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if it is used for assembly, it should be 100psf live...this is old code, i
will double check on monday in the IBC.

seems high when a parking garage live load is 50, but if its a big party,
the loads will far exceed a parking garage!

Do i get to design this one?  Sounds fun!

Truitt

> What would be an appropriate live load to use on an elevated concrete
> tennis court slab for private, single family home use? It will be built on
> a hillside, so there won't be any heavy equipment, only few people
> playing. I'm also assuming that the deck can be used for private parties.
>
> TIA
> Peter
>
>
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