1313.04  DETERMINING CONSTRUCTION COSTS/VALUATION.
   (a)   Effective on and after January 1, 2005, the fee for a permit for a new building or structure or an addition to an existing building or structure shall be based upon the construction costs of the building or structure as determined from the following Type of Construction Factor Table for Commercial/Industrial Projects OR Residential Building Square Foot Construction Cost Table.
 
 
TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION FACTOR TABLE
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS
USE GROUPS
NAMES
TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION
(per square foot)
1
2-3-4
5
A-1, A-4
Assembly, Theaters with stage
1.71
1.49
1.29
A-2, A-3, A-5, E
Assembly, Nightclubs, Restaurants, Churches, Educational, Amusement
1.40
1.21
1.01
B, M
Business, Mercantile
1.11
.93
.72
F-1, F-2, H, S-1, S-2
Factories, High Hazard, Storage
.74
.58
.43
I-1, I-2, I-3, I-4
Institutional
1.81
1.26
1.14
R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4
Hotels, Multi-Family, Residential
1.08
.94
.79
U, Misc.
Utility, Miscellaneous
.57
.45
.31
NOTES:   1.  R-4 Accessory Structures (Commercial, Multi-Family) 
.20
      2.  Unfinished Basements (all use groups)
.20
 
RESIDENTIAL BUILDING SQUARE FOOT
CONSTRUCTION COST TABLE (except roofing)
(1)  Habitable Areas
$45.00 per square foot
(2)  Non-Habitable Areas
$25.00 per square foot
   (b)   The fee for a permit for the repair or alteration of an existing building or structure shall be determined on the basis of the actual cost of the work performed.  Each applicant for a permit shall present a contract or contractor's proposal or make a sworn statement of affirmation, in writing, setting forth, in accordance with a bona fide estimate, the total value of the proposed alteration, repair or installation, including the cost of any and all plumbing, electrical, heating and other mechanical equipment, devices, appliances, materials, etc., which will be incorporated therein, and also the value of all labor, regardless of who is to do the work or make the installations.
(Ord. 05-186.  Passed 7-12-5.)