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Connections between timber batterns/purlins with concrete slab

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Hello there,

Please can anyone tell me how is the connection between a timber feature
on a roof and a concrete slab made? I am actually designing such
structures (hotels and villas). Can anybody also suggest how a thatch
roof connection can be made? Thanks for replying though it is a question
for architects and not for us structural engineers


Thanks and Regards,
 
Murvin Ragaven                                                  
(Civil Engineer)
GIBB (Mauritius) Ltd
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