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If there are other occupancies in the building, vibration WILL be an issue.
Regards,
Bill Cain, S.E.
Berkeley  CA

In a message dated 7/7/2004 11:07:47 AM Eastern Daylight Time, "Jason W. Kilgore" <jkilgore(--nospam--at)leok.com> writes:

>To all:
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>What is your general gut feeling for designing a wood floor to support a
>?Weight Room??  I?m assuming at least some free weights.
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>The proposed floor system will be a rubber mat over 2 layers of ¾? plywood
>(edges staggered) over 24? deep wood floor trusses.
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>I?m picturing some wanna-be governor pressing a 200# bar over his head then
>letting it free-fall 7.5?+.
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>Any thoughts?
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>Jason Kilgore
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>Leigh & O'Kane, LLC
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>Kansas City, Missouri
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