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loose material lists for ti jobs

loose material lists for ti jobs

loose material lists for ti jobs

(OP)
do you guys make loose material lists for TI jobs or is my company fucking with me?

RE: loose material lists for ti jobs

The shop has to know what they are supposed to send to the job. When I worked in a contractor's office, the TI material lists included heads, RC's, 90's, hanger rings, rods, hanger attachment (beam clamp, Tolco 58 or sammy), approximation of bulk 1", and anything else job specific. We would even indicate if they needed something more than an 8' ladder.

Why wouldn't you provide this list for your projects for the company you work for?

Travis Mack
MFP Design, LLC
www.mfpdesign.com
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RE: loose material lists for ti jobs

We do inspection and repair, no installs. I look at the job and make a material list, and a tool list.
I hate having to make 2 trips to the job!

RE: loose material lists for ti jobs

(OP)
because there have been jobs where I didn't provide a list and it was no problem to never be heard of again, lol. you never know when you work for the fire department

I guess that makes sense travis thanks.

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