///Minor Remodel (Non-Substantial Alteration)

Minor Remodel (Non-Substantial Alteration)

Non-substantial plan reviews typically include smaller projects and depend on the scope of work. The following examples require remodel submission:

  • Adding to or altering an existing aquatic venue
  • Altering the equipment or structure of a public bathing, swimming facility or public spa
  • Replacing equipment with equipment that is not functionally identical to the original (results in a change in total dynamic head, different operating characteristics, etc.)
  • Replacing sections of fencing (Note: barrier remodels will require existing facilities to come into compliance with the Aquatic Facility Regulation barrier and enclosure requirements)
  • Refinishing a deck with a different surface
  • Changing interior color or adding a design to the bottom of an aquatic venue

Application and plans must be submitted to the health district before the start of the remodel work by:

  • A professional engineer registered in the state of Nevada,
  • An architect registered in the state of Nevada, or
  • A licensed contractor who holds a classification A license with an A-10 sub-classification issued by the Nevada State Contractors Board, or who is Nevada registered or licensed to practice their respective design profession as defined by the state of Nevada.

Application Specifics

Aquatic Venue Non-Substantial Alteration Form

Note:

  • Failure to provide completed applications and required specifications will result in a delay of the remodel process.
  • Contractors, architects, and engineers must provide a current copy of their license with submission
  • Submit applications via email to aquatic@snhd.org.
  • All fees must be paid upon receipt of invoice.
  • Payment of fees does not constitute approval of plans.
  • Remodel work must not begin until written approval is granted by the Southern Nevada Health District.

Phone: (702) 759-0572

Aquatic Health Program Offices are located at the City of Las Vegas Development Services Center

 

Updated on: October 6, 2020

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