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    Going to watch this thread for sure.
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    Looks great. Anywhere in Ruby Hill? I was just in CA and it reminded me of Ruby Hill

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    For those of you who have built houses this large and larger, are mechanical coordination drawings (duct, pipe, electrical) required/recommended? Or do the GCs just plan it out on a napkin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimZon View Post
    For those of you who have built houses this large and larger, are mechanical coordination drawings (duct, pipe, electrical) required/recommended? Or do the GCs just plan it out on a napkin?
    Definitely required. A large section of prints are usually dedicated to mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and civals. When you're dealing with pipes and ducts intersecting, the elevations and locations need to be planned very well out or it's a mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Number 23 View Post
    Definitely required. A large section of prints are usually dedicated to mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and civals. When you're dealing with pipes and ducts intersecting, the elevations and locations need to be planned very well out or it's a mess.
    You'd be surprised. It depends on what the city requires, and the architect. I would definitely say it should be done on a project like this.

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    We got tons of dirt coming in truck trailers that's being compacted on the side of the hill. I took some pics and vids yesterday.. I'll post them after I get back from concorso..
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyRuskie View Post
    You'd be surprised. It depends on what the city requires, and the architect. I would definitely say it should be done on a project like this.
    It's getting worse in our area. My Dad talks about 30 years ago when a builder he knew drew the plans on a 2X4 scrap and got the permit. Now it's crazy how much they require in the way of plans and info. Takes longer to plan, get the permit, pay the fees and make the city happy than it does to build anymore.

    Quote Originally Posted by ipohopper View Post
    We got tons of dirt coming in truck trailers that's being compacted on the side of the hill. I took some pics and vids yesterday.. I'll post them after I get back from concorso..
    This is my line of work, so I'm excited to see these pics.

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