Jim Viviano of 5G Studio takes us through all phases of Gateway Center II. He’ll talk about the structural system and materials used, as well as MEP and budgeting considerations. Additionally he will show an example of a RFI, and discuss submittals and revisions.
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And one of the things that we do that these are on show, is that we'll develop details, we'll develop wall sections based on what we believe to be true with the structural design or the mechanical design, plumbing design or whatever, and then we send those drawings to our consultants and then we'll have reviews with them where they'll review our drawings, we'll review theirs and we'll kind of eventually meet in the middle somewhere, where their information and our information starts to get developed and turn into what is really the final construction documents of the project. That process usually starts where we start sharing documents and start talking about all of those systems and the design development phase, and then it really goes through design development and then really heavy into the construction document phase where all of those details are really developed fully to the point where the project can be permitted and then built from those drawings and this shows a lot of the red lines here are from our structural engineer where they were looking at our details, they marked them up because of the way they wanted to see it get built and then we came back and then we modified our details to reflect their comments. And we do that with our water-proofing consultants also, where they'll look at our, a whole set of documents and they'll say, you need to make sure that your water-proofing is going full-wall here, terminates here, and things like that, they'll mark up the drawings, they'll send 'em to us and then we'll incorporate their comments into our drawings.
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5G STUDIO - GATEWAY CENTER II