|Posted by Bud...Suncoast Plumbing Inc. on September 29, 1998 at 21:31:39:|
|In response to Re: post tension slab and plumbing|
Denise:---You have a very valid point. Take pictures of the work in progress (document the findings) talk with the Architect and get a letter from him/her that all is well in your apartment before the job is completed. After all it is your hard earned money that is on the barrel head.
Years ago while working on a Condo project,an Air Conditioning Contractor decided to cut some additional holes in a Houdaille slab on the 10th or 11th floor.(Houdaille slabs are pre-stressed at a concrete fabrication site and trucked to the job in 40' X 48" sections, and lifted into place by crane.)
It was a disaster for the Bonding Company that covered the Contractor. The job was shut down for over a month while the engineers and Architechts made the required changes and reinforcing.
It's probably no "Biggie", but it is your "Home Sweet Home". Lots of luck....Bud..
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