Township of Hazlet, NJ
Monmouth County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Hazlet 3-16-1982 by Ord. No. 555-82 as Sec. 12-1 of the 1982 Revised General Ordinances (Ch. 145 of the 1993 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Numbering of buildings — See Ch. 151.
Development review — See Ch. 181.
Fire prevention — See Ch. 214.
Flood damage prevention — See Ch. 219.
Mobile home parks — See Ch. 273.
Stormwater control — See Ch. 383.

§ 172-1 Enforcing agency.

There is hereby established in the Township a State Uniform Construction Code enforcing agency to be known as the "Department of Codes Administration," consisting of a Construction Code Official, building subcode officials, plumbing subcode officials, electrical subcode officials, fire protection subcode official, housing subcode officials, public official, Zoning Officer, code enforcement officer and such other subcode officials for such additional subcodes as the Commissioner of the Department of Community Affairs, State of New Jersey, shall hereafter adopt as part of the State Uniform Construction Code. The Construction Official shall be the chief administrator of the enforcing agency. The Plumbing Inspector is hereby removed from the jurisdiction of the Board of Health and shall serve under the Uniform Construction Code enforcing agency, and shall be directed by the Construction Official and shall report directly to the Construction Official.

§ 172-2 Qualifications of officials; inspection agencies.

Each official position created in § 172-1 hereof shall be filled by a person qualified for such position pursuant to N.J.S.A. 52:27D-119 et seq., as amended, and N.J.A.C. 5:23, provided that, in lieu of any particular subcode official, an on-site inspection agency may be retained by contract pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:23. More than one such official position may be held by the same person, provided that such person is qualified pursuant to N.J.S.A. 52:27D-119 et seq. and N.J.A.C. 5:23 to hold each such position. Electrical subcode inspections shall be performed by an authorized on-site inspection agency pursuant to contracts executed by the Township, from time to time, for such services.

§ 172-3 Office location.

The public shall have the right to do business with the enforcing agency at one office location, except for emergencies and unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances.

§ 172-4 Permits; applications.

[Added 12-3-1996 by Ord. No. 1041-96]
A. 
Applications for construction permits shall be submitted to the Construction Official in accordance with the State of New Jersey Uniform Construction Code.
B. 
Applications for construction permits submitted with prototype processing plans shall include one additional set of plans to be forwarded by the Construction Official to the Tax Assessor. Prior to the issuance of any certificate of occupancy, a completed residential construction updates to prototype processing form,[1] annexed hereto and made a part hereof, shall be submitted to the Construction Code Official, who will transmit same to the Tax Assessor with the certificate of occupancy.
[1]
Editor's Note: The residential construction updates to prototype processing form is on file in the Township offices.

§ 172-5 Establishment of fees.

[Added 2-26-1990 by Ord. No. 776-90]
A. 
Ordinance.
(1) 
The municipality shall set enforcing agency fees by ordinance for the following activities: plan review, construction permits, certificate of occupancy, continuing certificates of occupancy, certificate of approval, demolition permit, elevator permit and sign permit.
(2) 
The municipality shall include in any such ordinance all fee schedules, which are attached, pertaining to the operations of the enforcing agency, including those for which the Department has not set standards, such as fees for reinstatement of lapsed permit. All minimum fees shall be stipulated. Fees may be rounded to the nearest dollar amount if the municipality's ordinance so provides.
[Amended 9-5-2006 by Ord. No. 1372-06; 9-1-2009 by Ord. No. 1461-09; 5-17-2011 by Ord. No. 1492-11]
B. 
Report.
(1) 
The Construction Official shall with the advice of the subcode officials prepare, once every two years, a report indicating his or her recommendations for a fee schedule, based on the operating expense of the agency. The report shall be structured in accordance with such guidelines as shall be issued from time to time by the Commissioner so as to accurately portray true enforcing agency expenses in general and for structures of different use groups. This report shall serve as the basis for the ordinance to be enacted by the municipality, as it may deem appropriate, establishing the fee schedule.
(2) 
A copy of the Construction Official's report recommending a fee schedule and setting forth enforcing agency expenses shall be filed with the Department when prepared, but, in any event, not less frequently than once every two years, and a copy of the ordinance, together with a fee schedule, shall be filed with the Department when enacted or amended.
C. 
Costs. The fee schedule shall be calculated to reasonably cover the municipal costs of enforcing the regulations.
D. 
Interlocal enforcement. When two or more municipalities or a county and one or more municipalities enter into an agreement to administer and enforce this chapter pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.4(a)2 and the Interlocal Service Act (N.J.S.A. 40:8A-1 et seq.), there shall be one uniform fee schedule which shall be applied by all parties to the agreement. Said fee shall be collected by the interlocal enforcing agency performing and administration and enforcement of the regulations. No additional fee shall be required to be paid by an applicant to any municipality or county for any Uniform Construction Code enforcement service. The enforcing agency shall maintain financial records showing for each municipality the amounts or money collected and expended in the enforcement of this chapter.

§ 172-6 Municipal fees enumerated.

[Amended 2-26-1990 by Ord. No. 776-90; 9-1-2009 by Ord. No. 1461-09; 5-17-2011 by Ord. No. 1492-11]
New Jersey State permit surcharge fees; amount. This fee shall be in the amount of $0.00334 per cubic foot volume of new buildings and additions. Volume shall be computed in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.28. The fee for all other construction shall be $1.70 per $1,000 of value of construction. Minimum fee $1. The above fee is subject to periodic change and exemptions established by the Department of Community Affairs and will be calculated in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.19 hereafter and as applicable with the regulations.
A. 
General fees:
(1) 
The fee for plan review shall be due upon completion of subcode review.
(2) 
The fee to be charged for a construction permit will be the sum of the basic construction fee plus all applicable special fees. This fee shall be paid before a permit is issued and proposed work commencing.
(3) 
The fee to be charged for a certificate of occupancy shall be paid before a certificate is issued. This fee shall be in addition to the construction permit.
(4) 
All fees shall be rounded to the nearest dollar.
B. 
Fees shall be as follows:
(1) 
Plan review fee. The fee for plan review shall be 25% of the amount to be charged for a construction permit. When prototype plans have been released, a plan review fee shall not be collected for permits issued therefrom and the total permit fee shall be reduced by 25%. There shall be an additional plan review fee of $35 per hour for review of an amendment or change to any plan that has already been released per subcode having assigned plan review responsibility to perform such a review in conjunction with the regulations and actual submittal. This fee may be waived at the discretion of the Construction Official in the event the work and review is of a minor nature.
(2) 
The basic construction permit fee shall be the sum of the parts computed on the basis of the volume or cost of construction, the number of plumbing fixtures and pieces of equipment, the number of electrical fixtures and rating of electrical devices, the number of sprinklers, standpipes and detectors (smoke and heat) at the unit rates and/or the applicable flat fees as provided herein plus any special fees. The minimum fee for a basic construction permit shall be $65 for a single subcode permit. The minimum fee for multiple subcodes per construction permit shall be $65 per subcode.
(3) 
Flat fees. When the term "flat fee" is used, the fee for that work shall be as noted in that section regardless of the number of subcodes involved or the minimum permit fees established. Any additional work performed in conjunction with a component that has a flat fee designation shall also be charged the additional fee as noted herein for that particular item in addition to the initial flat fee. Permits issued that include flat fees are subject to the state permit surcharges as noted above.
(4) 
Individual tenant space fit-up. When plans and specifications for individual tenant spaces in multitenant spaces or buildings have been submitted and were not part of the original permit application, the fee for permit updates shall be based upon the cost of the work. For electric, fire and plumbing, the fees shall be based upon the equipment installed.
C. 
Building volume or cost. The fees for new construction or alteration are as follows:
(1) 
Fees for new construction shall be based upon the volume of the structure. Volume shall be computed in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.28. The new construction fee shall be in the amount of $0.035 per cubic foot of volume for buildings and structures of Use Group R5 and $0.040 per cubic foot of volume for all other use groups and buildings. The fee shall be $0.0008 per cubic foot for structures on farms, including commercial farm buildings under N.J.A.C. 5:23-3.2(d), with the maximum fee for such structures on farms not to exceed $1,145.
(2) 
Fees for renovations, alterations and repairs or site construction associated with preengineered systems of commercial farm buildings, premanufactured construction, and the external utility connection for premanufactured construction shall be based upon the estimated cost of work. The fee for Use Group R-5 shall be in the amount of $30 per $1,000. From $50,001 to and including $100,000, the additional fee shall be in the amount of $26 per $1,000 of estimated cost above $50,000. Above $100,000, the additional fee shall be in the amount of $24 per $1,000 of estimated cost above $100,000. The fee for all other use groups shall be in the amount of $35 per $1,000. From $50,001 to and including $100,000, the additional fee shall be in the amount of $31 per $1,000 of estimated cost above $50,000. Above $100,000, the additional fee shall be in the amount of $29 per $1,000 of estimated cost above $100,000. For the purpose of determining estimated cost, the applicant shall submit to the Agency such cost data as may be available and produced by the architect or engineer of record, or by a recognized estimating firm, or by the contractor. A bonafide contractor's bid, or contract if available, shall be submitted upon request.
(3) 
Fee for additions shall be computed on the same basis as for new construction for the added portion.
(4) 
Fees for combination of renovations and additions shall be computed as the sum of the fees computed separately in accordance with Subsection C(2) and (3) above.
(5) 
The flat fee for replacement-type roof coverings shall be $95 for R-5 type use group. The fee for all use groups other than R-5 shall be $35 per $1,000 of the estimated cost. In the event the work is of a minor nature and not a total replacement, the fee for R-5 type use groups may be calculated at the rate of $30 per $1,000 and a minimum fee of $65.
(6) 
The flat fee for replacement-type vinyl siding and other exterior wall coverings shall be $175 for R-5 type use groups. The fee for all use groups other than R-5 shall be $35 per $1,000 of the estimated cost. In the event the work is of a minor nature and not a total replacement, the fee for R-5 type use groups may be calculated at the rate of $30 per $1,000 and a minimum fee of $65.
(7) 
The fee charged for a private aboveground swimming pool, as defined in the building subcode, in Use Group R-5 shall be $125. The fee charged for a private in-ground swimming pool, as defined in the building subcode, in Use Group R-5 shall be $225. The construction fee for public swimming pools as defined in the building subcode in all other use groups shall be computed and based upon the cubic volume of the structure. The minimum permit fee shall be $250 per unit.
(8) 
The fee for replacement barriers surrounding and enclosing public or private swimming pools shall be $25.
(9) 
The fee for storage sheds and similar structures exceeding 200 square feet in area shall be calculated in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.28. The minimum fee for sheds and similar structures that are 200 feet or less in floor area and less than 10 feet in height shall be charged a flat fee of $65 per unit. No permit fee shall be collected for such structures 100 square feet in area or less.
(10) 
Temporary structures. The fee shall be $75 per structure that is subject to and regulated by the U.C.C.
(11) 
Tents. The building subcode fee for regulated tents subject to construction permit and inspection shall be $100 per tent.
(12) 
The fees for retaining walls shall be as follows:
(a) 
The fee for new or replacement retaining walls with a surface area greater than 550 square feet that is associated with a Class 3 residential structure shall be $125 and $75 for regulated retaining walls not exceeding 550 square feet.
(b) 
The fee for retaining walls of any size other than a Class 3 residential structure shall be based upon the estimated market value in the amount of $30 per $1,000.
D. 
Plumbing fixtures and equipment. The fees shall be as follows:
(1) 
The fee shall be in the amount of $25 per fixture, piece of equipment or appliance connected to the plumbing system, and for each appliance connected to the gas piping, propane or oil piping system, except as indicated in Subsection D(2) below.
(2) 
The fee shall be $75 per special device and for the following: gas piping, oil piping, chimney liners, grease traps, oil separators, refrigeration units, water services for each 100 feet or part thereof, sewer services for each 100 feet or part thereof, active solar systems, septic tank abandonment, sewer pumps and interceptors. The fee for a water heater installed in new construction shall be $50 for R-5 and $125 for all other use groups per unit. There shall be no fee charged for gas service entrances.
(3) 
The fee for backflow preventers up to 3/4 inch shall be $25 per device. The fee for backflow preventers over 3/4 inch installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $75 and $125 for all other use groups.
(4) 
The annual fee for backflow preventers subject to testing shall be $45 per device/test.
(5) 
The flat fee for replacement water heaters, other than electric, installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $95 per unit, $50 per unit for multiple units and $125 per unit for all other use groups.
(6) 
The flat fee for electric replacement water heaters installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $95 per unit, $50 per unit for multiple units and $155 per unit for all other use groups.
(7) 
The flat fee for replacement warm air furnaces installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $155 per unit, $80 per unit for multiple units and $175 per unit for all other use groups. The fee for new warm air furnaces installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $50 per unit and $75 per unit in all other use groups.
(8) 
The flat fee for combination replacement warm air furnaces with air conditioning installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $265 per unit and $140 per unit for multiple units.
(9) 
The flat fee for replacement water boilers installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $95 per unit, $50 per unit for multiple units and $25 per unit for all other use groups. The fee for new water boilers installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $50 per unit and $75 per unit in all other use groups.
(10) 
When new gas piping is installed in conjunction with the replacement of water heaters, boilers, furnaces and similar devices, the fee for the new gas piping shall be as noted above in Subsection D(2) and in addition to the flat fee for the device installed. This fee may be waived at the discretion of the Plumbing Subcode Official.
(11) 
The flat fee for replacement air-conditioning units installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $125 per unit, $65 per unit for multiple units and $75 per unit in all other use groups. The fee for new air conditioning units installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $25 per unit and $45 per unit in all other use groups.
(12) 
The fee for replacement or new RTU heating/cooling units installed in all use groups other than R-5 shall be $175 per unit for the first five units. The fee for additional units above five units installed per project shall be $150 per unit.
(13) 
The fee for bottom drains and a vacuum release device for swimming pools in Use Group R-5 shall be $75 and $125 for all other use groups.
E. 
Electrical fixtures and devices. The fee shall be as follows:
(1) 
For the first block consisting of one to 50 receptacles, fixtures or devices, the fee shall be $75; for each additional block consisting of up to 25 receptacles, fixtures or devices, the fee shall be $35. For the purpose of computing this fee, receptacles, fixtures or devices shall include lighting fixtures, wall switches, convenience receptacles, sensors, dimmers, alarm devices, smoke and heat detectors, communications outlets, light standards eight feet or less in height including luminaries, emergency lights, electric signs, exit lights or electric fixtures and devices rated 20 amperes or less including motors or equipment rated less than one horsepower (hp) or one kilowatt (kW).
(2) 
For each motor or electrical device rated in horsepower (hp), the fee shall be:
(a) 
From one hp up to and including 10 hp: $25.
(b) 
Greater than 10 hp up to and including 50 hp: $75.
(c) 
Greater than 50 hp up to and including 100 hp: $125.
(d) 
Greater than 100 hp: $455.
(3) 
For each generator, transformer, and all other items measured in kW not specified in this fee schedule, the fee shall be:
(a) 
From one kW up to and including 10 kW: $25.
(b) 
Greater than 10 kW up to and including 45 kW: $75.
(c) 
Greater than 45 kW up to and including 112.5 kW: $125.
(d) 
Greater than 112.5 kW: $475.
(4) 
Air conditioning (new installations):
(a) 
Use Group R-5:
[1] 
Up to 0.5 kW: $45.
[2] 
Greater than 0.5 kW: $65.
(b) 
All other use groups:
[1] 
Up to 0.5 kW: $65.
[2] 
Greater than 0.5 kW to 50 kW: $125.
[3] 
Greater than 50 kW to 100 kW: $250.
[4] 
Greater than 100 kW: $575.
(c) 
Note: above fees are inclusive of required disconnecting equipment, but exclusive of optional disconnecting equipment.
(5) 
The fee charged for electrical work for each permanently installed aboveground or in-ground swimming pool, as defined in the building subcode, spa, hot tub or fountain shall be charged as follows. The fee for a private residential swimming pool in Use Group R-5 shall be $75 and only includes a filter/pump/motor, receptacle, timer and bonding. Any other equipment or fixtures installed shall be charged on the basis of number of electrical fixtures and rating of electrical devices involved in accordance with Subsection E(1) above. The fee for all other recreational-type swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, fountains, etc., in all other use groups shall be $175 and only includes a filter/pump/motor, receptacle, timer and bonding. Any other equipment or fixtures installed shall be charged on the basis of number of electrical fixtures and rating of electrical devices involved in accordance with Subsection E(1) above.
(6) 
The fee charged in conjunction with the annual electrical inspection of swimming pools, spas or hot tubs shall be $125 per application.
(7) 
Photovoltaic array.
(a) 
The fee for a photovoltaic (PV) array installed in any residential use group shall be as follows:
[1] 
PV arrays up to 10 kW: $225.
[2] 
PV arrays greater than 10 kW: $225 for the first 10 kW plus $25 for each 1 kW or portion thereof over 10 kW.
(b) 
All other use groups:
[1] 
PV arrays up to 50 kW: $425.
[2] 
PV arrays greater than 50 kW: $425 for the first 50 kW plus $45 for each 10 kW or portion thereof over 10 kW.
(c) 
Note: above fees are inclusive of all disconnects, overcurrent devices, inverters, metering devices, and any other associated equipment.
(8) 
For installations consisting of multimeter stacks, the fee shall be based on the ampere rating of the service conductors and not upon the number of meters or rating of disconnects on the meter stack. Individual loadside panel boards shall be charged in accordance with Subsection E(3), (4) or (5) above. There shall be no additional fee charged for the concurrent installation of individual feeder conductors.
(9) 
For motors or similar devices requiring concurrent installation of individual controls, relays and switches, the fee shall be based only upon the rating of the motor or device. There shall be no additional fee charged for the concurrent installation of individual circuit components, for example, controllers, starters, and disconnecting means.
(10) 
For each service equipment, panel board, load center, overhead service entrance conductor, motor starter, motor control center, automatic transfer switch, disconnecting means, and future electric, such as circuits installed for future use or intermittent needs (all bonding and grounding for the above items are included), the fee shall be:
(a) 
Up to and including 200 amps: $110.
(b) 
Up to and including 400 amps: $155.
(c) 
Up to and including 800 amps: $325.
(d) 
Up to and including 1,200 amps: $575.
(e) 
For each additional 400 amps above 1,200 amps add: $135.
(f) 
The flat fee for service reconnect inspections in response to emergencies or utility request shall be $75 in Use Group R-5 and $125 in all other use groups.
(11) 
The fee charged for process equipment shall be based on the ampere rating of the overcurrent device protecting the conductor feeding the process equipment or the cutoff device.
(12) 
For the purpose of computing these fees, all electrical and communications devices, utilization equipment and motors, which are part of premises wiring, except those which are portable plug-in type, shall be counted.
(13) 
For light standards above eight feet zero inches in height (includes first 150 lineal feet of trench), the fee shall be $17 per fixture. Trenches over 150 lineal feet shall be $40 for each additional 150 lineal feet.
(14) 
The flat fee for hard-wired signage mounted on a wall shall be $75 for the first sign and $25 for each additional sign installed on the same site. The fee for pylon-type signage and similar freestanding structures shall be $95 each and includes the first 150 linear feet of trenching. Trenches over 150 lineal feet shall be $40 for each additional 150 lineal feet.
(15) 
The fee for each regulated satellite dish installed in use groups other than R-5 shall be $35 each unit.
F. 
For fire protection and hazardous equipment, sprinklers, standpipes, detectors (smoke/heat/carbon monoxide), preengineered suppression system, gas- and oil-fired appliances not connected to the plumbing system, kitchen exhaust systems, incinerators and crematoriums, the fee shall be as follows:
(1) 
The fee for 20 or fewer sprinkler heads shall be $75. The fee for 21 to and including 50 heads shall be $150. The fee for each additional group of 50 or part thereof shall be $75.
(2) 
The fee for underground fire suppression water mains shall be $200 per 100 feet.
(3) 
The fee for each individual standpipe shall be $150.
(4) 
The fee for each fire pump shall be $250.
(5) 
The fee for each preaction or dry pipe valve including a compressor shall be $250.
(6) 
The fee for residential fire sprinklers, installed in a new single-family dwelling, shall be $225.
(7) 
The fee for 15 or fewer smoke detectors, heat detectors, CO detectors, manual alarm devices, supervisory devices and visual/audible devices shall be $75. The fee for 16 to 50 devices shall be $150. The fee for each additional group of 50 or part thereof shall be $75.
(8) 
The fee for residential smoke, heat and CO detectors, one-hundred-twenty-volt system, installed throughout a single-family dwelling, shall be $125.
(9) 
The flat fee for a "household fire alarm system," as defined by NFPA 72 (limited voltage system) and installed in accordance with the residential building code including smoke, heat, CO detectors and all other required devices in Use Group R-5 shall be $240.
(10) 
The fee for fire alarm panels, auxiliary panels, communicator panels, booster panels or other similar control devices other than Use Group R-5 shall be $150.
(11) 
The fee for preengineered suppression system shall be $175.
(12) 
The fee for clean agent suppression systems shall be $350.
(13) 
The fee for commercial exhaust hoods shall be $175.
(14) 
The fee for smoke removal systems shall be $250.
(15) 
The fee for incinerators and crematoriums shall be $500.
(16) 
The fee for any special device shall be $175.
(17) 
The fee for gas appliances, such as stoves, ovens, dryers and fireplaces, installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $25 per appliance and $40 per appliance in all other use groups. Oil-fired and solid-fuel-burning appliances, other than furnaces, installed in all use groups shall be $75 per appliance. Pool heaters, gas- or oil-fired, installed in all use groups shall be $75 per appliance.
(18) 
The fee for furnaces, other than replacements, installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $50 per unit and $75 per unit in all other use groups.
(19) 
The fee for gas- or oil-fired generators installed in Use Group R-5 shall be $75 per unit and $150 per unit in all other use groups.
(20) 
Flat fee. A storage tank for a gasoline station or similar use, new or replacement, with a maximum of six fuel pumps and all associated piping shall be $500. Each additional fuel tank or fuel pump and all associated piping, installed at the same time, shall be $200 per unit. Individual tanks or pumps, new or replacement, with all associated piping shall be $200 per unit. Fuel pump suppression systems shall be $75 per pump.
(21) 
The fee for storage tank installations for flammable or combustible liquids shall be:
Gallons
Fee
Tanks up to 500 gallons
$75
501 to 1,000
$150
1,001 to 5,000
$225
Over 5,000
$500
G. 
Fees for certificates and other permits are as follows:
(1) 
The fee for a demolition permit shall be $125 for any single structure. The fee for an underground or aboveground tank abandonment or removal permit shall be $75 for a single tank. Each additional structure or tank demolished, abandoned or removed shall be $25 for each additional unit located on the same block and lot.
(2) 
Signage. The fee to construct a pylon sign shall be in the amount of $4 per square foot. The minimum fee shall be $75 per structure. The fee to construct a ground or wall sign shall be in the amount of $3 per square foot of surface area of the sign computed on one side only for double-faced signs and the minimum fee per sign shall be $75 per unit. Exception: No fees shall be collected for signage that is exempt from permitting in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.14(b)6.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
(3) 
The fee for a certificate of occupancy shall be in the amount of 10% of the total construction permit fee. The minimum fee shall be $75 for R-5 type use groups and the minimum fee for all other use groups shall be $125 per building. Buildings with multiple certificates of occupancy (such as a shopping center or similar conditions): the fee shall be an additional $75 per unit, tenant space or area.
(4) 
The fee for a temporary certificate of occupancy renewal issued in accordance with the regulations shall be $30.
(5) 
The fee for a certificate of occupancy granted pursuant to a change of use group shall be $175.
(6) 
The fee for a certificate of continued occupancy issued under N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.23(c) shall be $175.
(7) 
The fee for an application for a variation in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.10 shall be $594 for Class I structures and $120 for Class II and Class III structures. The fee for resubmission of an application for a variation shall be $229 for Class I structures and $65 for Class II and Class III structures.
(8) 
The fee for a permit for lead hazard abatement work shall be $110.
(9) 
The fee to reinstate suspended or abandoned permits described in N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.16(b) shall be 10% of the cost of the original permit per outstanding subcode and not less than $25 per outstanding subcode. This fee may be waived at the discretion of the Construction Official. For clarification, an "outstanding subcode" is one in which final inspection and subcode approval has not been obtained and/or documented.
H. 
Elevator devices.
(1) 
The fees for witnessing acceptance tests and performing inspections on new and altered elevator devices shall be as follows:
(a) 
The basic fees for elevator devices in structures not of Group R-3, R-4, or R-5, or in an exempted structure of Group R-2, shall be as follows:
[1] 
Traction and winding drum elevators:
[a] 
One to 10 floors: $306.
[b] 
Over 10 floors: $510.
[2] 
Hydraulic elevators: $272.
[3] 
Roped hydraulic elevators: $306.
[4] 
Escalators, moving walks: $272.
[5] 
Dumbwaiters: $68.
[6] 
Stairway chairlifts, inclined and vertical wheelchair lifts and manlifts: $68.
(b) 
Additional charges for devices equipped with the following features shall be as follows:
[1] 
Oil buffers (charge per oil buffer): $54.
[2] 
Counterweight governor and safeties: $136.
[3] 
Auxiliary power generator: $102.
(c) 
The fee for elevator devices in structures of Group R-3, R-4, or R-5, or otherwise exempt devices in structures of Group R-2, shall be $204. This fee shall be waived when signed statements and supportive inspection and acceptance test reports are filed by an approved qualified agent or agency in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.19 and 5:23-2.20.
(d) 
The fee for performing inspections of minor work shall be $68.
(2) 
The Departmental fees for routine and periodic tests and inspections for elevator devices in structures not of Group R-3, R-4, or R-5, or otherwise exempt devices in structures of Group R-2, shall be as follows:
(a) 
The fee for the six-month routine inspection of elevator devices shall be as follows:
[1] 
Traction and winding drum elevators:
[a] 
One to 10 floors: $190.
[b] 
Over 10 floors: $244.
[2] 
Hydraulic elevators: $136.
[3] 
Roped hydraulic elevators: $190.
[4] 
Escalators, moving walks: $190.
(b) 
The fee for the one-year periodic inspection and witnessing of tests of elevator devices, which shall include a six-month routine inspection, shall be as follows:
[1] 
Traction and winding drum elevators:
[a] 
One to 10 floors: $272.
[b] 
Over 10 floors: $326.
[2] 
Hydraulic elevators: $204.
[3] 
Roped hydraulic elevators: $272.
[4] 
Escalators, moving walks: $436.
[5] 
Dumbwaiters: $108.
[6] 
Manlifts, stairway chairlifts, inclined and vertical wheelchair lifts: $164.
(c) 
Additional yearly periodic inspection charges for elevator devices equipped with the following features shall be as follows:
[1] 
Oil buffers (charge per oil buffer): $54.
[2] 
Counterweight governor and safeties: $108.
[3] 
Auxiliary power generator: $68.
(d) 
The fee for the three-year or five-year inspection of elevator devices shall be as follows:
[1] 
Traction and winding drum elevators:
[a] 
One to 10 floors (five-year inspection): $462.
[b] 
Over 10 floors (five-year inspection): $582.
[2] 
Hydraulic and roped hydraulic elevators:
[a] 
Three-year inspection: $340.
[b] 
Five-year inspection: $204.
(3) 
The fees set forth in Subsection H(2) above shall be paid annually in accordance with the following schedule, which is based on the average of the fees to be collected over a five-year period:
(a) 
Basic annual fee as follows:
[1] 
Traction and winding drum elevators:
[a] 
One to 10 floors: $504.
[b] 
Over 10 floors: $612.
[2] 
Hydraulic elevators: $368.
[3] 
Roped hydraulic elevators: $408.
[4] 
Escalators, moving walks: $626.
[5] 
Dumbwaiters: $108.
[6] 
Stairway chairlifts, inclined and vertical wheelchair lifts, manlifts: $164.
(b) 
Additional charges for devices equipped with the following features as follows:
[1] 
Oil buffers (charge per oil buffer): $54.
[2] 
Counterweight governor and safeties: $108.
[3] 
Auxiliary power generator: $68.
(c) 
Annual fee for inspections at seasonal facilities shall be as follows:
[1] 
Traction and winding drum elevators:
[a] 
One to 10 floors: $310.
[b] 
Over 10 floors: $364.
[2] 
Hydraulic elevators: $232.
[3] 
Roped hydraulic elevators: $272.
[4] 
Escalators, moving walks: $436.
[5] 
Dumbwaiters: $108.
[6] 
Stairway chairlifts, inclined and vertical wheelchair lifts, manlifts: $164.
(d) 
Additional charges for devices equipped with the following features as follows:
[1] 
Oil buffers (charge per oil buffer): $54.
[2] 
Counterweight governor and safeties: $108.
[3] 
Auxiliary power generator: $68.
(4) 
Registration fee. The initial registration fee for each elevator device in any structure that is not of Group R-3, R-4, or R-5, or that is not an exempted structure of Group R-2, shall be $68. A re-registration fee of $68 shall be required for each structure containing one or more elevator devices, upon change of ownership.
I. 
Annual permits. Annual permit requirements are as follows:
(1) 
The fee to be charged for an annual construction permit shall be charged annually. This fee shall be a flat fee based upon the number of maintenance workers who are employed by the facility, and who are primarily engaged in work that is governed by a subcode. Managers, engineers and clericals shall not be considered maintenance workers for the purpose of establishing the annual construction permit fee. Annual permits may be issued for building/fire protection, electrical and plumbing.
(2) 
Fees for annual permits shall be as follows:
(a) 
One to 25 workers (including foremen): $667/worker; each additional worker over 25: $232/worker.
(b) 
Prior to the issuance of the annual permit, a training registration fee of $140 per subcode and a list of not more than three individuals to be trained per subcode shall be submitted by the applicant to the Department of Community Affairs, Bureau of Code Services, Education Unit, along with a copy of the construction permit (Form F170). Checks shall be made payable to "Treasurer, State of New Jersey." The Department shall register these individuals and notify them of the courses being offered.
J. 
Hourly charges. The fee for development-wide inspection of homes after the certificate of occupancy ordered pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.35 or otherwise shall be:
(1) 
The hourly charge shall be an amount equal to twice the hourly base salary paid to the licensed code official(s) performing the work, or the hourly fees charged to the municipality by a consulting professional contracted to provide such services;
(2) 
The fees, charges, accounting procedures and limits shall be set in accordance with and subjected to N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.17(d)1 through 5:23-4.17(d)5.
K. 
Ordinary maintenance and repair. Any work that is deemed ordinary maintenance or repair pursuant to the regulations and are not subjected to a construction permit shall not be charged a fee.

§ 172-7 State training fees.

[Added 2-26-1990 by Ord. No. 776-90]
A. 
In order to provide for the training and certification and technical support programs required by the act, the enforcing agency, including the Department when acting as the local agency, shall collect a surcharge fee to be based upon the volume of new construction within the municipality. Said fee shall be accounted for and forwarded to the Bureau of Housing Inspection in the manner herein provided.
B. 
Amount.
(1) 
This fee shall be in the amount of $0.0014 per cubic foot volume of new construction. Volume shall be computed in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.28.
(2) 
The municipality shall, in addition to the fees described in Subsection A above, collect the above fees as part of its usual responsibilities.
C. 
Remitting and reporting.
(1) 
The municipality shall remit such fees to the Bureau on a monthly basis, in conjunction with Report No. R-810 (Municipal Monthly Activity Report) in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.5(d). Fees remitted shall be for the month preceding the month of the activity report. Example: The report, R-810, with data from February should be transmitted to the Department by the third business day of March with the training fees that were collected in January.
(2) 
This subsection is proposed to be amended to conform to recommended procedures, i.e., quarterly report.

§ 172-8 Department fees.

[Added 2-26-1990 by Ord. No. 776-90]
A. 
General.
(1) 
The fee for plan review, computed as a percentage of the fee for a construction permit, shall be paid at the time of application for a permit. The amount of this fee shall then be deducted from the amount of the fee due for a construction permit, when the permit is issued. Plan review fees are not refundable.
(2) 
The fee to be charged for a construction permit will be the sum of the basic construction fee, plus all applicable special fees, such as elevator or sign fees. This fee shall be paid before a permit is issued.
(3) 
The fee to be charged for a certificate of occupancy shall be paid before a certificate is issued. This fee shall be in addition to the construction permit fee.
(4) 
Where the Department, pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.24, is designated as the plan review agency or when the Department has been requested to provide plan review services by a municipality pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.24 or when the Department is designated as the local enforcing agency pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.3, the following schedule of fees shall pertain.
(5) 
Newly constructed residential units that are to be legally restricted to occupancy by households of low- or moderate-income shall be exempted from the fees set forth in Subsections B and C below and otherwise payable to the Department.
B. 
Departmental plan review fee. The fees listed in Subsection C below shall be in addition to a departmental plan review surcharge in the amount of 30% of each listed fee. Where the Department performs plan review only, the plan review fee shall be in the amount of 20% of the new construction permit fee which would be charged by the Department pursuant to these regulations. The minimum fee shall be $33.
C. 
Departmental (enforcing agency) fees.
(1) 
Plan review fee. The fee for plan review shall be 20% of the amount to be charged for a new construction permit.
(2) 
The basic construction fee shall be the sum of the parts computed on the basis of the volume or cost of construction, the number of plumbing fixtures and pieces of equipment, the number of electrical fixtures and devices and the number of sprinklers, standpipes and detectors (smoke and heat) at the unit rates provided herein, plus any special fees. The minimum fee for a basic construction permit covering any or all of building, plumbing, electrical or fire protection work shall be $33.
(a) 
Building volume or cost. The fees for new construction or alteration are as follows:
[1] 
Fees for new construction shall be based upon the volume of the structure. Volume shall be computed in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.28. The new construction fee shall be in the amount of one and $0.019 per cubic foot of volume for buildings and structures of all use groups and types of construction as classified and defined in Articles 3 and 4 of the building subcode; except that the fee shall be one and $0.011 per cubic foot of volume for use groups A-1, A-2, A-3, A-4, F-1, F-2, S-1 and S-2, and the fee shall be $0.0005 per cubic foot for structures on farms, including commercial farm buildings under N.J.A.C. 5:23-3.2(d), used exclusively for the storage of food or grain or the sheltering of livestock, with the maximum fee for such structures on farms not to exceed $815.
[2] 
Fees for renovations, alterations and repairs shall be based upon the estimated cost of the work. The fee shall be in the amount of $17 per $1,000. From $50,001 to and including $100,000, the additional fee shall be in the amount of $13 per $1,000 of estimated cost above $50,000. Above $100,000 the additional fee shall be in the amount of $11 per $1,000 of estimated cost above $100,000. For the purpose of determining estimated cost, the applicant shall submit to the Department such cost data as may be available produced by the architect or engineer of record or by a recognized estimating firm or by the contractor. A bona fide contractor's bid, if available, shall be submitted. The Department shall make the final decision regarding estimated cost.
[3] 
Fees for additions shall be computed on the same basis as for new construction for the added portion.
[4] 
Fees for combination renovations and additions shall be computed as the sum of the fees computed separately in accordance with Subsection C(2)(a)[2] and [3] above.
(b) 
Plumbing fixtures and equipment. The fees shall be as follows:
[1] 
The fee shall be $7 per fixture connected to the plumbing system for all fixtures and appliances except as listed in Subsection C(2)(b)[2] below.
[2] 
The fee shall be $46 per special device for the following: grease traps, oil separators, water-cooled air-conditioning units, refrigeration units, utility service connections, backflow preventers, steam boilers, hot-water boilers (excluding those for domestic water heating), gas piping, gas service entrances, active solar systems, sewer pumps, interceptors and fuel-oil piping.
(c) 
Electrical fixtures and devices.
[1] 
For from one to 50 receptacles or fixtures, the fee shall be in the amount of $25; for each 25 receptacles or fixtures in addition to this, the fee shall be in the amount of $4. For the purpose of computing this fee, receptacles or fixtures shall include lighting outlets, wall switches, fluorescent fixtures, convenience receptacles or similar fixture and motors or devices of less than one horsepower or one kilowatt.
[2] 
For each motor or electrical device greater than one horsepower and less than or equal to 10 horsepower and for transformers and generators greater than one kilowatt and less than or equal to 10 kilowatts, the fees shall be $7.
[3] 
For each motor or electrical device greater than 10 horsepower and less than or equal to 50 horsepower; for each service panel, service entrance or subpanel less than or equal to 200 amperes; and for all transformers and generators greater than 10 kilowatts and less than or equal to 45 kilowatts, the fee shall be $33.
[4] 
For each motor or electrical device greater than 50 horsepower and less than or equal to 100 horsepower; for each service panel, service entrance or subpanel greater than 200 amperes and less than or equal to 1,000 amperes; and for transformers and generators greater than 45 kilowatts and less than or equal to 112.5 kilowatts, the fee shall be $65.
[5] 
For each motor or electrical device greater than 100 horsepower; for each service panel, service entrance or subpanel greater than 1,000 amperes; and for each transformer or generator greater than 112.5 kilowatts, the fee shall be $325.
[6] 
For the purpose of computing these fees, all motors except those in plug-in appliances shall be counted, including control equipment, generators, transformers and all heating, cooking or other devices consuming or generating electrical current.
(d) 
Fire protection and other hazardous equipment. For sprinklers, standpipes, detectors (smoke and heat), preengineered suppression systems, gas- and oil-fired appliances not connected to the plumbing system, kitchen exhaust systems, incinerators and crematoriums, the fees shall be as follows:
[1] 
The fee for 20 or fewer heads or detectors shall be $46; for 21 to and including 100 heads or detectors, the fee shall be $85; for 101 to and including 200 heads or detectors, the fee shall be $163; for 201 to and including 400 heads or detectors, the fee shall be $423; for 401 to and including 1,000 heads or detectors, the fee shall be $585; for over 1,000 heads or detectors, the fee shall be $748. In computing fees for heads and detectors, the number of each shall be counted separately, and two fees, one for heads and one for detectors, shall be charged.
[2] 
The fee for each standpipe shall be $163.
[3] 
The fee for each independent preengineered system shall be $65.
[4] 
The fee for each gas- or oil-fired appliance which is not connected to the plumbing system shall be $33.
[5] 
The fee for each kitchen exhaust system will be $33.
[6] 
The fee for each incinerator shall be $260.
[7] 
The fee for each crematorium shall be $260.
(3) 
Elevators. The fee for a permit to install an elevator shall be $260.
(4) 
Certificates and other permits. The fees are as follows:
(a) 
The fee for a demolition or removal permit shall be $46 for a structure of less than 5,000 square feet in area and less than 30 feet in height, for one- or two-family residences (use group R-3 of the building subcode); and structures on farms, including commercial farm buildings under N.J.A.C. 5:23-3.2(d), used exclusively for storage of food or grain or sheltering of livestock; and $85 for all other use groups.
(b) 
The fee for a permit to construct a sign shall be in the amount of $0.85 per square foot surface area of the sign, computed on one side only for double-faced signs. The minimum fee shall be $33.
(c) 
The fee for a certificate of occupancy shall be in the amount of 10% of the new construction permit fee which would be charged by the Department pursuant to these regulations. The minimum fee shall be $85 except for one- or two-family (use group R-3 of the building subcode) structures of less than 5,000 square feet in area and less than 30 feet in height, and structures on farms, including commercial farm buildings subject to N.J.A.C. 5:23-3.2(d), used exclusively for storage of food or grain or sheltering of livestock, for which the minimum fee shall be $46.
(d) 
The fee for a certificate of occupancy granted pursuant to a change of use group shall be $124.
(e) 
The fee for a certificate of continued occupancy shall be $85.
(f) 
There shall be no fee for a temporary certificate of occupancy.
(g) 
The fee for a certificate of approval certifying that work done under a construction permit has been satisfactorily completed shall be $20.
(h) 
The fee for plan review of a building for compliance under the alternate systems and nondepletable energy source provisions of the energy subcode shall be $195 for one- and two-family homes and for light commercial structures having the indoor temperature controlled from a single point, and $975 for all other structures.
(i) 
The fee for an application for a variation in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.10 shall be $423 for Class I structures and $85 for Class II and Class III structures. The fee for resubmission for an application for a variation shall be $163 for Class I structures and $46 for Class II and Class III structures.
(5) 
Periodic inspections. Fees for the periodic departmental reinspection of equipment and facilities granted a certificate of approval for a specified duration in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:23-2.23 shall be as follows:
(a) 
For elevators, escalators and moving walks requiring reinspection every six months, the fee shall be $65 except for each five-year inspection and witnessing of tests on elevators, for which the fee shall be $208.
(b) 
For dumbwaiters requiring reinspection every 12 months, the fee shall be $26.
(c) 
For cross-connections and backflow preventers that are subject to testing, requiring reinspection every three months, the fee shall be $33 for each device when they are tested (thrice annually) and $85 for each device when they are broken down and tested (once annually).
(6) 
Annual permits.
(a) 
The fee to be charged for an annual construction permit shall be charged annually. This fee shall be a flat fee based upon the number of maintenance workers who are employed by the facility and who are primarily engaged in work that is governed by a subcode. Managers, engineers and clericals shall not be considered maintenance workers for the purpose of establishing the annual construction permit fee. Annual permits may be issued for building/fire protection, electrical and plumbing.
(b) 
Fees shall be as follows:
[1] 
One to 25 workers, including the foreman: $425 per worker.
[2] 
Each additional worker over 25: $165 per worker.
[3] 
Prior to the issuance of the annual permit, a training registration fee of $100 per subcode shall be submitted by the applicant to the Department of Community Affairs, Construction Code Element, Training Section, along with a copy of the construction permit (Form F-170). Checks shall be made payable to "Treasurer, State of New Jersey."

§ 172-9 Additional department fees.

[Added 10-17-2000 by Ord. No. 1150-00]
A. 
Building fees: (minimum building subcode fee shall be $46 per construction permit).
(1) 
New construction and additions:
All use groups.
Volume of building ________ cu. ft. x 0.027
Commercial farm buildings
Maximum fee not to exceed $1,145
Volume of building ________ cu. ft. x 0.008
(2) 
Reconstruction, alteration, renovation, repair:
(a) 
The applicants shall submit cost data by architect or engineer of record, a recognized estimating firm, or by contractor bid. The Department will review the construction costs for acceptability.
(b) 
The fee for reconstruction, alterations, renovation, rehabilitation, repair and other work not specifically addressed in this ordinance but regulated by the N.J. UCC shall be as follows except by agencies having superseding jurisdiction.
(c) 
Estimated cost of construction: $24 per $1,000.
(3) 
Tents (in excess of 900 square feet or more than 30 feet in any direction): fee is $92.
(4) 
Swimming pools:
(a) 
Aboveground fee: $75.
(b) 
In-ground fee: $200.
B. 
Plumbing fees (minimum plumbing fee shall be $46 per construction permit).
(1) 
Total number of plumbing/gas/oil piping fixtures: $10 each device. Fixtures to include all fixtures and appliances connected to the plumbing, oil or gas piping system except as listed below.
(2) 
Total number of special devices: $65 each device. Special devices include grease traps, oil separators, refrigeration units, utility service connections, backflow preventers equipped with test ports (double check valve assembly, reduced-pressure zone and pressure vacuum breaker backflow preventers), steam boilers, hot water boilers (excluding those for domestic water heating), active solar systems, sewer pumps and interceptors.
C. 
Electrical fees (minimum electrical subcode fee shall be $46 per construction permit).
(1) 
Receptacles, fixtures and devices to be counted for these parts are lighting fixtures, wall switches, convenience receptacles, sensors, dimmers, alarm devices, smoke and heat detectors, communications outlets, light standards eight feet or less in height including luminaries, emergency lights, electric signs, exit lights or similar electric fixtures and devices rated 20 amps or less including motors or equipment rated less than 1 hp or 1 kW.
(a) 
Receptacles and fixtures, first 50: fee is $36.
(b) 
Increments of 25 additional receptacles and fixtures: $6 per 25.
(2) 
Each motor or electrical device rated from 1 hp or 1 kW to 10 hp or 10 kW: for each transformer or generator rated from 1 kW or 1 kva to 10 kW or 10 kva; for each replacement of wiring involving one branch circuit or part; for each storable pool or hydromassage bathtub; for each underwater lighting fixture; for household electric cooking equipment rated up to 16 kW; for each fire, security or burglar alarm control unit; for each receptacle rated from 30 to 50 amps; for each light standard greater than eight feet in height including luminaries; for each communications closet: the fee is $10 each device.
(3) 
Each motor or electrical device rated from greater than 10 hp or 10 kW to 50 hp or 50 kW; for each service equipment, panelboard, switchboard, switchgear motor control center or disconnecting means rated 225 amps less; for each transformer or generator rated from greater than 10 kW or 10 kva to 45 kva; for each electric sign rated from greater than 20 amps to 225 amps including associated disconnecting means for each receptacle rated greater than 50 amps, and for each utility management device: the fee is $46 each device.
(4) 
Each motor or electrical device rated from greater than 50 hp or 50 kW to 100 hp or 100 kW; for each service equipment, panelboard, switchboard, switchgear, motor control center or disconnecting means rated greater than 225 amps to 1,000 amps, for each transformer or generator rated from greater than 45 kW or 45 kva to 112.5 or 112.5 kva: the fee is $92 each device.
(5) 
Each motor or electrical device rated greater than 100 hp or 100 kW; for each service equipment, panelboard, switchboard, switchgear, motor control center or disconnecting means rated greater than 1,000 amps; and for each transformer rated greater than 112.5 kW or 112.5 kva: the fee is $457 each device.
(6) 
For specific information on fees for multimeter stacks, concurrent installation of components of motor controls and process equipment, refer to N.J.A.C. 5:23-4.20(c)iii (8), (9) and (11) for details on fee applicability.
D. 
Standpipe fee: $229 per standpipe.
E. 
Fire protection and hazardous equipment fee (minimum fire protection fee shall be $46 per construction permit).
(1) 
Sprinkler heads:
Heads
Fee
1 to 20
$65
21 to 100
$120
101 to 200
$229
201 to 400
$594
401 to 1,000
$822
Over 1,000
$1,050
(2) 
Detectors: for first 12, fee is $36; for each group of 25 in addition to this, fee is $12.
(3) 
Independent preengineered systems: $92 per system.
(4) 
Gas- or oil-fired appliance which is not connected to the plumbing system: $46 per appliance.
(5) 
Kitchen exhaust system: $65 per system.
(6) 
Key boxes, vaults, cabinets other devices intended for Immediate emergency entrance by emergency services: $25 per device.
(7) 
Incinerators: $365 per device.
(8) 
Crematoriums: $365 per device.
F. 
Demolition or removal permit (if needed):
(1) 
For a structure of less than 5,000 square feet in area and less than 30 feet in height, for one- or two-family residences (R-3) and for structures on farms, including commercial farm buildings, the fee is $65.
(2) 
All other structures: fee is $120. Structures over 20,000 square feet: fee is $300. Underground storage tanks: fee is $50 per tank.
G. 
Signs. Fee is $0.85 per square feet ($46 minimum). (Note: fee to be based on one side of double-sided signs.)
H. 
Nondepletable and alternate energy systems (including but not limited to solar and geothermal systems).
(1) 
Light commercial with one thermostat and R-3 fee: $274 per system.
(2) 
All other structures: $1,369 per system.
I. 
Permit fee plan review breakdown: 80% permit fee and 20% plan review.
J. 
Elevator fees:
(1) 
R-3 and R-4 Use Groups: $50 per elevator. All other use groups: $260.
K. 
Elevator fees: as per Department of Community Affairs or other enforcement agencies as determined by Hazlet Township for enforcement of elevator subcode within the municipality.
L. 
Certificate of occupancy fees:
(1) 
Fee for certificate of occupancy for residential use shall be $75 per dwelling unit.
(2) 
Fee for certificate of occupancy for all other uses shall be 10% of construction permits fees with a minimum fee of $120.
(3) 
Fee for CO granted to change of use group is $120.
(4) 
Fee for certificate of continued occupancy is $120.
M. 
Training and certification fees:
(1) 
Volume of new construction from section 1 of page 1 fee is: 0.0016 per cubic foot.
(2) 
Cost of renovation work, including all disciplines: fee is $0.80 per $1,000.
N. 
N.J. UCC fees and other required fees or other agencies having jurisdiction shall conform to those fee schedules as mandated by law.