June 9 - June 13, 2014

What should a builder do if he or she encounters design or specification issues that may affect a building’s integrity or performance?


Answers Votes
If the issue could affect safety, document it and halt work until it is resolved. 72%
Document the issue in writing for the project manager, and keep working. 28%
Nothing; these are not the builder’s responsibility. 0%
Verbally alert the project manager, and keep working. 0%


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Tagged categories: Building design; Construction; Good Technical Practice; Health and safety
 
 
 

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