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Code Enforcement
Electronic Plan Management Gets Major Upgrade
Important improvements to Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement’s Electronic Plan Management (EPM) System are set to go live this week.
EPM is a state-of-the-art online work flow tool that allows architects, engineers and designers the ability to oversee their projects through the Commercial Plan Review and permitting process right from their offices. EPM allows users to submit commercial applications online, and provide real-time tracking of projects as they progress from estimation to permitting.

Beginning January 5, 2011, EPM customers will have the ability to save their applications as a PDF file with fields that may be filled in with information for their project. Users will no longer be “timed out” when using the site. Applications can be started and saved for later use, then may be uploaded to the EPM system when complete.

“We’ve listened to our customers, and worked with them to make the EPM process as efficient and effective as possible,” said James N. Bartl, director of Code Enforcement. “We’re excited to offer them these improvements and look forward to their feedback so we can work toward more effective electronic tools.”

Step-by-step EPM instructions, in-depth information and answers to frequently asked questions are available at the Code Enforcement’s EPM site. A Customer Support Kiosk, which is located on the first floor of the Hal Marshall County Services Center at 700 N. Tryon St., is available for those customers who prefer to submit their applications for scheduling while in our office.

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