This article describes how to use the building department's version of the Project Status Report.
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How to Read the Report
The beginning of the status report is a summary of the project home. The address, standard code year, and permit number are all visible here if you're looking at a project. A plan may not have all of this information displayed.
HERS VERIFIABLE MEASURES are completed by the HERS rater, also known as the CF-3Rs. Each CF-3R form is summarized in the next section.
OVERALL STATUS refers to all required forms on the project. This includes CF-1R (Title-24), CF-2R (installation), CF-3R (HERS measures), and supplemental CF-1R (solar-ready) sections. Contractors commonly forget to do the supplemental CF-1R forms.
The registration number is the unique ID of the CF-1R and it cannot be changed, even if the permit number is edited.
This icon represents a PDF report of a particular form. Click on this icon to download the PDF report for the given form.
This icon indicates that the form or section is complete.
Tools and Reports
Left-click on Tools and Reports in the upper right of a Project Status Report to view this menu.
Project Status Report
The Project Status Report in a condensed format. It includes more details than the status checklist, such as the registration number and signers.
Project Status Checklist
Completed PDF Packet
This function downloads all certificates merged into a single PDF file. These certificates are the same as the documents downloaded from the CF2R or CF3R Information sections.
E-Mail Responsible Company
This is a convenient way to correspond with the companies involved on the project. There are two generic messages you can send in addition to a normal text message. You can also choose to include your name and email as a building department official so they may reply.
Help on Tools and Reports
This is a simple pop-up window that describes the four options in this menu.