IEH is a team of qualified specialists focused on identifying and remediating environmental concerns in and around existing and proposed school buildings while ensuring regulatory compliance. The Division is comprised of 4 functional units:
The Construction Inspection Division (CID) is responsible for performing code compliance and quality assurance inspections and witnessing tests on SCA projects.
CID is divided into three inspection units:
CID promotes the safety and welfare of New York City students, staff, and the general public by working closely with Architecture & Engineering (A&E), Construction Management (CM), and Building Code Compliance (BCC) to ensure that the SCA delivers facilities that are code compliance, of the highest quality workmanship, and accurately reflect the requirements outlined in the contract plans, specifications and all relevant codes.
The Safety Division provides protection to the students, teachers, school personnel and the general public during all new construction and renovation of New York City school buildings. Its team of safety professionals:
Refer to the Safety Manual and Forms and Checklists for more information.
The New York City School Construction Authority's Building Code Compliance Division (formerly referred to as the Facilities Inspection Division or FID) carries out the mission of the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) in accordance with a Memorandum of Understanding between DOB and SCA. Through its experienced professional staff of plan examiners, permit processors, and inspectors, BCC helps to facilitate:
The following resources describe in detail how the SCA facilitates DOB plan reviews, permitting, and sign-offs.
The Environmental & Regulatory Compliance Department is comprised of four divisions that provide technical support and oversight in their respective areas of expertise throughout the SCA.