Post-tensioning is an exciting and challenging field. Although efforts are being made to standardize specifications at this time they vary wildly between jurisdictions and projects. Specifications often times are written by people with little experience and may contain requirements that are not appropriate for the project or just plain outdated, which can restrict the process. Suppliers try to add on extra items that are not needed, which results in wasted materials. Inexperience can result in strategies that have unintended consequences.
Wouldn’t it help to get another head in the process?
To change wrong plan details, address out-of-date or nonsensical specs and try to get new specs adopted. To get in on the process early and spot potential problems or propose changes that will save money and avoid future issues. To talk to like an insider and have credibility as a specialist. Once the plans are in place, we can look at the overall build schedule sequence for how things need to happen to be most efficient for project.