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CONSTRUCTION SEMINAR. 2006. Title 28 Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Effective October 1, 2004. Team to look at NDAC Title 28 – New rules. Ron Henke Roger Weigel Clayton Schumaker Larry Schwartz Robert Rayhorn Ron Blaufuss Jane Berger Phil Murdoff Paul Seado.

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Construction seminar

CONSTRUCTION SEMINAR

2006


Title 28 professional engineers and land surveyors

Title 28Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors

Effective October 1, 2004


Team to look at ndac title 28 new rules

Team to look at NDAC Title 28 – New rules

  • Ron Henke

  • Roger Weigel

  • Clayton Schumaker

  • Larry Schwartz

  • Robert Rayhorn

  • Ron Blaufuss

  • Jane Berger

  • Phil Murdoff

  • Paul Seado


Team recommendations

TEAM RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Engineering work products recommended to be stamped.

    • Traffic Operation Reports/Studies

    • Safety Reviews

    • Bridge Preliminary Concept Inputs

    • HBP Mix Recommendations

    • Project Concept Reports/Addendums

    • Environmental Assessments

    • Environmental Impact Statements


Team recommendations continued

TEAM RECOMMENDATIONS (Continued)

  • Engineering work products recommended to be stamped.

    • Hydraulic Analysis

    • Linear Soils Survey Recommendations

    • Bridge Soil Boring Recommendations

    • Design Exceptions/Decision Documents

    • Bridge Design Plans

    • Roadway Design Plans


Team recommendations continued1

TEAM RECOMMENDATIONS (Continued)

  • Engineering work products recommended to be stamped.

    • Surface Thickness Recommendations

    • Standard Drawings

    • Standard/Supplemental Specs

    • Change Orders (when required)

      • See Web Site. When in doubt call the Registrant.

    • Shop Drawings (when required)

      • Only those drawings for which the Contractor has to do engineering calculations i.e. light and signal standards.

    • Special Provisions (when required)

    • Plats (by Registered Land Surveyor)


Team recommendations continued2

TEAM RECOMMENDATIONS (Continued)

  • That the following changes be made immediately.

    • That any engineering work products not finalized prior to December 1, 2004 will be stamped.

    • Seal each sheet of plans except, Cross-Sections, Table of Contents, Pit plats, Quantity sheets, and Haul Road Restrictions. That each section of plans is stamped by designer or direct supervisor and that the Assistant/Program Manager stamp title sheet as coordinator.


Team recommendations continued3

TEAM RECOMMENDATIONS (Continued)

  • That the following changes be made immediately.

    • That each district have one PE (preferable two) who will need to be in “direct supervision” of construction oversight.

    • That the original engineering work product(s) will be paper and stored as the original, until archived, than the archived version is the original and the paper can be destroyed.


Team recommendations continued4

TEAM RECOMMENDATIONS (Continued)

  • That the following changes be made immediately.

    • Electronic seals may be used on plans only. All other engineering work products, which are sealed, will be a rubber or crimp stamp.

      • The rules state that electronic seals may not be used in any document that is being transmitted in an editable digital format. Using the rubber or crimp stamp gives us the ability to store many documents in Filenet and transmit them electronically.


Team recommendations continued5

TEAM RECOMMENDATIONS (Continued)

  • That the following changes be made immediately.

    • That the direct supervisor or person in responsible charge developing the engineering work product(s) must be registered.


Team recommendations continued6

TEAM RECOMMENDATIONS (Continued)

  • That the following changes be made immediately.

    • That all changes will be made by a registered engineer.

      • Those changes that change the functional design requirements will be stamped, by the original stampee or that person assigned by the NDDOT when original stamper is “not able”

      • That construction phase revisions (changes) made to the plans that do not change the functional design requirements, will be stamped by a duly registered individual who is in direct supervision or in responsible charge.

      • Those changes that do not change the plans or do not change the functional design requirements will not be stamped. (i.e. time extensions, etc.)


Team recommendations continued7

TEAM RECOMMENDATIONS (Continued)

  • That the following changes be made immediately.

    • The standard details that are continuously used in our plans be made standard drawings wherever practical.


Title 28 web site

Title 28 – Web Site

  • http://www.legis.nd.gov/information/acdata/html/title 28. html

Change Order Process – Web Site

  • http://www.state.nd.us/dot/docs/changeorderprocess_pe_ad.pdf


Questions and comments

QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS!!!!!


Technology leap

TECHNOLOGY LEAP

Technology Leap

Knowledge

Time


Black box syndrome

BLACK BOX SYNDROME

  • What is the “Black Box Syndrome?”

  • Bad data in, yields bad information out.

  • Information needs to be reviewed to make sure information is correct.

  • Some information needs to be studied visually (Plots of Plan View and Cross Sections)


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