I found this group through research for help. We purchased a commercial building that we are in the process of remodeling. The original structural engineer provided plans for the roofing company to do repairs and roof replacement. Now that we are removing old insulation, we are seeing the repairs that were made. Some of these (picture attached) seem to be off. I'm not sure the support they are providing. Is anyone able to give us some I insight as to if this was an acceptable repair? Is this something we should raise a hand about? Thanks in advance!
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