Recently I was drilled by an architect because our firm's shop drawing stamp did not have an option for "Approved". Our options are: "Reviewed - Exceptions Noted" and "Reviewed - Resubmitt". I do understand why we use the word "Reviewed" instead of "Approved", but this was the first time I was questioned about it. I was a bit surprised.
I am curious to know the shop drawing procedures for other firms. Do you stamp and initial every sheet of the structural steel submittals, for example?
Thanks again, Claire
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