TDLR Project Registration

How to obtain your

Texas TDLR Project Registration Number

Step 1 Here is the registration process.

*** Here is a link to a form to fill out by hand that will allow you to gather the information prior to going online. Have your credit card ready. The registration fee is $175 by credit card.   click on this – FORM LINK

This is the link to online registration.

https://www.license.state.tx.us/ABProjectRegistrationOnline/

The website will ask for the name and number of the Registered Accessibility Specialist – put in:
John Villarreal RAS #408 put in 408.    The website may want zeros – if it does please start with 5 zeros then 408.

The page produced at the end is “THE TDLR confirmation page” and this is the required document for your permit application for the city.

Once you register the project, please send us a copy of the confirmation page by email.

Step 2 = the Review of Plans

Send a complete permit set of PDF drawings to

accessplanreview@aol.com

and call us at:

(972) 429-9096

TDLR information to the Design professional:

We assist many out of state architects by guiding them thru the requirements and providing links to project registration.  IF you are a TEXAS licensed architect there is a proof of submission form you will need to fill out when you submit the plans. Please give our office a call at 972-429=9096.

An architect, interior designer, landscape architect, or engineer with overall responsibility for the design of a building or facility subject to §469.101 of the Act, shall mail, ship, or hand-deliver the construction documents along with a Proof of Submission form to the department, a registered accessibility specialist, or a contract provider not later than the 20th day after the plans and specifications are issued.”

Issue – To mail, deliver, transmit, or otherwise release plans or specifications to an owner, lessee, contractor, subcontractor, or any other person acting for an owner or lessee for the purpose of construction, applying for a building permit, or obtaining regulatory approval after such plans have been sealed by an architect, interior designer, landscape architect, or engineer. In the case of a state-funded or other public works project, it is the time at which plans or specifications are publicly posted for bids, after such plans or specifications have been sealed by an architect, interior designer, landscape architect, or engineer.

Link to the Proof of Submission form for Architects and Engineers

QUICK LINKS

How to schedule a TAS Inspection

Have you received a TDLR Letter Notice of Inspection Due or Overdue?

How to obtain your TDLR Project Registration Number

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