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- Subject: Re: Building Permit in Monterey County
- From: Mlcse(--nospam--at)aol.com
- Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 23:40:27 EDT
Get ahold of Joshua Marrow with Simpson Gumpertz & Heger in San Francisco. He has done some work on this subject and is presenting a paper at the 2002 SEAOC Annual Convention related to this subject. The Wine industry as a whole is concerned about the possible vulnerability of all their fermentation and storage tanks during an earthquake. It should be a very interesting presentation, some shake table reseach has been done I believe
Michael Cochran S.E.
2002 SEAOC Convention
In a message dated 8/19/02 5:20:52 PM Pacific Daylight Time, YI(--nospam--at)summit-sr.com writes:
Has anyone done any structural work in Monterey County?
I tried to call the building department but I'm getting answers slowly.
I have a winery project in the central cost, I wondering if a building permit is required for wine storage tanks (very large tanks, 12'-15' diameter, 20'-25' height) anchorage. I think the tank foundation needs to have a permit. What about the anchor designs, since the tanks are not really designed per any code requirement. Also the catwalk system that's needed to access the top of the tank. I think these are considered "process equipment" and does not need any building permit.
Any ideas? Thanks
Y i Y a n g P. E.
Summit Engineering Inc.
Santa Rosa, CA
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