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No. In fact, this is getting to be more common.

Rajendran

--- Chris Towne <ctowne(--nospam--at)chaptech.com> wrote:
> I'm designing a building that will be built in
> phases.  The first phase will be the basement and
> foundations and the second stage will be the two
> stories of steel framing above.  Is there problems
> with the second contractor drilling into the
> concrete piers and using adhesive anchors for the
> anchor bolts on the column base plates?
> 
> Chris Towne, P.E.
> Chapman Technical Group, Ltd.
> St. Albans, WV
> 


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