Saskatchewan's largest building code inspection & enforcement company

Saskatchewan's largest building code inspection & enforcement company

Saskatchewan's largest building code inspection & enforcement companySaskatchewan's largest building code inspection & enforcement companySaskatchewan's largest building code inspection & enforcement company

Serving Saskatchewan since 1992.

PBI has a head office in White City (near Regina) and a satellite location in Weyburn.

Services & Resources

Municipal Inspection Services

Municipal Inspection Services

Municipal Inspection Services

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PBI provides qualified Licensed Building Officials to oversee any type of construction project in your municipality to fulfil your obligation to

 administer and enforce the building standards.

FAQs - For Municipalities

Municipal Inspection Services

Municipal Inspection Services

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Why does your municipality need the services of a Licensed Building Official?  What are the benefits of choosing PBI for your inspection needs? Click below for answers to these and other questions.

National Energy Code

Municipal Inspection Services

National Energy Code

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Effective January 1, 2019, the National Energy Code for Buildings (NECB) and National Building Code of Canada (NBC) Section 9.36 on Energy Efficiency will be in force and mandatory in Saskatchewan. 

FAQs - For Builders

Reserve Fund Studies

National Energy Code

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Click the button below for answers to some commonly asked questions from ratepayers, as well as download a copy of PBI's brochure regarding inspection requirements for residential projects.

Building Advisories

Reserve Fund Studies

Reserve Fund Studies

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Building Standards & Licensing Branch (BSL) publishes advisories and bulletins to assist builders with new construction in Saskatchewan. The button below will connect with the government website.

Reserve Fund Studies

Reserve Fund Studies

Reserve Fund Studies

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A qualified Reserve Fund Analyst can provide condominium corporations or associations with a full reserve fund study or an update to a previous study using software adapted for Saskatchewan.