Plumbing Scheduler

The Division of Industry Services offers an online web scheduler for plan reviews related to Commercial Buildings, Fire Suppression Systems, and Plumbing. Please find Plumbing information below, and visit the Commercial Buildings / Fire Suppression Systems Scheduler page for details.

Effective 03/01/17 we have upgraded to SharePoint 2013 for electronic submittals. Any plan reviews scheduled as of this date will be entered in to SharePoint 2013. Here is the link to the new SharePoint 2013 Submitter Instructions.

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Revisions should 
not be entered into the Web Scheduler.

Revised paper plans and the appropriate application form should be sent to the office that did the original review along with either a check for the revision fee or a signed request from the designer authorizing to be invoiced. 

Revised electronically submitted plans should have a completed application form (including the SharePoint user login ID name and the related transaction # being revised) e-mailed to dspssbplanschedule@wi.gov for an electronic review to be scheduled.

Both types of submittals will be scheduled with the original reviewer's first available appointment date.

Plan Reviewer Availability Calendar


Plumbing Plan Review Scheduling

Prior to submission to the Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS), check with the municipality of the project’s location, as there may be parallel plan review, complete plan review, or other municipal permit regulations. View the full list of Plumbing Delegated Municipalities.

Please choose from the options below based on what you would like to submit to the DSPS.


Public Building or Place of Employment

The plumbing plan review for a public building or place of employment is generally based on a minimum of 16 fixtures, which include water heaters, storm inlets, hose bibbs and floor drains, or relates to health care facilities, or specific installations as identified in SPS Tables 382.20-1 and -2. This may include additions or alterations. Interior and exterior building water distribution and sanitary drain and vent systems may be reviewed together or separately.

  • Petitions are not scheduled via the plumbing plan review scheduler (see Plumbing Code Petitions section below for more information).
  • Plan reviews of projects located in agent municipalities may be done by agent officials unless specified in SPS Table 382.20-1.
  • See the next available plan review dates in each Industry Services review office. 

Plan Review Availabilty Calendar

To submit new plumbing plans online, visit the Web Scheduler (Plumbing Plan Review).

You may reference a previous submittal for the same site to auto-fill the customer and site information, saving yourself entry time. Contact the designer or the owner for the previous transaction number.

Enter Transaction Number

Addition or Alteration to a Public Building or Place of Employment

The plumbing plan review for additions or alterations to public buildings or places of employment (definitions) are based on a minimum of 16 fixtures, which include water heaters, storm inlets, hose bibbs and floor drains. These reviews may also be single fixture installations in health care facilities (definitions) or specific installations as identified in SPS Tables 382.20-1 and -2. Interior and exterior building water systems and sanitary drain and vent systems may be reviewed together or separately. Stormwater and clearwater systems may be part of the review.

  • Petitions are not scheduled via the plumbing plan review scheduler (see Plumbing Code Petitions section below for more information).
  • Plan reviews of projects located in agent municipalities may be done by agent officials unless specified in SPS Tables 382.20-1.
  • See the next available plan review dates in each Industry Services review office.  

Plan Review Availabilty Calendar

To submit new plumbing plans online, visit the Web Scheduler (Plumbing Plan Review).

You may reference a previous submittal for the same site to auto-fill the customer and site information, saving yourself entry time. Contact the designer or the owner for the previous transaction number.

Enter Transaction Number

One- or Two-Family Dwelling

Unless otherwise required, Plan review for one- and two-family dwellings is not done by the Division of Industry Services. Uniform Dwelling Code plan review is done as part of the UDC permit process and takes place at the local level, per SPS 320.29 (SPS 320.29). Contact the municipality in which the one- or two-family dwelling is located.

Revision to a Previously Reviewed Plan

Submitters of revisions (see Definitions section below) to previously reviewed plans do not use the online scheduler for making plan review appointments. Those plan reviews can be sent directly to the office where the original review was done, using review application form SBD-6154. Be sure to include the regulated object numbers being revised.  Also, the form may be faxed to (877) 840-9172 or emailed to DspsSbPlanSchedule@wi.gov.

Plumbing Code Petition

Plumbing code petitions are not scheduled through the online scheduler. You may schedule a plumbing code petition by faxing a completed SBD-9890X form to (877) 840-9172 or emailing the form to DspsSbPlanSchedule@wi.gov.

Schedule Appointment for Review of Special Plumbing System

Appointments for reviews of these special plumbing systems are made using the plumbing plan review scheduler, regardless of what type of facility they are in: grease interceptors, garage catch basins, oil interceptors, car wash interceptors, sanitary dump stations, chemical systems.

It is best if the review is done at the time of the rest of a new, addition, or alteration plumbing system review. However, if the item is being installed by itself, the review may be scheduled by itself.

Web Scheduler (Plumbing Plan Review)

You can use the Industry Services transaction number from the previous submittal to auto-fill the customer and site information, saving yourself entry time. Contact the designer or the owner for the previous transaction number.

Enter Transaction Number

Schedule Appointment for Water Reuse System

Water Reuse Systems of varying types may have plan review appointments made using this scheduler, either as an individual review or as part of a larger plumbing system review.

An example of a water reuse system would be a device, or series of devices that collects previously-used water from a blackwater or graywater source and treats the water so it can be recycled for use within a plumbing system, rather than being discharged to drain.

Web Scheduler (Plumbing Plan Review)

You can use the Industry Services transaction number from the previous submittal to auto-fill the customer and site information, saving yourself entry time. Contact the designer or the owner for the previous transaction number.

Enter Transaction Number

Schedule Review for Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment System

Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems are not scheduled in advance. The reviews are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis in the office to which they are submitted. The plan review application form is SBD-10577.

Technical Code Question

To ask technical code questions, email DspsSbPlbgTech@wi.gov. If you feel it is necessary, contact the office of your choice to make an appointment to have a preliminary plan review discussion, for a fee, with a plumbing plan reviewer.

Cross Connection Control Assembly

Reviews may be scheduled for cross connection control assemblies in health care facilities (see Definitions section below).

Web Scheduler (Plumbing Plan Review)

Registration of assemblies in non-health care is done when the overall plumbing system plan is reviewed or is done online for a transaction fee. Or, the registration can be done by completing relevant information on review application form SBD-6154 and sending it to one of the Industry Services plan review offices for registration.

Plan That Does Not Fall Into Any Previously Mentioned Categories

Information on other types of plumbing plan review scheduling can be found in the Electronic Submissions section on the bottom of the Plan Review page. Information on all the plan reviews done by Industry Services can be found in the Paper Submission section on the bottom of the Plan Review Page.

Questions on plan submittals may be emailed to DspsSbPlanSchedule@wi.gov.

Definitions

Public Building

Any structure, including exterior parts of such building, such as a porch, exterior platform or steps providing means of ingress or egress, used in whole or in part as a place of resort, assemblage, lodging, trade, traffic, occupancy, or use by the public or by three or more tenants.


Place of Employment

Includes every place, whether indoors or out or underground and the premises appurtenant thereto where either temporarily or permanently any industry, trade or business is carried on, or where any process or operation, directly or indirectly related to any industry, trade or business, is carried on, and where any person is, directly or indirectly, employed by another for direct or indirect gain or profit, but does not include any place where persons are employed in private domestic service which does not involve the use of mechanical power or in farming. “Farming” includes those activities specified in s. 102.04 (3), and also includes the transportation of farm products, supplies or equipment directly to the farm by the operator of said farm or employees for the use thereon, if such activities are directly or indirectly for the purpose of producing commodities for market, or as an accessory to such production.


Health Care Facilities

A hospital, nursing home, community-based residential facility, county home, infirmary, inpatient mental health center, inpatient hospice, ambulatory surgery center, adult daycare center, end stage renal facility, facility for the developmentally disabled, institute for mental disease, urgent care center, clinic or medical office, child caring institution, or school of medicine, surgery or dentistry.


Revision

A change to a plan that has already been reviewed and approved.  Anything that is being added to what was previously approved is a request for a new review to be scheduled.


If you do not see your request above, or have further questions or concerns, please contact our office.