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Deferred Submittals - Who is Responsible and When?

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Description

Deferred Submittals are engineered designs (and documents) involving more than one professional engineer; engineer in responsible charge (EOR) and specialty engineer in responsible charge(SEOR)and of such, proper coordination as well as correct sequence of involvement is critical to a successful outcome. This applies to all stakeholders, especially building officials. For example, when the EOR and SEOR consider standard of care (i.e., standards of practice) in a respective state, they may or may not be in conflict with each other. Building Officials may have adopted review practices that conflict with both the EOR and SEOR’s professional responsibility.

Contributors

  • Dean Brown

    Dean Brown, has a B.S.C.E. (structural emphasis) from Texas Tech University and an M.S.C.E. (structural emphasis) from Missouri University of Science & Technology, M.B.A. from Centenary College of Louisiana. He is employed with Lauren Engineering and Constructors in Dallas, TX and is a Registered Structural Engineer in the state of Utah and Professional Engineer in the state of Texas. Through his 30 year career, his time has been mostly spent in structural engineering design (commercial, residential, and heavy industrial), but has also been involved with construction management (i.e., estimating, project engineering, superintending) for either a general contractor or construction management (agent). He has also spent time as technical director for a structural masonry manufacturer.

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November 3, 2016
Thu 12:00 PM CDT

Duration 1H 30M

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