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As much as Code: Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes is an on-the-job “cliff notes” source, full of details that would store money and time whereas making sure caliber. To-do checklists, charts and tables with at-a-glance calculations, who’s-responsible-for-what details, and diagrams that essentially illustrate advanced details make it quick and straightforward for busy construction execs to do their jobs completely and successfully, and steer clear of expensive blunders. The books aid construction execs identify and meet inspection directions, and supply consumers with schedules and standards. all of the as much as Code: Inspection Notes is concentrated at the IBC (International construction Code), the main broadly followed construction code in North the US. Carpentry and Framing also will specialise in info from the EWA (Engineered wooden Association), and the overseas strength Conservation Code, overseas hearth Code, and ICC functionality Code. each one consultant covers: accountability; Authority; quality controls and coverage; Plans and standards; store Drawings; Inspectors day-by-day record; Pre-Construction assembly; apparatus thought; Claims; development Schedules; exertions Enforcement; garage of fabrics; Contractor’s cost; Rights-of-Way; checklist Drawings; undertaking Turnover; Inspection documents; urged apparatus; Inspection; protection.

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FLOORS FLOORS Span (see tables 4-1 to 4-4) Figure 4-3 MAXIMUM ALLOWED CANTILEVERED JOISTS TABLE 4-1 CANTILEVERED SPANS FOR FLOOR JOISTS SUPPORTING ONE FLOOR AND ROOF ONLY (FLOOR LIVE LOAD 40 PSF, ROOF LIVE LOAD 20 PSF, SNOW LOAD <20 PSF) Member and spacing 2 × 8 at 12 in. 2 × 10 at 16 in. 2 × 10 at 12 in. 2 × 12 at 16 in. 2 × 12 at 12 in. 2 × 12 at 8 in. ) for roof width (ft) of 24 32 20 15 29 21 36 26 32 42 48 34 40 16 20 25 31 45 35 TABLE 4-2 CANTILEVERED SPANS FOR FLOOR JOISTS SUPPORTING ONE FLOOR AND ROOF ONLY (FLOOR LIVE LOAD 40 PSF, ROOF LIVE LOAD 20 PSF, SNOW LOAD 30 PSF) Member and spacing 2 × 8 at 12 in.

2 × 10 at 16 in. 2 × 10 at 12 in. 2 × 12 at 16 in. 2 × 12 at 12 in. 2 × 12 at 8 in. ) for roof width (ft) of 24 32 20 15 29 21 36 26 32 42 48 34 40 16 20 25 31 45 35 TABLE 4-2 CANTILEVERED SPANS FOR FLOOR JOISTS SUPPORTING ONE FLOOR AND ROOF ONLY (FLOOR LIVE LOAD 40 PSF, ROOF LIVE LOAD 20 PSF, SNOW LOAD 30 PSF) Member and spacing 2 × 8 at 12 in. 2 × 10 at 16 in. 2 × 10 at 12 in. 2 × 12 at 16 in. 2 × 12 at 12 in. 2 × 12 at 8 in. ) for roof width (ft) of 24 32 18 26 18 34 22 36 29 37 48 40 16 21 27 38 TABLE 4-3 CANTILEVERED SPANS FOR FLOOR JOISTS SUPPORTING ONE FLOOR AND ROOF ONLY (FLOOR LIVE LOAD 40 PSF, ROOF LIVE LOAD 20 PSF, SNOW LOAD 50 PSF) Member and spacing 2 × 8 at 12 in.

Brick veneer is not to support any loads other than that of the brick itself. • Bridging is needed if the depth-tothickness ratio exceeds 6 to 1 and intervals are not to exceed 8 ft OC. • Drilling and notching must be < 1⁄6 of the joist depth. 32 33 • No cuts or notches are allowed in the middle third of the span. • Cuts or notches on ledgers must be < 1⁄4 the depth. • Holes should not be made within 2 in. of top or bottom and hole diameter must be < 1⁄3 the depth. • Header joists <4 ft may be a single member.

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