I've been designing a typical deck for the various systems on a Hotel. You need two inch spacing between conduits , and 2" min. away from the post tension cables.Where's the Ragu, parmesan cheese and garlic bread....? :lol:
Were they getting ready to pour concrete over the whole mess?I was on a jobsite today and the General forward this from another project he's on.
This should make Mike Holt's, :"Electrical that's probably not approved"
Needless to say, the threshold inspector made the contractor remove all of it!
Check out the Post Tension cables and how they secured to them!
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I've been designing a typical deck for the various systems on a Hotel. You need two inch spacing between conduits , and 2" min. away from the post tension cables.
I was worried what my design looked like since the Electric room is small. After seeing this, I feel I might better... You will notice, I can only cross another conduit one time before it will not be approved
In the end, the drawing will have to go to a structural engineer to be approved before we can install. How these guys almost got away with this is incredible. I'm wondering if they could get the wire in based on all the bends ...
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They were not getting ready to pour, not with all those wood reals on the deck. Never mind the electrical inspection, no concrete foreman would start a pour with all that trash in the way.The guy that sent this to me said the threshold inspector came on the deck and stopped the pour. You can see they already had the concrete pumper on the deck...
Ever been on a deck before? I have. You don't pour the entire floor in seconds. I guarantee the guy couldn't get the crane to get the crap off the deck. So, move ahead of the pour and get it down to the floor below as the pour doesnt stop... Worked on those decks too long not to remember the drill.They were not getting ready to pour, not with all those wood reals on the deck. Never mind the electrical inspection, no concrete foreman would start a pour with all that trash in the way.
Yes, It's Nashville. I spoke with the guy that sent me the picture.This looks like Nashville based upon the Sheraton and the construction project would be what appears to be at 5th Ave S. and Broadway. Streetview has construction photos in it from May.