C J LAWLER ASSOC

(860) 233-8526
7 S MAIN ST # 2, West Hartford, CT 06107

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Project: Analyze a Structural Issue (Structural Engineer)
Location: Naugatuck, CT
Date: 12/17/2014
Need for Engineer: Determine load bearing walls
Need for Engineer: Inspect repairs during and after work
What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
Desired Completion Date: More than 2 weeks
Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
Comment: Old 3 story brick building of 16 units a first floor unit kitchen and bathroom floors are sagging

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Project: Draftsperson or CADD Expert (Non-Designer)
Location: Danbury, CT
Date: 12/17/2014
Type of Project: Home remodel
Design Preparation: Blueprints that need alteration
Design Preparation: Cutouts/photos
Design Preparation: Other
Design Preparation: Permits pulled
Design Preparation: Purchased plans that need modification
Design Preparation: Sketches
Neighborhood covenants: Yes
Other Issues: Don't Know
Other Issues: Other
Comment: adding more space

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Project: Analyze a Structural Issue (Structural Engineer)
Location: New Britain, CT
Date: 12/17/2014
Architectural drawings: No
Need for Engineer: Sizing of interior supports
Wall Construction Type: Framing not involved in project
Type of Project: Structural repair on existing structure
Type of Engineer: Structural
What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
Desired Completion Date: Within 1 week
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Property Owner: Yes
Comment: add 13' sections of micro lam support beam on lower leve of multi story building

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Project: Analyze a Structural Issue (Structural Engineer)
Location: Milford, CT
Date: 12/17/2014
Architectural drawings: Yes
Need for Engineer: Stamped drawings for building department approval
Wall Construction Type: Wood frame
Type of Project: Remodel
Type of Engineer: Structural
What kind of location is this?: Business
Desired Completion Date: Within 1 week
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Property Owner: Yes

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Project: Analyze a Structural Issue (Structural Engineer)
Location: Avon, CT
Date: 12/16/2014
Architectural drawings: No
Need for Engineer: Design appropriate structural repair(s)
Need for Engineer: Stamped drawings for building department approval
Wall Construction Type: Wood frame
Type of Project: Structural repair on existing structure
Type of Engineer: Structural
What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
Desired Completion Date: Within 1 week
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Property Owner: Yes
Comment: PROBLEM: - AT SOME POINT IN TIME, A WOOD ROOF TRUSS WITH METAL SIDE PLATES HAD BEEN MODIFIED TO ALLOW FOR AN ACCESS HATCH TO THE ATTIC AREA. SEVERAL TRUSS MEMBERS HAD BEEN ALTERED FOR THE HATCH ACCESS. A 2X6 DIAGONAL MEMBER HAS BEEN REMOVED AS CAN BEEN SEEN FROM THE BENT NAILS AT THE TOP OF THE TRUSS WHERE THE METAL SIDE PLATES ARE. THE BOTTOM TENSION CHORD HAS BEEN CUT FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE HATCH AND ANOTHER 2X4 TRUSS CHORD THAT IS A FEW FEET ABOVE THE BOTTOM CHORD HAS ALSO BEEN CUT ON BOTH SIDES OF THE HATCH. IT IS THE ENGINEER'S OPINION THAT THE TRUSS ALTERATIONS WERE MADE WITHOUT CONSIDERATION OF ITS PROPER FUNCTION. THE TRUSS, AS ALTERED, WOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED FUNCTIONAL IN SUPPORTING THE ROOF AND ATTIC LOADS THAT IT WAS ORIGINALLY DESIGNED FOR. THE ROOF HAS FUNCTIONED DUE TO THE ADJACENT ROOF TRUSSES SHARING THE LOAD FROM THE DEFECTIVE TRUSS. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A LICENSED STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FROM A LOCAL WOOD TRUSS MANUFACTURER EVALUATE THE EXISTING TRUSS