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- From: "Rich Lewis" <seaint04(--nospam--at)lewisengineering.com>
- Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 20:58:25 -0600
I received a large package of information for a tilt-up wall building I designed. The submittal was produced by Dayton Superior. It includes a lot of general information on tilt wall erection and then the insert and bracing details for the wall panels. I wondering how a submittal like this is typically handled by other engineers. This is basically a “means and method of construction” submittal. I didn’t design the lifting procedure, sequence, anchors, bracing, etc.
I don’t think I should “approve” it. I don’t think I should put a typical shop drawing stamp on it. I’m considering sending it back with a letter stating I looked at it, I don’t take exception to anything and remind the contractor that they are responsible for means and methods of construction and I take no responsibility for the lifting and placing design.
Is that how others handle it, or is should I look at this differently?
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