Here is a time-stamped breakdown of the video to make it easier to find the sections of interest to you:
- [0:06] A. Fasano introduces video topic.
- [0:24] M. Kriss describes the initiative and discusses how it is aimed at ensuring that the structural integrity of garages across the state is sound.
- [0:50] M. Kriss mentions that the building codes is currently deficient in addressing this issue which is why NYSSPE crafted legislation last year which made it to the Governor’s desk .
- [1:23] M. Kriss gives an update on the recent proposal to the State to implement an inspection cycle for these structures.
- [1:44] A. Fasano asks M. Kriss to describe the process that this legislation will now go through.
- [1:47] M. Kriss explains that now this will strictly be a regulatory implementation, which Mark describes is just as effective as a legislative process.
- [2:08] M. Kriss explains the components of the proposal which include the minimum of a 3 year cycle for inspections of these structures, unless a structure visibly shows deficiency, in which case it could be sooner.
- [2:35] M. Kriss mentions that there isn’t a clear timeline for this implementation as of yet, as it is still in draft proposal stage.
- [2:45] M. Kriss said that a professional engineers or someone under their direct supervision is required to do these inspections based on the proposal, which NYSSPE is very happy about.
- [3:15] A. Fasano summarizes the initiative.
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