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- From: "Jeff Smith" <smthengr(--nospam--at)sirius.com>
- Date: Thu, 18 Dec 1997 08:29:51 -0800
It is my understanding that a structural project that is reviewed by DSA or OSHPD requires an SE. I have worked on Kaiser MOB's (medical office buildings) including a radiology office, that never went to DSA, only to the local building department for review. However a mammography light fixture support did go to DSA. IMHO, the project will ultimately require an SE if it goes for permit and construction. Regards, Jeff Smith -----Original Message----- From: Lew Midlam <Lew.Midlam(--nospam--at)lcm.com> To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org <seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org> Date: Wednesday, December 17, 1997 5:59 PM Subject: Re: CE or SE - No Arguments, just need some advice! >California Chaptered Bill SB970 requires that construction of any project for a >hospital that involves structural elements shall be under the responible charge >of an architect or a structural engineer (go figure). > >http://linet.sen.ca.gov/htbin/ca-billpage/SB/970/GOPHER_ROOT2:[BILL.CURRENT .SB.FROM0900.SB0970] > >I offer nothing here other than a pointer to the bill. Good luck in figuring >out what it means, or whether it applies in this case. > >Lew Midlam. PE >================ >> wish wrote: >> >> I received a call from a local hospital who is building a new Mammography >> center. The room already exists, however they want a local engineer to verify >> if the structure can take the load of the new equipment. The structure is a >> Spancrete building and they have all of the plans. After I agreed to meet on >> the site on Friday it occured to me that I may not be able to do this because >> of limitations of my Civil License. >> >> Although this does not require a design - it's pretty much a verification of >> the distriuted loads against the posted live and dead load for the room - does >> the client need an SE to perform this simple calc. >> >> Dennis Wish PE >> > > > >
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