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Shop drawings are not engineering drawings, nor are they engineering 
calculations.  Shop drawings are instructions to the shop on how to cut, 
drill, assemble, weld, etc., raw materials in the shop for transportation to 
the jobsite and subsequent erection.  Shop drawings are required to comply 
with engineering drawings and engineering calculations.

Engineering drawings and engineering calculations should be sealed by the 
engineer performing the design.

A. Roger Turk, P.E.(Structural)
Tucson, Arizona

Scott Haan wrote:

. > Alaska state licensing law exempts specialty contractors from the
. > practice of engineering when creating shop drawings. Do other states
. > have similar provisions?  

. > Under this Alaska's scenario the engineer is responsible for showing
. > design intent on the plans and the intent of the law is that a specialty
. > contractor can come up with the shop drawings or placing drawings based
. > on the engineers design intent.

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