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NYC Construction Superintendent Regulations 2024 Changes

In the dynamic landscape of New York City’s construction industry, staying informed about regulatory changes is essential. The Department of Buildings (DOB) has introduced significant amendments to the rules governing Construction Superintendents, effective from January 2, 2024, as outlined in Local Law 149 of 2021. Menotti Enterprise LLC is dedicated to guiding you through these…

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Site Safety Plan Compliance: Preparing Your Construction Site

Site Safety Plan compliance is crucial when preparing your NYC construction site for DOB inspections. DOB inspections are conducted by the New York City Department of Buildings to ensure that construction projects adhere to the city’s building codes and zoning resolutions. These inspections are crucial in maintaining safety standards and preventing construction-related accidents. The Department…

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Becoming a Site Safety Manager in NYC’s Construction Industry

In the bustling construction industry of New York City, ensuring site safety is paramount. One key player in this process is the Site Safety Manager. But what does it take to become one? Let’s delve into the requirements, certification process, and responsibilities of a Site Safety Manager in NYC. Who is a Site Safety Manager?…

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NYC DOB Annual Boiler Inspection Reports Service Notice

Today at Menotti Enterprise LLC, we’re focusing on a crucial update from the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) that could significantly impact property owners and managers across the city. The DOB has recently issued a service notice concerning the failure to file annual boiler inspection reports for the years 2018 through 2021. As…

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NYC DOB Civil Penalty Increase: Understanding the Changes

The New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) has recently announced an NYC DOB Civil Penalty Increase, which is crucial for all involved in the construction industry to understand and comply with. This increase pertains to the penalties for failing to file an acceptable Certificate of Correction for an Immediately Hazardous Class 1 Summons (AEUHAZ).…