To: "'seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org'" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Subject: RE: Charlie Carter re: latest AISC Code of Standard Practice?
From: BILL PULYER <WPULYER(--nospam--at)steelfab-inc.com>
Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 10:44:24 -0400
Read further to Section 4.4.1(b) and the associated Commentary. I think it
it stated even more clearly than before.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: KSP [SMTP:lvtakp(--nospam--at)yahoo.com]
> Sent: Friday, May 19, 2000 10:17 AM
> To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
> Subject: Charlie Carter re: latest AISC Code of Standard Practice?
> It appears to me that the language that used to be in
> paragraph 4.2.1 regarding approval as it relates to
> responsibility for connections has changed somewhat
> making it less clear. Is there a particular reason
> why the language:"...constitutes acceptance by the
> owner's authorized representative of design for the
> structural adequacy of such connections." was deleted?
> I can't find any similar wording in the new Code that
> makes this as clear as it was. Please help.
> Ken Peoples
> Lehigh Valley Technical Associates
> --- Charlie Carter <carter(--nospam--at)aiscmail.com> wrote:
> > >What is the current edition of the AISC Code of
> > Standard Practice for Steel
> > Buildings and Bridges?
> > You're question is an extremely timely one, Ken. We
> > just finished an update
> > of the AISC Code of Standard Practice that got
> > posted on the AISC web site
> > today. How's that for real time?! It is dated March
> > 7, 2000 and can be
> > downloaded here:
> > Paper versions will be available as soon as we have
> > them back from our
> > printer, but the *.pdf you can download is identical
> > to what will be
> > available in printed form.
> > Perhaps I am optimistic, but I think you will like
> > what you see in the new
> > Code. A general summary of the changes appears in
> > the Preface. Also
> > indicated in the Preface, the membership of the AISC
> > Code Committee was
> > expanded for the writing of this version to include
> > a broad group of
> > interested segments of the steel design community
> > and construction industry,
> > including six structural engineers, two architects,
> > one general contractor,
> > seven fabricators, one steel detailer, three
> > erectors and one attorney.
> > Thanks to Ken's timely question, you will all be the
> > first on your block to
> > see the new AISC Code of Standard Practice. You'll
> > hear more about it in a
> > coming issue of AISC's Modern Steel Construction
> > magazine.
> > Charlie
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Send instant messages & get email alerts with Yahoo! Messenger.