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Steel Erection Checklist

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Are the drawings stamped by a Professional Engineer Licensed in the State of CT?Date: Drawings Prepared by: Author: Phone No.: Comments Does the plan show all permanent and temporary

Does the plan show all permanent and temporary structures?(i.e. railroad tracks, road, navigable waterway, etc.)by a Professional Engineer Licensed in the State of CT? Can the erection sequence take place

Can the erection sequence take place with in a reasonable time frame, in accordance with any limits of operations set forth in the contract? If not, are temporary supports adequate?railroad tracks, road, navigable waterway, etc.) Are the crane locations depicted? Delivery locations of

Are the crane locations depicted?in the contract? If not, are temporary supports adequate? Delivery locations of members noted. Member marks

Delivery locations of members noted.supports adequate? Are the crane locations depicted? Member marks should be the same as shop drawings,

Member marks should be the same as shop drawings, if not, is a key provided?locations depicted? Delivery locations of members noted. Is there an erection sequence? Are temporary support

Is there an erection sequence?be the same as shop drawings, if not, is a key provided? Are temporary support conditions

Are temporary support conditions clear, such as holding crane locations, strongbacks, including bolted and welded connections, etc?if not, is a key provided? Is there an erection sequence? Are rigging requirements suggested, does

Are rigging requirements suggested, does it show the Center of gravity for the members?strongbacks, including bolted and welded connections, etc? Capacity charts for cranes, including maximum radii allowed,

Capacity charts for cranes, including maximum radii allowed, and boom length are vital.does it show the Center of gravity for the members? Handling procedure for any member that

Handling procedure for any member that has a lifted length divided by width (L/b) greater than 85.including maximum radii allowed, and boom length are vital. Any blocking requirement for bridge bearings? Splicing

Any blocking requirement for bridge bearings?has a lifted length divided by width (L/b) greater than 85. Splicing requirements, are they realistic?

Splicing requirements, are they realistic?than 85. Any blocking requirement for bridge bearings? Steel Erection over Railroad Railroad has reviewed and

Steel Erection over Railroad

Railroad has reviewed and approved Contractor-shop drawings and erection plans?are they realistic? Steel Erection over Railroad Latest crane inspection included? Are the applicable safety

Latest crane inspection included?and approved Contractor-shop drawings and erection plans? Are the applicable safety factors included? Can the

Are the applicable safety factors included?and erection plans? Latest crane inspection included? Can the installation anticipated take place within the

Can the installation anticipated take place within the appropriate time frame for track and/or electrical outages? If not, temporary bracing adequate?included? Are the applicable safety factors included? Steel Erection on Navigatable Waterways Configuration of the

Steel Erection on Navigatable Waterways

Configuration of the barges included, loading sequence, stability provisions?bracing adequate? Steel Erection on Navigatable Waterways Anticipated locating of barge during erection sequence

Anticipated locating of barge during erection sequence included?the barges included, loading sequence, stability provisions? Calculations Design calculation should indicate load

Calculations

Design calculation should indicate load capacity and verify stability of members, temporary supports, and cranes for each pick(Hybrid members, tall webs-thin flanges are problematic).of barge during erection sequence included? Calculations Calculations should include structural adequacy and

Calculations should include structural adequacy and stability for each step of bridge assembly.members, tall webs-thin flanges are problematic). If contractor fabricated erection rigging is used, such as

If contractor fabricated erection rigging is used, such as lift beams, spreader beams, clamps, calculations should be included for each element anticipated.adequacy and stability for each step of bridge assembly. Pre-engineered devices such as clams, manufacturers

Pre-engineered devices such as clams, manufacturers certification or catalog cuts are adequate.should be included for each element anticipated. Coordination Has a meeting taken place with all

Coordination

Has a meeting taken place with all stakeholders?certification or catalog cuts are adequate. Coordination Do other agencies have to review and comment on

Do other agencies have to review and comment on the plan (Railroad, USCG, harbor master, local traffic engineer, Designer,etc.)Has a meeting taken place with all stakeholders? Do any other activities have to be coordinated

Do any other activities have to be coordinated with the steel erection? Setting forms, bearings installation?USCG, harbor master, local traffic engineer, Designer,etc.) Review bearing installation temperature restrictions, is

Review bearing installation temperature restrictions, is there a corrective procedure, if the steel erection takes place outside of these contract requirement?the steel erection? Setting forms, bearings installation? Coordination with the Rocky Hill lab on steel member

Coordination with the Rocky Hill lab on steel member testing or welding card inspection/testing.erection takes place outside of these contract requirement? This checklist is intended as an aid for

This checklist is intended as an aid for inspectors and is not a required project document. All action items on this list may not be applicable to individual projects but should be contemplated prior to work being done.

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Steel Erection Checklist

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Pre-engineered devices such as clams, manufacturers certification or catalog cuts are adequate.Revision Date: Prepared by: Author: Phone No.: Comments Field Inspection Check all personnel certifications - crane

Field Inspection

Check all personnel certifications - crane operator, welders, etc.certification or catalog cuts are adequate. Field Inspection Check all equipment certifications - cranes Check fall

Check all equipment certifications - cranesall personnel certifications - crane operator, welders, etc. Check fall protection requirements and installation Check

Check fall protection requirements and installationwelders, etc. Check all equipment certifications - cranes Check crane position, should be painted right on

Check crane position, should be painted right on road or mats.- cranes Check fall protection requirements and installation Check crane radii Check temporary supports against

Check crane radiicrane position, should be painted right on road or mats. Check temporary supports against installation procedure

Check temporary supports against installation procedureshould be painted right on road or mats. Check crane radii Check bolts and pins, is

Check bolts and pins, is the minimum installed?Check temporary supports against installation procedure Monitor bolt installation procedure Check field weld size,

Monitor bolt installation procedureprocedure Check bolts and pins, is the minimum installed? Check field weld size, geometry, etc. Check

Check field weld size, geometry, etc.the minimum installed? Monitor bolt installation procedure Check bearing alignment/adjustment Field reeming of bolt

Check bearing alignment/adjustmentinstallation procedure Check field weld size, geometry, etc. Field reeming of bolt holes are not allowed

Field reeming of bolt holes are not allowed unless approved by the Engineer. (Anything greater then 10% of the connection should be addressed by the Engineer of record)weld size, geometry, etc. Check bearing alignment/adjustment This checklist is intended as an aid for inspectors

This checklist is intended as an aid for inspectors and is not a required project document. All action items on this list may not be applicable to individual projects but should be contemplated prior to work being done.

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