Structural / Architectural Coordination Checklist – Secondary Element Design {SEU Resource Center}

Do you have a project that requires fall protection?  Are you coordinating with architects to design loose lintels, a canopy, or other types of secondary elements?

SE University is pleased to announce that the Secondary Element Design section of our Structural / Architectural Coordination Checklist is now available. This Coordination Checklist aims to assist in organizing the large information exchange between architects and structural engineers. Items on this Checklist are intended to be questions to pose to architects and key points to consider when reviewing architectural drawings or models during the schematic and design phases of a project.

The second part of the checklist focuses on secondary element design including, but not limited to, the design of loose lintels, fall protection, and canopies. See the related blog post for our first checklist on Exterior Wall Design.

Future sections of the checklist will include:

  • Architectural Plans and Sections
  • Architectural General Notes

SE University subscribers can visit their SEU Resource Center Account and download the Structural / Architectural Coordination Checklist (includes Exterior Wall Design and Secondary Element Design) from the Innovation Hub.

If you are not an SE University subscriber, the first 25 people to email Brian Quinn will receive a copy of the Structural/Architectural Coordination Checklist – Secondary Element Design at no charge.

SE Solutions would like to extend a thank you to Trina Agnello, PE, from Fitzpatrick Engineering Group for her contributions to the Checklist.


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