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PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
Project Name Project Address

(Part 1 of 3)
Date

PERF-1
29-Jul-2010

T2408SamplePermit

Enforcement Agency Use Building Permit #

Checked by/Date

GENERAL INFORMATION
Date of Plans Building Conditioned Floor Area

39,700

Climate Zone

12
HOTEL/MOTEL GUEST

BUILDING TYPE PHASE OF CONSTRUCTION

NONRESIDENTIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION

HIGH RISE RESIDENTIAL ADDITION ALTERATION

STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
This Certificate of Compliance lists the building features and performance specifications needed to comply with Title 24, Parts 1 and 6 of the State Building Code. This certificate applies only to a building using the performance compliance approach.
Documentation Author Signature Date Telephone

The Principal Designers hereby certify that the proposed building design represented in the construction documents and modeled for this permit application are consistent with all other forms and worksheets, specifications, and other calculations submitted with this permit application. The proposed building as designed meets the energy efficiency requirements of the State Building Code. Title 24, Part 6. ENV. LTG. MECH. 1. I hearby affirm that I am eligible under the provisions of Division 3 of theBusiness and Professions Code to sign this document as the person responsible for its preparation; and that I am licensed in the State of California as a civil engineer, mechanical engineer (envelope & mechanical only), or electrical engineer (lighting only) or I am a licensed architect. 2. I affirm that I am eligible under the provisions of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code Section 5537.2 or 6737.3 to sign this document as the person responsible for its preparation; and that I am a licensed contractor performing this work. 3. I affirm that I am eligible under Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code…...

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