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> -----Original Message-----
> From: ESuk(--nospam--at)technip-coflexip.Com
> Peter,
> Thanks for your help.  I did fish through that site, the
> buildings, CE, and
> housing Authorities Departments.  I was not able to locate a document with
> explicit codes to follow or the actual city code itself.  I found it too
> cumbersome for the time being.  Do you happen to recall more of a specific
> location for this information?


It looks like the documents indexed under the "Technical Documents" heading
at the bottom right of this page would cover design requirements (and there
seem to be lots of them...)

You will need to get on top of the requirements for "Authorised Persons" and
"Registered Structural Engineers" (which are probably in there somewhere

Peter James

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