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You are correct. I was referencing the same table and rounded, for
entertainment purposes. 😃

The other hit from a Google search returned 25psf from
(I think...). That was based on the ASCE 7-05 design code.

Good luck. Hopefully, the building department can update the FAQ's with
this info.

On Monday, December 22, 2014, Scott Maxwell <smaxwell(--nospam--at)> wrote:

> I have a call into the Building Department.  In theory, I might hear back
> from them this afternoon.  They don't show it on their web least 
> not anywhere that I could find.
> The ASCE 7-10 map shows it in a Case Study area.  There is the table back
> in the commentary that lists 41 psf under the 2% annual probability.  Where 
> did you see 40 psf?
> We are also doing a building in Mishawaka (which is literally just to the
> east of South Bend) and I have confirmed with the building official there
> that they use 30 psf.
> Regards,
> Scott
> On Dec 20, 2014, at 3:22 PM, David Topete <d.topete73(--nospam--at)
> <javascript:;>> wrote:
>> Did you get your answer? You would think this info would be prominently

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David Topete, SE

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