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- From: "Jason Christensen" <jason.christensen(--nospam--at)wcaeng.com>
- Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2007 16:30:09 -0600
We usually call out mid-height blocking to be installed as the wall is erected, since it is usually the y-axis controlling, the blocking will drop your Le/d so the x-axis would control.
Sure is. Thanks for that….
So I guess that mean a note needs to be added to the drawings that shoring would be required? But once I get into that, what do I do with all the legal stuff from the AIA and their admonitions about not getting involved with “means and methods” of construction. Next thing the GC will ask for a shoring detail. Who wants into THAT can of slippery slope?
I think I’d have to stand firm and just veto the 2x4x10 altogether. Bad detail anyway.
From: Jason Christensen
For solid sawn columns, Le/d shall not exceed 75, comes from NDS section 18.104.22.168, I am looking at the 2005 edition.
The code limits l/d during construction? Whoa….where is that found?
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