Beverly City Construction Office
446 Broad Street
Beverly, NJ 08010
Phone: (609) 387-1881 ext. 107
Fax: (609) 387-3558
Office Hours: Tuesdays & Wednesdays 9 AM -1 PM
Electrical: Tuesdays 11 AM – 3 PM
Building: Wednesdays 9 AM – Noon
Fire: Wednesdays 9 AM – Noon
Plumbing: Wednesdays 9 AM – Noon
*ALL INSPECTIONS MUST BE CALLED IN PRIOR TO 3:PM THE DAY BEFORE THE REQUESTED INSPECTION DATE*
|Peter Carbone||Construction Code Official|
|Vicki Sereduk||Technical Assistant|
|Peter Carbone||Building/Plumbing Subcode Inspector|
|Henry Skala||Electrical Subcode Inspector|
Attention Beverly City Residents
This office performs all duties and responsibilities as required by the Uniform Construction Code, the International Construction Code, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, and laws pursuant to the New Jersey uniform Construction Code. This office follows the requirements under the DCA and Beverly City Codes.
Municipal Construction Permits WILL NOT be issued without proof of NJ State Registration from any contractor working on your home. Applications packets are available at: Beverly City Construction Office, or by calling Consumer Affairs at 1-888-656-6225 or online at: http://www.nj.gov/oag/ca/contractors/
Home improvements include the construction, installation, replacement, or repair of residential driveways, sidewalks, swimming pools, terraces, patios, additions, landscaping, fences, porches, windows, doors, cabinets, kitchens, bathrooms, garages, finished basements, basement waterproofing, fire protection devices, security protection devices, central heating and air conditioning equipment, water softeners, heaters, and purifiers, solar heating or water systems, insulation installation, roofing and siding, wall-to-wall carpeting or attached or inlaid floor coverings, and more.
A Construction Permit, which may include a Building, Electrical, Fire and/or Plumbing Sub-Code technical section, is required to do any of the following as listed below.
The following is a general guide – each job may have different requirements and may need more than is listed below
Construction permit applications for projects which change the footprint of the building, lot coverage, use of the space, etc. may also require a Zoning approval. An application for Zoning can be obtained from the City Construction Office.
For Construction Forms, please visit: http://www.state.nj.us/dca/divisions/codes/resources/constructionpermitforms.html
|Additions: All||New Buildings: All|
|Air Conditioning: Electric & Plumbing||Plumbing Work: Plumbing|
Fire/Smoke/Carbon Monoxide: Electric & Fire
|*Pool: Building, Electric, Plumbing, Fire (for heater)|
|Alterations: Residential/Commercial – All||Porch: Building|
|Asbestos Removal: Building||Radon: Building & Electric|
Building, Electric, Fire & Plumbing
Direct replacement and/or
any piping changes – Plumbing
(Need licensed plumbing contractor or Home Owner)
|Car Port: Building (others as needed)||Satellite Dish:
(Over 24″ Diameter) – Building
|Chimney Reline: Fire||Shed:
(Over 100 sq. ft or over 10′ high) – Building
|Deck: Building||Siding: Building|
|Demolition: Building||Signs: Building & Electric|
(Adding, Enlarging or Eliminating) – Building
|Spa/Hot Tub: Building & Electric|
|Electric Work: Landscape Lighting, All Voltages||Sprinkler: Fire|
|Elevator: Elevator||Steps: Building|
if – (Around a pool, over 6′ or Commercial) – Building
|Woodburning Stove: Building & Fire|
Building, Fire, Plumbing & Chimney Certification
(Installation, Abandonment or Removal)
Building & Fire
|Garage: Building (Others as needed)||Telephone/Comm. Points/Voice Data/Computer Wiring: Electric|
|Gazebo: Building||Tenant Fit Out: All|
Electric (if fuel fired equip. does not need licensed electrician)
Fire & Plumbing
|Hood: Fire & Electric||Temporary Mobile Home: All|
|Lawn Sprinkler: Electric, Plumbing & Copy of D.E.P. Landscape Irrigation License||Water Heater: Plumbing|
|Moving a structure: Building & all utility sign-offs as for demo
(Also would require footing/foundation application for setting the structure in new location)
(Adding, enlarging, or eliminating) – Building
*Pool Regulations: The State of New Jersey now requires a permit and fence protection for any pool installed that is 24 inches or deeper, regardless of overall size or square footage. Please be advised that swimming pools are not to be used until all final inspections have been completed. The final building and electric must be approved for your protection.
Obligations During Construction:
- Any work which does not conform to the approved plans will require re inspection. If the work continues without resolving the problem, the applicant will be fined and the job stopped.
- Applicants are required to post the Permit prominently on the site and to keep a copy of the approved Plans at the site.
- When the project is completed, the applicant must call for Final Building, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire Inspections prior to occupying.
State law mandates that the Construction Official issue a fine to any person who performs work without a Permit if the construction is of a nature which requires a Permit.
Construction Code Official – Peter Carbone
What happens after the permit is issued?
Periodically, inspections will be required. In the case of some work such as roofing or siding, there will only be a final inspection needed. All inspection requests will require at least 24 hours notice prior to the date your inspection is needed. Once the work has been completed and final inspection has been approved, a Certificate of Approval or Certificate of Occupancy, depending on the type of work done, will be issued. The Construction Office will not send a copy of the Certificate unless you request one. A copy will be kept on file with the Building Permit.