Do you know how to efficiently integrate a high-caliber structural steel inspection group into the construction of your next vertical structure or stadium? Special inspectors who maintain ICC certification in areas such as structural steel, welding, bolting, and fireproofing are a trove of information and, if well integrated into your project team, can help save time when questions arise during construction or spot issues that would affect the performance or safety of a structure.
Watch as our best-in-class structural steel inspectors, Pat LaPlante, ICC-certified inspector and ASNT NDT Level-II and Taylor Carlson, ICC-certified inspector and ASNT NDT Level-II, whose experience includes US Bank Stadium and other major structures across the country, share their expertise on the structural steel inspections process and how your project team can best leverage an inspector’s expertise whether you’re the structural engineer of record, an architect, contractor or a fabrication shop manager.
Learn more about:
- The role of an inspection group in the erection of vertical steel structures
- Communication best practices for inspectors with project partners
- Relationship expectations you should have for your next inspector
- Elements of a complete inspection and proper project documentation
- Real life project examples
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Meet the Speakers
ASNT NDT Level-II
Based in our Minneapolis office, Taylor is a AWS Certified Welding Inspector and IBC Special Inspector for structural steel and high strength bolting. He brings 21 years of experience as a field technician and project coordinator. Taylor is responsible for project communication with inspectors, vendors, owners, structural engineers, architects and project managers along with performing day to day inspections in fabrication shops and in the field, and is aware of production scheduling, deadlines and safety meetings.
ASNT NDT Level-II
Pat is from our Minneapolis office and has more than 31 years of experience. He performs nondestructive testing services on various components in the field and laboratory. These duties include structural steel inspections, welding, cold form metal framing, observations for compliance to approved drawings, bolting, shear studs, metal deck welding, mechanical fasteners, fireproofing. He is responsible for communicating with many different structural engineers and representatives to relay information. Pat has worked on several major projects including the US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN and the Texas Rangers Stadium in Arlington, TX.
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