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- From: "Bibbs, David" <DBibbs(--nospam--at)owpp.com>
- Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 10:45:08 -0500
Does anyone have any information regarding the use of light gage steel framing to support a precast plank floor system? The building is essentially a two story, residential structure. Specifically, 1. The top track must be capable of spanning between the studs at 16" or 24", so generally some type of hollow structural section will be required. How is that anchored to the light gage members to insure proper support? 2. Any special considerations for lateral design? Any assistance would be appreciated. David Bibbs, S.E.
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