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- Subject: I disagree with Fred!
- From: jerome.tan(--nospam--at)PAREURO.COM
- Date: Fri, 29 May 1998 9:26:04 +0000
The size of the building being considered in the design is immaterial gentlemen. It is the human life at stake. What would you feel if the less than 5000 SF Steel or Concrete Building in question collapsed and it so happens that someone close to you is in there. Wouldn't you be blaming the designer? The size of our project does not diminish the fact that we should put the same amount of effort, intelligence and the much needed details for that building to serve its purpose and protect human life. Jerome Tan SE ______________________________ Reply Separator _________________________________ Subject: Re: I Agree with Fred ! Author: MIME7:dahil01(--nospam--at)ix.netcom.com at INTERNET Date: 5/29/98 7:26 AM Stan, I could not agree with you more! Are there any other issues that we should be concerned with, I would think so. Caldwell, Stan wrote: > > Fred Turner wrote: > > Are single family dwellings really the critical subject that we want to > fill up our email with? It is not that important to me. > > I couldn't have stated it any better. I firmly believe that there is a > silent majority out there that design buildings in concrete and steel, > ... buildings that greatly exceed 5,000 s.f. Where are they? After the > past few days, they are probably unsubscribing in droves! > > Stan R. Caldwell, P.E. > Ice Hockey Fan > Dallas, Texas >
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