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- From: "Bill Sherman" <SHERMANWC(--nospam--at)cdm.com>
- Date: 07 Oct 98 10:19:56 -0400
I too have had joist suppliers refuse to stamp submitted joist erection drawings. But I have been able to get a PE stamped letter stating that the joists are designed for the specified loads. So I now specify that the a PE stamped certification be submitted, certifying that the joists have been designed and manufactured to meet the specified load capacities. I show the joist layout and list the roof design loads on my design drawings, including net uplift loads, and I specify that the joist supplier determine bridging requirements (although I may also show minimum required bridging on my drawings as well). So you may want to check with the Building Official if the following is acceptable: submit a PE stamped certification form from the joist supplier regarding the joist design, and submit a PE stamped letter from the EOR stating that the joist submittal has been reviewed for conformance with the design intent.
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