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339583 - Special Inspection and Quality Assurance of Masonry

Friday, April 20
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Location: 202A

Masonry Inspection requirements can be traced back as far as the 1943 Uniform Building Code, but were not well defined until recently. Specification for Masonry Structures, TMS 602-16, not only contains tabled inspection requirements for three Quality Assurance Levels, but also introduces requirements for certified field testing technicians and laboratory testing technicians similar to the requirements contained in ACI 318.

This presentation will provide insight on the new requirements for masonry inspection and testing while also highlighting key aspects that structural engineers need to be aware of when preparing their quality assurance plans. Tips and suggestions on preparing special inspection and testing plans will be given to help designers appropriately specify appropriate inspections and tests for their projects.

John Chrysler

Executive Director
Masorny Institute of America

John Chrysler, PE, FTMS. John Chrysler, P.E. is the Executive Director of the Masonry Institute of America and has been a member of the masonry industry since 1968 as a contractor, licensed Civil Engineer, and Certified Structural Masonry Inspector. He is a well-known author of numerous books and articles, including the popular “Reinforced Concrete Masonry Construction Inspector’s Handbook”. Chrysler serves on numerous committees and organizations, is a past-President of The Masonry Society, and is the Chair of TMS 402/602 for the 2022 Revision Cycle. He has served on the ICC/TMS Special Masonry Special Inspector’s Examination Committee since it began.

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