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  1. Working with consultants and writing RFIs

    Quote Originally Posted by ketanco View Post
    You need to have a working relationship with your structural engineer and architect when building your project. In almost all specifications, it is stated that the consultants have 15 days to answer an RFI or process a submittal, but in reality it can never work this way. This is construction, somethings can not wait but problems will occur at the same time for sure. No drawings, I mean none of them will ever be complete, so you will encounter problems when building your job. When this happens,
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  2. Location of installed piles

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    In one of our jobs we had timber piles and the subcontractor drove piles and finished. It was very important to call the surveyor to check the pile locations before the pile sub went away with his piling rig so we did. The surveyor came and checked the locations of the piles. And found that several piles are off from its required locations by more than 6”. 2 of them were off by about more than 1’. Naturally I called the pile subcontractor and told him that he needs to drive these piles again. But
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  3. Purchasing materials yourself vs ordering through your installer

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    In some cases it is better to have an installer only and purchase the materials yourself but you need to absolutely make sure that you really can get a better deal this way. In most cases you can not. In one of the companies I worked for before, the bosses were so nickeling and diming everything that they decided to hire installers for the brick work and wanted to get the brick material by themselves. This caused them more money because they estimated the wrong quantity, they had problems with the
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  4. Sample schedule for bathroom or restroom renovation

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    A typical schedule for a bathroom or restroom renovation project might be as follows:

    Patch existing floor to accept new flooring 3d
    Infill slab at removed toilet waste and supply plumbing 1d
    Infill slab at shower floor 1d
    Install plumbing drains 1d
    Reglaze windows with double glazing 2d
    Repair damaged partitions due to tile removal 3d
    Install metal studs for gypsum board ceiling at shower 1d
    Install gypboard at shower ceiling 1d
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  5. Pouring concrete foundation of big structures

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    For pouring foundation concrete of large structures such as chimneys, you need to have a plan which is approved by a structural engineer as far as how and in what sequence you will pour the concrete. For example, before pouring the foundation concrete of 400 feet chimneys at an industrial power plant, we needed to decide how to pour the concrete, where to stop the pour and start again etc… The foundation was circular shape and very, very big in diameter which I don’t recall right now and about 3meters
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