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New 'ePlans' system begins April 4, 2022

As of April 4, 2022:

  • All Interstate Industrialized Building Commission (IIBC) modular plan reviews will be submitted through a new ePlans system.

  • All applicants must use ePlans for the IIBC plan review process.

  • This means, CCLD is no longer able to accept paper applications, plans, specifications, calculations, and/or applicable submittal documents. 

  • Applicant must first log into the iMS system account to register their application and obtain an IIBC plan review number.

Register in iMS to obtain an IIBC plan review number.

IMPORTANT:  The email address you provided during the set-up of your iMS account, will be your User ID in the iMS system. It will also be used for all project communications and cannot be changed later. You may register with a shared email address if multiple staff from your organization will be monitoring projects.  View instructions about how to create an account in iMS.

Quality control manual and building systems documents for review

Quality control and building systems documents are processed through iMS. Users must create an account to make application or pay for IIBC Plan Reviews plan, system or quality control review. Existing payment accounts created through U.S. Bank will continue to work.

ePlans user guide

Applying online will automatically register your project for ePlans electronic construction document submittal.  You will receive a follow-up email from ePlans with instructions when it is time to upload your documents.

You will receive an invoice from CCLD for your modular building plan review. You will be able to pay this invoice from your cart in iMS  or by CC. You can apply and pay online for building, plumbing and manufactured structures plan review. 

Questions?

For submittal-related questions, contact Stacy Jeffrey at 651-284-5579 or Stacy.Jeffrey@state.mn.us.

For questions specific to projects that have been uploaded, contact Ermias Mekonnen at 651-284-5833 or Ermias.Mekonnen@state.mn.us or Jason Kelzer at 651-491-0750 or Jason.Kelzer@state.mn.us.