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Plan Review Using Bluebeam with Studio Sessions

Discussion in 'Plan Review Topics' started by jar546, Jan 29, 2020.

  1. mark handler

    mark handler Sawhorse

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    when I have time
    thanks
     
  2. ADAguy

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    dragged into it kicking and screaming! Takes some adjusting too but it comes with time and patience. As with the virus, it is now here and isn't going away.
    You will need multiple large screens, laptops are too small.
     
  3. jar546

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    I am calling out again to those that have the ability to upload PDF documents for plan review of the electrical discipline. Contact me direct for rates. Fast turn around time, thorough and professional plan review services available. See the original post for information on qualifications and experience.
     
  4. Ty J.

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    Sorry JAR, but in WA, the State maintains jurisdiction..... which is a joke, because they do not require drawings for residential construction.
     
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    I have a new 16,000 sq. ft. SFR on the ocean in a 170mph Exposure D wind zone with a 1200A electrical service. I guess in WA they think one size fits all? Sorry to hear that. There is always commercial plan review though.
     
  6. Ty J.

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    In my experience, WA is way behind the curve on electrical due to the separation of disciplines across multiple AHJ. State will let the local AHJ take over electrical, but its an uphill battle because of the "freedom" that the state provides to the contractors.
     
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    I hear you and you can't win them all. In this area I have SFRs with services ranging from 200-1200A, generators with multiple service rated ATS's, elevators and upwards of 6-8 LCPs along with a multitude of other items such as boat lifts, etc. They are not your average SFRs.
     

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