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Mike,

Could you let us know which government agency is being so "progressive"...??

Do you think most federal agencies will be doing this...???

Jim Korff, PE
Structural Composites
Foster City
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ritter, Mike" <mritter(--nospam--at)lgt.lg.com>
To: "SEAOC List Server (E-mail)" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2000 1:30 PM
Subject: 2000 IBC


> Thomas,
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> Thanks for the advice, but my client is a big governmental agency.  They
> are the authority having jurisdiction.
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> Thanks,  Mike
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> >Michael,
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> >I don't think your client can pick and choose codes.  You need to
> contact
> >the municipality that has jurisdiction for your project and find out
> what
> >code is legally binding.
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> >Thomas Hunt, S.E.
> >Duke/Fluor Daniel
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> >---------------------- Forwarded by Tom Hunt/DFD on 06/22/2000 12:11 PM
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> >"Ritter, Mike" <mritter(--nospam--at)lgt.lg.com> on 06/22/2000 07:54:05 AM
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> >Please respond to seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
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> >To:   "SEAOC List Server (E-mail)" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
> >cc:
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> >Subject:  2000 IBC
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> >Friends,
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> >I am now working with a client who asked us to use the 2000 IBC...
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> >Thanks,  Mike
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> >Michael D. Ritter, PE
> >Senior Structural Engineer
> >Lockwood Greene Technologies
> >1201 Oak Ridge Turnpike
> >Oak Ridge, TN  37831
> >(865) 220-4418
> >(865) 220-4310 (fax)
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