Contributing factors include: 1) the lack of sufficient guying and bracing; 2) lack of clear regulatory responsibility; 3) other trades on the jobsite prematurely removing column support guys to install formwork; and, 4) Accelerated pour schedules and fast track formwork. Lack of fall protection and inadequate use of fall arrest equipment. Contributing factors: 1) lack of training; 2) unprotected side or edge; and, 3) More than 15 ft above lower level. Falls during installation of floor and roof deckinghigh elevations Contributing factors include 1) a false sense of security; 2) confusion regarding fall protection requirements for connectors; 3) installation of floors and roof; 4) reinforcing steel; and, 5) inadequate use of positioning device and fall arrest equipment. Material handling injuries during steel erection and reinforcing steel activities. Contributing factors: 1) failure to adequately secure the joist ends; 2) inadequately secured landing bundles; and, 3) open web steel joists are not adequately secured prior to landing deck bundles, bridging bundles, or other construction materials. Column collapse due to anchor bolt failure and/or insufficient concrete strength. Contributing factors: 1) Use of (4) Anchor Bolts minimum; 2) No Notification of Concrete Strength Prior to Steel Erection (75% level); 3) environmental and site conditions; and, 4) adequate inspection Structural collapse of unsupported reinforcing steel columns, walls, and decks. Contributing factors: 1) inadequate braces; 2) unstable trenches; and, 3) imbalanced loads.
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Tinti along with staff members from police, fire, public safety and planning departments met yesterday at Kingston City Hall as well as at the Hutton Brickyards with Brickyards engineer Kevin McManus and Bardavon executive director Chris Silva to review the logistics of concerts at the Hutton Brickyards. View photos All aspects of the concerts were discussed including parking, traffic, shuttles, and noise, sanitation and neighborhood impacts. The Bardavon/Hutton concert logistics plan was very well received by city officials and was further clarified with a visit to the site. Further meetings are planned prior to the May 8th planning board meeting, where in collaboration with the City, final plans will be presented. All city departments and the Hutton and Bardavon teams are committed to working together to make not only the Bob Dylan concerts a success, but to make any future events successful as well, and to mitigate any impact on the neighborhood and surrounding areas. Last season's Smorgasburg saw large crowds easily moving in and out of the site with no significant adverse impacts after the unexpectedly large crowds on opening day. Day one of Smorgasburg hydraulic cylinders at the Hutton Brickyards recorded nearly 10,000 individuals in attendance. In addition to no major negative impacts from last season, Smorgasburg had a positive impact on Rondout restaurants, which witnessed remarkably brisk business on the Smorgasburg evenings. Karl Slovin of MWest Holdings, owner of the Hutton Brickyards, stated: "we are working diligently on all event planning alongside the city's public safety personnel to ensure the success of these exciting events in a beautifully renovated historic site." ABOUT MWEST Founded in 1991, MWest Holdings is a vertically-integrated investment holding company. MWest benefits from a management team of seasoned professionals with broad backgrounds in all facets of residential, commercial, and new construction real estate investment.
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