Education event

Webinar Participant Information

Integrating OSHPD’s eServices and ePlanCheck Portals Webinar

Date: June 23, 2016
Time: 1:30 – 3:00 p.m., Pacific Time



Program originally recorded on June 23, 2016



A good thing is about to get even better.
If you have already been working with the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development’s (OSHPD) eServices Portal (eSP), you will be pleased to learn about the upcoming launch of ePlanCheck (ePC ) — a complementary software program to designed to accelerate the review and approval process for hospital construction projects.

Scheduled to launch in late June, ePC will integrate with eSP to usher construction plan submission, review and approval process into the digital realm. Hospital construction project teams who use the powerful eSP and ePC software can expect to benefit from:

  • Faster interaction and response from OSHPD review teams
  • Concurrent plan review by multiple disciplines
  • Customized comment reports tailored to specific task or team member focus
  • Digital time stamping of construction plans
  • Online archiving of plans allows for easy retrieval, review, copies
  • Overall reduced cost and faster turnaround of plan review and approvals
  • Plan to participate and learn how to use ePlanCheck to speed the approval process for your hospital construction projects.

Recommended for:
Facility managers, health care architects, structural, electrical and mechanical engineers, construction project managers, inspectors of record and all other members of the construction project team.

Program supported by:
American Institute of Architects California Council
American Construction Inspectors Association
(AIACC and ACIA members may register at the CHA member rate)


Print presentation slides for note-taking purposes:


Paul A. Coleman, architect, is the deputy director for the California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD), Facilities Development Division (FDD). As deputy director, Mr. Coleman is the chief building official for California’s hospitals — more than 4,000 buildings located at 1,709 healthcare facilities under FDD jurisdiction statewide. Prior to assuming the role of deputy director in 2009, Mr. Coleman served as OSHPD’s southern California deputy division chief in the FDD. There he was responsible for planning and directing work of the program staff, and assisted in the formulation and implementation of policies related to enforcement of the Seismic Safety Act. Mr. Coleman is a licensed architect and general contractor in the state of California.

Gary Dunger is the OSHPD business process manager and program manager for the Electronic Services Portal at OSHPD Facilities Development Division. The eServices Portal is OSHPD’s web-based project tracking and plan submittal program that allows facility owners and design professionals to submit project applications and construction documents online for electronic document review. Formerly the OSHPD chief fire and life safety officer and regional compliance officer, Mr. Dunger has been involved with health facilities construction for 30 years.