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Welcome to Special Inspections

When the North Carolina State Building Code Council adopted the 2002 International Building Code, they included specific language which gave local authority the ability to determine if Special Inspections would be applied on a local basis. Further, the NCSBC Council also granted the local authority wide latitude in determining how to implement the Special Inspections process on a local basis.

Beginning January 17, 2006, Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement introduced meck-si.com, The Paperless Special Inspection Management System. Projects that require Special Inspections, permitted after the above date, must meet the provisions set forth within meck-si.com and the 2012 NCSBC Chapter 17. Failure to meet these requirements may result in a stop work notice for that project.

Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement is committed to provide our customers and the general public with the highest level of service possible. By implementing Special Inspections, we will raise the level of quality assurance for construction that is completed in Mecklenburg County.

Meck-si.com is a comprehensive Special Inspections resource. You can use this web site to review project information, become a Special Inspector and submit or amend project documents.

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CHAPTER 17
STRUCTURAL TEST AND SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
SECTION 1702
DEFINITIONS
SECTION 1704
SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
SPECIAL INSPECTION. Inspection as herein required of the materials, installation, fabrication, erection or placement of compounds and connections requiring special expertise to ensure compliance with approved construction documents and referenced standards (see Section 1704). 1704.1 General. Where application is made for construction described in this section, the building official, at the official's discretion, may require the owner to employ one or more special inspectors during construction on the types of work listed under Section 1704. The special inspector shall be a qualified person who shall demonstrate competence, to the satisfaction of the building official, for inspection of the particular type of construction or operation requiring special inspection. These inspections are in addition to the inspections specified in the North Carolina Administration and Enforcement Requirements Code.