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Written dimensions on these documents shall have precedence over scale dimensions. Contractors shall verify and be responsible for all dimensions and conditions on the job and this office must be notified of any variation from the dimensions and conditions shown by these drawings. Shop drawings and or details must be submitted to this office for review before proceeding with fabrication.