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Denise,

        I respectfully suggest that you allow for ceiling material.  Whether
you allow for it or not some future tenant (or owner) is going to put it on.

Regards,

H. Daryl Richardson

drpfly(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:

> Gary,
> The mezzanine flooring  is carpet over 3/4" plywood over TJL trusses with
> ductwork, insulation, elec., fire sprinklers, but no ceiling material.
> The second floor has some full height stud walls and some snap-together
> cubicles for individuals.  There are a couple of small storage closets, but
> most of the storage is on the ground floor with the production eq. and
> cameras, etc.
> I think LL = 100 psf will cover the intended uses.
>
> Denise Poeltler, PE
> The Flying Buttress
> Palm Desert, CA
>
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