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Fabricator . The entity that is responsible for fabricating the Structural Steel. Hazardous Materials . Components, compounds or devices that are either encountered during the performance of the contract work or incorpo- rated into it containing substances that, not withstanding the applica- tion of reasonable care, present a threat of harm to persons and/or the environment. Inspector . The Owner’s testing and inspection agency. MBMA . Metal Building Manufacturers Association. Mill Material . Steel mill products that are ordered expressly for the requirements of a specific project. Owner . The entity that is identified as such in the Contract Documents. Owner’s Designated Representative for Construction . The Owner or the entity that is responsible to the Owner for the overall construction of the project, including its planning, quality and completion. This is usu- ally the general contractor, the construction manager or similar author- ity at the job site. Owner’s Designated Representative for Design . The Owner or the entity Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION xi
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APPENDIX PAGE 36 that is responsible to the Owner for the overall structural design of the project, including the Structural Steel frame. This is usually the Structural Engineer of Record. Plans . See Design Drawings. RCSC . Research Council on Structural Connections. Released for Construction . The term that describes the status of Contract Documents that are in such a condition that the Fabricator and the Erector can rely upon them for the performance of their work, includ- ing the ordering of material and the preparation of Shop and Erection Drawings. SER . See Structural Engineer of Record. Shop Drawings . Drawings of the individual Structural Steel shipping pieces that are to be produced in the fabrication shop. SJI . Steel Joist Institute. Specifications . The portion of the Contract Documents that consists of the written requirements for materials, standards and workmanship. SSPC . SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings, which was formerly known as the Steel Structures Painting Council. Standard Structural Shapes . Hot-rolled W-, S-, M- and HP-shapes, chan- nels and angles listed in ASTM A6/A6M; structural tees split from the hot-rolled W-, S- and M- shapes listed in ASTM A6/A6M; hollow structural sections produced to ASTM A500, A501, A618 or A847; and, steel pipe produced to ASTM A53/A53M. Steel Detailer . The entity that produces the Shop and Erection Drawings. Structural Engineer of Record . The licensed professional who is responsi- ble for sealing the Contract Documents, which indicates that he or she has performed or supervised the analysis, design and document prepa- Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION xii
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PAGE 37 APPENDIX ration for the structure and has knowledge of the load-carrying struc- tural system.
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