Private & Government Building Inspections & Plan Review
We offer pre-construction consultation and make sure that your plans adhere to the Building Code Requirements
Building Inspection & Plan Review Services in Palm Beach, Florida
Welcome to Tew & Taylor
Tew and Taylor, Inc. is a rapidly growing private building inspection, plan review, and governmental services consulting firm headquartered in Palm Beach, Florida.
We are dedicated to providing our clients with expedited services related to development entitlement approvals (planning, zoning, and architectural review) and construction plan review and building inspection service in lieu of a local jurisdiction's Building Department and building inspection staff.
Meeting YOUR VISION ON TARGET & ON TIME.
Due to the overwhelming demand for local building departments to provide fast and timely Construction Plan Review and Building Inspection service, the State of Florida adopted Florida Statute 553.791 on October 1, 2002.
This law allows the property owner and/or the building contractor to utilize the services of a third-party agent, "Private Provider", for provision of plan review and inspection services in lieu of the local building department – thereby saving both time and money in moving your construction project forward, without the delays associated with local building department inspections and scheduling.
Tew and Taylor can design a custom inspection program to meet your job schedule and can perform partial inspections and multiple inspections daily upon request.
GOVERNMENT SERVICES & CONSULTING
Part of any pre-construction planning program is the due diligence involved in ensuring that your construction plans meet the local jurisdictions adopted Land Development Regulations.
These regulations may include building footprint setbacks, floor area ratios, height requirements, landscaping, architectural features, and so forth.
As part of your pre-construction plan development, we're here to also assist in that effort to ensure that your construction program not only meets Building Code requirements but the other local development requirements and regulations as well.