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Old 01-17-2017, 05:46 PM   #11
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Those are some fantastic BIM shots! The project looks like a two-handed job. Make sure to keep many plumbers on deck! CT-18 says it perfectly, "It will probably be closer to 2000 if you count risers and piping. 12 months + on a site." Once you're done, start building the wall.

Reminds me of a few projects my group at Plumbing Services Deerfield Beach did a few months ago. You can check out our portfolio

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Those are some fantastic BIM shots! The project looks like a two-handed job. Make sure to keep many plumbers on deck! CT-18 says it perfectly, "It will probably be closer to 2000 if you count risers and piping. 12 months + on a site." Once you're done, start building the wall.

Reminds me of a few projects my group at Plumbing Services Deerfield Beach did a few months ago. You can check out our portfolio

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Side-stream filtration and chillers not playing well together.
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So you are drawing my new plant? warren truck or sterling? I am out of 98 and Plumbers weld the gas pipe round these parts-not fitters. I have been at JNAP for 23 yrs. Let me guess -metro piping?
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Its Sterling Heights. I am with Progressive. I am out of 98 but have been in design since 2005. Limbach pulled me from the field and sent me to a 2 day CAD class. The following Monday i was drawing MGM,trial by fire.
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I worked in Chicago for 2 years and the fitters do natural gas and med gas. That took a little bit to get used to. I was doing the drawings for the fitters at the company i worked at.
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Take some pictures love this kind of work. It would be good for the sight.
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I welded pipe as a union sub-contractor in the 90's and gas lines was the extent of our welding.Got a couple other types but few. I am considering doing it again if work continues to improve. AWS CWI as well. Remember getting "challenged working for York at Dow in Midland- Guy walks up-claims steward- prob fitter-"you certified?" -"si"- let me see your certs"- you got a pen? -why?- I need to write myself a cert"- he walked away scratching his head-York paid slow too.
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