Responsibilities of an Inspector
Grant Bloodgood and Lewis H. Tuthill
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Describes general principles, attitudes, and approaches appropriate for any inspector, on any size or kind of job. Place of the inspector in the con-struction engineer’s organization is discussed with emphasis on cooperation with fellow inspectors, and the inspector’s responsibility to carry out general organization policy whether it agrees with his personal judgment or not. How to maintain friendliness without familiarity keynotes section on relationship of inspector to contractor. Third section deals with direction of the activities of other inspectors.