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- From: William Keil <WJK(--nospam--at)brph.com>
- Date: Fri, 3 Sep 1999 07:33:29 -0400
I don't know if this is what you were looking for, but I hope it helps: My experience in Florida leads me to believe that the building requires threshold inspection by a registered threshold inspector if it is classified as an essential facility or a designated hurricane shelter. All other structures are not required to be inspected by a registered threshold inspector. My experience in New York City required certified inspections by a registered inspection company for certain aspects of construction such as building stability, high-strength bolting, subgrade for foundations, concrete materials, and welding. William J. Keil, P.E. -----Original Message----- From: Randy Russ [mailto:rruss(--nospam--at)eatel.net] Sent: Thursday, September 02, 1999 6:06 PM To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org Subject: Threshhold For Structural Engineering The Louisiana Board is drafting policy to define minimum threshholds of construction before an engineer's seal is required. I was asked about what should be a minimum threshhold for structural engineering. What are other states doing? What is the minimum threshhold before a structural engineer gets involved? Is it based on type of construction, span, etc.? I appreciate your input. Randy Russ, P.E. Russ Engineering Baton Rouge, La.
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