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- Date: Mon, 13 Jul 1998 16:31:06 EDT
The main difference of inspection is the degree of oversight IMHO. I thought the State requires a full time continous on-site inspector ( supposed qualified) which means the contractor will probably have a higher degree of compliance with the plans and specs than a part time drop in inspector from the local agency. Most local agencies, because of their workload, are probably as good if not better inspectors because of the wide variety of the projects they look at and come across; and the resultant cross-training. Ronnie Fong, Fremont, CA In a message dated 7/13/98 4:08:48 PM !!!First Boot!!!, TMCCORMI(--nospam--at)BAS.CI.LA.CA.US writes: > Present law requires local agencies to provide > essentially the same level of plan review, inspection and onsite structural > observation for private schools as the Field Act requires for public schools. > > How many of you believe that local agencies are providing the same quality > of > service as DSA?
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