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Bruce

Thanks for the info

Peter

From:           	"Bruce D Pooley" <bdpooley(--nospam--at)home.com>
To:             	<seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Subject:        	Re: Snow loads in Colorado
Date sent:      	Tue, 30 Nov 1999 08:16:09 -0700
Send reply to:  	seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
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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>
> To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
> Cc: <PJOHNSON.VLB(--nospam--at)mx2-rwc.mail.home.com>;
> <KKETCHUM.VLB(--nospam--at)mx2-rwc.mail.home.com>
> 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
> >
> >
> 
> 
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