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- From: Mcsherrygp(--nospam--at)aol.com
- Date: Mon, 25 Nov 1996 16:54:54 -0500
I work for a structural engineering firm in St. Paul, Minnesota. We have the opportunity to work on a project located in Harbin, China. The way the project is set up, we will actually be contracting with another U.S. firm to do the work. I would appreciate it if someone would respond to the following questions for me: 1. Are there any regulations or registrations that our corporation would have to obtain to perform the structural engineering design? 2. Is a United States Professional Engineer sufficient qualifications for performing the structural design? If not, what is required of an engineer to become qualified to perform these services? 3. Do Chinese fabricators use AISC standard structural steel shapes? 4. Do Chinese fabricators use AISC specifications for corrugated metals, fasteners (bolts, nuts, etc.) and welds? 5. Are there any United States building codes which satisfy building code requirements in the Heilongjiang region? If not, are there English versions of the applicable codes? If no one has the answers to these questions I would appreciate any help in pointing me in the right direction. Kim Hicks E-Mail: mcsherrygp(--nospam--at)aol.com ...
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