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- From: "Dennis S. Wish" <wish(--nospam--at)cwia.com>
- Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 13:25:16 -0800
We often berate architects! No, seriously, there are often issues related to the suggested limits of practice between architects and engineers. Often these discussions become rather heated. Having an architect in the list (and many of the members have multiple licenses) can help to understand the other opinions and, hopefully, learn to bridge the gap between the two professions. Jump in when you can. Dennis Wish PE |-----Original Message----- |From: Phil Dodd [mailto:phildodd(--nospam--at)downeysavings.com] |Sent: Thursday, March 12, 1998 8:56 AM |To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org |Subject: lurking | | |I have been "lurking" for about 2 weeks now. I am an architect who is |employed by a developer/property manager -- who is also an |occupant/owner (via its parent company) of many buildings -- to manage |contracted architects, engineers, other consultants, and builders for |new construction, remodeling, repairs, and maintenance. I find much of |the discussion over the seaoc subscription organization very |interesting, sometimes humorous, and usually educational, even though |some of the technical talk is "over my head". | |Considering the level of my expertise in things structural, I doubt that |I will participate in many (if any) discussions and will now recede back |to my lurking position. | | |
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