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- From: David Puskas <david_puskas(--nospam--at)bswintl.com>
- Date: Wed, 10 Feb 1999 08:38:22 -0600
** High Priority ** Mr. Duarte: I would advise you not to make site visits "on your own" without an agreement with your employer as it creates a potential liability condition. I agree that it is desirable for you to make site visits, and should be incouraged, however only with the approval of your employer. As a young engineer, some contractors will try to take advantage of your inexpierience by suggesting non-conforming constrction solutions which do not conform to the design or actually violate the building code. Remember that although many time the contractor is very knowledgable and may have good suggestions the engineer of record is the one responsible for the strucutural design and interpreting the code. Good Luck; Dave Puskas BSW International
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