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Peter:

It's a 100 foot high flagpole.

Neil Moore, S.E.

We've done a number of poles in the northern areas where at least 1/2" of
ice was required.  In other parts of Canada, I've had to consider brittle
fracture from low temperatures.

At 02:55 PM 7/24/02 -0400, you wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Neil Moore
>>
>> I'm reviewing a pole structure for Toronto, Canada and need the following
>> information:
>>
>> 1.	Design wind speed
>> 2.	Ice requirements
>> 3.	Low temperature requirements.
>>
>
>Neil:
>
>Is this an electrical utility pole, a highway (lamp standard) pole, or
>another kind of pole which would likely come under the jurisdiction of the
>Ontario Building Code?
>
>Peter James
>Ottawa
>
>
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