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RE: Alternate Wind Provision

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The 2007 CBC/ ASCE 7-05 wind provisions which are causing many of us in CA so much trouble are apparently complex enough that the Division of State Architect (which controls all school and State building plans) has prepared an 8 page directive to help us interpret the 50 page ASCE 7-05 document.
The Div. of State Architect document presents an "Alternative Method"
which is very helpful.

Stan Scholl, P.E.
Laguna Beach, CA


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