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On May 16, 2008, at 10:54 AM, Michel Blangy wrote:

Plan Checker wants EVERY SINGLE SHEET STAMPED. How can I get out of this?
I usually put my calculations in a formal report with a cover and sheets indicating how many pages there are and the Rev level, my initials and date of each. Each calculation is also listed individually in the table of contents. I sign and date the cover sheet with my registration number, and stamp the Revision record, also with a signature attesting the stamp is mine. I don't deal with building officials, but it's good enough for the NRC.

I don't know if that'll save you any trouble, but it's a good way to maintain an audit trail of the work I submit.

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