Probably some sort of building code thing - similar but different is when doing small jobs around your house like replacing an exterior railing or building a fence of a certain height will require building permits.Serious question- why does the park need permits to make changes to their own mazes?
Same deal, likely. Big thing about permits is it gives the issuing authorities a heads up about what's there including the ability to determine if both the plans are considered safe for use and if the resulting project was built to the plans.I get that for the outdoor mazes, but what about the ones that are entirely indoors?
Code is still code - if I built my fence an inch higher I would have needed a permit, no matter who actually swung a hammer. City makes up some of the rules and can inspect, though I'm not sure if state or federal could also have a hand in it.If you’re a home owner, building permits for small projects don’t make sense. If you’re a corporation, building permits are vital to ensure safe operations and to minimize risk and liability.
This is all true. That said many home owners might not feel the need to pull permits even if they are required. This is not a shortcut that corporations can get away with.Code is still code - if I built my fence an inch higher I would have needed a permit, no matter who actually swung a hammer. City makes up some of the rules and can inspect, though I'm not sure if state or federal could also have a hand in it.
And I remember at least in my home inspection when buying my house, I was told if permits were pulled and what may have to be renovated if we were not comfortable with it possibly not being up to code.
The Reaper was located as of Friday in the employee lot to the back left by Busch Rd and is visible from the first drop on Griffon.I saw somebody posted a picture of the grim reaper you see holding the howl-o-scream logo with days ,I just cannot tell if it’s currently standing or if it’s from last year.
They need to pull permits whenever doing work, although there may be no structural work being done they may move partition wall or something that would require things like exit signs or exit lights to me added or moved, sprinkler heads moved or added and that props do not block any of those said items or their function.Serious question- why does the park need permits to make changes to their own mazes?