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- From: pepper(--nospam--at)netrunner.net (John Pepper)
- Date: Tue, 11 Jun 1996 16:13:31 -0400 (EDT)
In Floirda, for larger buildings, we have the Threshold Inspection Law, which requires that the building be inspected by an engineer or architect with experince in design and insepction. The engineer of record or architect of record can furhter tighten the requirements of inspection, such as requiring that the "Special Inspector" have experience in design and inspection of similar structures and put necessary experince and or education requiremetns on the Special Inspectors representatives through the "Special Inspection Plan" which is a required part of the Contract Documents. The Special Inspector must be paid by the Owner, but reports, and is responsible to the Building Official. Its not perfect, but it had improved the quaility of our larger buildings. John Pepper The Pepper Engineering Group, Inc. 20895 East Dixie Highway Aventura, FL 33180 pepper(--nospam--at)netrunner.net ...
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