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All permitting

in one place

ePermitHub is the link between permitting jurisdictions and sophisticated construction processes.

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What we do

Streamline construction permitting

Regional Permitting

Support the creation of regional permitting portals to promote interoperation accross jurisdictions, minimize the cost and environmental footprint of construction regulation and spur economic development.

Permit Management

End to end management of the regulatory side of your construction projects. Construction teams are able to share and collaborate to fulfill the permit requirements for a project, while managing schedules and seamlessly interacting with jurisdictions.

Permit to BIM

Integration of permitting into BIM processes. BIM processes are revolutionazing the construction industry; however, permitting is in most cases not considered as part of BIM workflows. We aim to further revolutionize the industry by integrating these two worlds.

Our Partners


Autodesk is the world leader in software that helps people imagine, design, and create a better world.


Accela provides the leading civic platform, powering millions of transactions daily for public agencies worldwide.


IdenTrust is a leader in identity solutions recognized by government agencies around the world.

How It Works

What's in it For You

Learn How Jurisdictions and Construction Teams Can Benefit.

Construction Teams

Construction professionals and their companies will be able to track and manage projects and corresponding permits from multiple agencies from an easy to use dashboard. All project stakeholders will be able to collaborate on fulfilling the permit requirements for a project without losing the efficiencies of state of the art BIM workflows.

Some of the features include:

  • Integrated permit applications.
  • Workflow event notifications.
  • Interactive 2D and 3D plan review.
  • BIM powered inspections.
  • End to end permit management.
  • Integration with BIM tools such as BIM 360, Revit and AutoCAD.
  • Digital sealing of construction plans.
  • Request permit related clarifications on the spot.
  • Go 100% paperless and possibly earn LEED credits.


Jurisdictions can host and publish detailed permitting information online. Information is published real-time to our easy to navigate regional portals and also to our OpenPermit standard endpoints. Regional permitting built on standards provide a one-stop-shop for all permitting needs across a region and promote innovation and economic development.

Some of the features include:

  • Publish permit requirements, status information and history.
  • Provide your clients a standardized interface that looks the same for all jurisdictions.
  • Minimize the need to train your clients.
  • Share standard best practices applied by other agencies.
  • Automatically become an OpenPermit endpoint.
  • Push notices about process changes to clients
  • Free up your phone lines.
  • Provide automated feedback to clients.
  • Keep track of process analytics.
Track permitting as part of your BIM processes
Go 100% paperless
Get permits approved faster
Minimize regulatory costs
Keep track of schedules and process analytics

— All permitting in one place —

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State of the art BIM workflows for permitting
Minimized permitting delays
Keep your entire team in sync

— Revolutionizing the construction world —


What Is It

The OpenPermit Specification is designed to allow both government and third party software developers to create new applications and technologies that can streamline and automate the interaction between citizens and jurisdictions during the permitting process.

for streamlined permitting

Visit the Open Permit Specification now

If you are interested in contributing please contact us at


About OpenPermit

OpenPermit uses the internet to make the permitting process transparent by employing modern technology to define a set of open standards that allow a jurisdiction to publish information and interact with citizens and businesses through an electronic medium. This means that requirements and process details can be provided by jurisdictions in a machine readable and automated form consumable by all applications with access to the internet, eliminating paper based workflows. An open standards model also allows for multiple jurisdictions to follow the same best practice approaches, minimizing inconsistencies when citizens go to obtain a permit from one jurisdiction to the next.

Contribute and build the community

By working together we can all achieve the OpenPermit goals, greatly improve permitting efficiency and enhance economic development in the communities where we live.


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