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DESIGN CRITERIA CODE: 2007 CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE (CBC) LIVE LOADS ROOF LIVE LOAD.......................................................... 20 PSF STRUCTURAL SYSTEM ONE STORY PREFABRICATED METAL BUILDING FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION COLLATERAL LOADS..................................................... 12 PSF ACI-301 - "STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE" ACI-318 - "BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE" ACI-305R - "HOT WEATHER CONCRETING" ACI-306R - "COLD WEATHER CONCRETING" ACI-304 - "GUIDE FOR MEASURING, MIXING, TRANSPORTING AND PLACING CONCRETE" 2. CONCRETE MIX SPECIFICATIONS LOCATION 2 FOOTINGS BASIC WIND SPEED, V3s................................................ 90 MPH WIND EXPOSURE.............................................................C WIND IMPORTANCE FACTOR, Iw ...................................1.0 TOPOGRAPHIC FACTOR, Kzt..........................................0.85 BUILDING SHALL BE DESIGNED AS "PARTIALLY ENCLOSED BUILDING" a. SEISMIC LOADS SEISMIC IMPORTANCE FACTOR, Ie......................................1.0 OCCUPANCY CATEGORY...................................................... II MAPPED SPECTRAL RESPONSE ACCEL, Ss...................... 1.50 MAPPED SPECTRAL RESPONSE ACCEL, S1..................... 0.60 SOIL SITE CLASS ...................................................................D SPECTRAL RESPONSE COEFFICIENT, Sds ...................... 1.00 SPECTRAL RESPONSE COEFFICIENT, Sd1 ...................... 0.60 SEISMIC DESIGN CATEGORY............................................... D RESPONSE MODIFICATION FACTOR, R............................. 3.5 (ORD. STL MOMENT FRAME) RESPONSE MODIFICATION FACTOR, R............................. 6.5 (SHEAR WALL) GENERAL CONDITIONS 1. 1 3. FLY ASH MAY BE ADDED TO ANY OF THE MIX DESIGNS SPECIFIED. MAXIMUM FLY ASH ADDED SHALL BE LIMITED TO 25% OF THE TOTAL WEIGHT OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIAL. 2. b. TOTAL AIR CONTENT IS SPECIFIED IN THE TABLE ABOVE. AIR CONTENT TOLERANCE SHALL BE 1.5 % AND SHALL BE MEASURED AT THE POINT OF PLACEMENT. (AFTER PUMPING IF APPLICABLE) ALL CONCRETE EXPOSED TO THE WEATHER SHALL HAVE AN APPROVED ADMIXTURE TO ENTRAIN AIR - 5% TOTAL AIR REQUIRED. CONCRETE THAT CAN BE SUBJECTED TO FREEZING AND THAWING DURING CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE AIR ENTRAINED. WATER/CEMENT (W/C) RATIO SHALL BE BASED ON THE TOTAL CEMENTITIOUS MATERIAL. CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS INCLUDE CEMENT, FLY ASH, SILICA FUME, AND BLAST FURNACE SLAG. SLAB-ON-GRADE & CONC. OVER MTL DECK MIN f'c (PSI) 3000 4000 TEST AGE (DAYS) 28 28 MAX W/C RATIO (a) 0.5 0.5 AIR (b) --MAX. ALLOW. AGGREGATE 1 1/2" 1 1/2" NOTES --CONCRETE MASONRY 1. SPECIFIED DESIGN COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONTRETE MASONRY F'm = 1500 PSI (UNIT STRENGTH METHOD). COMPLIANCE WITH SPECIFIED COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH (F'M) SHALL BE DETERMINED PER IBC SECTION 2105.3. MATERIALS SHALL CONFORM TO STANDARDS OF IBC SECTION 2103. CEMENT FOR MORTAR AND GROUT SHALL BE TYPE 1 PORTLAND CEMENT CONFORMING TO ASTM C150; AGGREGATE PER ASTM C144 FOR MORTAR, ASTM C404 FOR GROUT; HYDRATED LIME PER ASTM C207;QUICK LIME PER ASTM C5; WATER CLEAN AND POTABLE. NO ADMIXTURES WILL BE PERMITTED IN MORTAR AND GROUT, EXCEPT AS NOTED. CONCRETE MASONRY UNITS SHALL BE TYPE 1, NORMAL WEIGHT AND HAVE A NET AREA COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH = 1900 PSI IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM C-90. MORTAR SHALL BE TYPE S PER IBC, FRESHLY PREPARED AND UNIFORMLY MIXED, IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM C 270. MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRESS OF MORTAR IN 28 DAYS SHALL BE 1800 PSI. MASONRY CEMENT MORTARS SHALL NOT BE USED. MORTAR PROPORTIONS BY VOLUME: REFERENCE IBC TABLE 2103.8(1) TYPE PORTLAND CEMENT HYDRATED LIME AGGREGATE S 1.0 OVER 1/4 TO 1/2 NOT LESS THAN 21/4 NOT MORE THAN 3 TIMES THE SUM OF THE VOLUMES OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS. 5. GROUT FOR POURING SHALL BE A FLUID CONSISTENCY AND CONFORM TO IBC TABLE 2103.12 OR ASTM 476. A MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 2000 PSI AT 28 DAYS IS REQUIRED. GROUT MAY BE SPECIFIED BY PROPORTION AND SHALL CONTAIN PORTLAND CEMENT ONLY (NO LIME). FINE GROUT OR COARSE GROUT SHALL BE SELECTED BASED ON MINIMUM GROUT SPACE REQUIREMENTS OF ACI 530.1. MAX AGGREGATE SIZE = 3/8" FOR COARSE GROUT. WATER REDUCING ADMIXTURES MAY BE ADDED TO ACHIEVE THE DESIRED SLUMP. ALL CELLS CONTAINING REINFORCING OR EMBEDDED ITEMS AND ALL CELLS BELOW GRADE SHALL BE SOLID GROUTED. USE SIKA GROUT AID, OR EQUAL, AS A GROUT ADDITIVE. GROUT SLUMP AT THE TIME OF GROUTING SHALL BE 8" TO 11". GROUT LIFTS SHALL BE LESS THAN 5'=0" UNLESS APPROVED BY THE BUILDING OFFICIAL. CONSOLIDATE AND RECONSOLIDATE GROUT. PROVIDE VERTICAL BARS FULL HEIGHT AT WALL CORNERS, DOORS, WINDOWS AND OTHER OPENINGS. PROVIDE CONTINUOUS HORIZONTAL BARS AT CORNERS. PROVIDE HORIZONTAL BARS ABOVE ALL DOOR OPENINGS, ABOVE AND BELOW ALL WINDOWS AND OTHER OPENINGS. EXTEND 2'-0" MINIMUM BEYOND EACH SIDE OF OPENING UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN PLANS ALL UNITS TO BE CONSTRUCTED UP IN RUNNING BOND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE IBC UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. THICKNESS OF BED JOINTS SHALL NOT EXCEED 5/8". SPECIAL INSPECTION PER IBC CHAPTER 17 AND QUALITY ASSURANCE PER IBC 2105 REQUIRED. SPECIAL INSPECTION SHALL BE CONTINUOUS UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.PRISMS SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED AND TESTED PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH IBC 2105.3. THIS REQUIREMENT WILL NOT BE WAIVED.
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CONCRETE 1. CONCRETE SHALL CONFORM TO THE INDICATED REFERENCE CODES AND STANDARDS EXCEPT AS MODIFIED BELOW:

REINFORCING STEEL WELDING 1. 2. REFERENCE STANDARDS: "ANSI/AWS D1.4 STRUCTURAL WELDING CODE - REINFORCING STEEL." MATERIALS: GRADE 60 (ASTM A706). ALL GRADE 60 WELDED REINFORCING BARS WILL BE REJECTED UNLESS A MILL CERTIFICATE IS SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER OF RECORD INDICATING COMPLIANCE WITH ASTM A706. USE ONLY CERTIFIED WELDERS. USE ONLY FRESH E70XX ELECTRODES (AWS A5.1 OR A5.5). BENDS IN WELDED REINFORCING STEEL ARE TO COMPLY WITH ACI STANDARDS. BENDS MUST NOT OCCUR WITHIN 3" OF ANY WELD. PROVIDE SPECIAL INSPECTION PER IBC.

METAL STUDS 1. 2. COLD-FORMED SECTIONS ARE TO MEET THE STANDARD SECTION CRITERIA AS SET BY THE STEEL STUD MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (SSMA) MATERIAL: ASTM A446 PER THE TABLE BELOW GAUGE 12 14 16 18 20 25 MILS 97 68 54 43 33 18 DESIGN THICKNESS 0.1017 0.0713 0.0566 0.0451 0.0346 0.0188 GRADE D D D A A A YIELD STRESS 50 KSI 50 KSI 50 KSI 33 KSI 33 KSI 33 KSI ULTIMATE STRESS 65 KSI 65 KSI 65 KSI 45 KSI 45 KSI 45 KSI

SPECIAL INSPECTIONS 1. THE SPECIAL INSPECTOR FOR ALL WORK OUTLINED IN THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE SECTION 1704 SHALL BE A QUALIFIED PERSON WHO SHALL DEMONSTRATE HIS COMPETENCE TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE BUILDING OFFICIAL FOR INSPECTION OF THE PARTICULAR TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION OR OPERATION REQUIRING SPECIAL INSPECTION, AND SHALL BE CHARGED WITH THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES AS OUTLINED IN IBC 1704. 2. THE OWNER, CONTRACTOR, SPECIAL INSPECTOR OR INSPECTION AGENCY AND PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR ARCHITECT SHALL COMPLETE THE SPECIAL INSPECTION AND TESTING AGREEMENT TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE GOVERNING BUILDING DEPARTMENT. 3. THE SPECIAL INSPECTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLETING, MAINTAINING AND RESUBMITTING ALL SPECIAL INSPECTION LOGS AND FORMS AS REQUIRED BY THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT. ALL LOGS AND REPORTS ARE TO BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE WEEK OF INSPECTIONS PERFORMED. 4. CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITY: EACH CONTRACTOR OR SUB-CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION ITEMS OF THE WIND AND/OR SEISMIC RESISTING SYSTEM THAT ARE LISTED IN THE TABLE BELOW SHALL SUBMIT A WRITTEN STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY TO THE BUILDING OFFICIAL AND THE OWNER PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF WORK REQUIRING SPECIAL INSPECTION. THE CONTRACTOR'S STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY SHALL CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING: A) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF AWARENESS OF THE SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS CONTAINNED IN THE SPECIAL INSPECTIONS TABLE BELOW. B) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT THAT CONTROL WILL BE EXERCISED TO OBTAIN CONFORMANCE WITH THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS APPROVED BY THE BUILDING OFFICIAL. C) PROCEDURES FOR EXERCISING CONTROL WITHIN THE CONTRACTOR'S ORGANIZATION, THE METHOD AND FREQUENCY OF REPORTING AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE REPORTS D) IDENTIFICATION AND QUALIFICATIONS OF THE PERSON(S) EXERCISING SUCH CONTROL AND THEIR POSITION(S) IN THE ORGANIZATION. 5. PROVIDE SPECIAL INSPECTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH IBC SECTION 1704 FOR THE FOLLOWING: BACK OFF 1/4 TURN GEOTECHNICAL SPECIAL INSPECTION BY GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER OF RECORD SHOULD BE PROVIDED IN COMPLIANCE WITH IBC SECTION 1704.7 FOR THE FOLLOWING ASPECTS: - SITE EXCAVATION, GRADING, BACKFILL, SUBGRADE PREPARATION - VERIFICATION OF SOIL BEARING CAPACITY - PLACEMENT OF STRUCTURAL FILL AND SOIL COMPACTION - PLACEMENT AND COMPACTION OF FOUNDATION AND RETAINING WALL BACKFILL - VERIFY THAT ELEVATIONS MATCH REQUIREMENTS OF APPROVED DRAWINGS VERIFICATION AND INSPECTION TYPE OF INSPECTION CONTINUOUS CBC REFERENCE

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CONCRETE CRACKING 1. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE A BUDGET FOR CRACK MITIGATION AT A RATE OF 0.009 LINEAR FEET PER SQUARE FEET OF SLAB FOR A PERIOD OF TWO YEARS.

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SSMA SECTION DESIGNATION: MEMBER DEPTH; STYLE; FLANGE WIDTH; THICKNESS (I.E. 600S162-54) MEMBER DEPTH - DEPTH OF SECTION IN 1/100TH INCHES; 600=6" STYLE - S=STUD, T=TRACK, U=CHANNEL, F=FURRING CHANNEL FLANGE WIDTH - FLANGE WIDTH IN 1/100TH INCHES; 162= 15/8" THICKNESS - MIN BASE METAL THICKNESS IN 1/1000TH OF AN INCH; 54=.054"=16 GA. (THICKNESS REPRESENTS 95% OF DESIGN THICKNESS) 3. WELDING WELD PER AWS D-1.3, AISI SECTION E2. DO NOT WELD SECTIONS THINNER THAN 16 GA (54 MILS) SLOTTED CLIPS, ANGLES AND TRACKS INSTALL FASTENERS IN THE CENTER OF THE SLOT AND BACKED OFF 1/4 TURN TO PREVENT HIGH CLAMPING FORCES AND ALLOW SLIPPAGE (SEE FIGURE BELOW) OR USE STAND-OFF WASHER PER MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS.

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THE CONTRACTOR SHALL EXAMINE THE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS AND SHALL NOTIFY THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES FOUND BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS, ELEVATIONS AND SITE CONDITIONS BEFORE STARTING WORK. ALL OMISSIONS OR CONFLICTS BETWEEN THE VARIOUS ELEMENTS OF THE WORKING DRAWINGS SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT AND THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH ANY WORK SO INVOLVED. SPECIFIC NOTES AND DETAILS SHALL TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER GENERAL NOTES AND TYPICAL DETAILS. WHERE THE NOTES, DRAWINGS, AND/OR SPECIFICATIONS DIFFER, THE MORE STRINGENT REQUIREMENT SHALL APPLY. IF A SPECIFIC DETAIL IS NOT SHOWN FOR ANY PART OF THE WORK, THE CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE THE SAME AS FOR SIMILAR WORK. WORKING DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT BE SCALED FROM PLANS, SECTIONS, OR DETAILS ON THESE DRAWINGS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT AND THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER OF ANY CONDITION THAT, IN HIS OPINION, MIGHT ENDANGER THE STABILITY OF THE STRUCTURE OR CAUSE DISTRESS TO THE STRUCTURE.

ALL CONCRETE MIXES SHALL SATISFY THE MORE STRINGENT OF THE MIX SPECIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS. FOR EXAMPLE: A MIX WITH THE SPECIFIED W/C RATIO MAY RESULT IN A STRENGTH GREATER THAN THE f'c REQUIRED. MIXING: COMPLY WITH ACI-301. DO NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF WATER SPECIFIED IN THE APPROVED MIX. PROPORTIONS OF AGGREGATE TO CEMENT SHALL BE SUCH AS TO PRODUCE A DENSE, WORKABLE MIX, WHICH CAN BE PLACED WITHOUT SEGREGATION OR EXCESS FREE SURFACE WATER. CONCRETE PROPORTIONS SHALL BE DETERMINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF ACI 318, SECTION 5.2. ESTABLISH PROPORTIONS ON THE BASIS OF FIELD EXPERIENCE OR TRIAL MIXTURES OR BOTH. THE CONCRETE PERFORMANCE MIX SHALL INCLUDE THE AMOUNTS OF CEMENT, FINE AND COARSE AGGREGATE, WATER AND ADMIXTURES AS WELL AS THE WATER CEMENT RATIO, SLUMP, CONCRETE YIELD AND SUBSTANTIATING STRENGTH DATA IN ACCORDANCE WITH IBC 1905.3. PROVIDE A 3/4 INCH CHAMFER AT ALL EXPOSED CONCRETE EDGES, UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE ON ARCHITECTURAL OR STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. SLUMP SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE CONTACTOR. THE MIX DESIGN SHALL INDICATE THE SLUMP AND IT SHALL BE MEASURED AT THE JOBSITE WITH A TOLERANCE OF +1" AND -2". GREATER SLUMP MAY BE ACHIEVED BY USING APPROVED ADMIXTURES. DO NOT ADD WATER TO THE MIX UNLESS SPECIFICALLY ALLOWED BY THE MIX DESIGN. TOTAL WATER (BATCH AND SITE ADDED) MAY NOT EXCEED THE WATER IN THE APPROVED MIX DESIGN. ACCELERATED SET, OR HIGH EARLY STRENGTH MAY BE ACHIEVED BY USING APPROVED ADMIXTURES. ALL ADMIXTURES SHALL BE CHLORIDE FREE. CURING: REFERENCE ACI 308 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR CURING CONCRETE AND ACI-301 SECTION 5 - STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE. THE CURING SHALL BE SUCH THAT THE MOISTURE CONTENT AND TEMPERATURE IS MAINTAINED IN A MANNER TO DEVELOP THE DESIRED STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES AND DURABILITY OF THE CONCRETE. THE CURING METHOD SHALL KEEP THE CONCRETE MOIST FOR SEVEN DAYS MINIMUM. SLABS ON GRADE - MOISTEN SURFACE AND COVER WITH PLASTIC IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE CONCRETE IMMEDIATELY AFTER FINISHING. ALTERNATIVELY, APPLY A LIQUID MEMBRANE-FORMING CURING COMPOUND. LIQUID MEMBRANE-FORMING CURING COMPOUNDS SHALL BE COMPATIBLE WITH FUTURE FLOOR FINISHES OR BE REMOVED PRIOR TO APPLICATION OF THE FLOOR FINISHES. SPECIAL CURING PROCEDURES MAY BE ELIMINATED IF THE FORMS REMAIN IN CONTACT WITH THE CONCRETE FOR A MINIMUM OF 7 DAYS. 7.

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FASTENERS AND CONNECTIONS FASTENER BRAND AND TYPE ARE TO BE PER THE FASTENER SCHEDULE. REFER TO SCHEDULE FOR APPLICABLE NOTES. MINIMUM SPACING AND EDGE DISTANCE BETWEEN CENTER OF SCREWS IN COLD-FORMED SECTIONS IS TO BE THREE TIIMES THE SCREW DIAMETER. POWDER ACTUATED FASTENERS INTO CONCRETE -ALLOWABLE LOADS PER ICC REPORT# 1639 (RAMSET) -MIN. CONCRETE THICKNESS IS THREE TIMES THE FASTENER PENETRATION INTO CONCRETE -DO NOT DRIVE FASTENERS INTO CONCRETE UNTIL IT HAS REACHED ITS DESIGNATED DESIGN STRENGTH -HEAD OF FASTENER IS TO BE FULLY SEATED AGAINST FASTENED MATERIAL. POWDER ACTUATED FASTENERS INTO STEEL -ALLOWABLE LOADS PER ICC REPORT #ESR-1799 (RAMSET) -MIN EDGE DISTANCE = 1/2" -MINIMUM SPACING = 1" O.C. -HEAD OF INSTALLED FASTENER IS TO BE FULLY SEATED AGAINST FASTENED MATERIAL. DRILL-IN CONCRETE ANCHORS -SPACING AND EDGE DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS PER SCHEDULE. -THE CONTRACTOR IS TO VERIFY LOCATION OF PRESTRESSING STEEL AND CONVENTIONAL REINFORCEMENT PRIOR TO DRILLING.

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TAKE CONCRETE CYLINDERS AS REQUIRED. VERIFY SLUMP, STRENGTH, AIR CONTENT, PLACEMENT, AND TEMP. INSPECTION OF REINFORCING STEEL AT CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION, INCLUDING PLACEMENT OF REINFORCING STEEL FOR COVER, SIZE, LOCATION AND GRADE INSPECTION OF CONCRETE FOR PROPER PLACEMENT TECHNIQUES

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THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUPERVISE AND DIRECT HIS WORK AND HE SHALL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSTRUCTION MEANS, METHODS, TECHNIQUES, SEQUENCES AND PROCEDURES. PROVIDE ADEQUATE SHORING AND BRACING OF ALL STRUCTURAL MEMBERS DURING CONSTRUCTION. NOTIFY ENGINEER OF ALL FIELD CHANGES PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS FOR INFORMATION NOT COVERED BY THESE GENERAL NOTES OR THE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE DONE WITH MATERIALS, METHODS, AND WORKMANSHIP ACCEPTED AS GOOD PRACTICE BY THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AND IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE IBC AND STANDARDS REFERENCED THEREIN.

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NON-STRUCTURAL LIGHT GAUGE STEEL STUDS 1. NON-STRUCTURAL INTERIOR METAL STUD SYSTEMS ARE A DEFERRED SUBMITTAL. THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE CALCULATIONS AND SHOP DRAWINGS TO THE BUILDING OFFICIAL FOR APPROVAL. METAL STUD SHOP DRAWINGS CALCULATIONS SHALL BE STAMPED AND SIGNED BY A LICENSED STRUCTURAL ENGINEER IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. NON-STRUCTURAL INTERIOR METAL STUDS SHALL BE BRACED FOR 5 PSF MINIMUM LATERAL LOADING. PROVISION FOR POSSIBLE VERTICAL MOVEMENT OF FLOORS/ROOFS AT WALLS SHALL BE BY USE OF "SLIDE CLIPS" OR OTHER APPROVED HARDWARE THAT ACCOMODATES LATERAL MOVEMENT. FABRICATION AND ERECTION OF STRUCTURAL STEEL WELDING OF STRUCTURAL STEEL FOR SINGLE PASS FILLET WELDS < 5/16", AND FLOOR/ROOF DECK WELDS PERIODIC

SECTIONS 1905.9, 1905.10, 1914.7, AND 1914.8 TABLE 1704.3, ITEM 3 SECTION 1704.3 TABLE 1704.3, ITEM 5 TABLE 1704.3, ITEM 5 TABLE 1704.3, ITEM 6

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STRUCTURAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STEEL FABRICATION AND ERECTION OF STEEL SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION (AISC) STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS: 2. 1. 2. 3. MANUAL OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION, 13TH EDITION (ALLOWABLE STRESS DESIGN) CODE OF STANDARD PRACTICE FOR STEEL BUILDINGS AND BRIDGES, LATEST EDITION. SPECIFICATION FOR STRUCTURAL JOINTS USING ASTM A325 ORA490 BOLTS. 3.

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10. PIPES, DUCTS, SLEEVES, OPENINGS, POCKETS, CHASES, BLOCK-OUTS, ETC., SHALL NOT BE PLACED IN SLABS, FOUNDATIONS, ETC., NOR SHALL ANY STRUCTURAL MEMBER BE CUT FOR SUCH ITEMS, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY DETAILED ON THESE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS.

STRUCTURAL WELDING OF STRUCTURAL STEEL OTHER CONTINUOUS THAN SINGLE PASS WELDS <5/16" & FLOOR/ROOF DECK WELDS INSPECTION OF STEEL FRAME JOINT DETAILS FOR COMPLIANCE WITH APPROVED CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS A. DETAILS SUCH AS BRACING / STIFFENING B. MEMBER LOCATIONS C. APPLICATION OF JOINT DETAILS AT EA. CONNECTION INSPECTION OF HIGH-STRENGTH BOLTING A. BEARING TYPE CONNECTIONS B. SLIP-CRITICAL (SC) CONNECTIONS PERIODIC

11. ALTERNATE ASSEMBLIES AND MATERIALS WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR REVIEW. ENGINEER MAY REQUEST PAYMENT FOR REVIEW. 12. VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD AND PROVIDE ADEQUATE SHORING AND BRACING OF ALL STRUCTURAL MEMBERS DURING CONSTRUCTION. NOTIFY ENGINEER OF ALL FIELD CHANGES PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. DISCREPANCIES FOUND BETWEEN STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS ARE TO BE NOTED IN WRITING TO THE ENGINEER PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. JOBSITE SAFETY 1. THE ENGINEER AND/OR ARCHITECT HAVE NOT BEEN RETAINED OR COMPENSATED TO PROVIDE DESIGN AND/OR CONSTRUCTION REVIEW SERVICES RELATED TO THE CONTRACTOR'S SAFETY PRECAUTIONS OR TO MEANS, METHODS, TECHNIQUES, SEQUENCES OR PROCEDURES FOR THE CONTRACTOR TO PERFORM HIS WORK. THE UNDERTAKING OF PERIODIC SITE VISITS BY THE ENGINEER SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED AS SUPERVISION OF ACTUAL CONSTRUCTION NOR MAKE HIM RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING A SAFE PLACE FOR THE PER-FORMANCE OF WORK BY THE CONTRACTOR, SUBCONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS OR THEIR EMPLOYEES, OR FOR ACCESS, VISITS, USE, WORK, TRAVEL, OR OCCUPANCY BY ANY PERSON.

10. JOINTING: PROVIDE ADEQUATE JOINTING TO MINIMIZE EFFECTS OF VOLUME CHANGE. JOINTS SHOWN MAY BE ADJUSTED AT CONTRACTOR'S OPTION, WITH PRIOR APPROVAL FROM ENGINEER. 11. NON-SHRINK GROUT SHALL BE CEMENT BASED AND HAVE A MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF F'c = 5,000 PSI AT 28 DAYS WHEN TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM C109. 1 EPOXY ADHESIVES - CONCRETE 1. 2. 3. 4. EPOXY ADHESIVE SHALL BE HILTI HIT-RE 500-SD (ICC REPORT #ESR-2322) OR EQUAL APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER-OF-RECORD. INSTALLATION AND SPECIAL REQUIRED INSPECTION PER ICC REPORT. DO NOT DISTURB ROD BETWEEN SPECIFIED GEL TIME AND CURE TIME. CONTINUOUS SPECIAL INSPECTION OF INSTALLATION REQUIRED AT EPOXIED COMPONENTS.

STEEL SHALL CONFORM TO THE FOLLOWING STANDARDS: NON-STRUCTURAL COMPONENT ANCHORAGE TUBE COLUMNS ASTM A500, GRADE B (Fy = 46,000 PSI) WIDE FLANGE COLUMNS AND BEAMS ASTM A992 GR50 BRACE RODS ASTM A572 GR50 ALL OTHER STEEL ASTM A36 (Fy = 36,000 PSI) BOLTS ASTM A325 (STEEL-TO-STEEL CONNECTIONS) ASTM A307 (FASTENERS EMBEDED IN MASONRY) ALL ASTM A325 BOLTS SHALL BE ENGINEER APPROVED SELF LOAD INDICATING TYPES, AND SHALL BE INSTALLED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. STRUCTURAL STEEL WELDING 1. 2. CONFORM TO THE AWS CODES D1.1 AND D1.3., AND USE ONLY CERTIFIED WELDERS. WELDS NOT SPECIFIED ARE TO BE 1/4" CONTINUOUS FILLET MINIMUM. USE DRY E70 ELECTRODES. ALL FIELD WELDING TO BE DONE BY WABO CERTIFIED WELDERS. 1. 2. 3. 4. CONCRETE AND MASONRY REINFORCEMENT STEEL STRUCTURAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STEEL METAL STUDS AND JOISTS METAL DECK 1. NON-STRUCTURAL ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS REQUIRE SEISMIC BRACING IN ACCORDANCE WITH IBC CHAPTER 13. UNLESS SHOWN ON STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS, CALCULATIONS AND DETAILS OF CONSTRUCTION PREPARED BY AN ENGINEER LICENSED IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER OF RECORD.

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SHOP DRAWINGS SUBMIT TWO SETS OF PRINTS AND ONE SET OF REPRODUCIBLES FOR REVIEW PRIOR TO FABRICATION FOR THE FOLLOWING:

COLD-FORMED STEEL FRAMING WITHIN SEISMIC PERIODIC FORCE RESISTING SYSTEM INCLUDING SCREW FASTENING, BOLTING, ANCHORING TO CONCRETE, AND OTHER FASTENING COMPONENTS OF THE LATERALFORCE-RESISTING SYSTEM INCLUDING STRUTS, BRACES AND HOLDOWNS INSPECTION OF EPOXY PLACEMENT AND DRILLING OF HOLES FOR EPOXY-SECURED ANCHORS CONTINUOUS

REINFORCING STEEL 1. REFERENCE STANDARDS: ACI "DETAILING MANUAL" (SP-66); CRSI MANUAL OF STANDARD PRACTIVE (MSP-1) MATERIALS: REINFORCING STEEL, TYPICAL: ASTM A615, GRADE 60. REINFORCING STEEL INDICATED ON DRAWINGS "TO BE WELDED" SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A706, GRADE 60. 3. LAP SPLICES: LAP ALL CONTINUOUS REINFORCING BARS PER APPLICABLE SCHEDULE. PROVIDE CORNER BARS FOR ALL HORIZONTAL REINFORCEMENT.

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SUBMITTALS 1 SUBMIT THREE COPIES FOR REVIEW PRIOR TO FABRICATION FOR: A) CONCRETE DESIGN MIX - SEE CONCRETE NOTES B) CONCRETE INSERTS C) EPOXY ADHESIVES D) GROUT

FOUNDATION STRUCTURAL DESIGN COMPLIES WITH SOILS REPORT DATED FEBRUARY 28, 2007 BY GEOCON INLAND EMPIRE, INC. (PROJECT NO. T2411-22-01). FOOTING BEARING PRESSURE: ON STRUCTURAL FILL MATERIAL.........................................3,000 PSF LATERAL EARTH PRESSURES (ON RETAINING WALLS WHERE REQUIRED) 2.

WELDED HEADED STUDS 1. WELDED HEADED STUDS SHALL BE MADE FROM COLD DRAWN BAR STOCK CONFORMING TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF ASTM A108. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH AWS D1.1, SECTION 7. STUDS SHALL BE MANUFACTURED BY NELSON (OR APPROVED EQUAL). EMBEDMENT ANCHORS SHALL BE NELSON HEADED ANCHORS WITH FLUXED ENDS (OR APPROVED EQUAL). STUDS SHALL BE AUTOMATICALLY END WELDED WITH SUITABLE STUD WELDING EQUIPMENT IN THE SHOP ON SPACINGS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS. ALL WELDS SHALL BE MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE MANUFACTURER AND AWS D1.1 SECTION

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ABBREVIATIONS AB ALT APPROX. BTM/BOT BRG BTW B/T CJ CLR CMU COL CONC CONN CONST CONT CONTR CTR DCJ DET DIA DIAG DIM DL EA EF ELEV EQ EQUIP ES EW EXIST EXT FND FG FLFR FLG FLR FP FT FTG FS GA GALV GR HOR HT HSS ANCHOR BOLT ALTERNATE APPROXIMATE BOTTOM BEARING BETWEEN BETWEEN CONTROL JOINT CLEAR CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT COLUMN CONCRETE CONNECTION CONSTRUCTION CONTINUOUS CONTRACTOR CENTER DOWELED CONTROL JOINT DETAIL DIAMETER DIAGONAL DIMENSION DEAD LOAD EACH EACH FACE ELEVATION EQUAL EQUIPMENT EACH SIDE EACH WAY EXISTING EXTERIOR FOUNDATION FINISHED GRADE FLUSH FRAMED FLANGE FLOOR FULL PENETRATION FOOT FOOTING FAR SIDE GAUGE GALVANIZED GRADE HORIZONTAL HEIGHT HOLLOW STRUCT. SECTION IN INT JT LL LOC MAX MB MECH MFR MIN MISC NO NS NTS OC OH OPNG OSF PSF PSI R REF REINF REQ'D S SCH'D SEC SF SHT SIM SPA SPCS SPEC STND STL STRUCT T THK TOC TOD TOS TOW TS TYP UNO W/ WT INCH INTERIOR JOINT LIVE LOAD LOCATION MAXIMUM MACHINE BOLT MECHANICAL MANUFACTURER MINIMUM MISCELLANEOUS NUMBER NEAR SIDE NOT-TO-SCALE ON-CENTER OPPOSITE HAND OPENING OUTSIDE FACE POUNDS PER SQUARE FOOT POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH RADIUS REFERENCE REINFORCEMENT REQUIRED SLOPE SCHEDULED SECTION SQUARE FOOT SHEET SIMILAR SPACE SPACES SPECIFICATIONS STANDARD STEEL STRUCTURAL TOP THICK TOP OF CONCRETE TOP OF DECK TOP OF STEEL TOP OF WALL TUBE STEEL TYPICAL UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE WITH WEIGHT

ACTIVE PRESSURE FOR UNRESTRAINED WALLS.............. 35 PCF PASSIVE.............................................................................. PCF 300 COEFFICIENT OF BASE FRICTION.............................................. 0.4 1. SUBGRADE PREPARATION, DRAINAGE PROVISIONS, AND OTHER RELEVANT SOIL CONSIDERATIONS ARE TO BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SOILS REPORT IDENTIFIED ABOVE. 4.

3. MINIMUM CONCRETE COVER: CAST AGAINST EARTH: FOOTINGS......................................... 3 INCHES SLABS................................................INCHES 2 CAST AGAINST FORMED SURFACES: WEATHER FACE #5 BARS AND SMALLER............. 1-1/2 INCHES #6 BARS AND LARGER.............. 2 INCHES INTERIOR FACE SLABS AND WALLS..................... 3/4 INCH BEAMS AND COLUMNS............... 1-1/2 INCHES

2. THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER SHALL BE RETAINED TO PROVIDE OBSERVATION AND TESTING SERVICES DURING FOUNDATION SOILS EXCAVATION, BACKFILL, GRADING, COMPACTION AND SUBGRADE PREPARATIONS. THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER SHALL INSPECT, PROVIDE TEST REPORTS, AND PROVIDE A LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE TO THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT AND THE ENGINEER STATING THAT ALL FOUNDATION SOILS PREPARATION, EXCAVATION, BACKFILL, COMPACTION AND SUBGRADE PREPARATION IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SOILS REPORT PRIOR TO PLACEMENT OF FOUNDATION CONCRETE.

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S1 S2 S3.1 S3.2 S4 S5 S6 S7 GENERAL NOTES FOUNDATION PLAN FOUNDATION DETAILS FOUNDATION DETAILS (CONT.) MEZZANINE FRAMING PLAN STEEL AND METAL DECK DETAILS METAL STUD AND MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS METAL STUD DETAILS (CONT.)

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