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CAD Drawing Samples Koreatown Elementary | Cal Poly Pomona Structural Drawings | Structural Calculations | Code Analysis | Specifications | Structural Details | Key Wall Sections

Carmen Alissa Crosby


30' - 4"

6' - 0"

10' - 0"

5' - 0"

10' - 0"

5' - 6"

7' - 0"

10' - 0"

5' - 6"

7' - 0"

5' - 0"

10' - 0"

5' - 0"

10' - 0"

5' - 0"

KINDERGARTEN FLOORPLAN 1/8” = 1’-0”

0’ 2’

6’

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10' - 0"

7' - 9"

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2' - 6"

19' - 3"

SITE 1” =200’-0”

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5' - 0"

32' - 4"

37' - 0"

1

5' - 0"

9

3' - 8"

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6' - 9"

2' - 6"

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0' - 9"

2' - 6"

3 6' - 9"

30' - 4"

6' - 0"

6' 0"

3' - 8"

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100' - 0"


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5’ 10’ - 6”

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17’ - 6”

10’ - 6” 10’ - 6”

1’ -3”

36’

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40’

20’ - 6”

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40’

36’

30’

KEY:

4” THICK SLAB ON GRADE W/THICKENED EDGE 8” WOOD FRAME SHEAR WALL 8” WOOD FRAME LOAD BEARING WALL

FOUNDATION PLAN 1/8” = 1’-0”

0’ 2’

6’

SITE 1” =200’-0”

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LOAD BEARING WALL SPREAD FOOTING (1’-3”)


BEAM (HEAVIEST CONDITION) L = 40ft

L = 10.5ft

Spacing = 10.5ft

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JOISTS (HEAVIEST CONDITION)

Single Use Member Glulam DFL

Spacing = 4ft O.C.

Roof Live Load = 20 lb/ft2

Glulam, DFL

Roof DL = 19.4 lb/ft2

DL of Joist = 1.034 lb/ft2

Total DL + LL = 40.434 lb/ft2

Roof Live Load = 40lbs/ft2

Roof Dead Load = 19.4lbs/ft2

W = (DL+LL) (Tributary Area) = (40 lbs/ft2 + 19.4 lbs/ft2)(4ft x 10.5ft) = 2494.8lbs Mmax = WL/8 = (2494.8lbs x 10.5 ft) / 8 = 3274.425 ft-lbs

W = (40.434 lb/ft2)(40ft x 10.5ft) = 16982.28lb Mmax = W:/8 = (16982.28lb x 40ft) / 8 = 84911.4 ft-lb F’b = Fb (Cd)= 1600 lb/in2 (0.9) = 1440 lb/ft2

F’b = Fb (Cd) (Cf) (Cr) = 1725lb/in2 (0.9)(1)(1.15) = 1785.375 lb/in2 Sreq = M/F’b = (3274.425 ft-lb x (12in/1ft))/ 1785.375 lb/in2 = 22.008in3

Sreq = M /F’b = (84911.4 ft-lb (12in/1ft))/ 1440 lb/in2 = 707.595 in3 6.75in x 25.5in => 731.5 in3 ,

Self Weight = 32.3 lb/ft

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2.5in x 9in => 22.50 in , Self Weight = 4.2 lb/ft Self Weight in lb/ft2 = (32.3 lb/ft)(40ft)(3)= 3876lb Self Weight in lb/ft2 = (4.2 lb/ft)(10.5ft)(30) = 1323lb

3876lb / (32ft x 40ft) = 3.028 lb/ft 2

1323lbs/ (32ft x 40ft) = 1.034 lb/ft 2

New DL + LL = 3.028 lb/ft2 + 40.434 lb/ft2 = 43.46 lb/ft2

New DL + LL = 1.034 lbs/ft2 + 40 lbs/ft2 + 19.4 lbs/ft2 = 60.434 lbs/ft2 W = (60.434 lbs/ft2)(4ft x 10.5ft) = 2538.228lb

W = (43.46 lb/ft2)(40ft x 10.5ft) = 18254.09lb Mmax = WL/8 = (18254.09 lb x 40ft)/8 = 91270.45 ft-lb

Mmax = WL/8 = (2538.228lb x 10.5ft) / 8 = 3331.424 ft-lb

F’b = 1440 lb/in2

Sreq = = M/F’b = (3331.424 ft-lb (12in/1ft)) / 1785.375 lb/in2 = 22.39in3 Sactual = 33.75 in3 > 22.39 in3 OK

Sreq = M/F’b = (91270.45 ft-lb (12in/1ft)) / 1440 lb/in2 = 760.59 in3 Sactual = 731.5in3 < 760.59in3 NOT OK => 6.75in x 27in

Vmax = W/ 2 = 2538.228lb/2 = 1269.114 lb

Sactual = 820.1 in3> 760.59in3

(Architectural Choice, rather have thicker beam than deeper beam) 2

2

2

162 lb/in > 84.6076 lb/in OK Δmax = [(5/384)(WL3)] / EI = [(5/384)(2538.228lb x (10.5ft(12in/1ft)) 3] / (1700000 lb/in2)(151.9 in4) = 0.256in L/240 = 126in / 240 = 0.5257> 0.256in OK

Vmax = W/2 = 18254.09lb/ 2 = 9127.045 lb f = 1.5V / db = (1.5 x 9127.045 lb) / (6.75in x 27in) = 75.12 lb/in2 F’v = 180 lb/in2 (0.9) = 162 lb/in2 > 75.12 lb/in2 OK Δmax = [(5/384)(WL3)] / EI = [(5/384)(18254.09 lb)(40ft(12in/1ft) 3) /( 1700000 lb/in2)(11070 in4) = 1.398 L/240 = 480in / 240 = 2 > 1.398 OK

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f = 1.5V/ db = (1.5 x 1269.114 lb)/ (2.5 x 9in ) = 84.6076 lb/in


BEARING WALLS Studs supporting roof only 

2x8 @24” O.C. OK for 13ft height *source Allan/Iano Table Rule of Thumb Sizing of Wood Load Bearing Walls

FOUNDATIONS (SPREAD FOOTINGS)

1216 ft 2

1216 ft

2. 30ft TOTAL LOAD = 79.76 lb/ft2 511.5ft2 x 79.76 lb/ft2 = 40797.24 lb 40797.24lb / 30ft = 1359.908 lb/ft (1359.908lb/ft) / 2500 lb/ft2 = 0.544ft

2. 100ft TOTAL LOAD = 79.76 lb/ft2 100ft x 5.25ft = 525 ft 2 525ft2 x 79.76 lb/ft2 = 41874lb 41874lb / 100ft = 418.74lb/ft (418.74lb/ft) / (2500lb/ft 2) = 0.167ft 3. 10.5ft (2) TOTAL LOAD = 79.76 lb/ft2 266.52 x 79.76 lb/ft2 = 21256.04lb 21256.04lb / 10.5ft = 2024.38lb/ft (2024.38lbs/ft) / 2500 lb/ft2 = 0.10ft 4. 17.5ft (2) TOTAL LOAD = 79.76 lb/ft2 255ft2 x 79376 lb/ft2 = 20338.8lb 20338.8lb / 17.5ft = 1162.22 lb/ft (1162.22lb/ft) / 2500 lb/ft2 = 0.46ft 5. 20.5ft (A) TOTAL LOAD = 79.76 lb/ft2 218.75ft2 x 79.76 lb/ft2 = 17447.5lb 17447lb / 20.5ft = 851.098 lb/ft (851.098 lb/ft) / 2500 lb/ft2 = 0.34ft

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1. 20.5ft (B) TOTAL LOAD = 79.76 lb/ft2 281.25ft2 x 79.76 lb/ft2 = 22432.5 lb 22432.5lb / 20.5ft = 1094.27 lb/ft (1094.27 lb/ft) / 2500 lb/ft2 = 0.438ft

525 ft

281.25ft2

511.5ft 2

2

ALL CALCULATED SPREAD FOOTINGS ARE NOT ALLOWABLE PER CODE. 1’-3” SPREAD FOOTING FOR EACH LOAD BEARING WALL

266.5ft 2

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DL of Beam = 36.3 lb/ft2

266.5ft 2

255ft 2

255ft 2

218.75ft2

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1. 32ft (2 Walls) LL = 20lbs/ft2 DL = 43.46 lb/ft2 TOTAL LOAD = 79.76 lb/ft2 (32ft x ((36ft x 40ft) /2) = 1216 ft 2 1216ft2 x 79.76 lb/ft2 = 96988.16 lb 96988.16 lb / 32ft = 3030.88 lb/ft (3030.88 lb/ft )/ (2500 lb/ft2) = 1.21ft


OCCUPANCY E

CONSTRUCTION TYPE VB

STORY

AREA (FT2) 1 9500

BUILDING ELEMENT AREA (FT2) OCCUPANCY TYPE IBC SECTION Kindergarten Class 1 1200 E 305 Kindergarten Class 2 1200 E 305 Teacher's Room 241 B 304 Restrooms 558 N/A N/A Custodian 63 S-1 311 Electrical and Mechanical 63 S-1 311

INCREASE FT2

INCREASES IN FLOOR AREA

INCREASE %

Sprinklered Frontage Increase

200% 47557 ft 2 l f = (F / P -0.25) W / 30 1.006

HEIGH INCREASES QUALIFICATION Sprinklered

INCREASE 1 story (20ft)

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ALLOWABLE FLOOR AREAS

Kinder limits to 1 Story

100' - 0"

BUILDING ELEMENT Exterior Bearing Walls Interior Bearing Walls Exterior Non Bearing Walls Interior Non Bearing Walls Floor Construction Roof Construction Structural Frame FUNCTION OF SPACE Kindergarten Class 1 Kindergarten Class 2 Teachers Room Restrooms Custodian Electrical and Mechanical

N/A

32

30 37' - 0"

60 19' - 3"

2' - 6"

7' - 9"

10' - 0"

60

2

REQUIREMENT BASED ON LOCATION ON PROPERTY 1 10<x<30 = 1hr 1 N/A N/A 0 N/A 1 N/A 1 N/A 1 N/A

30' - 4"

6' - 0"

1

1

30

WALL FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS BASED ON CONSTRUCTION TYPE (hr)

3' - 8"

5' - 0"

10' - 0"

5' - 0"

10' - 0"

5' - 6"

7' - 0"

10' - 0"

5' - 6"

7' - 0"

5' - 0"

10' - 0"

5' - 0"

10' - 0"

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6' 0"

30

6' - 9"

0' - 9"

OCCUPANCY PERCENTILE 2400 74% 240 7.00% 622 19% 3262

5' - 0"

BUILDING ELEMENT AREA (FT2) TOTAL GROSS AREA E TOTAL GROSS AREA B TOTAL GROSS AREA S-1 TOTAL GROSS AREA OVERALL

2' - 6"

5' - 0"

EXIT PLAN NOT TO SCALE

FLOOR AREA (FT2) PER OCCUPANT AREA (FT2) TOTAL OCCUPANCY DOORS (IBC 1015) DOOR SEPERATION (FT) 20 1200 60 2 17 20 1200 60 2 17 100 241.5 2 1 n/a N/A 558 0 1 n/a 300 63 1 1 n/a 300 63 1 1

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3325

2' - 6"

6' - 9"

30' - 4"

6' - 0"

32' - 4"

TOTAL

3' - 8"


Division 02: Existing Conditions Section not used.

07 21 013 Board Insulation Board insulation of plastic foams, cellular glass and fiber. Applied to perimeter of foundations, exterior of walls, interior of walls. (Rigid Insulation)

Division 03: Concrete

07 21 16 Blanket Insulation

003100 Concrete

(Batt Insulation) Glass fiber or mineral wood batt insulation in roll or blanket form, faced or un-faced. Must be protected from water infiltration.

4,000 psi concrete is used with a maximum slump of 4”. The Contractor is responsible for the mix design and for all concrete testing (strength, slump, and air content). Actual type and size of concrete footings and foundation systems , including slab on grade foundations, are based on soil bearing pressure values. 032000 Concrete Reinforcing Includes Reinforcing steel and supports for cast-in-place concrete. Use Grade 60 reinforcing steel (epoxy coated when required).

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OUTLINE SPECIFICATION

07 26 00 Vapor Retarders Vapor seal for the building enclosure and gaps between adjacent materials forming wall and roof openings. Prevents water from deteriorating materials. 4 mil thick polyethylene under slab on grade and on walls where indicated. 07 46 23 Wood Siding Wood siding materials such as flat board, bevel board, plain or resin surfaced plywood and hardboard.

Sheet metal work, gutters and downspouts, flashings and trim for roofing and waterproofing membranes.

Division 05: Metals

Division 08: Openings

054000 Cold-Formed Metal

08 52 13 Metal Clad Wood Windows

Includes load bearing studs, slotted channels, joists, and purlins, including bracing, fasteners and accessories.

Division 06: Wood, Plastics, and Composites 061000 Rough Carpentry building

Wood framing, being lumber or pre-engineered studs and sheathing to form superstructure of wood-framed

061500 Wood Decking Structural wood decking of softwood lumber, plywood or glue laminated lumber. Utilized as a structural diaphragm. 06 18 00 Glue-Laminated Construction Shop fabricated glue laminated structural wood beams, purlins and arches. Also includes steel hardware and brackets associated with glulam structural members.

Division 07: Thermal and Moisture Protection

Aluminum clad wood custom windows; fixed or operable sash, includes screens and hardware.

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Section not used.

07 62 00 Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim

Division 09: Finishes 09 29 00 Gypsum Board Use 5/8” regular gypsum board on designed interior walls and on all ceilings. 5/8” water resistant gypsum board when water is present. Use Type X gypsum board on partitions requiring fire rating. 09 51 13 Acoustical Panel Ceilings Acoustic ceiling systems, consisting of suspension system, metal grid, and acoustic tile or panels, fire or non-fire rated. 09 68 16 Sheet Carpeting Carpet laid on cushion, power stretched, with trim accessories and carpet adhered to subfloor with contact adhesive, with trim accessories (like molding).

Division 10: Specialties Section not used.

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Division 04: Masonry


According to IES, includes dimmable luminaires on light track in exhibit areas, indirect luminaires in Lobby, cove lighting in Multipurpose Room, task lighting in office areas, flush fluorescent in mechanical rooms and toilets, and both task and flush fluorescent in the library. Use energy efficient compact fluorescent and T-5 fluorescent lamps where possible.

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Division 11: Equipment

Division 12: Furnishings Section not used

Division 27: Communications

Section not used

Division 28: Electronics Safety and Security

Division 14: Conveying Equipment

Division 31: Earthwork

Section not used

Section not used

Division 21: Fire Suppression

Division 32: Exterior Improvements:

21 13 13 Wet-Pipe Sprinkler Systems

Section not used

Division 22: Plumbing 22 05 29 Hangers and Supports for Plumbing Piping and Equipment Supports, hangers, anchors, sleeves and sealing of work adjacent construction for plumbing systems.

Division 23: Heating, Etiolating, and Air Conditioning 23 05 29 Hangers and Supports for HVAC Piping and Equipment Supports, hangers, anchors, sleeves and sealing of work adjacent construction for HVAC systems 23 31 00 HVAC Ducts and Casings Ductwork materials, construction, supports, and cleaning. Spiral-wound ductwork in exposed ceiling areas; rectangular ductwork in concealed locations such as the mechanical equipment room, chases, or above finished ceilings.

Division 25: Electrical 26 51 00 Interior Lighting

Division 33: Utilities Section not used

Division 34: Transportation Section not used

Division 40: Process Integration Section not used

Division 41: Material Processing and Handling Equipment Section not used

Division 42: Process Heating, Cooling, and Drying Equipment\ Section not used

Division 43: Process Gas and Liquid Handling, Purification and Storage Equipment

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According to NFPA 13 must design, furnish, install, and test automatic wet pope fire sprinkler and standpipe systems for the entire building, including attics, crawl spaces, and concealed spaces.

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Section not used

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Division 13: Special Construction

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Section not used


Division 13: Special Construction Section not used

Division 14: Conveying Equipment Section not used

Division 21: Fire Suppression 21 13 13 Wet-Pipe Sprinkler Systems

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Section not used Division 31: Earthwork Section not used

Division 32: Exterior Improvements: Section not used

Division 33: Utilities Section not used

Division 34: Transportation

According to NFPA 13 must design, furnish, install, and test automatic wet pope fire sprinkler and standpipe systems for the entire building, including attics, crawl spaces, and concealed spaces.

Section not used

Division 22: Plumbing

Division 40: Process Integration

22 05 29 Hangers and Supports for Plumbing Piping and Equipment

Section not used

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Section not used

Division 28: Electronics Safety and Security

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Division 12: Furnishings

Section not used

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Section not used

Division 27: Communications

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Division 11: Equipment

Supports, hangers, anchors, sleeves and sealing of work adjacent construction for plumbing systems. Division 41: Material Processing and Handling Equipment Division 23: Heating, Etiolating, and Air Conditioning

Section not used

23 05 29 Hangers and Supports for HVAC Piping and Equipment Division 42: Process Heating, Cooling, and Drying Equipment\

23 31 00 HVAC Ducts and Casings

Section not used

Ductwork materials, construction, supports, and cleaning. Spiral-wound ductwork in exposed ceiling areas; rectangular ductwork in concealed locations such as the mechanical equipment room, chases, or above finished ceilings.

Division 43: Process Gas and Liquid Handling, Purification and Storage Equipment Section not used

Division 25: Electrical 26 51 00 Interior Lighting According to IES, includes dimmable luminaires on light track in exhibit areas, indirect luminaires in Lobby, cove lighting in Multipurpose Room, task lighting in office areas, flush fluorescent in mechanical rooms and toilets, and both task and flush fluorescent in the library. Use energy efficient compact fluorescent and T-5 fluorescent lamps where possible.

Division 44: Pollution Control Equipment Section not used Division 45: Industry- Specific Manufacturing Equipment Section not used

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Supports, hangers, anchors, sleeves and sealing of work adjacent construction for HVAC systems


10’ - 6”

TYP.

TYP.

40’

20’ - 6”

TYP. 17’ - 6”

10’ - 6”

4’ OC. TYP.

10’ - 6”

40’

5’

TYP.

TYP.

36’

TYP.

36’

30’

KEY: 6.75” X 27” GLULAM BEAM 2.5” X 9” GLULAM JOIST (4’ OC) 8” WOOD FRAME SHEAR WALL 8” WOOD FRAME LOAD BEARING WALL

FRAMING PLAN 1/8” = 1’-0”

0’ 2’

6’

SITE 1” =200’-0”


03 20 00

REINFORCING REBAR

SAND

1’

0’  

1 1/2” = 1’-0”

1’

FOUNDATION DETAIL (STRUCTURAL)

ENGINEERED SOIL

03 30 00

1’-3” CONCRETE SPREAD FOOTING

0’

FOUNDATION DETAIL (ARCHITECTURAL)

1 1/2” = 1’-0”

06 10 00

2X8 SILL



1’-3”

09 21 16

ENGINEERED SOIL

SAND

03 30 00

03 20 00

REINFORCING REBAR

4” CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE

06 10 00

2X8 SILL PLATE

ANCHOR BOLT

3/4” PLYWOOD SHEATHING

06 10 00

2X8 STUD

07 13 00

TOP OF SLAB 0’-0”



BOTTOM OF FOOTING -2’- 9”

TOP OF FOOTING -1’-9”

TOP OF SLAB 0’-0”

BOTTOM OF FOOTING -2’- 9”

TOP OF FOOTING -1’-9”

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

07 24 00

2” RIGID INSULATION

03 20 00

REINFORCING REBAR

4” SLAB ON GRADE

09 68 16

1.5” RUBBER MAT

09 68 16

3/4” CARPET FLOORING

03 20 00

06 10 00

2X8 SILL PLATE

MOLDING

09 21 16

1/2” GYPSUM BOARD

06 10 00

2X8 STUD (BEHIND)

REINFORCING REBAR

1’-3”

07 24 00

6” BATT INSULATION

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE 07 13 00

03 30 00

4” SLAB ON GRADE

ANCHOR BOLT

09 21 16

3/4” PLYWOOD SHEATHING

07 13 00

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

07 24 00

2” RIGID INSULATION

SIDING CLIP SYSTEM

07 46 23

1” MAHOGANY SIDING PANELS

BOLT

06 10 00

2X8 SILL


   

KEY WALL SECTION 1/2” = 1’ - 0”

SHEAR WALL CONCRETE FOOTING

ENGINEERED SOIL

SAND

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

REINFORCING REBAR

4” CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE

2X8 STUDS (behind)

3/4” PLYWOOD SHEATHING

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

2” RIGID INSULATION

SIDING CLIP SYSTEM

1” MAHOGANY SIDING PANELS

JOIST HANGER

2.5”X9“ GLULAM JOIST

6.75”X27“ GLULAM BEAM

2“ PLYWOOD DIAPHRAM

RIGID INSULATION (2”-5” sloped)

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

GRAVEL

2X6

METAL FLASHING

0’

1’

(125 pcf) ENGINEERED SOIL (110 pcf)

SAND







4” CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE (145 pcf)

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

2” RIGID INSULATION (3 psf) (1.5 psf)

HVAC DUCT (18”X12”) (4psf)

SUSPENDED ACOUSTIC PANEL SYSTEM (2psf)

LIGHTING FIXTURE (1psf)

CARPET FLOORING (2 psf)

MOLDING





3’

LOW-E DOUBLE PANE WINDOW (including frame, glass, sash) (8 psf)

2X4 (1.1 plf)

4X8 HEADER (4.6 plf)

1/2” GYPSUM BOARD (2.2psf)


2X8

07 71 00





PARAPET 15’ -0”

3/4” PLYWOOD SHEATHING 09 21 13

09 21 16

6.75” X 27” GLULAM BEAM 06 18 00

TOP OF STRUCTURE 13’-0”

BEAM HANGER 03 20 00

BOLTS



03 16 00

JOIST HANGER

03 20 00

2.5”X9” GLULAM JOIST (4’ OC) 06 18 00

2X6 STUD



2” PLYWOOD DIAPHRAM



2X8 STUD07WALL 71 00

07 71 00

ROOF TO WALL DETAIL (STRUCTURAL) 1” = 1’- 0”

0’

1’

3’

   

CEILING HEIGHT 9’- 0”


METAL FLASHING PARAPET 15’ -0”

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE 07 13 00



GRAVEL



07 62 00

RIGID INSULATION (2”-5” sloped)

07 24 00

SIDING CLIP SYSTEM MAHOGANY SIDING PANELS

HVAC HANGING SYSTEM

07 46 23

23 05 29

TOP OF STRUCTURE 13’-0” 

HVAC DUCT (18”X12”) 23 31 00

STRUCTURAL STAPLES SUSPENDED CEILING WIRE FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM 21 13 26

LIGHTING FIXTURE 09 56 00

6” BATT INSULATION



2” RIGID INSULATION



07 24 00

ACOUSTIC PANELS (2’X4”

07 24 00

09 51 13

1/2” GYPSUM BOARD

CEILING HEIGHT 9’- 0”

ROOF TO WALL DETAIL (STRUCTURAL) 1” = 1’- 0”

0’

1’

3’

   

09 21 16


2” PLYWOOD DIAPHRAM

2.5”X9”GLULAM JOIST





6.75”X27” GLULAM BEAM

8” WOOD SHEAR WALL

1’-3” SPREAD FOOTING

32’-0”

20’-6”

32’-0”

0’

2’



STRUCTURAL LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1/8” = 1’ - 0” 6’

2” PLYWOOD DIAPHRAM 6.75”X27” GLULAM BEAM 2.5“X9” GLULAM JOIST



4” SOB



8” WOOD LOAD BEARING WALL

8” WOOD FRAME SHEAR WALL 8” WOOD FRAME LOAD BEARING WALL 4” SLAB ON GRADE (w/thickened edge)

STRUCTURAL CROSS SECTION 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

17’- 6” 0’

1’

3’

5’

10’- 6”

   

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