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Modern Steel Construction Magazine (September 2013 Issue)

Modern Steel Construction Magazine (September 2013 Issue)

“As the construction world moves toward ever-faster schedules....” All I could think was that at some point the construction schedule will be so fast that the project has to be completed even before it begins! But the reality of the situation is fast construction schedules and the quality of design drawings are interlinked. There’s a financial incentive for owners to want buildings built as quickly as possible, which means fabrication often needs to start before the design is complete, which means drawings will often be incomplete. Truly, though, the situation is no worse than it was two decades ago.

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