New Jersey Elevator Inspection Agency fully authorized by the NJ DCA as Private Onsite Inspection Agency in the Elevator Subcode
The New Jersey Privatization Task Force Report to Gov. Chris Christie states: enormous inspection backlogs exist and that outsourcing plan review and field inspections, currently done by the state DCA office, would improve the efficiency of the code enforcement process and ultimately save state resources.
New Jersey Elevator Inspection Agency is a private onsite inspection agency for the elevator subcode authorized by the State of New Jersey.
New Jersey Elevator Inspection Agency brings you experienced professionals, makes it easy for municipalities to add a new revenue stream by handling the details of elevator inspections, and saves taxpayer money. You’ll want to keep NJEIA around as a long-term partner.
Engineering background & Business savvy
Your Subcode Official wiill be an experienced engineer with over 15 years of experience, including 10 years at a major international elevator and escalator OEM, with responsibilities in design, engineering, manufacture, and installation of elevator products used in the construction or alteration of buildings.
All our Elevator Subcode Officials and Elevator Inspectors are licensed with the State of New Jersey.
Your Personal Subcode Official
Your municipality will have a dedicated elevator subcode official, performing all required elevator subcode duties. Your dedicated subcode official will be the primary point of contact for your town.
NJEIA committed to excellence
NJEIA is committed to creating a great experience for your town. By capably handling all elevator inspection and elevator subcode duties for the town, NJEIA will provide extra revenue for the town, while making life easy for the township’s staff, officials, residents and property owners. NJEIA will ensure that your municipality has a rewarding experience, so that you’ll want to keep NJEIA around as a long-term partner.
A win-win partnership
NJEIA is the elevator subcode partner that will perform inspections, plan review and other subcode duties. Your municipality will collect the fees and share in this new revenue stream. The extra funds can help to maintain current municipal staff, while reducing the need to increase taxes.