The OBOA holds a conference, AMTS every year for Ontario municipal building departments and building professionals to connect, develop new skills, stay up to date on industry trends, and ultimately, learn. We are excited to be an exhibitor at this year’s virtual conference. It runs from Sunday, September 27 to Friday, October 2.
Learn how Ontario municipalities are leading the way for Canada by switching from paper-based systems to e-permitting. Discover key benefits of using Cloudpermit, read success stories from municipalities like yours, and learn which counties are taking the lead.
Esri Finland and Cloudpermit have partnered in Finland by integrating their digital solutions designed to manage land use and building life cycle processes. The service entity for the built environment, Lupapiste, and dmCity, a service aimed to digitalize the land use lifecycle, are bringing together all applicants, officials and stakeholders management.
The OBOA recently signed a partnership agreement with Cloudpermit, a cloud-based e-permitting software that allows municipal building departments to digitalize the building permit processes. As the building permit industry moves online, OBOA and Cloudpermit's partnership allows municipal building departments to adopt digital processes in a paperless and collaborative platform.
Building Officials Association of British Columbia, or BOABC, has decided to partner with Cloudpermit. BOABC represents the building officials in British Columbia that accept, review and issue building permits. The partnership between Cloudpermit and BOABC aims to aid the digitalization of the building permitting process and increase knowledge of current industry trends in the area.
Cloudpemit is growing further despite the exceptional spring we have all had. Our expansion also means that we have an increasing demand for great experts to become a part of our international group of professionals. We are now looking for a skilled and experienced Content Writer to join our Canadian team.
Many Canadian municipal building departments are suddenly tasked with finding safe and efficient ways to work remotely in response to the current health crisis. Cloudpermit is responding to this urgent need by offering its leading-edge building e-permitting system free for six months to all Canadian municipalities.
Middlesex Centre has strategic priorities which support customer satisfaction, environmental sustainability and innovation.
Grey Highlands approved the purchase of Evolta E-Permitting Platform 1st May 2019.
Finnish Evolta Oy is now taking its digitalisation expertise to North America as well – the aim is to speed up construction by digitalising the building permit process
The Cloudpermit e-permitting software includes a mobile inspection tool that facilitates the work of everyone involved in the building inspection process. The tool is developed to meet the requirements of municipalities and building inspectors.