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George,

	The answer to your question is "Probably not" unless it is common to
have workers on top of it for servicing.  You might, however, want to
consider where you set components of this equipment while it is being
installed or dismantled for repair, etc.

				Regards,

				H. Daryl Richardson

George M Ghaly wrote:
> 
> For equipment permanently attached to concrete floor  (dead load of 250
> psf) should I also consider  Minimum  Uniformly Distributed Live Loads per
> ASCE7 table 4-1 within the equipment's foot print ?
> Thanks in advance.
> 
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