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Plumber with a sawzall

Discussion in 'Residential Structural Codes' started by jar546, Aug 12, 2019.

  1. jar546

    jar546 *****istrator

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    This was poor planning on the framing contractor's part as he/she should have looked at the bathroom layout a little closer and offset the joists or boxed in this area.

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  2. Ty J.

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    Why plumbers do not stop and get the PM/super involved still baffles me... :mad::confused:
     
  3. mark handler

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    And the blue line (I assume PEX) prevents a second member attachment....
     
  4. Mark K

    Mark K Platinum Member

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    I have heard of projects where the plumbers and electricians were prohibited from having a chainsaw or sawzall on the project.
     
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  5. HForester

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    Yes, unfortunately common. "Think twice before cutting a structure ought to be the first rule.". NOT "S__t runs downhill" because sometimes, you have to pump it uphill.)
     
  6. ADAguy

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    Appears to be a CM/multi-prime with no super, only a paper pusher. Did the inspector accept it?
     
  7. TheCommish

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    in photo 3 a note in red was left before the plumber cut them

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  8. ADAguy

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    So "bad" and so true today; we don't need no "stinkin" inspector.
     
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