• NYC work in progress sign -NYC project information panel (33.5x55 inch, frontage less then 60ft)-pick up

    $395.00

    NYC work in progress sign -NYC project information panel for site with a street frontage Less than 60 feet.

    Steps:

    1) Order Online

    2) feel up form ( we will send you) and return to us.

    3) Provide permit in pdf file

    4) Provide rendering ( image of building )

    5) logo if any email us

    *** due to it size we advice our customer pick up only ***



    Size: 35.5" x 55" .

    Material: Corrugated plastic  


    For  construction  sites  with  a  street  frontage  less  than  60  feet  (18  288  mm),  the  dimensions  for  a  project information  panel,  other  than  that  posted  in  conjunction  with  a  demolition  project,  shall  be  55  inches  (1397mm) wide and 36.5 inches (927 mm) high, in accordance with Figure 3301.9 .1.4(3)
    3301.9 Required 

    signs: Signs  shall  be  posted  at  a  construction  or  demolition  site  in  accordance  with  Sections  3301.9.1  through 3301.9.5.

    The code change and Now every New construction Project Information in accordance with new NYC Department of Buildings signage requirements dob signs construction signage policy our work in progress panels must have the project information posted on the fence .The panel design includes a project rendering, elevation drawing of building or zoning diagram of building exterior, a description of the project and anticipated completion date, owner and contractor information, 311 information and the primary Department of Buildings permit.

    Signs  posted  at  construction  or  demolition sites  for  one-,  two-or  three-family  dwellings  may  comply  with  Section 3301.9.3 in lieu of this section.

    3301.9.1.3  Project  information  panel  material. Project  information  panels  shall  be  constructed  out  of  a  durable  and weatherproof  material  such  as  vinyl,  plastic,  or  aluminum,  and  such  material  shall  be  flame  retardant  in  accordance  with NFPA 701 or listed under UL 214


    3301.9 Required  signs.

    Signs  shall  be  posted  at  a  construction  or  demolition  site  in  accordance  with  Sections  3301.9.1  through 3301.9.5.

    3301.9.1 Fence  project  information  panel. Where  a  site  is  enclosed  with  a  fence  in  accordance  with  Section  3307.7,  a  project information  panel  meeting  the  requirements  of  Sections  3301.9.1.1  through  3301.9.1.6  shall  be  posted.  Required  project information panels shall be in place throughout the duration that the fence remains at the site.

    Exceptions:

    1.At a site where the project permit was issued or renewed prior to July 1, 2013, signs meeting the requirement of Section 3301.9.3 may be posted in lieu of a project information panel. Such signs shall be removed and a project information panel in accordance with the requirements of this section installed upon date of the first permit renewal on or after July 1, 2013.

    2.Project  information  panels  at  government-owned  sites  or  at  sites  with  government  funding,  may  be  modified  in accordance with department rule.

    3. Signs  posted  at  construction  or  demolition sites  for  one-,  two-or  three-family  dwellings  may  comply  with  Section 3301.9.3 in lieu of this section.

     

    3301.9.1.1 Project information panel content. Project information panels shall contain the following information:

    1.A  rendering,  elevation  drawing,  or  zoning  diagram  of  the  building  exterior  that  does  not  contain  logos  or commercially recognizable symbols;

    2.A  title  stating  “Work  in  Progress:”  and  specifying  the intended  type(s)  of  zoning use(s)  (e.g.  Residential, Commercial, Manufacturing, Retail, Office, Hospital, School);

    3.Anticipated project completion date;

    4.The corporate name, address, and telephone number of the owner of the property;

    5.Website address or phone number to contact for project information;

    6.The  corporate  name  and  telephone  number  of  the  general  contractor,  or  for  a  demolition  site,  the  demolition contractor;

    7. The statement, in both English and Spanish, “TO ANONYMOUSLY REPORT UNSAFE CONDITIONS AT THIS WORK SITE, CALL 311.”; and

    8. A  copy  of  the  primary  project  permit,  with accompanying text “To see other permits issued on this property, visit: www.nyc.gov/buildings.” The permit shall be laminated or encased in plastic covering to protect it from the elements or shall be printed directly onto the project information panel.

    Exception: A rendering, elevation drawing, or zoning diagram of the building exterior is not required for demolition projects.

    3301.9.1.2  Posting  of  project  information  panels. A  project  information  panel  shall  be  posted  on  the  fence  on  each perimeter fronting a public thoroughfare. Where such perimeter is more than 150 feet in length, a project information panel shall be posted at each corner. Such panels shall be posted on the fence at a height of 4 feet (1219 mm) above the ground, with such distance measured from the ground to the bottom edge of the panel.

    3301.9.1.3  Project  information  panel  material. Project  information  panels  shall  be  constructed  out  of  a  durable  and weatherproof  material  such  as  vinyl,  plastic,  or  aluminum,  and  such  material  shall  be  flame  retardant  in  accordance  with NFPA 701 or listed under UL 214.

    3301.9.1.4 Project information panel specifications. Project information panels shall be 6 feet (1829 mm) wide and 4 feet   (1219   mm)   high,   with   the   content   required   by   Section   3301.9.1.1   arranged   in   accordance   with   Figures 3301.9.1.4(1)  and  3301.9.1.4(2).  The  content  required  by  Section  3301.9.1.1, Items  2  through 7  shall  be  written  in  the Calibri  font  or  similar sans  serif  font  style,  with  letters  a  minimum  of  1  inch  (25  mm)  high,  as  measured  by  the  upper case  character.  Such  letters  shall  be  white,  on  a  blue  background,  with  such  blue  color  of  a  shade  matching  Pantone 296, or RGB 15, 43, 84, or CMYK 100, 88, 38,35.

     

    Exceptions:

    The dimensions for a project information panel posted in conjunction with a demolition project shall be 2 feet 4 inches (711 mm) wide and 4 feet (1219 mm) high, in accordance with Figure 3301.9.1.4(1).

    2. For  construction  sites  with  a  street  frontage  less  than  60  feet  (18  288  mm),  the  dimensions  for  a  project information  panel,  other  than  that  posted  in  conjunction  with  a  demolition  project,  shall  be  55  inches  (1397mm) wide and 36.5 inches (927 mm) high, in accordance with Figure 3301.9 .1.4(3)

     

    3301.9.1.5  Updating  content. When  content  required  by  Section  3301.9.1.1  changes,  the  project  information  panel  shall  be updated.

    3301.9.1.6 Maintenance of project information panels. Project information panels shall be maintained so that the panel remains  legible,  securely  attached,  and  free  of  sharp  edges,  protruding  nails,  or  similar  hazards.  Content  required  by Section 3301.9.1.1 shall not be obscured by panel attachments, including but not limited to grommets or grommet holes.

    3301.9.2 Sidewalk  shed  parapet  panel. Where  a  sidewalk  shed  is  installed,  a  sidewalk  shed  parapet  panel  meeting  the requirements of Sections 3301.9.2.1 through 3301.9.2.6 shall be posted. Required sidewalk shed parapet panels shall be in place throughout the duration that the sidewalk shed remains at the site.

     

    Exceptions:

    1.At a site where the sidewalk shed permit was issued or renewed prior to July 1, 2013, signs meeting the requirement of Section 3301.9.4 may be posted in lieu of a sidewalk shed parapet panel. Such signs shall be removed and a sidewalk shed parapet panel in accordance with the requirements of this section installed upon date of the first permit renewal on or after July 1, 2013.

    2.Signs  posted  at  construction  or  demolition  sites  for  one-,  two-or  three-family  dwellings  may  comply  with  Section 3301.9.4 in lieu of this section.

    3301.9.2.1 Sidewalk shed parapet panel content. Sidewalk shed parapet panels shall comply with the requirements of either section 3301.9.2.1.1 or 3301.9.2.1.2., as applicable:3301.9.2.1.1  Sidewalk shed  parapet  panel  content  for  sites  not  included  in  a  best  construction  site  management program. Sidewalk  shed  parapet  panels  not  included  in  a  best  construction  site  management  program  shall  contain  the following information and be arranged in accordance with Figure 3301.9.2.1(1):

    1.The street address of the site;

    2.Name (which may incorporate a logo) of the contractor responsible for the site or where there is no contractor, the name (which may incorporate a logo) of the owner of the site; and

    3. The statement “For more information, visit www.nyc.gov/buildings.”

     

    3301.9.2.1.2  Sidewalk shed  parapet  panel  content  for  sites  included  in  a  best  construction  site  management program.In  addition  to  the  requirements  of  section  3301.9.2.1.1,  for  site  maintained  in  accordance  with  a  best construction site management program accepted by the commissioner as set forth in Section 3301.9.2.7, either the name or logo of such program, with the department’s program acceptance logo, may be placed on the sidewalk shed parapet panel in accordance with Figure 3301.9.2.1(2).


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