TDLR Architectural Barriers Forms
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TDLR Architectural Barriers Project Registration Form
TDLR Form AB005 must be submitted with the construction documents and payment. (PDF)
Note: Completion and submission of the above form is not required where the project has been registered online at TDLR's website. See the TDLR Project Registration Page for instructions on registering a project.
TDLR Proof of Submission Form
TDLR Form AB042 must be submitted by the design professional with overall responsibility for the design of the project. In the absence of such a design professional, the Owner is required to make the submittal. In that event, we will not require this form. (PDF)
TDLR Request for Inspection Form
TDLR Form 041AB must be submitted by the owner of a building or facility to request an inspection. We will not be able to perform an inspection without this form. (PDF)
TDLR Inspection Response Form
TDLR Form AB029 must be submitted to us after a failed final inspection, and prior to any deadline for responding. (PDF)
TDLR Owner Agent Designation Form (uncommon)
TDLR Form AB043 is provided for an Owner (holding title to the subject property) to designate an Agent to act on its behalf. This form, if utilized, must accompany the Project Registration Form and/or Request for Inspection Form if an agent will be designated. (PDF)
For forms not provided here, such as Variance Applications, go to the TDLR's website.