Looking to Build a Manufactured/Mobile Home?
A building permit is required for the construction of a manufactured or mobile home. Below is a list of items and information that are required to begin the permitting process:
Completed Development permit application form with detailed site plan
Completed Building Application Form
Builder License for contractors or Owner Builder Authorization for individuals planning to build their own home. For more information about builder licensing please click here.
Copy of new Home Buyer Protection Act Registration Certificate or Exemption Certificate. To register, please call Alberta Municipal Affairs at 1-866-421-6929 or visit https://residentialprotection.alberta.ca/
Two complete sets of construction drawings printed or one PDF copy that include:
-Floor plans for all developed floors, including area of each floor
-Building cross section
-Foundation Plan (see below Foundation Information)
-Specifications/layouts for any engineered projects (ie. Trusses, beams, floor systems, etc.)
-Layouts can be onsite at framing stage
Year of manufacture - manufactured homes more than 10 years of age will require an inspection report completed by a Safety Codes Officer prior to occupancy. To see an example of the Inspection Report required, click here.
Serial #, AMA #, CSA,QAI or Interek #
Completed Manufactured Home Information Sheet
National Energy Code for Building Compliance Report
National Energy Code 9.36 Compliance Report for houses and small buildings (new construction including additions.)
Questions regarding the National Energy Codes can be directed to Alberta Municipal Affairs, Safety Services at 1-866-421-6929 or by email at [email protected] and visit their website at https://www.municipalaffairs.alberta.ca/CP_Energy_Codes_Information
Please ensure that you have included all ten documents with your permit application. The building permit application does not include electrical, gas, plumbing and private sewage disposal permits. To download and apply for these permits, please find them on the Planning & Development page here.
Foundations that are not required to be designed by a professional engineer or registered architect:
-Full concrete foundation
-4 ft. concrete frost wall on a strip footing
-4 ft. pier foundation on a spread footing
Foundations that are required to be designed by a professional engineer or registered architect:
-Concrete pile and grade beam systems
-Preserved wood foundation
-Shallow foundation (slab on grade) over 55 sq.m
-ICF - Insulated Concrete Forms (may require engineering if no CCMC approval is provided)
-Hydronic in-floor heating system plans
-Geothermal heating system plans