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Does anyone have any information as to whether T&G wood diaphragms are accepted in the state of California? Our client has requested 2x6 T&G spanning 4ft. Our project is located in the state of California, seismic zone 4.

Any information anyone has is greatly appreciated.



Gina T. Gobo, EIT
Carter & Burgess, Inc
Facilities - Structural Engineering
Seattle, WA
Ph. 425-822-7096
Fax 425-822-7246
gobogt(--nospam--at)c-b.com
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<DIV>Does anyone have any information as to whether T&amp;G wood diaphragms are 
accepted in the state of California?&nbsp;Our client has requested&nbsp;2x6 
T&amp;G spanning 4ft. Our project is located in the state of California, seismic 
zone&nbsp;4.</DIV>
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<DIV>Any information anyone has is greatly appreciated.</DIV>
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<DIV>Gina T. Gobo, EIT<BR>Carter &amp; Burgess, Inc<BR>Facilities - Structural 
Engineering<BR>Seattle, WA<BR>Ph. 425-822-7096<BR>Fax 425-822-7246<BR><A 
href="mailto:gobogt(--nospam--at)c-b.com">gobogt(--nospam--at)c-b.com</A></DIV></BODY></HTML>