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Re: STEEL: Q - What is the proper procedure for submitting/approv ing an alternate design?

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On Nov 16, 2004, at 9:46 AM, Bill Polhemus wrote:

What I want to know is, are there any governing standards, notably by
AISC (such as the Code of Standard Practice) that governs how something
like this ought to be handled? How about CASE documents? Anything?
The state engineering law covers your obligations. If you accept the contractor's change without proper verification, you are acting negligently, which could cost you your license. The AISC and other codes address engineering requirements for design, not professional conduct.

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