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I live in Dallas Tx
2 answers - Asked By: - 6/21/2012
As a building inspector
5 answers - Asked By: swld_prince - 5/27/2007
I'm studying a construction course and i have a test next week and i got a feeling that this question will come up in the test. thank you for all your answers.
1 answers - Asked By: jmoylanda - 4/28/2006
What's the difference between a building inspector and a home inspector?
2 answers - Asked By: jane e - 5/28/2010
Reasons of building illegal construction
2 answers - Asked By: - 5/23/2013
And do they ever have informants? why would someone inform on someone? and which percentage of the time do you think this happens? and do building inspectors give a reward and also keep confident w...
8 answers - Asked By: Roland Wilson - 2/8/2011
2 answers - Asked By: - 12/26/2010
State: PA. City: Scranton Building inspectors repeatedly harass property owners and force them to make renovations in their buildings. The buildings are compliant with the codes which were applicab...
5 answers - Asked By: brandlet - 11/21/2008
How do i know if I'm getting a good deal or not or how much one generally costs?
7 answers - Asked By: channy - 6/15/2007
7 answers - Asked By: daved t - 11/24/2006
Also how do i go about getting into that field of work in Colorado. Thanks! Ok, so if i would like to persue a career as a building inspector is it impossible for me because i have no knowledge of con...
5 answers - Asked By: Ash - 1/3/2008
Because it is a 6000 sq/ft building, we want to construct it in 3 phases. Phase 1: Foundation and plumbing, Phase 2: framing, siding...Phase 3: roofing electrical, and other. My question: How do I pla...
1 answers - Asked By: - 4/19/2013
What kind of an engineer would supervise and direct projects such as bridge building, road building, building towers, building windmillls in the sea, and by direct these, I mean that this engineer wou...
1 answers - Asked By: Theo29283 - 5/18/2010
I understand safety is #1 but many things really don't affect safety. 50 years ago there were no inspections and the vast majority of those homes are still occupied safely.In fact alot of the hundred ...
6 answers - Asked By: morris - 12/25/2006
I want to become a concrete inspector ,but i am afraid i will never find a job beceuse of the bad economy
5 answers - Asked By: - 5/13/2013
Just survived Hurricane Ike. However, the majority of the shingles were blown from my roof (and more than a third of the homes in my subdivision). This caused extensive water damage and the ceiling o...
1 answers - Asked By: ty - 9/15/2008
I'm a 20 year licensed contractor in Los Angeles, Ca. holding five CSLB classifications including the very prestigious A-1 Engineering class, at this point in my life I would like to end the construct...
2 answers - Asked By: APerez - 1/15/2010
Okay so im graduating in june and im going to anne arundel community college for 2 years to see if im fit for college, then hopefully transfer. I really want to major in construction management which ...
4 answers - Asked By: the Zodiac Killah - 1/27/2011
And several of the rafters do not extend much past the top plate of the wall. there are about 7-9 of them in one area that do not connect to the Soffit and Facia boards or support the roof decking. ...
4 answers - Asked By: ellisd1950 - 8/27/2006
1 answers - Asked By: humen_fly - 10/18/2007
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