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List members:

A client of mine is looking at doing at large hospital project in California.

A questione cam up regarding the seismic design of the building.

What he was told is that for "essential facilities" even though permit and
approval has been granted, the State Hospital Board can come back at any
time, review the structural design and direct the owner and SEOR to
upgrade the seismic design even during construction.

Question: Is this true and if so, is it possible to submit to this board
in advance and get their approval early so that if true, this retro
situation cannot occur?


DLF


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