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Special Conditions we all know so well

Special Conditions we all know so well

Special Conditions we all know so well

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RE: Special Conditions we all know so well

Standard snarkitecht specification, thanks for the chuckle. :)

Professional Engineer (ME, NH, MA) Structural Engineer (IL)
American Concrete Industries

RE: Special Conditions we all know so well

I remember seeing a similar one for engineers and contractors long ago, referencing the "spesserfactions".

RE: Special Conditions we all know so well

I need to slap whoever wrote that.

Just giving the snarchitects more ideas.

RE: Special Conditions we all know so well

This is a reprint from MADD Magazine, right? thumbsdown

Mike McCann, PE, SE (WA)

RE: Special Conditions we all know so well

Mike....MADD is "Moronic Architects Deserve Dis"

JAE....make this into a ring tone and give it to your son!

RE: Special Conditions we all know so well

RE: Special Conditions we all know so well

When I start up a project, I politely inform the architect that I intend not to be playing "Where's Waldo" when he/she send new drawings over. When I make structural changes, which I know will affect architectural features, I give a written overview of my changes when issuing progress plans. I expect the same in return. How often do I get it? 10% of the time due to Special Condition #5. Grrrrrrrr

"It is imperative Cunth doesn't get his hands on those codes."

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