WHAT'S WRONG HERE?

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HINT: This service mast was used to support the electric service drop and the communications drop. Also, the underground gasoline tank vent pipes are too close to the service point.

JULY WINNERS

Ben Mickler, Owner of Benchmark Electric, Zebulon, N.C.

Cam Elvheim, Planner/Estimator for the Housing Services Center, Ft. Collins, Colo.

Khondker Ahmed, New York City Transit, Edison, N.J.


Violations of Sections 250-97, electrical continuity between cabinet and conduits; 300-10, electrical continuity between metal raceways and enclosures. This is not a neat and workmanlike installation and violates Section 110-12.