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STANDARD RESPONSIBILITIES DOCUMENT, WTCA 1-1995

The Wood Truss Council of America publishes standard practice materials prepared and edited by knowledgeable authors from the construction industry to give as much assistance as possible to owners, architects, engineers, contractors, building officials, and others involved in the metal plate connected wood truss industry. The competence of the authors ensures accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter covered, but, of course, neither the Wood Truss Council of America, nor the authors make either express or implied warranties in regard to the use of the materials.

1.0 SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS

2.0 OWNER RESPONSIBILITIES

3.0 BUILDING DESIGNER RESPONSIBILITIES

4.0 CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITY

5.0 TRUSS MANUFACTURER

6.0 TRUSS DESIGNER RESPONSIBILITY

7.0 OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

Wood Truss Council of America’s Objective

WTCA is committed to promoting the common interests of all engaged in the manufacture of wood trusses and related components to ensure growth, continuity, and increased professionalism in our industry. Fundamental to this is promoting the safe, economic, and structurally sound use of trusses in all applications.

Copyright 1995 Wood Truss Council of America, Inc.

This material may not be reproduced without the written permission of the Wood Truss Council of America (WTCA). Contact WTCA at www.woodtruss.com.

 

Entire text of WTCA 1-1995 on one page.