I received a call from a school district we do quite a bit of work at about replacing their existing pumps within their bus yard. The pumps are dated and are in need of replacement. I've never done design/permit drawings for something like this but I am sure our firm is capable of this. This project is located in NJ and I am just wondering is it as simple as getting the cut sheet information from the pump vendor and making sure we have the correct size piping and electrical power available at each pump? Are there any special code requirements we should be concerned about? All ICC codes are very limited in terms of requirements for this type of work.
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