I would like to jump into the tilt - up area, but my knowledge is very limit. I am a young structural engineer, and I have designed the panel in its final condition. Should I design the lifting point and anchor, etc. Or I can just pass to the Anchor supply company, or pass to the builder. Because this is my first tilt-up design, so I don't know what is my responsibility. Should I organised all the party's involved (crane supply, anchor supply, builder, etc) before my further design. Or should I just finish the design of the final condition. Then don't need to worry what method they are going to put it up. Is there any efficient way to manage a tilt-up design from begining to end?
If a 3m height and 6m width panel only design for cladding, is it 120mm thickness with SL92 is fair enought, or should I still go 150mm for lifting purpose without strongback.
Your story will be helpful.