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Lapeyre Stairs Submittal question

Lapeyre Stairs Submittal question

Lapeyre Stairs Submittal question


I got shop drawings subimttal for the Lapeyre stairs attached with the original specs as providing the stair manufacturers, specs, material.
The drawings it self is correct but they did not attach the manufacture, quantities, or any specs for the material the chose.
They mentioned in the section that it will be aluminum and powder coat as prime. For me I find that I should revise it until we got all info for the supplier and ALU specs.
My colleague said we are reviewing now the SD, later the contractor may send the other specs when the SD get approved.

Please advice,
If we approve it as the contractor said it will be aluminum that means he already knows and chose the material and supplier and may proceed on that and may not acceptable?
I am right or wrong?
Thanak you.

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