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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig in Denver View Post
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    Great post and pictures! Scary thing is that there are probably hundreds if not thousands of bridges in the USA that need at least this much work done on them.
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    They scary thing is actaully when the inspector told me when crossing a bridge its probably best just to speed up and keep going than to slow down and enjoy the scenery...
    He said theres lots of bridges that need little minor repairs but like every government thing theres only soo much budget to get things done per year.

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    -10c eh? Not cold enough to freeze the nuts off a bridge as the saying goes. Nice job there buddy but if you don't mind me asking, did Q.C. not say anything about leaving a crater at the end of your fillet weld? Usually they want you to stop about two inches from the end and restart at the end to tie into where you left off, therefore eliminating any crater cracks from developing. Know what I mean?

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    Nice work swamp donkey. I don't see how you guys get much work done when its that cold outside. Down here in Mississippi if it gets down to the mid-twenties you can forget about getting anything done outside. I'm impressed, keep up the good work, Adam
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    Cornerstone... im not quite 100% sure by what you mean but im all ears and willing to learn. My supervisor and the inspector said the welds were good so that was that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamp donkey View Post
    Cornerstone... im not quite 100% sure by what you mean but im all ears and willing to learn. My supervisor and the inspector said the welds were good so that was that.
    Swamp donkey, check your PM's.

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    any structual i weld i weld form the corners in. especially on something like a bridge.
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