One long holiday weekend later, the City of Austin today issued a new and separate permit for the construction of the garage, resolving questions about how to call for inspections of the garage under the existing permit for the house when the inspections of the foundation, steelwork, concrete, framing and roofing of the house are already complete.
Ron and Kathleen from Ranserve report they have contacted the City of Austin to resolve a question about the garage construction permit.
As explained to Steven, the City approved construction of the garage as an amendment to the construction plans for the house — which is what the City advised was the correct procedure. But … when Ron spoke with the inspector two days ago about how to get the foundation for the garage inspected and approved, the inspector checked with the office — and he advised that the City needs to revise the permit, separating the garage as its own permit and construction process — which in turn will allow Ron to call for the foundation, steelwork, concrete, framing, roofing and other inspections — which he cannot do at this point because all those inspections are already done and approved for the house.
Kathleen advises she will have an update next week.
In the interim, complying in full with the plans already approved by the City, Gilsa continues to install steelwork for the foundation.
Above, long runs of rebar are prepped from front to back of garage.