Do I need to be at the job site when the building inspector arrives?

An adult in responsible charge of the property and the construction project must be present when the building inspector arrives.  This individual must be authorized to serve as the property owner’s agent and must be able to authorize the inspector’s entry onto the property for inspection purposes.  Furthermore, this individual must have authority to expose any portions of the construction work which may be necessary for the inspector to evaluate the work performed.  If construction deficiencies are observed during the inspection, this individual shall be responsible for conveying such information to the property owner or other authorized agent.

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1. What time will the building inspector be at my job site?
2. Can I look up my building inspection on-line and see if the inspection has passed or failed?
3. Why do you need to come into my home for a smoke detector/ carbon monoxide detector inspection?
4. Can you give me a list of all the inspections I will need?
5. Do I need to be at the job site when the building inspector arrives?
6. How do I change the contractor listed on my permit?
7. Can I schedule my building inspection for a specific time of the day?
8. How long will the building inspection take?
9. Will the building inspector call the contractor to inform him that an inspection has failed?
10. Who is qualified to serve as a deputy inspector?
11. Do I need the “Approved” plans at the jobsite when the building inspector arrives?
12. Is the city open or closed this Friday?