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SEC. 91.9606.  INFORMATION REQUIRED ON PLANS.
   (Added by Ord. No. 171,261, Eff. 8/30/96.)
 
91.9606.1.  General.  In addition to the seismic analysis required elsewhere in this division, the licensed engineer or architect responsible for the seismic analysis of the building shall record the information required by this section on the approved plans.
 
91.9606.2.  Information Required.  The plans shall accurately reflect the results of the engineering investigation and design and show all pertinent dimensions and sizes for plan review and construction.  The following shall be provided:
 
   1.   Floor plans and roof plans shall show the existing framing construction, diaphragm construction, proposed wall anchors, cross-ties and collectors.  Existing nailing, anchors, ties and collectors shall also be shown on the plans if these are part of the design, and these structural elements need to be verified in the field.
 
   2.   At elevations where there is alterations or damage, the details shall show the roof and floor heights, dimensions of openings, location and extent of existing damage, and proposed repair.
 
   3.   Typical concrete or masonry wall sections with wall thickness, height, and location of anchors shall be provided.
 
   4.   Details shall include the existing and new anchors and the method of development of anchor forces into the diaphragm framing; existing and new cross-ties, existing and new or improved support of the roof and floor girders at pilasters or walls.
 
91.9606.3.  Engineer’s or Architect’s Statement.  (Amended by Ord. No. 185,587, Eff. 7/16/18.)  The responsible engineer or architect shall state on the approved plans, the following:
 
   1.   "I am responsible for this building's seismic strengthening design of the tilt-up concrete wall anchorage system in compliance with the minimum seismic resistance standards of Division 96, Article 1, Chapter IX of the LAMC."
 
or when applicable:
 
   2.   "The Registered Deputy Inspector, required as a condition of the use of structural design stresses requiring continuous inspection, will be responsible to me as required by LAMC Section 91.1704."