DM urges to apply new e-building control system
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, January 13 - 2013 at 14:10
- PRESS RELEASE
Eng. Khalid Mohammed Saleh, Director of Buildings Department at Dubai Municipality urged all consultants offices and contracting companies to register for the new e-building training before the end February 2013 to learn how to apply for the new online services provided by Building control system which will facilitate easy and prompt transaction for all consultants and contractors, and after this date the system will be enabled only for the trained companies.
"The department will not receive requests for structural applications as well as completion certificate, temporary supply services, change of contractor/ consultant, deposit refund as of 28 February 2013 in the old system, and will be transferred to the new Building control system," he added.
"All technical engineering cadres licensed to operate in the Emirate of Dubai should be registered with the municipality. The registration does not require any test for the engineer or fees. Requests for new licenses should be submitted before 1 March 2013 through DM services online," he concluded.
He pointed out, "The new system represents a comprehensive and qualitative electronic transformation in providing services and hope that all companies are aware of the importance of e-transformation and keen to benefit from its functions and applications."
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