Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 10:44:32 -0500
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From: vic.edwards**At_Symbol_Here**AKERSOLUTIONS.COM

We are constructing a two-story building a pproximately 168 ft x 32 ft x 14 ft high on the lower floor. The building w ill be multi-use, with offices in one portion and maintenance facilities ad joining. There will be six utility stations in the building with nitrogen p iped to each utility station along with other utilities. The nitrogen suppl y line at each utility station will be a one-inch diameter line with a ball valve, a check valve, and a globe valve.

Could you please alert us to any applicabl e codes and standards specifically regarding any risks associated nitrogen asphyxiation.

Thanks and best regards,

Victor H. Edwards, Ph. D., P. E.(TX)
Director of Process Safety
Aker Solutions

Tel: +1 (713) 270-2817
Mob: +1 (713) 724-0406
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e-mail: vi c.edwards**At_Symbol_Here**

Aker Solutions Americas Inc.
3600 Briarpark Drive, Houston, Texas 7704 2-5206

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