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What does DOB stand for?

DOB stands for Department of Buildings

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EBNY applauds Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Commissioner Robert LiMandri and Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway for having the vision to create the Hub and we congratulate the Department of Buildings and the staff of the Hub for a successful inaugural year.
The Department of Buildings is currently looking for volunteers from the industry to serve on the following boards: * 2013 Master Plumbers & Master Fire Suppression Piping Contractors License Board * Electrical License Board: Reviews applications for electrical licensure and licensee compliance with Electrical Code administrative provisions * Electrical Advisory Board: Reviews applications for installations over 1000kva & electrical equipment * Electrical Code Revision & Interpretation Committee Assists in the interpretation of Electrical Code technical provisions These boards review issues from the development industry and provide either counsel to the Department of Buildings or make direct determinations regarding active projects and personnel in the City.
Improper rigging operations caused an 11,000-pound steel collar to fall, leading to a tower crane collapse at 303 East 51st Street, at Second Avenue, on March 15, 2008, according to the results of a year-long Department of Buildings investigation into the collapse, released today.
com) (Nasdaq:CPST) said today that it has filed with the New York City Department of Buildings (NYCDoB) MEA Division a Materials Equipment Acceptance (MEA) application which will significantly simplify the permitting and installation approval of Capstone-branded microturbines in the five boroughs of New York City.
The New York City Department of Buildings recently amended its regulations with respect to insurance that must be obtained by builders in order to obtain permits.