The Construction Mining Section works to ensure that material mining in Florida is conducted in accordance with Section 552.30, Florida Statutes and Rule 69A-2.024 FAC. Construction Material Mines are permitted by the Division of State Fire Marshal.
On this webpage you can learn more information about the laws governing Construction Mining and how to comply with them.
- Applying for a Construction Mining Permit
- Registering as an Independent Seismologist
- Finding necessary compliance forms
- Filing a complaint regarding alleged non-compliant mining activity
Using these tools, we can work together to ensure that companies are complying with all Florida laws.
Construction materials mines are permitted by the Division of State Fire Marshal. A complete description of the scope of work for this permit can be found in Section 552.30, Florida Statutes.
Applicants for permitting as a Construction materials mine shall complete and submit an application form, providing two copies of all required supporting documentation Section 552.30, Florida Statutes and Rule 69A-2.024, Florida Administrative Code).
Construction Materials Mine Application: Form DFS-K3-1498
Pursuant to Section 552.38, Florida Statutes and Rule 69A-2.024(14), Florida Administrative Code, applicants are required to submit either a Letter of Credit or Bond in the amount of at least $100,000.00.
- Acceptable Form for Letter of Credit
- Checklist for Letter of Credit
- Acceptable Form for Mining Company Bond
Phone (850) 413-3171
Bureau of Fire Prevention
Division of State Fire Marshal
200 E. Gaines Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0342