This article will help you find your project. Once you see your project, click on the name or to open it. If you cannot find your project after following these steps, you may not have access to the project at all. Contact the users or companies involved with the project and determine which company has control of the project in order for them to share the project with or transfer the project to your company.
- Ensure you do not have any pending project transfers. When a company transfers control of a project to another company, the transfer must be accepted before it is complete.
- Click on your name in the upper-right and select Project Lookup.
Use this search engine to find your project; it will only find projects your company has access to. It works best when you use as few details as necessary to identify the project. For instance, don't try to search by the whole project name: try searching for a portion of the name instead.
Note: The CEC Reg # is found in the lower-left corner of a Title 24 Certificate of Compliance, i.e. the CF-1R PDF. On that document, it's simply called the Registration Number.
- Click on Projects to open this drop-down menu:
Click on the entry that best describes your project:
New Constructions - Residential: Brand-new houses, currently being built or otherwise
Alterations - Residential: Existing homes with new installations, such as a new air conditioner or ducts.
Non Residential: Apartments over three stories tall or commercial buildings.
If you're not sure, start with Alterations - Residential and move on to New Construction later.
- Use the search engine at the top of the Projects page to filter your results if necessary. Use the text filter highlighted in yellow to search by project name or project ID. Click on the to open a project.
Note: The Display Status, highlighted in orange, normally displays only Active projects. It's possible the project is set to Archived status and won't appear under "Active Only". Choose to display All Projects to include Archived projects in your results, especially if you suspect the project is over a year old.
- If your project wasn't in the Project bins, it could actually be a Plan and located in the CF-1R Registration bins. Click on CF-1R Registration to open this drop-down menu:
Start by looking through the New Construction CF-1R Bin (2016). If you find the job you're looking for, click the to open it. Continue searching in the (2013) and (2008) bins as well. Finally, check the Alterations plan bin.
- If you cannot find your project after following these steps, you may not have access to the project at all. Contact the users or companies involved with the project and determine which company has control of the project in order for them to share the project with or transfer the project to your company.
- If all else fails, feel free to contact Tech Support at 916-985-3400 ext * for assistance in tracking down projects.