Contact
BB19 01063 New Single Family Residence
Address:
3352 AMAK LN LOT 25
BREMERTON,  WA  98310
Parcel #: 5571-000-025-0009
Status: Permit has been finaled / closed
Submitted: 10/29/2019
Approved: 12/5/2019
Issued: 12/16/2019
Closed: 12/14/2020
Expires: 6/12/2021
Inspections:
Required: 27
Complete: 27
Total Fees:
$4,55980
Additional fees may be required
Project: NEW SFR - PORT WASHINGTON PARK LOT 25 build New Single Family Residence - Port WA Park Lot 25 - Plan 2314 Elevation A, Garage Right

Public Notice
Description Begin Date End Date

Contacts
:
BROUGHTON WILLIAM H
:
HARBOR CUSTOM HOMES, LLC

Contractors
GENERAL:
HARBOR CUSTOM HOMES, LLC
License #: HARBOCH813PB

Details
Gov Permit?: N
Other Zoning: R10
Council District: DISTRICT 1
Census Class: 101/One-Family Houses Detached
Development Code: 010/Single Family Res, New
Dwelling Units:
Eng'd SW Req'd?:
Non-Eng'd SW Req'd?:

Parcels
Parcel(s) associated with your permit.
Parcel Owner Address
5571-000-025-0009 HARBOR CUSTOM HOMES INC 3352 AMAK LN
BREMERTON,  WA 98310

Submittals

ALL submittal documents must be submitted in PDF form.  All other types will not be accepted.

Submittal Required Received Accepted
Building plans Yes 10/29/2019 10/30/2019

Approval Steps
Follow your application through the approval process.
Step Status Date
Building Department Approved 11/5/2019
Planning Department Approved 11/15/2019
Public Works Approved 11/15/2019
Utilities Approved 11/15/2019
Administrative Step to Prepare for Issuance Approved 12/5/2019

Reviews
Start Complete Applicant Response

Fixtures
Fixture Quantity Per Unit Value
R-Gaspipe System LPG/NATL/OIL 1 $10.00 $10.00
R-Clothes Washing Machine 1 $7.00 $7.00
R-Bath Fan and/or Exhaust Fan 7 $7.25 $50.75
R-Vacuum Breaker (1-5) 2 $5.00 $10.00
R-Fireplace-Gas, or Gas Log Insert 1 $12.00 $12.00
R-Hose Bibs 2 $7.00 $14.00
R-Natural Gas Furnace +/- Ducting 1 $14.80 $14.80
R-Electric Furnace or Heat Pump +/- Ducting 1 $14.80 $14.80
R-Building Sewer 1 $15.00 $15.00
R-Water Closet and/or Urinal 3 $7.00 $21.00
R-Cook Stove with Exhaust 1 $10.65 $10.65
R-Range Hood 1 $10.65 $10.65
Residential MIsc P;umbing 1 $7.00 $7.00
R-Lawn Sprinkler System with Backflow Preventor 1 $7.00 $7.00
R-Dish Washer 1 $7.00 $7.00
R-Gas Water Heater Vent & Combustion Air 1 $10.65 $10.65
R-Sink (Lavatory, Kitchen, Mop or Bar Sink) 7 $7.00 $49.00
R-Clothes Dryer with Exhaust 1 $10.65 $10.65
R-Tub and/or Shower Unit 3 $7.00 $21.00
Total: $302.95

Valuations
Valuation Quantity Rate Value
New SFR Square Footage 2314.00 $120.75  / SQFT $279,415.50
Single Family Residence Deck Square Footage 93.00 $15.00  / SQFT $1,395.00
Single Family Residence Covered Deck Square Footage 28.00 $20.00  / SQFT $560.00
Single Family Residence Garage Square Footage 368.00 $47.80  / SQFT $17,590.40
Total: $298,960.90

Fees
Current fees for your permit are an estimate until the application has been submitted. Final amount due will be calculated upon submission of your completed application.
Fee Amount
State Surcharge Residential $6.50
Plan Check $1,580.15
Plumbing Fixture Fee $183.00
New SFR Permit Fee $2,431.00
Mechanical Fixture Fee $169.95
Technology Fee $139.20
State Energy Code $50.00
Total : $4,559.80

Bonds
Type Number Amount Issued Expires Completed

Inspections

If the inspection you are requesting is not essential, THE REQUEST WILL BE CANCELLED.  The Department of Community Development is operating in compliance with the Governor's order.

Completed On
Geotech Inspection-Footings bearing on native or bearing soil. Send report to Bldg. Dept. 6/15/2020
Foundation Footings, Property lines shall be properly identified 6/12/2020
Foundation/Footing Drain System 6/24/2020
Foundation Walls / Hold downs 6/18/2020
Plumbing Groundwork 8/24/2020
Underfloor Framing Inspection/Anchor Bolts & Washers/Hold Downs 7/7/2020
Slab On Grade garage floor pre-pour inspection. 8/7/2020
Shear Wall Panels/Braced Wall Panels 8/3/2020
Mechanical Rough-In 8/24/2020
Plumbing Rough-In 8/10/2020
Gas Piping Pressure Test 8/24/2020
L&I - Electrical Cover Inspection Before Framing (State of Washington) 8/24/2020
Framing Inspection (Mechanical & Plumb Rough-In, Elect Cover Completed) 8/24/2020
Insulation - Wall 8/31/2020
SHEAR WALL INTERIOR 8/28/2020
Sheetrock Nailing 9/3/2020
Paved Driveway & parking areas 11/20/2020
Insulation - Ceiling 11/24/2020
Insulation - Underfloor 11/24/2020
Energy Code - Duct Testing - Provide signed affidavit to Bldg Dept 11/20/2020
Energy Code - Air Leakage Test (Blower Door Test) 11/24/2020
L&I - Electrical Final Inspection 11/24/2020
PW - Sewer Lateral 6/24/2020
PW - Final Inspection - Utilities 11/16/2020
PW - Drainage 12/9/2020
Sewer line video inspection 11/13/2020
Final Inspection - Building 12/14/2020

Structures
Structure Use Occupancy Type Square Footage

Conditions
Surface water, water from downspouts, water from foundation drains are not permitted to drain to adjacent properties. This water shall go to an approved infiltration pit on site or tight lined to an approved point of connection.
Subsoil drains shall be provided around the perimeter of buildings having basements, cellars, crawl spaces or floors below grade, and piped to an approved location.
City of Bremerton Business License Required: Any person who "engages in business" shall first obtain a general business license pursuant to Chapter 5.02 BMC when engaging in any of the following: Installing, constructing, or supervising installation or construction, repair or maintenance of real or tangible personal property. Transportation of construction debris or excavated material. This is required to be completed prior to issuance of any building permits.)
DCD: Validity of permit. The issuance or granting of a permit shall not be construed to be a permit for, or an approval of, any violation of any of the provisions of the Washington State Building code or of any other ordinance of the City of Bremerton. Permits presuming to give authority to violate or cancel the provisions of the Washington State Building code or other ordinances of the City of Bremerton shall not be valid. The issuance of a permit based on construction documents and other data shall not prevent the building official from requiring the correction of errors in the construction documents and other data. The building official is also authorized to prevent occupancy or use of a structure where in violation of the Washington State Building code or of any other ordinances of the City of Bremerton.
ASBESTOS AND LEAD-BASED PAINT: ASBESTOS: Prior to performing any renovation or demolition work, Puget Sound Clean Air Agency and Washington Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) regulations require an asbestos survey be performed to determine whether there are asbestos-containing materials in the work area or structure. The asbestos survey must be conducted by and EPA-certified (AHERA) building inspector (except renovation or owner-occupied single family residences).For more information, please contact Clean Air Agency through their web site at www.pscleanair.org or by phone at 800-552-3565 or 206-343-8800. The L&I web site can be found at www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/LicensingReq/Asbestos/default.asp. LEAD-BASED PAINT: A contractor or person receiving compensation who is performing renovation, repairs or painting on a residential building or a child-occupied facility built before 1978, must be trained and certified by an accredited training provider, and registered as a Renovator by the Washington State Department of Commerce- Lead-Based Paint Program. For further information please contact: The Department of Commerce website at: www.commerce.wa.gov/lead, or call: (360) 586-LEAD (5323). CONTRACTOR: A contractor’s registration issued by Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries is required for anyone who contracts or submits bids for construction work, including new construction, alterations, repairs, or anyone who consults or superintends, improves, demolishes, develops residential property for sale, or “flips” houses. Contact L & I at (360)415-4000 for information.
The temporary use of streets or public property for the storage or handling of materials or of equipment required for construction or demolition, and the protection provided to the public shall comply with the provisions of the applicable governing authority, BMC 11.02. (IBC 3308.1)
Construction equipment and materials shall be stored and placed so as not to endanger the public, the workers or adjoining property for the duration of the construction project. (IBC 3301.2)
Construction materials and equipment shall not be placed or stored so as to obstruct access to fire hydrants, standpipes, fire or police alarm boxes, catch basins or manholes, nor shall such material or equipment be located within 20 feet (6096 mm) of a street intersection, or placed so as to obstruct normal observations of traffic signs. (IBC 3308.1.1)
Fire apparatus access roads shall not be obstructed in any manner, including the parking of vehicles. (IFC 503.4)
DCD: Reinspection Fee: All approved plans, the printed building permit, and the permit inspection placard, are required to be on-site for inspection purposes, and work to be inspected shall be complete and ready for inspection. If an inspection is called for and plans are not available on site, or the work is not ready for inspection, approval will not be granted. In addition, a re-inspection fee will be charged and must be collected by the Department of Community Development prior to any further inspections being performed or approvals granted.
DCD: Approved Plans, Engineering, Site Plan, Permit, and Conditions shall remain on site and be available for inspection. Any changes to plans shall be approved before construction is performed. Architect or engineer of record shall approve the change before submitting a revision. A revision is subject to a revision fee and additional fees for plan review and inspections.
Property lines shall be properly marked. Setbacks are measured to the finished wall of the structure.
Plumbing work shall be performed by a Level 01 Journeyman Plumber licensed in the state of Washington. Residential plumbing work may be performed by a Level 01 or :Level 02 Journeyman Plumber licensed in the state of Washington. Single family residential plumbing work may be performed by the owner.
A separate electrical permit issued through Labor & Industries (L&I) is required for any new, modified, repair, replacement, service, maintenance, or temporary installations. Electrical work is inspected by L&I prior to cover and the framing inspection. Contact L&I at 360-415-4000 or www.lni.wa.gov. (RCW 19.28)
Carbon Monoxide Alarms. For new construction, an approved carbon monoxide alarm listed in compliance with UL 2034 shall be installed outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedroom in dwelling units and on each level of the dwelling. In a building where a tenancy exists, the tenant shall maintain the CO alarm as specified by the manufacturer including replacement of the batteries.
CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS: IRC Section 315.1. An approved carbon monoxide alarm (UL 2034) shall be installed outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedroom in dwelling units and on each level of the dwelling in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. In a building where a tenancy exists, the tenant shall maintain the CO alarm as specified by the manufacturer including replacement of the batteries.
COMBUSTION AIR: IRC Section M1701.1. Solid-fuel-burning appliances shall be provided with combustion air in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's installation instructions. Oil-fired appliances shall be provided with combustion air in accordance with NFPA 31. The requirements for combustion and dilution air for gas-fired appliances shall be in accordance with Chapter 24. Fireplaces shall comply with Section 1001. APPLIANCE LOCATIONS: IRC Section G2406.2. Fuel burning appliances shall not be installed in a sleeping room, bathroom, toilet room, or closet. Exception: direct vent appliances (see IRC Section G2406.2 for additional exceptions). PROTECTION OF APPLIANCES: IRC Section M1307.3. Appliances located in a garage or carport or any other location subject to vehicle damage shall be protected by approved barriers. Appliances having an ignition source shall be elevated so that the source of ignition is at least 18” above the floor in garages and in any room that opens to the garage. Appliances designed to be fixed in position shall be fastened or anchored in an approved method. CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS: IRC Section 315. An approved carbon monoxide alarm listed with UL 2034 shall be installed outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedroom. In a building where a tenancy exists, the tenant shall maintain the CO alarm as specified by the manufacturer including replacement of the batteries. MANUFACTURER’S SPECS: IRC M1307.1. The manufacturer’s operating and installation instructions shall remain attached to the appliance until final inspection
DCD: Gas Piping: Fuel or gas piping shall be inspected after the installation of fuel/gas piping is complete, and before the attachment of fixtures, appliances, or shut-off valves. At the time of inspection the test pressure shall be no less than 10 psi held for no less than 15 minutes. Appliances to be attached to the fuel/gas piping system shall not be used until the final inspection has been performed and approved by a Building Inspector.
Combustion Air: In buildings of unusually tight construction, or within a garage, all fuel-burning appliances, other than cooking appliances and domestic clothes dryers, shall obtain combustion air from outside in accordance with the International Mechanical Code, International Fuel Gas Code and/or the International Residential Code.
DCD: Plan Review Requirements: The attached plan review checklist and identified corrections, along with the Energy Compliance Worksheet (when applicable) are part of the approved plans and must remain attached thereto. It is the responsibility of the applicant to make the corrections indicated on the plans. Once the plans are marked "APPROVED", they shall not be changed or altered without authorization from the Building Official. All proposed changes to "APPROVED" building plans that effect compliance with the City of Bremerton Building and Fire Code as adopted and amended in BMC Title 17 and Title 18, or any other City of Bremerton ordinance or regulation, must be reviewed and approved by the Department of Community Development prior to construction. Failure to comply and/or removal of attached documents will result in failure of required building inspections.
Engineered Wood Floor Trusses & Truss Roof Systems shall have a site specific engineered design (Framing Plan) available at time of Under Floor and/or Framing Inspection.
Under-floor Inspection: After the foundation is complete, and the floor system is framed, but prior to the installation of the sub-floor or floor sheathing, (exposed floor framing) the under-floor area must be inspected, including all floor framing, anchor bolts, hold-downs and under-floor posts and positive connection devices.
Shear Wall Inspection/Braced Wall Inspection: Due to the complexity of the shear wall/braced wall nailing patterns and hold-down requirements contained within the engineered lateral or prescriptive design, a separate shear wall/braced wall inspection is required for this project. This inspection should be requested and performed prior to the installation of exterior wall coverings, prior to the framing inspection, such that all shear-wall/braced wall nailing patterns may be observed, and the installation of all required hold-down devices and required straps, etc. are in place in accordance with the engineer's lateral or prescriptive design.
Final Inspection Required: All building permits shall have a final inspection performed and approved by the City of Bremerton Department of Community Development prior to permit expiration. The failure to request a final inspection or failure to obtain final approval prior to expiration may require a reactivation fee, or a new permit application if more than a year has passed with no activity. The permit expires 180 days past the date of inactivity. Required inspections: Any work required to be inspected and that is covered before such inspection may be required to be uncovered so that the inspection may be performed. Examples of inspections to be performed before covering are mechanical rough-in, plumbing rough-in, gas piping, framing, and sheetrock nailing.
Call before you dig: Calling 811, two business days before you begin digging, will alert utilities to come out and mark THEIR buried lines from the street to your house For FREE!
Development must comply with Conditions of Plat Approval and Title 20 in the BMC. No structures shall be placed within the setbacks, driveways shall not exceed 20' in width, height shall not exceed 35' from average grade to the peak of the structure, and all development not shown on the approved plans must be submitted for review and approval prior to construction. All driveways and areas used for loading, parking, and maneuvering motorized vehicles shall have a paved surface. Two off-street parking spaces are required for every residential unit pursuant to BMC 20.48.

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