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1 Inspection of Fabricators (1704.2) Furnish inspection reports ( ) - Fabricators that have not been approved Provide a Certificate of Compliance ( ) - Approved Fabricators Steel Construction ( & Table ) Material verification for high-strength bolts, nuts & washers Identification of markings to conform to ASTM material specification standards AISC 360, Section A3.3 Manufacturers certificate of compliance required Inspection of high-strength bolting Bearing type connections Slip critical connections as per AISC 360, Section M2.5: Pretensioning Turn-of-the-nut method with matchmarking techniques, direct tension indicator method or the alternate design fastener (twist-off bolt) method ( ) Pretensioning Calibrated wrench method or the turn-of-nut method without matchmarking ( ) Material verification of structural steel Identification of markings to conform to ASTM standards specified in the approved construction documents Manufacturers certified mill test reports Material verification or weld filler materials Identification of markings to conform to AWS specification in the approved construction documents Manufacturer s certificate of compliance required Welding Inspection of Structural Steel Complete and partial penetration groove welds Multipass fillet welds Single-pass fillet welds > 5/16 Single-pass fillet welds <= 5/16 Floor and roof deck welds Welding Inspection of Reinforcing Steel Verification of weldability of reinforcing steel other than ASTM A706 Reinforcing steel-resisting flexural and axial forces in intermediate and special moment frames and boundary elements of special reinforced concrete shear walls and shear reinforcement Shear Reinforcement Other reinforcing steel Inspection of steel frame joint details for compliance with approved construction documents Details such as bracing and stiffening Member locations Application of joint details at each connection 1 of 6

2 Concrete construction ( & Table 1704) Inspection of reinforcing steel, including prestressing tendons and placement Inspection of reinforcing steel welding in accordance with Table , item 5b Inspect bolts to be installed in concrete prior to and during placement of concrete where allowable loads have been increased Verifying use of required design mix At the time fresh concrete is sampled to fabricate specimens for strength tests, perform slump and air content tests, and determine the temperature of concrete Inspection of concrete and shotcrete placement for proper application techniques Inspection for maintenance of specified curing temperature and techniques Inspection of prestressing concrete: Application of prestressing forces Grouting of bonded prestressing tendons in the seismic-force-resisting system Erection of precast concrete members Verification of in-situ concrete strength, prior to stressing of tendons in posttensioned concrete and prior to removal of shores and forms from beams and structural slabs Inspect framework for shape, location and dimensions of the concrete member being formed Masonry Construction ( & Table ) Level 1 Special Inspection 1) As masonry construction begins, the following shall be verified to insure compliance: a) Proportions of site prepared mortar b) Construction of mortar joints c) Location of reinforcement, connectors, prestressing tendons and anchorages d) Prestressing technique e) Grade and size of prestressing tendons and anchorages 2) The inspection program shall verify: a) Size and location of structural elements b) Type, size and location of anchors including other details of anchorage of masonry to structural members, frames and other construction c) Specified size, grade and type of reinforcement d) Welding of reinforcement bars e) Protection of masonry during cold weather (temperature below 40 F) or hot weather (temperature above 90 F) f) Application and measurement of prestressing force 3) Prior to grouting the following shall be verified to ensure compliance: a) Grout space is clean b) Placement of reinforcement and connectors, prestressing tendons and anchorages c) Proportions of site-prepared grout and prestressing grout for bonded tendons d) Construction of mortar joints 4) Grout placement shall be verified to assure compliance with code and construction document provisions a) Grouting of prestressing bonded tendons 5) Preparation of any required grout specimens, mortar specimens and/or prisms shall be observed 6) Compliance with required inspection provisions of the construction documents and approved submittals shall be verified 2 of 6

3 Masonry Construction ( & Table ) Level 2 Special Inspection 1) From the beginning of masonry construction, the following shall be verified to ensure compliance: a) Proportions of site prepared mortar, grout and prestressing grout for bonded tendons b) Placement of masonry units and construction of mortar joints c) Placement of reinforcement, connectors, prestressing tendons and anchorages d) Grout space prior to grouting e) Placement of grout f) Placement of prestressing grout 2) The inspection program shall verify: a) Size and location of structural elements b) Type, size and location of anchors, including other details of anchorage of masonry to structural members, frames and other construction c) Specified size, grade and type of reinforcement d) Welding of reinforcement bars e) Protection of masonry during cold weather (temperature below 40 F) or hot weather (temperature above 90 F) f) Application and measurement of prestressing force 3) Preparation of any required grout specimens, mortar specimens and/or prisms shall be observed 4) Compliance with required inspection provisions of the construction documents and approved submittals shall be verified Wood construction (1704.6) High load diaphragms designed in accordance with Table During construction, the following shall be verified to ensure compliance: a) Structural panel grade & thickness b) Nominal size of framing members at adjoining panel edges c) Nail or staple diameter & length and number of fastener lines d) Spacing between fasteners and edge margins Soils ( & Table ) Verify materials below footings are adequate to achieve the design bearing capacity Verify that excavations are extended to proper depth and have reached proper material Perform classification and testing of control fill materials Verify the proper materials, densities, and lift thicknesses during placement and compaction of control fill Prior to placement of control fill, observe the subgrade and verify that the site has been prepared properly 3 of 6

4 Required verification and inspection of pile foundations (1704.8) Verify pile materials, sizes, and lengths complying with the requirements Determine capacities of test piles and conduct additional load tests as required Observe driving operations and maintain complete and accurate records of each pile Verify placement locations and plumbness, confirm type and size of hammer, record number of blows per foot of penetration, determine required penetrations to achieve design capacity, record tip and butt elevations and document any pile damage For steel piles, perform additional inspections in accordance with Section For concrete piles and concrete filled piles, perform additional inspections in accordance with Section For specialty piles perform additional inspections as determined by the registered design professional in responsible charge For augered uncased piles and caisson piles, perform inspections in accordance with Section Required verification and inspection of pier foundations (1704.9) Observe drilling operations and maintain complete and accurate records for each pier Verify placement locations and plumbness, confirm pier diameters, bell diameters (if applicable), lengths, embedment in bedrock (if applicable) and adequate end bearing strata capacity For concrete piers, perform additional inspections in accordance with Section For masonry piers, perform additional inspections in accordance with Section Sprayed fire-resistant materials( ) Structural member surface conditions ( ) Application ( ) Thickness ( ) Density ( ) Bond Strength ( ) Other inspections Mastic and intumescent fire resistive coatings( ) Exterior insulating and finished Systems (EFIS) ( ) Special Cases ( ) Special inspection for smoke control ( ) 4 of 6

5 Special inspections for seismic resistance (1707) 1) Special inspections for seismic resistance (1707.1) a) The seismic force-resistive-systems in structures assigned to Seismic Design Category C, D, E or F, as determined in Section 1613 b) Designated seismic systems in structures assigned to Seismic Design Category D, E and F c) Architectural, mechanical or electrical components in structures assigned to Seismic Design Category C, D, E or F that are required in Sections and ) Structural steel (1707.2) 3) Structural wood (1707.3) a) Required during field gluing operations of elements of the seismic-force-resisting system b) Required for nailing, bolting, anchoring and other fastening of components within the seismic-force-resisting system, including wood shear walls, wood diaphragms, drag struts, braces, shear panels and hold-downs 4) Cold formed steel framing (1707.4) a) Required during welding operations of elements of the seismic-force-resisting system b) Required for screw attachment, bolting, anchoring and other fastening components within the seismic-force-resisting system, including struts, braces and hold-downs 5) Pier Foundations (1707.5) (Special inspection is required for pier foundations for buildings assigned to Seismic Design Category C, D, E or F in accordance with section 1613) a) Required during placement of reinforcement b) Required during placement of concrete 6) Storage racks and access floors (1707.6) (In structures assigned to Seismic Design Category D, E & F) a) Required during anchorage of access floors 8 feet or greater in height b) Required during anchorage of storage racks 8 feet or greater in height 7) Architectural components (1707.7) (Required during erection and fastening of exterior cladding, interior and exterior nonbearing walls & interior and exterior veneer structures assigned to Seismic Design Category D, E or F) 8) Mechanical and electrical components (1707.8) a) During anchorage of electrical equipment for emergency or standby power systems in structures assigned to Seismic Design Category C, D, E or F b) During installation and anchorage of other electrical equipment in structures assigned to Seismic Design Category E and F c) During installation of piping systems intended to carry flammable, combustible or highly toxic contents and their associated mechanical units in structures assigned to Seismic Design Category C, D, E or F d) During installation of HVAC ductwork that will contain hazardous materials in structures assigned to Seismic Design Category C, D, E or F e) During the installation of vibration isolation systems in structures assigned to Seismic Design Category C, D, E or F where the construction documents require a nominal clearance of.25 inches or less between equipment support frame and restraint 9) Design seismic system verifications (1707.9) 10) Seismic isolation system ( ) 5 of 6

6 Structural testing for seismic resistance (1708) 1) Masonry 2) Testing for seismic resistance 3) Reinforcing and prestressing steel a) Certified mill test reports shall be provided for each shipment of reinforcing steel used to resist flexural shear and axial forces in reinforced concrete intermediate frames and boundary elements of special reinforced concrete or reinforced masonry shear walls b) Chemical tests shall be preformed to determine weldability of reinforcement steel in accordance with Section of ACI 318 where ASTM A 615 reinforcing steel is to be welded 4) Structural steel 5) Seismic qualifications of mechanical and electrical equipment 6) Seismically isolated structures Structural Observations (1709) 1) General 2) Structural observations for seismic resistance 3) Structural observations for wind requirements 1) Conformance to standards 2) New Materials Design strengths of materials (1710) Alternative test procedure (1711) Test safe load (1712) In-situ load tests (1713) Other Tests 1) General 2) Load test procedures specified 3) Load test procedures not specified 4) Wall and partition assemblies 5) Exterior window and door assemblies 6) Test specimens Preconstruction load tests (1714) Materials and test standards (1715) 1) Test standards for joist hangers and connectors 2) Concrete and clay roof tiles 6 of 6

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