This recorded webinar from September 1, 2015 covers the ACI 132R-14, “Guide for Responsibility in Concrete Construction,” the only guide to responsibilities that is specific to the concrete industry. The roles of the parties involved in construction projects often can be confusing. It is important that the responsibilities of each party are clear, coordinated, and consistent. This guide suggests the allocation of responsibilities amongst the owner, the licensed design professional, the general contractor, the subcontractor(s), specialty engineer(s), concrete material supplier, the testing/inspection agency, the construction manager, and more.
Table of Contents
1. Recognize the responsibilities of the licensed design professional.
2. Identify the responsibilities of the contractor.
3. Explain the responsibilities of the owner.
4. Describe the responsibilities of the testing/inspection agency.
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