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- From: "Wayne E. Beckingham" <wbeckingham(--nospam--at)stroudpence.com>
- Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 08:15:48 -0400
To whom it may concern:
I am looking for some information on a floor framing system that we have
encountered in the renovation of an existing building in Richmond, VA. We
believe the floor system is called "The Metropolitan System". It consists
of a wood chip / gypsum? mix that was poured over draped wire strands. The
system is supported by a grid of steel beams. The wire strands terminate
around the flanges of the perimeter steel beams. The wood chip / gypsum
slab encapsulates the steel beams for fire protection. We are interested in
any information that someone may have, including material strengths,
calculation methods, and allowable loadings.
Wayne Beckingham, P.E.
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