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Peter

Check out the Colorado SEA website. It is linked from the SEAINT website
(look down through the list for SEAC). Although there is no published info
on the website, you can order the 1997 Survey of Building Departments. Henry
Lopez is the contact. His address is shown on the order form. If you wish to
call him, his number is 303-447-2813.

I have used the survey, but it is best to call the local building
department, especially if you are seeking information on a site that is in
the Foothills or Mountains. I believe most of Colorado Springs (city and
suburbs) is 30 psf design snow load.

Bruce Pooley
Timber Design
3448 South Newland Court
Lakewood, CO 80227
303-989-8701

----- Original Message -----
From: Peter McCormack <pmac(--nospam--at)realloghomes.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 1999 7:41 AM
Subject: Snow loads in Colorado


> Help!!!
>
> Could anyone direct me to useful web sites etc. where I can find
> snow load information in the "Case specific" locations of the ground
> snow load map. In particular, I need the GSL for Colorado Springs.
>
> any help is appreciated
>
> Peter McCormack
>
>