Type: Lessons Learned
Publisher: Z - Not used - Was Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ( see Federal Agency U. S. DOE or under DOE Contractor LL National Security), Livermore, CA
Published As: Public
When making wall penetrations, accept the possibility that the location marked on one side of the wall may be aligned with something (e.g., conduit) on the opposite side of the wall. Independent verification of this marks location reduces, but does not necessarily eliminate, the chances of this. The first true verification that the penetration was properly placed occurs when the pilot hole is drilled. If a cautious approach is used when drilling the pilot hole and the pilot hole is used to verify the correctness of the penetrations location before making a larger hole, unintended damage, expense and delays can be avoided.
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