cost of all materials.
Related Mechanical Permit #
Description of the proposed work
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Must include suite and/or building address number if working in a multi-tenant building.
Please note that we may request an additional paper set of plans depending on the scale and legibility of the electronic submittal. In addition, if the files are too large for submittal, please contact our office to make arrangements. **PLANS SUBMITTED MUST BE LEGIBLE WHEN PRINTED ON 11X17 OR SMALLER AND MUST BE IN A 'FLAT' FORMAT**
Floor Plan/System Layout
Show the intended installation location of the standalone annunciator panel which must be in a constantly attended location.
Annunciator Panel Device Specifications
Duct Detector Device Specifications
NICET Level III Letter ** Required for all permits not requiring FPE Letter
All construction documents shall be reviewed by a NICET III in fire alarms or a licensed professional engineer (PE) in Washington prior to being submitted for permitting. The reviewing professional shall submit a stamped, signed, and dated letter; … indicating the system has been reviewed and meets or exceeds the design requirements of the state of Washington and the local jurisdiction. (Effective July 1, 2018.) [WAC 907.10.2 Design review]
Person to contact regarding application or project questions.
Applicant/Contact First Name
Applicant/Contact Last Name
Contact Phone Number
UBI# - Must have City of Kennewick Business License
Washington State Contractor's License #
Office Phone Number
Note: Invoices for payment will be sent to this email address once plans have been approved.
Electronic Signature Agreement
By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.
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