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It was also appears to be an open structure at this point of construction.

neil

On 1/13/2014 11:17 AM, Carl W. Jenne, P.E. wrote:
Pretty soft first story, but they may have scheduled gyp board interior
shear walls.  Since the roof and most of the walls were still bare
sheathing, that probably wasn't installed yet. Or if it was installed, the heavy rain could have turned it into oatmeal. Pretty frugal design, but most likely means and (poor) methods?

Regards,
Carl W. Jenne, P.E.
Allan and Conrad, Inc.
Consulting Structural Engineers
Ring 407.628.5282 x 102
www.acstructural.com
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