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332 4th St RES18-0399 new home permit 4-19-2020 'Srv`'�' RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PERMIT NUMBER i�' \�f�jd CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH RES18-0399 \<.• 800 SEMINOLE ROAD ISSUED: 1/2/2019 "`< '; o ATLANTIC BEACH. FL 32233 EXPIRES: 7/1/2019 MUST CALL INSPECTION PHONE LINE (904) 247-5814 BY 4 PM FOR NEXT DAY INSPECTION. ALL WORK MUST CONFORM TO THE CURRENT 6TH EDITION (2017) OF THE FLORIDA BUILDING CODE, NEC, IPMC, AND CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CODE OF ORDINANCES . ALL CONDITIONS OF PERMIT APPLY, PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. NOTICE: In addition to the requirements of this permit,there may be additional restrictions applicable to this property that may be found in the public records of this county, and there may be additional permits required from other governmental entities such as water management districts,state agencies,or federal agencies. JOB ADDRESS: PERMIT TYPE: DESCRIPTION: VALUE OF WORK: 332 4TH ST RESIDENTIAL NEW SINGLE $699796.00 FAMILY RESIDENCE TYPE OF REAL ESTATE ZONING: BUILDING USE SUBDIVISION: CONSTRUCTION: NUMBER: GROUP: 169816 0000 ATLANTIC BEACH COMPANY: ADDRESS: CITY: STATE: ZIP: BOSCO BUILDING 2158 MAYPORT RD ATLANTIC BEACH FL 32233 CONTRACTORS OWNER: ADDRESS: CITY: STATE: ZIP: JOOST STEPHEN 10743 WAVERLY BLUFF WAY JACKSONVILLE FL 32223 WARNING TO OWNER: YOUR FAILURE TO RECORD A NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT MAY RESULT IN YOUR PAYING TWICE FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO YOUR PROPERTY. A NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT MUST BE RECORDED AND POSTED ON THE JOB SITE BEFORE THE FIRST INSPECTION. IF YOU INTEND TO OBTAIN FINANCING, CONSULT WITH YOUR LENDER OR AN ATTORNEY BEFORE RECORDING YOUR NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT. LIST OF CONDITIONS Roll off container company must be on City approved list. Container cannot be placed on City right-of-way. 1 PUBLIC WORKS DRIVEWAY APRON INFORMATIONAL Notes: All concrete driveway aprons must be 5 inches thick,4000 psi,with fibermesh from edge of pavement to the property line. Reinforcing rods or mesh are not allowed in the right-of-way. Issued Date: 1/2/2019 1 of 3 r,, ,�`'r'` RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PERMIT NUMBER r "" \ CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH RES18-0399 ,v 800 SEMINOLE ROAD ISSUED: 1/2/2019 Ac � EXPIRES: 7/1/2019 '' s' ATLANTIC BEACH. FL 32233 2 PUBLIC WORKS EROSION CONTROL INSTALLATION INFORMATIONAL Notes: Full erosion control measures must be installed and approved prior to beginning any earth disturbing activities. Contact the Inspection Line(904-247 -5814)to request an Erosion and Sediment Control Inspection prior to start of construction. 3 PUBLIC WORKS ON SITE RUNOFF INFORMATIONAL Notes: All runoff must remain on-site during construction. 4 PUBLIC WORKS POST CONSTRUCTION TOPO SURVEY INFORMATIONAL Notes: If on-site storage is required,a post construction topographic survey documenting proper construction will be required. All water runoff must go to retention area and retention overflow must run to street. 5 PUBLIC WORKS ROLL OFF CONTAINER INFORMATIONAL Notes: Roll off container company must be on City approved list(Advanced Disposal,Realco Recycling,Shapells,Inc.,Republic Services,Donovan Dumpsters, Phillips Containers,JDog/Dennis Junk Removal). Container cannot be placed on City right-of-way. 6 PUBLIC WORKS RIGHT OF WAY RESTORATION INFORMATIONAL Notes: Full right-of-way restoration,including sod,is required. 7 PUBLIC WORKS RUNOFF INFORMATIONAL Notes: All runoff must remain on-site. Cannot raise lot elevation. 8 PUBLIC UTILITIES UNDERGROUND WATER SEWER UTILITIES INFORMATIONAL Notes: Avoid damage to underground water and sewer utilities. Verify vertical and horizontal location of utilities. Hand dig if necessary. If field coordination is needed,call 247-5878. 9 PUBLIC UTILITIES METER BOX SEWER CLEAN OUT INFORMATIONAL Notes: Ensure all meter boxes,sewer cleanouts and valve covers are set to grade and visible. 10 PUBLIC UTILITIES RT1 SEWER CLEANOUT INFORMATIONAL Notes: A sewer cleanout must be installed at the property line. Cleanout must be covered with an RT1 concrete box with metal lid. Cleanout to be set to grade and visible. I ` DESCRIPTION ACCOUNT QUANTITY PAID AMOUNT BUILDING PERMIT 4S5-0000-322-1000 0 $2080.00 BUILDING PLAN CHECK 455-0000-322-1001 0 $1040.00 BUILDING PLAN REVIEW RESUBMITTAL SECOND 455-0000-322-1006 0 $50.00 CROSS CONNECTION 400-0000-343-3701 0 $50.00 PU REVIEW RESIDENTIAL BLDG 001-0000-329-1007 0 $50.00 Issued Date: 1/2/2019 2 of 3 rs� f1 RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PERMIT NUMBER '': CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH RES18-0399 ,ip ~ 800 SEMINOLE ROAD ISSUED: 1/2/2019 'zo;s»r ATLANTIC BEACH. FL 32233 EXPIRES: 7/1/2019 PW REVIEW BUILDING MOD OR ROW 001-0000-329-1004 0 $25.00 PW REVIEW RESIDENTIAL BLDG 001-0000-329-1004 0 $100.00 STATE DBPR SURCHARGE 455-0000-208-0700 0 $47.55 STATE DCA SURCHARGE 455-0000-208-0600 0 $31.70 ZONING REVIEW SINGLE AND TWO FAMILY USES 001-0000-329-1003 0 $50.00 TOTAL:$3,524.25 Issued Date: 1/2/2019 3 of 3 0 1A1.1:r City of Atlantic Beach APPLICATION NUMBER • ' Building Department (To be assigned by the Building Department.) 800 Seminole Road fe I 03 y r Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233-5445 0 • Phone(904)247-5826 •• Fax(904)247-5845 2 ;! t 1 E-mail: building-dept@coab.us Date routed: I City web-site: http://www.coab.us APPLICATION REVIEW AND TRACKING FORM Ll � Property Address: L532_ 1 De. . ment review required Yes No :uil: .• Applicant: 3OSC ' nin. &Zon'.• Tree Administrator / Project: v �'tA y Public loCorks Oitlic Utilities) Public Safety Fire Services Review fee $ Dept Signature Other Agency Review or Permit Required Review or Receipt Date of Permit Verified By Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection Florida Dept.of Transportation St.Johns River Water Management District Army Corps of Engineers Division of Hotels and Restaurants Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Other: APPLICATION STATUS Reviewing Department First Review: ❑Approved. Denied. ❑Not applicable (Circle one.) Comments: BUILDING PLANNING &ZONING Reviewed by:_nl "1 Date: /2^/ ?- TREE ADMIN. Second Review: A roved as revised. pp ❑Deni Not applicable PUBLIC WORKS Comments: PUBLIC UTILITIES PUBLIC SAFETY Reviewed by: 01 Date:/od-3/-/e FIRE SERVICES Third Review: ❑Approved as revised. ❑Deni . ❑Not applicable Comments: Reviewed by: Date: Revised 05/19/2017 OPY r '` Building Permit Application 12,$,1,t /) OFFICE C City of Atlantic Beach ',.._ur:»;- 800 Seminole Road,Atlantic Beach,FL 32233 Phone:(904)247-5826 Fax:(904)247-5845 /� Job Address: 332 4th.Street Permit Number: 12_e,s/g'- a3?7 Legal Description 5-69 16-2S-29E.175 Atlantic Beach Lot 11,PT Lot 13 RECD 0/R 17721-548 BLK 5 RE# 169816-0000 Valuation of Work(Replacement Cost)$699,796,000 Heated/Cooled SF 3597 Non-Heated/Cooled 729 • Class of Work(Circle one): MI Addition Alteration Repair Move Demo Pool Window/Door • Use of existing/proposed structure(s)(Circle one): Commercialesidentia • If an existing structure, is a fire sprinkler system installed?(Circle one): Yes No • Submit a Tree Removal Permit Application if any trees are to be removed or Affidavit of No Tree Removal Describe in detail the type of work to be performed: New Home Construction Custom Home Florida Product Approval#see attached for multiple products use product approval form Property Owner Information Name: Stephen Joost Address: 10743 Waverly Bluff Way City Jacksonville State FL Zip 32223 Phone 904-993-6942 E-Mail sjoost@firehousesubs.com n. P S o o s -r (a' ci,4look.. .o iv. Owner or Agent(If Agent, Power of Attorney or Agency Letter Required) n/a Contractor Information Name of Company: Bosco Building Contractors,Inc. Qualifying Agent: Todd A Bosco Address 2158 Mayport RoadJacksonville City State FL Zip 32233 Office Phone 904-241-0326 Job Site/Contact Number 904-233-0904 State Certification/Registration# CBC 1250212 E-Mail todd@boscocbc.com Architect Name&Phone# Harleston G.Parked,R.A. 904-962-6368 Engineer's Name&Phone# Alexander Grace Consulting, Inc. 904-241-8010 Workers Compensation Lease Employes 8/15/2019 Exempt/Insurer/Lease Employees/Expiration Date Application is hereby made to obtain a permit to do the work and installations as indicated. I certify that no work or installation has commenced prior to the issuance of a permit and that all work will be performed to meet the standards of all the laws regulationg construction in this jurisdiction. I understand that a separate permit must be secured for ELECTRICAL WORK, PLUMBING,SIGNS, WELLS, POOLS, FURNACES, BOILERS, HEATERS,TANKS,and AIR CONDITIONERS,etc. NOTICE: In addition to the requirements of this permit,there may be additional restrictions applicable to this property that may be found in the public records of this county,and there may be additional permits required from other governmental entities such as water management districts,state agencies,or federal agencies. OWNER'S AFFIDAVIT:I certify that all the foregoing information is accurate and that all work will be done in compliance with all applicable laws regulating construction and zoning. WARNING TO OWNER: YOUR FAILURE TO RECORD A NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT MAY RESULT IN YOUR PAYING TWICE FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO YOUR PROPERTY. IF YOU INTEND TO OBTAIN FINANCING, CONSULT WITH YOUR LENDER OR AN ATTORNEY BEFORE RECORDING YOUR OTICE OF COMMENCEMENT. L---X _7 ature of Owner or Agent) (Signature of Contractor) (including contractor) Signed and sworn to(or affirmed) before e this 3 day of Signed and sworn to(or affir fore n e this 33 day of prz.c&"nbv , '201 8 ,by kit 4\Q.. c s - ric-w,% r, 20 it, , bA . IJa (Signature of Notary) (Signature of Notary) •:, . Denise A.Ennis ----- 1./) Darras A Emil — IA-�j Personally Known OR NOTARY PUBUC Personally Known OR NOTARY PUBUC [ ]Produced Identification _� STATE OF FLORIDA Produced Identificatio ..'r Type of Identification: o"`, r-Canxn#FF966426 [ ) _ll '' STATE OF FLORIDA YP Type of Identification: t, ,_ _• Expires 3/1/2020 • --� 1 Expires 3/1/2020 r Lp� Revision Request/Correction to Comments **ALL INFORMATION ^�?� �' `� HIGHLIGHTED IN A_ City of Atlantic Beach Building Department GRAY IS REQUIRED. "' ~` 800 Seminole Rd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 °f''v Phone: (904) 247-5826 Email: Building-Dept@coab.us PERMIT#: GSl B —039C r Revision to Issued Permit OR 0 Corrections to Comments Date: /.2-18'-/e7 Project Address: ` 91. St Contractor/Contact Name., /6)6 v /0 ea(o Contact Phone: /U"/ - 2V/-032. v Email: add 0 A(SCG C,LC. C 0"I Description of Proposed Revision/Corrections: PI*De C4Nnt S G7J o24J%Nc $ 'uov/Jft p3 ing-Tliel 2ao,,i�6 /)0 Cf 4 67 au(0 at PF/A4 G /n OOir 6 c—v affirm the revision/correction to comments is inclusive of the proposed changes. (printed name) • ill proposed revision/corrections add additional square footage to original submittal? -No Yes(additional s.f.to be added: ) • ill proposed revision/corrections add additional increase in building value to original submittal? No rl*Yes (additional increase in building value:$ / (Contractor must sign if Increase in valuation) i *Signature of Contractor/Agent: \ .t - (Office Use Only) Approved ❑ Denied ❑ Not Applicable to Department Permit Fee Due$ 5O,c..(/ Revision/Plan Review Comments De.• •. -it Review Required: Building . rn .1.. -g-&Zoning Reviewed By Tree Administrator Public Works Public Utilities . j2-'3/—i ey Public Safety Date Fire Services Updated 10/17/18 ___.:._.. _. _. _._.._. _wLL . .___... _ -.... , f CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH y .,_ I �sJ 800 Seminole Road r '" _ Atlantic Beach,Florida 32233 J;� Telephone(904)247-5800 if FAX(904)247-5845 -`..tD.H19' (2, sty-0 Zq REVISION REQUEST SHEET OR c1 CORRECTIONS TO REVIEW COMMENT Date: f,2 0' /B Received by: Resubmitted: Permit N ber: Original Plans Examiner:MIKV 3040 62iitt4 efliDdritProject Name: ,QQS 1 ' CA 1 IDN CC Project Address: 33Z 44'1 $t ,q-t"ttfW1L 6e-tie/4- FL 32-z Contractor: gOSC9 80 I W I Nca cØMA- i Contact Name: -Mob .t4, voS C° Contact Phone : qoq_ 2/(— 0'32 o Contact e-mail: -65co dx,.Cow* Revision/Plan Check/Permit Fee (s)Due: $ ©--- Description of Proposed Revision to Existing Permit: 2QNI4C — itg40-r a. Cis r e%itemez+ .coil1) - c G- OA,QCA1 lYtll CA IN C, -- 4t/Wu/44- 5 eO n eGc ce aeror — / e 6"Es .}v1 e 1 Additional Increase in Building Value: $ Additional S.F. Site Plan Revised: Public W/U Approval: By signing below. I(print na e) —tom J4 60(0 affirm that the above revision is inclusive oft - . .%s:i ch. !,-s. Si0/ A# - /2,71-06 . " re of w: t 1 ;1 r\,6j j/ \i�� CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH .;-.) 800 SEMINOLE ROAD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 , (904) 247-5800 \.f.')1119 'r= BUILDING REVIEW COMMENTS Date: 12/14/2018 Permit#: RES18-0399 Site Address: 332 4TH ST Review Status: denied RE#: 169816 0000 Applicant: BOSCO BUILDING CONTRACTORS Property Owner:JOOST STEPHEN Email:TODD@BOSCOCBC.COM Email: sjoostfirehousesubs.com Phone: 9042410320 Phone: 9044228060 THIS REVIEW IS ONE OF MULTIPLE DEPARTMENT REVIEWS. Revisions may not be submitted until ALL departments have completed their respective reviews. Revisions submitted MUST respond to EACH department review. Submittals that respond to only one or a few correction items will not be accepted. Correction Comments: ��•1. 4-c ie of the Manual S Compliance Re.. i . - 1 --• -. .. -: •. ! :._ . • _ .7.• -- __ : -. . • • .I "°. .p - -- • • • •• • ' -. : .' .. . terns \. - _: :•-• . - - .. . . • - - : : •• . • i , • • . • -• • 1 Ii .• •• - 0 c� Akf) 4. - : •= - . . . . . . . •- . _'. '• •• ._ • . :. . . . -d rti • f: • -f: : : : : '• • . . . . . •• • • • - • • - - •-- - - . gs. • 5. • _ • •- . ; ••• . . • '. • • •. • - . . - • . - . . -•.- tis not acceptable. ps rtents-want-to-be-sure_tha i - i .meowner desi:ners elect ' '. •. .1 e on the same page b re we arrive at an electric rough-in inspection; and definitely not wait for the final electrical inspecti•gyp- is ountertops-an1 lash/walls are in need . . . .- - - . .cle spacing. I want to view ' 1- • - - • . - , . . . • • - .r•1.�.•s.c..•. • . •. '• -. 6. T - - . - l'- -'. . - • . ' • .•i - •- - - "• d--Ct. needed-te-be-signet yy1 ' 12- 3" Building Mike Jones Building Inspector/Plans Examiner City of Atlantic Beach 800 Seminole Road Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 904.247.5844 L in A • I 2e V ter) 2e C 0-1,30-y, fr /14 F/V- AVY Email:mjones@coab.us 01J r City of Atlantic Beach APPLICATION NUMBER :3S Building Department (To be assigned by the Building Department.) A 1£ 800 Seminole Road Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233-5445 e S — QJ/7 Phone(904)247-5826• Fax(904)247-5845 t i t Z E-mail: building-dept@coab.us Date routed: I g City web-site: http://www.coab.us APPLICATION REVIEW AND TRACKING FORM Property Address: :532- 1 De• ment review required Yes No :uild'.• Applicant: BOSC • . nin. &Zon•.• � J Tree Administrator /i Project: e iAJ SP y ry) Public Utilities) Public Safety Fire Services =WN Dept Signature` Other Agency Review or Permit Required Review or Receipt Date of Permit Verified By Florida Dept.of Environmental Protection Florida Dept. of Transportation St.Johns River Water Management District Army Corps of Engineers Division of Hotels and Restaurants Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Other: APPLICATION STATUS)Zfenied. / Reviewing Department First Review: ['Approved. D ['Not applicable (Circle one.) Comments: Need , A /C BUILDING Ge 191', �J vr�f`''�n PLANNING &ZONING Reviewed Date: 7^ TREE ADMIN. Second Review: /(A roved as revised. Review: ?Approved ❑Denied. ❑Not applicable PUBLIC WORKS Comments:AA / Gved c irct 'e (0'c4f-i moi, 4 a k lce,e PUBLIC UTILITIES PUBLIC SAFETY Reviewed by:�� — Date: I Z-Z(- FIRE SERVICES Third Review: ❑Approved as revised. ❑Denied. ❑Not applicable Comments: Reviewed by: Date: Revised 05/19/2017 CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH 800 Seminole Road t°'' . .I �;' Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233 - r Telephone(904)247-5800 \\ FAX(904)247-5845 REVISION REQUEST SHEET OR ��I CORRECTIONS TO REVIEW COMMENT Date: �..Z U /, Received by: Resubmitted: Permit Nu ber: Original Plans Examiner:1'41 34:we BR.tM+ $140614Project Name: )0CS T 'Iasi I)0IiC(% Project Address: 33Z 4411 St 4:}-{'t J1L. 6e/leg- FL Y2 .33 Contractor: 80SCb B%I(-O II(t rpoContact Name: TWt 11, VOSCO Contact Phone : q6(4- 2.4(- o320 Contact e-mail: -Ccav Q ft Sco ec.-cr.)r Revision/Plan Check/Permit Fee(s) Due: $ Description of Proposed Revision to Existing Permit: Z OA 1146) — 44fiNtfr at, CAo-c uterne-e s 4/27.x u9Tn _ 6ArtAc Q ticAT t 15V(LOINCi — vM- 5 Coen PGt Ce (ZQ a -- / ems 4 2a i • Additional Increase in Building Value: $ fa Additional S.F. Site Plan Revised: Public W/U Approval: By signing below. I(print na e) J4 66T C O affirm that the above revision is inclusive oft - . ,,•,s; cha es. Si, /272V/61 . re of~• ractor/Agent(Contractor must sign if increase in valuation) Date Office Use Only Date: _ Approved: _ Rejected: N/A to Dept: Plan Review Comments: AA lOvecj Jccie-c,ye 1'p GCf•o0vt�d .te free /l D-ye,-( f}/C rt c. ©r, er.i- De artment review required Yes No Building ____,, 2,____ _______ Pt-rtning &Zonin• - Tree Adminis - . Plans Examiner Fub Ic Works / 2 -2 ( _ Publico_ e y Fire Services Date Created 5/13/17 Rev.4 -j!.,:L`J C4 CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH ka`�� , 800 SEMINOLE ROAD \!� =" ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 N (904) 247-5800 ZONING REVIEW COMMENTS Date: 12/17/2018 Permit#: RES18-0399 Site Address: 332 4TH ST Review Status: DENIED RE#: 169816 0000 Applicant: BOSCO BUILDING CONTRACTORS Property Owner:JOOST STEPHEN Email: TODD@BOSCOCBC.COM Email: Phone: 9042410320 Phone: 9044228060 THIS REVIEW IS ONE OF MULTIPLE DEPARTMENT REVIEWS. Revisions may not be submitted until ALL departments have completed their respective reviews. Revisions submitted MUST respond to EACH department review. Submittals that respond to only one or a few correction items will not be accepted. Correction Comments: JHeight of Garage: Please provide the height of the detached garage measured from grade. JMechanical Equipment: Section 24-83(c) prohibits A/C and other mechanical equipment within the 5 foot side yard setback when adjacent to the living area of the neighboring property. Please show that this requirement is being met or revise plans accordingly. Tree Protection Barricades: Please install protective barricades around all trees being preserved in accordance with Section 23-32 prior to construction. Information comments: Slab Survey: A survey showing FFE and all setbacks will be required prior to the slab inspection. Resubmittal Notes: All revisions and changes shall clearly stand out from the rest of the drawing on the sheet as a revision by way of completely encircling the change with "clouding". The revision shall also be identified as to the sequence of revision by indicating a triangle with the revision sequence number within it and located adjacent to the cloud. The revision date and revision sequence number shall also be indicated in a conspicuous location in the title block for each sheet on which a revision for that sequence occurs. For projects still in the initial review stage and permit pending, all sheets with I revisions shall be inserted into each set of drawings. The original sheets must be clearly marked "VOID" but are to be left within the set of drawings. Complete new sets of drawings will not be accepted.ADDITIONAL ITEMS MAY BE REQUIRED DEPENDING UPON NEW INFORMATION AND CLARITY OF FINAL PLANS SUBMITTED FOR REVIEW. City of Atlantic Beach APPLICATION NUMBER rjs ? & Building Department r p )15; 800 Seminole Road � �N v (To be assigned by the Building Department.) .; r Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233-5445 j� r Phone(904)247-5826 • Fax(904) -584w- J 201$ t s) E-mail: building-dept@coab.us 6 Date routed: 2( I:1 /! D City web-site: http://www.coab.us --. APPLICATION REVIEW AND TRACKING FORM Property Address: 33 Z De• : ment review required Yes No :uild',• Applicant: 13O3C U .nnin• &Zon'•• Tree Administrator Project: e S It ('] Public Works Public Utilities Public Safety Fire Services Other Agency Review or Permit Required Review or Receipt Date of Permit Verified By Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection Florida Dept. of Transportation St.Johns River Water Management District Army Corps of Engineers Division of Hotels and Restaurants Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Other: APPLI ION STATUS Reviewing Department First Review: Approved. ❑Denied. ❑Not licable (Circle one.) Comments: �" BUILDING ?Wm -�ou ta✓9Q -17) LaSQA7-6ke.- PLANNING &ZONING Reviewed by: -.mate: /Z/O—/eK TREE ADMIN. Second Review: A roved as revised. ❑ pp ❑Denied. Not applicable PUBLIC WORKS Comments: PUBLIC UTILITIES PUBLIC SAFETY Reviewed by: Date: FIRE SERVICES Third Review: ❑Approved as revised. ❑Denied. ['Not applicable Comments: Reviewed by: Date: Revised 05/19/2017 r le ' ? CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH J� 1-,. ;•• , .` � DEC 2013 800 Seminole Road S ; ;'J1 Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233 t' r'*.': . ;� BY .J Telephone(904)247-5800 V FAX(904)247-5845 r-Jl3! REVISION REQUEST SHEET OR (Z �� 3�� CORRECTIONS TO REVIEW COMMENT Date: /2 B /3 Received by: Resubmitted: Permit Nu ber: Original Plans Examiner:11410 JOJe 621474 6(Project Name: BOOST eksi PCAice Project Address: 332_ /W7 5t .41-- 1L eeyieo4- FC 32z Contractor: 80S63 130 lA l r1Ct .i1(AC 0)44, Contact Name: '1DD 11, $OSLO Contact Phone : .60(4- 2'1(- 0320 Contact e-mail: -6cla Q risco 6c-co.r, Revision/Plan Check/Permit Fee(s) Due: $ Description of Proposed Revision to Existing Permit: Z6i l((t , — ASE'r or. Cisecr — 6--GAitemcwr 2anociiTl) -614aAc.G, execAT00, VO LD IN CI — M1Wu/1-t_ 5 e6 fGc c e ra,L% — / C6-€s . 14ea1 Additional Increase in Building Value: $ ail Additional S.F. Site Plan Revised: Public W/U Approval: By signing below. I(print na e) -16t J4 156C0 affirm that the above revision is inclusive oft - . •.s:' cha es. /2zai8 Sitre of -• ractor/Agent(Contractor must sign if increase in valuation) Date Office Use Only Date: Approved: Rejected: N/A to Dept: Plan Review Comments: of mod I ow le, 4 Last4 C, De•artment review required Yes No1)Z1--- I --- __Ye..___ ---- fii 13_ i sing 4 " -nning &Zonin• 11111111111.111 -- ;�� Plans Examiner Pubic Works j Z--z_7- 4•ublic Utilities _- — _ - Date Crested 5113/17 Rev.4 ` City of Atlantic Beach • PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT 902 Assisi Lane Jacksonville, FL 32233 (904)247-5834 NEW WATER / SEWER TAP REQUEST Date /2-10 -/ Service Address 3 3 Z_ 4i 5 -72._ CT- Number of Units Commercial Residential V Multi-Family New Water Tap(s) & Meter(s) Meter Size(s) `. New Irrigation Meter Upgrade Existing Meter from to (size) New Reclaim Water Meter Size New Connection to City Sewer Applicant Name Billing Address City State Zip Phone Email Applicant Signature CITY STAFF USE ONLY Application# IP - 1.510 RJte 14044 Water System Development Charge $ Sewer System Development Charge $ Water Meter Only $ Reclaim Meter Only $ Water Meter Tap $ Sewer Tap $ Cross Connection $ Sb CLQ Other $ TOTAL $ 50► (Notes) APPROVED am Date / Pu lic Utilities Director or Authorized Signature ALL TAP REQUESTS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT BEFORE FEES CAN BE ASSESSED : w , Revision Request/Correction to Comments **ALL INFORMATION HIGHLIGHTED IN - ' City of Atlantic Beach Building Department GRAY IS REQUIRED. 800 Seminole Rd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 �°"'r Phone: (904) 247-5826 Email: Building-Dept@coab.us PERMIT#:�Cp ) G 63C lig4.d‘. ._ drr ElRevision to Issued Permit OR ©Corrections to Comments Date: 47ziec/C.,,,g Project Address: 3. f /1.4/7. 7 Akar: ,f9/ii<14-- 3,7a.13 Contractor/Contact Name: 6 - Contact Phone: (qotf) 37" -91✓6C-) Email: Iw go,t0 0C 4 Description of Proposed Revision/Corrections: ,d9 dior_ 2!) /. d'ird% lir{ Co® I z /7�hI affirm the revision/correction to comments is inclusive of the proposed changes. (printed name) • Wi roposed revision/corrections add additional square footage to original submittal? No Ill Yes(additional s.f.to be added: ) •Ig' proposed revision/corrections add additional increase in building v o original submittal? Ig No ®*Yes(additional increase in building value:$ )(Contractor must sign if increase in valuation) *Signature of Contractor/Agent: `...ar (Office Use Only) Approved ❑ Denied ❑ Not Applicable to Department Permit Fee Due$ Revision/Plan Review Comments flaps- - U11 `V"JP.- Lc -k.LkQi /17' ' Department Review Required: � Building /)Z Planning&Zoning Reviewed By Tr-- e...'.'strator Public Wor P blic Utilities /2-to ---1 k Public Safety CEIVEU Date Fire Services Updated 10/17/18 DEC 7 2018 S.a,I City of Atlantic Beach �� APPLICATION NUMBER ,_"r N3� Building Department (To be assigned by the Building Department.) K,,,,_ r� 800 Seminole Road ilsePIVE-1 ` � ��. Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233-5445e 7 ._ Phone (904)247-5826 • Fax(904) 247-58455 ' / j "!o;ti�� E-mail: building-dept@coab.us i' 2018 Date routed: l z 4f / E City web-site: http://www.coab.us �� APPLICATION REVIEW ANDTRACKING FORM Property Address: ,� ` r ,aI De aliment review required Yes No uild. Applicant: 0SC Planning & ings Zon Tree Administrator Project: C'i.(-.) E gt y Publ. rics Public Utilities Public Safety Fire Services Review fee $ Dept Signature Other Agency Review or Permit Required Review or Receipt Date of Permit Verified By_ Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection Florida Dept. of Transportation St. Johns River Water Management District Army Corps of Engineers Division of Hotels and Restaurants Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Other: APPLICATION STATUS Reviewing Department First Review: IXApproved. I 'Denied. Not applicable (Circle one.) Comments: BUILDING F\CVAS'tDO a�9>? Q,'- -- PLANNING & ZONING /0 (-- ` Reviewed by: �� .- , _ .. -,. Date:/-Z le /1,✓ TREE ADMIN. Second Review: Approved as revised. (Denied. I INot applicable PUBLIC WORKS Comments: PUBLIC UTILITIES PUBLIC SAFETY Reviewed by: Date: FIRE SERVICES Third Review: [Approved as revised. ❑Denied. I INot applicable Comments: Reviewed by: Date: Revised 05/19/2017 Vit). ITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH J ` DEC 2 6 201$ 800 Seminole Road I P, Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233 *- BY:_ Telephone(904)247-5800 0 ,V - FAX(904)247-5845 REVISION REQUEST SHEET OR CORRECTIONS TO REVIEW COMMENT Date: / 2 U /e5 Received by: Resubmitted: Permit Nu ber: Original Plans Examiner:I'4I((.k 304e Ba1 $1406(Project Name: )0CST 12LSi I)C-�VCg Project Address: 33 Z 44'1 St Ait41c_ ( f4- F(- 32233 Contractor: 805CO 1301(4INC), ( b 47 Contact Name: 1wfb , gOSCO Contact Phone : 06(4- vi(- o3z o Contact e-mail: -zca0© Pisco Revision/Plan Check/Permit Fee(s) Due: $ Description of Proposed Revision to Existing Permit: ZGM(4 — 44-Agtf-r OF AQP eo.uterncriT 442toc,1Trb _ 6100.AcG. execAr00. (f�l Let IN r; — M,/l .0-(_ 5 e6in tact Ceactio — e W2a 1 Additional Increase in Building Value: $ Additional S.F. Site Plan Revised: Public W/U Approval: By signing below. I(print na e) L$ 6QS C 0 affirm that the above revision is inclusive oft •%s: cha es. /2/Z 0/6' Sit re of • tactor/Agent g (Contractor must sign if increase in valuation) Date Office Use Only Date: _ Approved: Rejected: N/A to Dept: 17 Plan Review Comments: Plans -bo lary, kis Lase -Wee, De.artment review required Yes No 1 Biting I. I .0 , - - 4 ' .ening &Zonin. - •, _ _- Plans Examiner 4 Fuld is war S J d ublic Utilities _- — 6 IP Mismia Fire Services Date Created 5/13/17 Rev.4 r. . Revision Request/Correction to Comments **ALL INFORMATION 11, HIGHLIGHTED IN 3City of Atlantic Beach Building Department GRAY IS REQUIRED. 800 Seminole Rd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 Phone: (904) 247-5826 Email: Building-Dept@coab.us PERMIT#:Pes-1i-a37 7 ,9k4 .j r5 El Revision to Issued Permit OR El Corrections to Comments Date: /.�Ze4Gcc (v� /�S Project Address: 3.377 /v $ /L 7, r Jiirx lall/� /2 �i 3 Contractor/Contact Name: 4O ,4, -.4 ( 2. 11i ro.e5 (/L- Contact Phone: (90L) ( 37- 336v Email: , goJ 6' 4 Description of Proposed Revision/Corrections: .d° diOr.- /4,14 errr Co® (needed Plays -6- PW I � hI affirm the revision/correction to comments is inclusive of the proposed changes. (printed name) • Wi roposed revision/corrections add additional square footage to original submittal? No J Yes(additional s.f.to be added: ) • ' proposed revision/corrections add additional increase in building v- •: o original submittal? No ®*Yes (additional increase in building value:$ )(contractor must sign if increase in valuation) *Signature of Contractor/Agent: 4•Nie (Office Use Only) Approved ❑ Denied ❑ Not Applicable to Department Permit Fee Due$ Revision/Plan Review Comments ?to'is -0 taf,9e, - Lasw--�Lne-- r Department Review Required: `�/' Building 1/4... f__.( Planning&Zoning Reviewed By Tr-- e...'.'strator Public Work ^ /P blit Utilities E ���� /2 (✓J —`/ Public Safety Date Fire Services 11 DEC 7 2018 0 Updated 10/17/18 BY r 1�• , Comp. By: SIW Date: 12/10/2018 r �_Jii >� Public Works Department City of Atlantic Beach Permit No: Poo118-0004 Address: 1665 Selva Marina Drive Required Storage Volume Criteria: Section 24-66 of the City of Atlantic Beach's Zoning, Subdivsion, and Land Development Regulations requires that the difference between the pre-and postdevelopment volume of stormwawter runoff be stored on site. Volume of Runoff is defined as follows: V=CAR/12 Where: V=Volume of Runoff C =Coefficient of Runoff A=Area of lot in square feet R=25-yr/24-hr rainfall depth (9.3-inches for Atlantic Beach) Predevelopment Runoff Volume: Lot Area (A) = 7,632 ft2 Runoff Coefficient Area Lot Area Description (ft2) (ft2) "C" Wtd "C" Impervious 3,417 7,632 1.00 0.45 Pervious 4,215 7,632 0.20 0.11 Runoff Coefficient(C)= 0.56 Runoff Volume V= 0.56 x 7,632 x 9.3 / 12 V= 3,302 ft3 Postdevelopment Runoff Volume: Lot Area (A) = 7,632 ft2 Runoff Coefficient Area Lot Area Description (ft2) (ft2) "C" Wtd "C" Impervious 3,608 7,632 1.00 0.47 %ISA = 47.3% Pervious 4,024 7,632 0.20 0.11 Runoff Coefficient(C) = 0.58 Runoff Volume V= 0.58 x 7,632 x 9.3 I 12 V= 3,420 ft3 Required Storage Volume DV= Postdevelopment Runoff Volume- Predevelopment Runoff Volume DV= 3,420 - 3,302 DV= 118 ft3 Retention MASTER WATER RETENTION 12/10/2018 Comp. By: S/W r:•ti" �Is\ Date: 12/10/2018 Public Works Department City of Atlantic Beach Permit No: Pool18-0004 Address: 1665 Selva Marina Drive Provided Storage: Elevation Area Storage (ft) (ft) (ft3) 0.0 0 0 BOTTOM size 0.0 0 0 TOB size Elevation Area Storage (ft) (ft2) (ft3) 0.0 0 0 BOTTOM 0.0 0 0 TOB Elevation Area Storage (ft) (ft) (ft3) 0.0 0 0 BOTTOM 0.0 0 0 TOB Inground storage=A`d"pf A=Area= 0.0 d=depth to ESHWT= 8.0 pf= pore factor= 0.3 Inground Storage= 0.0 ft3 Required Treatment Volume= ft3 Does not require water retention Supplied Treatment Volume= 0 ft3 I I Retention MASTER WATER RETENTION 12/10/2018 „,LAV) REVOCABLE ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT 0, �l **ALL INFORMATION City of Atlantic Beach v., . 800 Seminole Road,Atlantic Beach,FL 32233 HIGHLIGHTED IN GRAY \(----- F�-. IS REQUIRED. t.• REVOCABLE ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT by the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida,a municipal corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Florida, hereinafter referred to as"CITY”and Stephen Joost of Atlantic Beach, Florida, hereinafter referred to as"USER". WITNESSETH: That the CITY does hereby grant the USER permission on a revocable basis as described herein the right to enter upon the property for the purpose as described in the City of Atlantic Beach. This work is generally described as new custom home construction 33 Z Lk., S+• Any facility maintained, repaired, erected, and/or installed in the exercise of the privilege granted remains subject to relocation or removal on thirty(30)days'notice by CITY to USER,said notice to USER shall be given by certified mail,return receipt requested,to the following address 10743 Waverly Bluff Way Jacksonville,FL 32223 • In the event it is necessary for the CITY or the City's approved representative or other franchised utility to enter upon the above described easement or property of the CITY, the USER shall replace at the USER's sole expense, any and all material necessarily displaced during the action of maintaining, repairing, operating, replacing or adding to of the utilities and facilities of the CITY or franchise utility provider. • The facilities allowed by the permit shall meet the current requirements of the City Code, Building Codes, Land Development Code and all other land use and code requirements of the CITY, including City Code Section 19-7(h) which states"Driveways that cross sidewalks: City sidewalks may not be replaced with other materials, but must be replaced with smooth concrete left natural in color so that it matches the existing and adjoining sidewalks." • The USER, prior to making any changes from the approved plans and/or method, must obtain written approval from the City of Atlantic Beach Public Works Department, for said change within 30 days after the day of completion. • This permit shall inure to the benefit of, and be binding upon, the USER and their respective successors and assigns. • USER shall meet the terms and conditions of this permit and to all of the applicable State and CITY laws and/or specifications, to include utilities locate requirements and use limitations/requirements of easements, public right-of-ways and other public land. USER further agrees that the CITY and its officers and employees shall be saved harmless by the USER from any of the work herein under the terms of this permit and that all of said liallit.s a e hereby assumed by the USER. ' Date ,/.2-3 -/(5' Property • , er/Agent(signed in presence of Notary Public) STATE OF FLORIDA,COUNTY OF DUVAL The foregoing instrument was acknowledged this 3 day of £ce*+nia•ce , 20 by tt c..c 1R. V0D-3+ , who personally appeared before me and (printed name of Signer) acknowledged that he/she signed the instrument voluntarily for the purpose expressed in it. Denise A.Ennis Department .provel: I. NOTARY PUBLIC Signature of Notary Public,State of Florida :� :_STATE OF FLORIDA 4e] Personally Known �.'s" 0: Come FF966426 ,-iii/ _ [ ]Produced Identification(Type) Expires 3/1/2020 Scott illiams,_Public Or/ Director H:\Applications&Forms\Word Documents\20180831 Revocable Encroachment Agreement.docx Revision Date:8/31/18 Building Permit Application City of Atlantic Beach Updated 12/8/17 r 1.. j �` •-...L.519- 800 Seminole Road,Atlantic Beach,FL 32233 Phone:(904)247-5826 Fax:(904)247-5845 Q� /� Job Address: 332 4th.Street Permit Number: ) eS/U - 63? Legal Description 5-69 16-2S-29E.175 Atlantic Beach Lot 11,PT Lot 13 RECD O/R 17721-548 BLK 5 RE# 169816-0000 Valuation of Work(Replacement Cost)$699,796,000 Heated/Cooled SF 3597 Non-Heated/Cooled 729 • Class of Work(Circle one): arl Addition Alteration Repair Move Demo Pool Window/Door • Use of existing/proposed structure(s)(Circle one): Commercial cesidentiD • If an existing structure,is a fire sprinkler system installed?(Circle one): Yes No ©L► • Submit a Tree Removal Permit Application if any trees are to be removed or Affidavit of No Tree Removal Describe in detail the type of work to be performed: New Home Construction Custom Home Florida Product Approval#see attached for multiple products use product approval form Property Owner Information Name: Stephen Joost Address: 10743 Waverly Bluff Way City Jacksonville State FL Zip 32223 Phone 904-993-6942 E-Mail sjoost@firehousesubs.com Owner or Agent(If Agent,Power of Attorney or Agency Letter Required) n/a Contractor Information Name of Company: Bosco Building Contractors, Inc. Qualifying Agent: Todd A Bosco Address 2158 Mayport Road City Jacksonville State FL Zip 32233 Office Phone 904-241-0326 Job Site/Contact Number 904-233-0904 State Certification/Registration# CBC 1250212 E-mail todd@boscocbc.com Architect Name&Phone It Harleston G.Parked,R.A. 904-962-6368 Engineer's Name& Phone# Alexander Grace Consulting,Inc. 904-241-8010 Workers Compensation Lease Employes 8/15/2019 Exempt/Insurer/Lease Employees/Expiration Date Application is hereby made to obtain a permit to do the work and installations as indicated. I certify that no work or installation has commenced prior to the issuance of a permit and that all work will be performed to meet the standards of all the laws regulationg construction in this jurisdiction. I understand that a separate permit must be secured for ELECTRICAL WORK,PLUMBING,SIGNS, WELLS, POOLS, FURNACES,BOILERS, HEATERS,TANKS,and AIR CONDITIONERS,etc. NOTICE: In addition to the requirements of this permit,there may be additional restrictions applicable to this property that may be found in the public records of this county,and there may be additional permits required from other governmental entities such as water management districts,state agencies,or federal agencies. OWNER'S AFFIDAVIT:I certify that all the foregoing information is accurate and that all work will be done in compliance with all applicable laws regulating construction and zoning. WARNING TO OWNER: YOUR FAILURE TO RECORD A NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT MAY RESULT IN YOUR PAYING TWICE FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO YOUR PROPERTY. IF YOU INTEND TO OBTAIN FINANCING, CONSULT WITH YOUR LENDER OR AN ATTORNEY BEFORE RECORDING YOUR ► OTICE OF COMMENCEMENT. /F : ature of Owner or Agent) (Signature of Contractor) (including contractor) Signed and sworn to(or affirmed)before e this 3 day of Signed and sworn to(or affir fore le this�3 day of �¢c�e++rllav' 'gal g ,by M1 co\Q, 6a nes-team yet, 20 t to ,b I o 1_. S G'„ d_ (Signature of Notary) (Signature of Notary) Denise A.Ennis Denise A.Ennis —FA Personally Known OR co,. NOTARY PUBLIC ]Personally Known OR NOTARY PUBLIC [ ]Produced Identification . STATE OF FLORIDA ( ]Produced ldentificatio . STATE OF FLORIDA tee" ' Comm#FF966426 Type of Identification: I Type of Identification: yp As.., 1' Expires 3/1/2020 ' s.. Expires 3/1/2020 OFFICE COPY PERMITTED BUILDING DATA DO NOT WRITE BELOW — OFFICE USE ONLY Applicable Codes: 6th Edition (2017) Florida Building Code DEVELOPMENT SIZE: Habitable Space (ft").3 5 c 7 Non-Habitable Space (ft") 7 LAND INFORMATION: Zoning District R S- 2- Flood Flood Zone X Minimum FFE 1O . SZ/ BUILDING INFORMATION: Construction Type V a Occupancy Group S.yist-e !T4 n7 , 1/ Number of Stories 2- Max Max Occupancy Load Fire Sprinklers Required CONDITIONS/ COMMENTS: Rev. 2.7.2018 NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT OFFICE COPY State of Florida Pe cm) ) t��y/u ^ Tax Folio No. County of Duval To Whom It May Concern: The undersigned hereby informs you that improvements will be made to certain real property, and in accordance with Section 713 of the Florida Statutes,the following information is stated in this NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT. Legal Description of property being improved: 5-69 16-2S-29E.175 Atlantic Beach Lot 11,PT Lot 13 RECD O/R 17721-548 BLK 5 Address of property being improved: 332 4th.Street General description of improvements: New Custom Home Owner: Steah =. 1 Ga ke ir V Address: 10743 Waverly BluffWay Jacksonville,FL 32223 Owner's interest in site of the improvement: Residence Fee Simple Titleholder(if other than owner): n/a Name: )1 Contractor: Bosco Building Contractors, Inc. 6 Address: 2158 Mayport Rd Jacksonville FL 32233 VTelephone No.: 904-241-0320 Fax No: 904-241-0326 Surety(if any) n/a Address: Amount of Bond$ Telephone No: Fax No: Name and address of any person making a loan for the construction of the improvements Name: nia Address: Phone No: Fax No: Name of person within the State of Florida,other than himself, designated by owner upon whom notices or other documents may be served: Name: n/a Address: Telephone No: Fax No: In addition to himself, owner designates the following person to receive a copy of the Lienor's Notice as provided in Section 713.06(2)(b),Florida Statues. (Fill in at Owner's option) Name: n/a Address: Telephone No: Fax No: Expiration date of Notice of Commencement (the expiration date is one (1)year from the date of recording unless a different date is specified): THIS SPACE FOR RECORDER'S USE ONLY OWNER Signed: . / Date: ea-5-a Before me this day ofCy* l'iri the cou y of Duval,State Of Florida,has personally appeared Z4,115NICO @, A. Notary Public at Large,State of Florida,County of DuvetMy commission expires: Doc#2018284016,OR BK 18617 Page 1186, Personally Known or Number Pages:1 Produced Identification: DairlrA Emil Recorded 12/04/2018 03:06 PM, NOTARY PUSUC RONNIE FUSSELL CLERK CIRCUIT COURT DUVAL 4 ' STATE OF FLORIDA 1* COUNTY +�'-1.-Comm FF966426 RECORDING $10.00 % 1 Expires 3/1/2020 0 --- ••1 ••,: _ ••11' •• .. • D m ui A ca N z 111:14:1 *�•13 D -1 fA p D j •�•j . 0 = O D m m 0 —I I'•�'� . m K Dn r m CA m •.��t ' C) m co 7) G) (� III--i• Qp• K Zop0cz - — t::.:r► -'gymDmm 1 ••• :�s , 16 � m Z �< D III � ••• .;: • o U _� r .• 0 ° 33 -0 z 1 I I-,..•0. ^' vmi m a' c ai Z m III .:! •i 4 m cbr z_? 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You should contact your product supplier if you do not know the product approval number for any of the applicable listed products. Information regarding statewide product approval may be obtained at:www.tloridahuilding.org. Category/Subcategory Manufacturer Product Description Limitation of Use State# Local# A.EXTERIOR DOORS I.Swinging MA,�yrrl f 4 /0196. 2.Sliding 3.Sectional ,�yI 4.Roll up Oto 1 D F� i070.9 5.Automatic 6.Other B.WINDOWS 1.Single hung 2.Horizontal slider 3.Casement 4.Double hung 5.Fixed /O/se 6.Awning 7.Pass-through 8.Projected 9.Mullion /ndeVsd Kt y7g/ 10.Wind breaker 11.Dual action 12.Other Category/Subcategory Manufacturer Product Description Limitation of Use State# Local# C.PANEL WALL ,f I.Siding /.fWW /3/94 2.Soffits 3.EIFS 4.Storefronts 5.Curtain walls 6.Wall louvers 7.Glass block 8.Membrane 9.Greenhouse 10.Synthetic stucco 11.Other D.ROOFING PRODUCTS 1.Asphalt shingles H�GA,5 /GL 6 5 6 2.Underlayments lvt7/AL F/0/7 3.Roofing fasteners 4.Nonstructural metal roof Ra,03 /?7a.<1.- 5. ?7as25.Built-up roofing 6.Modified bitumen 7.Single ply roofing 8.Roofing tiles 9.Roofing insulation 10.Waterproofing 11.Wood shingles/shakes 12.Roofing slate 13.Liquid applied roofing 14.Cement-adhesive coats 15.Roof tile adhesive 16.Spray applied polyurethane roof 17.Other Category/Subcategory Manufacturer Product Description Limitation of Use State# Local# E.SHUTTERS 1.Accordion 2.Bahama 3.Storm panels 4.Colonial 5.Roll-up 6.Equipment 7.Other F.STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS 1.Wood connector/anchor 2.Truss plates 3.Engineered lumber 4.Railing 5.Coolers-freezers 6.Concrete admixtures 7.Material 8.Insulation forms 9.Plastics 10.Deck-roof 11.Wall 12.Sheds 13.Other G.SKYLIGHTS 1.Skylight 2.Other Category/Subcategory Manufacturer Product Description Limitation of Use State# Local# H.NEW EXTERIOR ENVELOPE PRODUCTS 2. In addition to completing the above list of manufacturers, product description and State approval number for the products used on this project, the Contractor shall maintain on the job site and available to the Inspector, a legible copy of each manufacturer's printed specifications and installation instructions along with this Product Approval Sheet. I certify that this product approval list is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.I further certify that use of different components other than the ones listed in this document must be approved by the Building Official. (Contractor Name) (Print Name) / DD DSC qp (Signature) .Y Company Name: IMS60 !� i. 9l.. -( pC e, 7 i ,(ff , 4/C. Mailing Address: a/f"t / f&)(T /1 D t City: c A GX.tOA4/77/ State: ! • Zip Code: 5 7`2'33 Telephone Number:( 3...#/`" Q,3 a 0 Fax Number:(90¢) ft""03 z b Cell Phone Number:(904. ) Z33'4 feel. E-mail Address: CArcOGjG Gori 5- 1 cde o -r F.7 orq d cA FORM R405-2017 FLORIDA ENERGY EFFICIENCY CODE FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation - Residential Performance Method Project Name: Joost Residence Builder Name: Hammond Air Conditioning Street: 332 Fourth St. Permit Office: DUVAL City,State,Zip: Atlantic Beach,FL, Permit Number: Owner: Joost Jurisdiction: Design Location: FL,Jacksonville County: duval(Florida Climate Zone 2) 1. New construction or existing New(From Plans) 9. Wall Types(3479.5 sqft.) Insulation Area 2. Single family or multiple family Single-family a.Frame-Wood,Exterior R=11.0 3479.50 ft2 b.N/A R= ftZ 3. Number of units,if multiple family 1 c.N/A R= ft2 4. Number of Bedrooms 4 d.N/A R= ft2 5. Is this a worst case? No 10.Ceiling Types (1828.0 sqft.) Insulation Area a.Roof Deck(Unvented) R=20.0 1828.00 ft2 6. Conditioned floor area above grade(ft2) 3597 b.N/A R= ft2 Conditioned floor area below grade(ft2) 0 c.N/A R= ft2 11.Ducts R ft2 7. Windows(835.6 sqft.) Description Area a.Sup:Attic,Ret:Attic,AH:1st Floor 6 195 a. U-Factor: Dbl,U=0.32 835.63 ft2 b.Sup: Attic,Ret:Attic,AH:Attic 6 195 SHGC: SHGC=0.19 b. U-Factor: N/A ft2 12.Cooling systems kBtu/hr Efficiency SHGC: a.Central Unit 30.0 SEER:14.50 b.Central Unit 30.0 SEER:14.50 c. U-Factor: N/A ft2 SHGC: 13.Heating systems kBtu/hr Efficiency d. U-Factor: N/A ft2 a.Electric Heat Pump 30.0 HSPF:8.20 SHGC: b.Electric Heat Pump 30.0 HSPF:8.20 Area Weighted Average Overhang Depth: 4.676 ft. Area Weighted Average SHGC: 0.190 14.Hot water systems 8. Floor Types (3597.0 sqft.) Insulation Area a.Propane Tankless Cap: 1 gallons EF:0.820 a.Slab-On-Grade Edge Insulation R=0.0 1769.00 ft2 b. Conservation features b.Floor Over Other Space R=0.0 1769.00 ft2 None c.other(see details) R= 59.00 ft2 15.Credits CF,Pstat Total Proposed Modified Loads: 92.59 PASS Glass/Floor Area: 0.232 Total Baseline Loads: 92.37 I hereby certify that the plans and specifications covered by Review of the plans and ;.0'.c IRE Spgl;••4.••,. this calculation are in compliance with the Florida Energy specifications covered by this ��,��' _ = Off,•; Code. calculation indicates compliance :'�o.:ii�, .'''; =- �.' ill � ,-- with the Florida Energy Code. ti illou 0 PREPARED BY: �I�e hfiura'A`IDS ENGINEERING rd.0 Before construction is completed _a'_ •---tib_: DATE: 7/30/18 this building will be inspected for i O �, a compliance with Section 553.908 a , herebyI certifythat this building, as desiened, is in compliance Florida Statutes. '� ';'r with the Florida Energy Code. i/ ,/ D yyE OWNER/AGENT: " - J BUILDING OFFICIAL: _/ ' DATE: - I�� - DATE: - Compliance requires certification by the air handler unit manufacturer that the air handler enclosure qualifies as certified factory-sealed in accordance with R403.3.2.1. -Compliance requires an Air Barrier and Insulation Inspection Checklist in accordance with R402.4.1.1 and this project requires an envelope leakage test report with envelope leakage no greater than 7.00 ACH50(R402.4.1.2). 7/30/2018 8:05 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev.1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 1 of 5 OFFICE COPY FORM R405-2017 FLORIDA ENERGY EFFICIENCY CODE FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation - Residential Performance Method Project Name: Joost Residence Builder Name: Hammond Air Conditioning Street: 332 Fourth St. Permit Office: DUVAL City,State,Zip: Atlantic Beach,FL, Permit Number: Owner: Joost Jurisdiction: Design Location: FL,Jacksonville County: duval(Florida Climate Zone 2) 1. New construction or existing New(From Plans) 9. Wall Types(3479.5 sqft.) Insulation Area 2. Single family or multiple family Single-family a.Frame-Wood,Exterior R=11.0 3479.50 ft' b.N/A R= ft2 3. Number of units,if multiple family 1 c.N/A R= ft2 4. Number of Bedrooms 4 d.N/A R= ft' 5. Is this a worst case? No 10.Ceiling Types (1828.0 sgft.)/ Insulation Area a.Roof Deck(Unvented) ✓ R=20.0 1828.00 ft 6. Conditioned floor area above grade(ft') 3597 b.N/A R= ft' Conditioned floor area below grade(ft') 0 c.N/A R= ft' 11.Ducts R ft' 7. Windows(835.6 sqft.) Description Area a.Sup:Attic,Ret:Attic,AH:1st Floor 6 195 a. U-Factor: Dbl,U=0.32 J 835.63 ft' b.Sup: Attic,Ret:Attic,AH:Attic 6 195 SHGC: SHGC=0.19 b. U-Factor: N/A ft' 12.Cooling systems kBtu/hr Efficiency SHGC: a.Central Unit 30.0 SEER:14.50 b.Central Unit 30.0 SEER:14.50 c. U-Factor: N/A ft2 SHGC: 13.Heating systems kBtu/hr Efficiency d. U-Factor: N/A ft2 a.Electric Heat Pump 30.0 HSPF:8.20 SHGC: b.Electric Heat Pump 30.0 HSPF:8.20 Area Weighted Average Overhang Depth: 4.676 ft. Area Weighted Average SHGC: 0.190 14.Hot water systems 8. Floor Types (3597.0 sqft.) Insulation Area a.Propane Tankless Cap: 1 gallons EF:0.820 a.Slab-On-Grade Edge Insulation R=0.0 1769.00 ft2 b. Conservation features b.Floor Over Other Space R=0.0 1769.00 ft' None c.other(see details) R= 59.00 ft' 15.Credits CF,Pstat Total Proposed Modified Loads: 92.59 PASS Glass/Floor Area: 0.232 Total Baseline Loads: 92.37 I hereby certify that the plans and specifications covered by Review of the plans and :•O 11E STA this calculation are in compliance with the Florida Energy specifications covered by this • _e, = ...0.4:\ Code. ) calculation indicates compliance /•i�,,���'" - :'*t+• with the Florida Energy Code. r: '' ,%.0 • '• PREPARED BY: Ri e Mnura s"LOS ENGINEERING LI Before construction is completed ( � ,' -� - `e DATE: 7/30/18 this building will be inspected for i, `'f, , a 0 , compliance with Section 553.908 *`•.. a ' Florida Statutes. .�.0 �.' I hereby certify that this building, as •esigned, is in compliance ••• with the Florida Energy Cod: 1/ DOy- ,..• -tr. ' OWNER/AGENT: `� BUILDING OFFICIAL: fil DATE: - - ---- -- -- /-0,j/ DATE: I2' ? -t - - Compliance requires certification by the air handler unit manufacturer that the air handler enclosure qualifies as certified factory-sealed in accordance with R403.3.2.1. -Compliance requires an Air Barrier and Insulation Inspection Checklist in accordance with R402.4.1.1 and this project requires an envelope leakage test report with envelope leakage no greater than 7.00 ACH50(R402.4.1.2). 7/30/2018 8:05 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev.1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 1 of 5 FORM R405-2017 INPUT SUMMARY CHECKLIST REPORT PROJECT Title: Joost Residence Bedrooms: 4 Address Type: Street Address Building Type: User Conditioned Area: 3597 Lot# Owner Name: Joost Total Stories: 2 Block/Subdivision: #of Units: 1 Worst Case: No PlatBook: Builder Name: Hammond Air Conditioning Rotate Angle: 0 Street: 332 Fourth St. Permit Office: DUVAL Cross Ventilation: County: duval Jurisdiction: Whole House Fan: City,State,Zip: Atlantic Beach, Family Type: Single-family FL, New/Existing: New(From Plans) Comment: CLIMATE V Design Location TMY Site Design Temp Int Design Temp Heating Design Daily Temp 97.5% 2.5% Winter Summer Degree Days Moisture Range FL,Jacksonville FL JACKSONVILLE INT 32 93 70 75 1281 49 Medium BLOCKS Number Name Area Volume 1 Block/ 1769 18574.5 2 Block2 1828 16452 SPACES Number Name Area Volume Kitchen Occupants Bedrooms Infil ID Finished Cooled Heated 1 1st Floor 1769 18574.5 Yes 0 1 Yes Yes Yes 2 2nd floor 1828 16452 No 4 4 1 Yes Yes Yes FLOORS V # Floor Type Space Perimeter Perimeter R-Value Area Joist R-Value Tile Wood Carpet __ 1 Slab-On-Grade Edge Insulatio 1st Floor 174 ft 0 1769 ft' �� 0.3 0.3 0.4 2 Floor Over Other Space 2nd floor __� ___ 1769 ft' 0 0.3 0.3 0.4 3 Raised Floor 2nd floor __� �__ 59 ft' 19 0.3 0.3 0.4 ROOF / Roof Gable Roof Rad Solar SA Emitt Emitt Deck Pitch V # Type Materials Area Area Color Barr Absor. Tested Tested Insul. (deg) 1 Gable or shed Metal 1980 ft' 380 ft' Medium N 0.96 No 0.9 No 20 22.6 ATTIC V # Type Ventilation Vent Ratio(1 in) Area RBS IRCC 1 Full attic Unvented 0 1828 ft' N N 7/30/2018 8:05 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 2 of 5 FORM R405-2017 INPUT SUMMARY CHECKLIST REPORT CEILING ✓ # Ceiling Type Space R-Value Ins Type Area Framing Frac Truss Type 1 Under Attic(Unvented) 2nd floor 0 Blown 1828 ft' 0.11 Wood WALLS Adjacent Cavity Width Height Sheathing Framing Solar Below # Ornt To Wall Type Space R-Value Ft In Ft In Area R-Value Fraction- A sor Grade% 1 N Exterior Frame-Wood 1st Floor 11 34 8 10 6 364.0 ft2 0.23 0.75 0 2 S Exterior Frame-Wood 1st Floor 11 34 8 10 6 364.0 ft2 0.23 0.75 0 3 E Exterior Frame-Wood 1st Floor 11 53 2 10 6 558.3 ft2 0.23 0.75 0 4 W Exterior Frame-Wood 1st Floor 11 53 2 10 6 558.3 ft' 0.23 0.75 0 5 N Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11 13 1 9 0 117.8 ft2 0.23 0.75 0 6 N Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11 23 7 9 0 212.3 ft' 0.23 0.75 0 7 S Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11 36 8 9 0 330.0 ft' 0.23 0.75 0 8 E Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11 54 2 9 0 487.5 ft' 0.23 0.75 0 9 W Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11 54 2 9 0 487.5 ft' 0.23 0.75 0 DOORS V # Ornt Door Type Space Storms U-Value Width Height Area Ft In Ft In 1 N Wood 1st Floor None .2 .1 .1 .1 ft2 WINDOWS Orientation shown is the entered,Proposed orientation. Wall Overhang V # Ornt ID Frame Panes NFRC U-Factor SHGC Imp Area Depth Separation Int Shade Screening 1 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 23.3 ft' 8 ft 0 in 2 ft 0 in None None 2 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 21.0 ft' 8 ft 0 in 2 ft 0 in None None 3 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 21.0 ft' 8 ft 0 in 2 ft 0 in None None 4 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 13.0 ft' 8 ft 0 in 2 ft 0 in None None 5 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 72.0 ft' 8 ft 0 in 2 ft 0 in None None 6 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 72.0 ft' 8 ft 0 in 2 ft 0 in None None 7 S 2 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 80.0 ft' 12 ft 4 in 2 ft 0 in None None 8 S 2 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 37.3 ft' 12 ft 4 in 2 ft 0 in None None 9 E 3 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 21.0 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 10 E 3 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 32.0 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 11 E 3 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 54.0 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 12 W 4 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 105.0 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 13 N 5 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 15.0 ft' 8 ft 0 in 2 ft 0 in None None 14 N 6 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 22.2 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 15 S 7 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 65.0 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 16 E 8 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 64.0 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 17 E 8 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 26.0 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 18 E 8 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 30.2 ft2 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 19 W 9 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 49.5 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 20 W 9 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N 12.0 ft' 1 ft 2 in 2 ft 0 in None None 7/30/2018 8:05 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 3 of 5 FORM R405-2017 INPUT SUMMARY CHECKLIST REPORT INFILTRATION # Scope Method SLA CFM 50 EIA EqLA ACH ACH 50 1 Wholehouse Proposed ACH(50) .000433 4086.4 224.34 421.9 .2326 7 HEATING SYSTEM V # System Type Subtype Efficiency Capacity Block Ducts 1 Electric Heat Pump/ Split HSPF:8.2 30 kBtu/hr 1 sys#1 2 Electric Heat Pump/ Split HSPF:8.2 30 kBtu/hr 2 sys#2 COOLING SYSTEM V # System Type Subtype Efficiency Capacity Air Flow SHR Block Ducts 1 Central Unit/ Split SEER: 14.5 30 kBtu/hr 900 cfm 0.75 1 sys#1 2 Central Unit/ Split SEER: 14.5 30 kBtu/hr 900 cfm 0.75 2 sys#2 HOT WATER SYSTEM V # System Type SubType Location EF Cap Use SetPnt Conservation 1 Propane Tankless Exterior 0.82 1 gal 70 gal 120 deg None SOLAR HOT WATER SYSTEM FSEC Collector Storage Cert # Company Name System Model# Collector Model# Area Volume FEF None None ft' DUCTS / --Supply---- Return-- Air CFM 25 CFM25 HVAC# �/ # Location R-Value Area Location Area Leakage Type Handler TOT OUT QN RLF Heat Cool 1 Attic 6 195 ft2 Attic 175 ft2 Default Leakage 1st Floor (Default) (Default) 1 1 2 Attic 6 195 ft2 Attic 175 ft2 Default Leakage Attic (Default) (Default) 2 2 TEMPERATURES Programable Thermostat:Y Ceiling Fans: CoolingJan C[ ]Feb [[ ]Mar r Ma Jun X1 Jul X Au (X Se Oct [[ Nov Dec HeatinX Jan l l Feb [X�Mar Apr MaJun 4 ]Jul 4 Au [ 1 Se ' ' Oct u Nov lX�Dec VentingJan [ Feb [X)Mar X r MayJun [ JJ Jul [ 'Aug [ SepX Oct [X Nov [ Dec 7/30/2018 8:05 PM EnergyGauge3 USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 4 of 5 FORM R405-2017 INPUT SUMMARY CHECKLIST REPORT Thermostat Schedule: HERS 2006 Reference Hours Schedule Type 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Cooling(WD) AM 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 80 80 80 80 PM 80 80 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 Cooling(WEH) AM 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 PM 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 Heating(WD) AM 66 66 66 66 66 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 PM 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 66 66 Heating(WEH) AM 66 66 66 66 66 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 PM 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 66 66 MASS Mass Type Area Thickness Furniture Fraction Space Default(8 lbs/sq.ft. 0 ft2 0 ft 0.3 1st Floor Default(8 lbs/sq.ft. 0 ft2 0 ft 0.3 2nd floor 7/30/2018 8:05 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 5 of 5 2017 EPL DISPLAY CARD ENERGY PERFORMANCE LEVEL (EPL) DISPLAY CARD ESTIMATED ENERGY PERFORMANCE INDEX*= 100 The lower the Energy Performance Index, the more efficient the home. 1. New home or, addition 1. New(From Plans) 12. Ducts,location&insulation level a)Supply ducts R 6.0 2. Single-family or multiple-family 2. Single-family b)Return ducts R 6.0 c)AHU location varies 3. No. of units(if multiple-family) 3. 1 4. Number of bedrooms 4. 4 13. Cooling system: Capacity 60.0 a)Split system SEER 14.5 5. Is this a worst case?(yes/no) 5. No b)Single package SEER c)Ground/water source SEER/COP 6. Conditioned floor area(sq.ft.) 6. 3597 d)Room unit/PTAC EER e)Other 7.Windows,type and area a) U-factor:(weighted average) 7a. 0.320 b)Solar Heat Gain Coefficient(SHGC) 7b. 0.190 14. Heating system: Capacity 60.0 c)Area 7c. 835.6 a)Split system heat pump HSPF 8.2 b)Single package heat pump HSPF 8. Skylights c)Electric resistance COP a)U-factor:(weighted average) 8a. NA d)Gas furnace, natural gas AFUE b)Solar Heat Gain Coefficient(SHGC) 8b. NA e)Gas furnace, LPG AFUE f)Other 9. Floor type, insulation level: a)Slab-on-grade(R-value) 9a. 0.0 b)Wood, raised (R-value) 9b. 19.0 15.Water heating system c) Concrete, raised(R-value) 9c. a) Electric resistance EF b)Gas fired, natural gas EF 10.Wall type and insulation: c)Gas fired, LPG EF 0.82 A. Exterior: d)Solar system with tank EF 1.Wood frame(Insulation R-value) 10A1. 11.0 e)Dedicated heat pump with tank EF 2. Masonry(Insulation R-value) 10A2. f)Heat recovery unit HeatRec% B.Adjacent: g)Other 1.Wood frame(Insulation R-value) 1061. 2. Masonry(Insulation R-value) 1062. 16. HVAC credits claimed(Performance Method) 11. Ceiling type and insulation level a)Ceiling fans Yes a)Under attic 11a. 0.0 b)Cross ventilation No b)Single assembly 11b. c)Whole house fan No c) Knee walls/skylight walls 11c. d)Multizone cooling credit d)Radiant barrier installed 11d. No e)Multizone heating credit f)Programmable thermostat Yes *Label required by Section R303.1.3 of the Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation, if not DEFAULT. I certify that this home has complied with the Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation,through the above energy saving features which will be installed(o exceeded) in this home before final inspection. Otherwise, a new EPL display card will be completed b e o installed code compliant features. Builder Signature: Date: /2--/f/a, Address of New Home: 332 Fourth St. City/FL Zip: Atlantic Beach, FL 7/30/2018 8:06:07 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev.1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017)Compliant Software Page 1 of 1 Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation, 6th Edition (2017) Mandatory Requirements for Residential Performance, Prescriptive and ERI Methods ADDRESS: 332 Fourth St. Permit Number: Atlantic Beach,FL, MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS See individual code sections for full details. V SECTION R401 GENERAL EiR401.3 Energy Performance Level(EPL)display card(Mandatory). The building official shall require that an energy performance level(EPL) display card be completed and certified by the builder to be accurate and correct before final approval of the building for occupancy.Florida law (Section 553.9085,Florida Statutes)requires the EPL display card to be included as an addendum to each sales contract for both presold and nonpresold residential buildings.The EPL display card contains information indicating the energy performance level and efficiencies of components installed in a dwelling unit.The building official shall verify that the EPL display card completed and signed by the builder accurately reflects the plans and specifications submitted to demonstrate code compliance for the building.A copy of the EPL display card can be found in Appendix RD. R402.4 Air leakage(Mandatory). The building thermal envelope shall be constructed to limit air leakage in accordance with the requirements of Sections R402.4.1 through R402.4.5. Exception: Dwelling units of R-2 Occupancies and multiple attached single family dwellings shall be permitted to comply with Section C402.5. R402.4.1 Building thermal envelope building thermal envelope shall comply with Sections R402.4.1.1 and R402.4.1.2. The sealing methods between dissimilar materials shall allow for differential expansion and contraction. R402.4.1.1 Installation.The components of the building thermal envelope as listed in Table R402.4.1.1 shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and the criteria listed in Table R402.4.1.1,as applicable to the method of construction.Where required by the code official,an approved third party shall inspect all components and verify compliance. R402.4.1.2 Testing. The building or dwelling unit shall be tested and verified as having an air leakage rate not exceeding seven air changes per hour in Climate Zones 1 and 2,and three air changes per hour in Climate Zones 3 through 8.Testing shall be conducted in accordance with ANSI/RESNET/ICC 380 and reported at a pressure of 0.2 inch w.g.(50 pascals).Testing shall be conducted by either individuals as defined in Section 553.993(5)or(7),Florida Statutes,or individuals licensed as set forth in Section 489.105(3)(f),(g)or(i)or an approved third party.A written report of the results of the test shall be signed by the party conducting the test and provided to the code official.Testing shall be performed at any time after creation of all penetrations of the building thermal envelope. Exception: Testing is not required for additions,alterations,renovations,or repairs,of the building thermal envelope of existing buildings in which the new construction is less than 85 percent of the building thermal envelope. During testing: 1.Exterior windows and doors,fireplace and stove doors shall be closed,but not sealed,beyond the intended weatherstripping or other infiltration control measures. 2.Dampers including exhaust,intake,makeup air,backdraft and flue dampers shall be closed,but not sealed beyond intended infiltration control measures. 3.Interior doors,if installed at the time of the test,shall be open. 4.Exterior doors for continuous ventilation systems and heat recovery ventilators shall be closed and sealed. 5.Heating and cooling systems,if installed at the time of the test,shall be turned off. 6.Supply and return registers,if installed at the time of the test,shall be fully open. R402.4.2 Fireplaces. New wood-burning fireplaces shall have tight-fitting flue dampers or doors,and outdoor combustion air.Where using tight-fitting doors on factory-built fireplaces listed and labeled in accordance with UL 127,the doors shall be tested and listed for the fireplace.Where using tight-fitting doors on masonry fireplaces,the doors shall be listed and labeled in accordance with UL 907. R402.4.3 Fenestration air Ieakagewindows,skylights and sliding glass doors shall have an air infiltration rate of no more than 0.3 cfm per square foot(1.5 Us/m2),and swinging doors no more than 0.5 cfm per square foot(2.6 Us/m2),when tested according to NFRC 400 or AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440 by an accredited,independent laboratory and listed and labeled by the manufacturer. Exception: Site-built windows,skylights and doors. 7/30/2018 8:06 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 1 of 5 MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS - (Continued) ❑ R402.4.4 Rooms containing fuel-burning appliances. In Climate Zones 3 through 8,where open combustion air ducts provide combustion air to open combustion fuel burning appliances,the appliances and combustion air opening shall be located outside the building thermal envelope or enclosed in a room,isolated from inside the thermal envelope.Such rooms shall be sealed and insulated in accordance with the envelope requirements of Table R402.1.2,where the walls,floors and ceilings shall meet not less than the basement wall R-value requirement.The door into the room shall be fully gasketed and any water lines and ducts in the room insulated in accordance with Section R403.The combustion air duct shall be insulated where it passes through conditioned space to a minimum of R-8. Exceptions: 1. Direct vent appliances with both intake and exhaust pipes installed continuous to the outside. 2. Fireplaces and stoves complying with Section R402.4.2 and Section R1006 of the Florida Building Code,Residential. ❑R402.4.5 Recessed lighting. Recessed luminaires installed in the building thermal envelope shall be sealed to limit air leakage between conditioned and unconditioned spaces.All recessed luminaires shall be IC-rated and labeled as having an air leakage rate not more than 2.0 cfm(0.944 Us)when tested in accordance with ASTM E283 at a 1.57 psf(75 Pa)pressure differential.All recessed luminaires shall be sealed with a gasket or caulk between the housing and the interior wall or ceiling covering. SECTION R403 SYSTEMS R403.1 Controls. ❑ R403.1.1 Thermostat provision(Mandatory). At least one thermostat shall be provided for each separate heating and cooling system. ❑ R403.1.3 Heat pump supplementary heat(Mandatory). Heat pumps having supplementary electric-resistance heat shall have controls that,except during defrost,prevent supplemental heat operation when the heat pump compressor can meet the heating load. ❑ R403.3.2 Sealing(Mandatory) All ducts,air handlers,filter boxes and building cavities that form the primary air containment passageways for air distribution systems shall be considered ducts or plenum chambers,shall be constructed and sealed in accordance with Section C403.2.9.2 of the Commercial Provisions of this code and shall be shown to meet duct tightness criteria below. Duct tightness shall be verified by testing in accordance with ANSI/RESNET/ICC 380 by either individuals as defined in Section 553.993(5)or (7),Florida Statutes,or individuals licensed as set forth in Section 489.105(3)(f),(g)or(i),Florida Statutes,to be"substantially leak free"in accordance with Section R403.3.3. ❑ R403.3.2.1 Sealed air handler. Air handlers shall have a manufacturer's designation for an air leakage of no more than 2 percent of the design airflow rate when tested in accordance with ASHRAE 193. ❑ R403.3.3 Duct testing(Mandatory). Ducts shall be pressure tested to determine air leakage by one of the following methods: 1. Rough-in test:Total leakage shall be measured with a pressure differential of 0.1 inch w.g.(25 Pa)across the system,including the manufacturer's air handler enclosure if installed at the time of the test.All registers shall be taped or otherwise sealed during the test. 2. Postconstruction test:Total leakage shall be measured with a pressure differential of 0.1 inch w.g.(25 Pa)across the entire system,including the manufacturer's air handler enclosure.Registers shall be taped or otherwise sealed during the test. Exceptions: 1. A duct air leakage test shall not be required where the ducts and air handlers are located entirely within the building thermal envelope. 2. Duct testing is not mandatory for buildings complying by Section 405 of this code. A written report of the results of the test shall be signed by the party conducting the test and provided to the code official. ❑R403.3.5 Building cavities(Mandatory). Building framing cavities shall not be used as ducts or plenums. El R403.4 Mechanical system piping insulation(Mandatory). Mechanical system piping capable of carrying fluids above 105°F(41°C) or below 55°F(13°C)shall be insulated to a minimum of R-3. ❑ R403.4.1 Protection of piping insulation. Piping insulation exposed to weather shall be protected from damage,including that caused by sunlight,moisture,equipment maintenance and wind,and shall provide shielding from solar radiation that can cause degradation of the material.Adhesive tape shall not be permitted. ❑ R403.5.1 Heated water circulation and temperature maintenance systems(Mandatory). Heated water circulation systems shall be in accordance with Section R403.5.1.1.Heat trace temperature maintenance systems shall be in accordance with Section R403.5.1.2. Automatic controls,temperature sensors and pumps shall be accessible.Manual controls shall be readily accessible. R403.5.1.1 Circulation systems. Heated water circulation systems shall be provided with a circulation pump.The system return ❑ pipe shall be a dedicated return pipe or a cold water supply pipe.Gravity and thermosiphon circulation systems shall be prohibited. Controls for circulating hot water system pumps shall start the pump based on the identification of a demand for hot water within the occupancy.The controls shall automatically turn off the pump when the water in the circulation loop is at the desired temperature and when there is no demand for hot water. ❑ R403.5.1.2 Heat trace systems. Electric heat trace systems shall comply with IEEE 515.1 or UL 515.Controls for such systems shall automatically adjust the energy input to the heat tracing to maintain the desired water temperature in the piping in accordance with the times when heated water is used in the occupancy. 7/30/2018 8:06 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 2 of 5 MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS - (Continued) R403.5.5 Heat traps(Mandatory). Storage water heaters not equipped with integral heat traps and having vertical pipe risers shall have heat traps installed on both the inlets and outlets.External heat traps shall consist of either a commercially available heat trap or a downward and upward bend of at least 3 1/2 inches(89 mm)in the hot water distribution line and cold water line located as close as possible to the storage tank. R403.5.6 Water heater efficiencies(Mandatory). R403.5.6.1.1 Automatic controls. Service water-heating systems shall be equipped with automatic temperature controls capable of adjustment from the lowest to the highest acceptable temperature settings for the intended use.The minimum temperature setting range shall be from 100°F to 140°F(38°C to 60°C). R403.5.6.1.2 Shut down. A separate switch or a clearly marked circuit breaker shall be provided to permit the power supplied to electric service systems to be turned off.A separate valve shall be provided to permit the energy supplied to the main burner(s)of combustion types of service water-heating systems to be turned off. R403.5.6.2 Water-heating equipment. Water-heating equipment installed in residential units shall meet the minimum efficiencies of Table C404.2 in Chapter 4 of the Florida Building Code,Energy Conservation,Commercial Provisions,for the type of equipment installed. Equipment used to provide heating functions as part of a combination system shall satisfy all stated requirements for the appropriate water-heating category.Solar water heaters shall meet the criteria of Section R403.5.6.2.1. R403.5.6.2.1 Solar water-heating systems. Solar systems for domestic hot water production are rated by the annual solar energy factor of the system.The solar energy factor of a system shall be determined from the Florida Solar Energy Center Directory of Certified Solar Systems.Solar collectors shall be tested in accordance with ISO Standard 9806,Test Methods for Solar Collectors, and SRCC Standard TM-1,Solar Domestic Hot Water System and Component Test Protocol.Collectors in installed solar water-heating systems should meet the following criteria: 1. Be installed with a tilt angle between 10 degrees and 40 degrees of the horizontal;and 2. Be installed at an orientation within 45 degrees of true south. R403.6 Mechanical ventilation(Mandatory). The building shall be provided with ventilation that meets the requirements of the Florida Building Code,Residential,or Florida Building Code,Mechanical,as applicable,or with other approved means of ventilation including:Natural,Infiltration or Mechanical means.Outdoor air intakes and exhausts shall have automatic or gravity dampers that close when the ventilation system is not operating. R403.6.1 Whole-house mechanical ventilation system fan efficacy. When installed to function as a whole-house mechanical ventilation system,fans shall meet the efficacy requirements of Table R403.6.1. Exception: Where whole-house mechanical ventilation fans are integral to tested and listed HVAC equipment,they shall be powered by an electronically commutated motor. CI R403.6.2 Ventilation air. Residential buildings designed to be operated at a positive indoor pressure or for mechanical ventilation shall meet the following criteria: 1. The design air change per hour minimums for residential buildings in ASHRAE 62.2,Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality,shall be the maximum rates allowed for residential applications. 2. No ventilation or air-conditioning system make-up air shall be provided to conditioned space from attics, crawlspaces,attached enclosed garages or outdoor spaces adjacent to swimming pools or spas. 3. If ventilation air is drawn from enclosed space(s),then the walls of the space(s)from which air is drawn shall be insulated to a minimum of R-11 and the ceiling shall be insulated to a minimum of R-19,space permitting,or R-10 otherwise. R403.7 Heating and cooling equipment(Mandatory). R403.7.1 Equipment sizing. Heating and cooling equipment shall be sized in accordance with ACCA Manual S based on the equipment loads calculated in accordance with ACCA Manual J or other approved heating and cooling calculation methodologies, based on building loads for the directional orientation of the building.The manufacturer and model number of the outdoor and indoor units(if split system)shall be submitted along with the sensible and total cooling capacities at the design conditions described in Section R302.1.This Code does not allow designer safety factors,provisions for future expansion or other factors that affect equipment sizing.System sizing calculations shall not include loads created by local intermittent mechanical ventilation such as standard kitchen and bathroom exhaust systems.New or replacement heating and cooling equipment shall have an efficiency rating equal to or greater than the minimum required by federal law for the geographic location where the equipment is installed. TABLE R403.6.1 WHOLE-HOUSE MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEM FAN EFFICACY FAN LOCATION AIRFLOW RATE MINIMUM MINIMUM EFFICACY a AIRFLOW RATE MAXIMUN (CFM) (CFM/WATT) (CFM) Range hoods Any 2.8 cfm/watt Any In-line fan Any 2.8 cfm/watt Any Bathroom,utility room 10 1.4 cfm/watt <90 Bathroom,utility room 90 2.8 cfm/watt Any For SI: 1 cfm=28.3 Umin. a. When tested in accordance with HVI Standard 916 7/30/2018 8:06 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 3 of 5 MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS - (Continued) ❑ R403.7.1.1 Cooling equipment capacity. Cooling only equipment shall be selected so that its total capacity is not less than the calculated total load but not more than 1.15 times greater than the total load calculated according to the procedure selected in Section 403.7,or the closest available size provided by the manufacturer's product lines.The corresponding latent capacity of the equipment shall not be less than the calculated latent load. The published value for AHRI total capacity is a nominal,rating-test value and shall not be used for equipment sizing.Manufacturer's expanded performance data shall be used to select cooling-only equipment.This selection shall be based on the outdoor design dry-bulb temperature for the load calculation(or entering water temperature for water-source equipment),the blower CFM provided by the expanded performance data,the design value for entering wet-bulb temperature and the design value for entering dry-bulb temperature. Design values for entering wet-bulb and dry-bulb temperatures shall be for the indoor dry bulb and relative humidity used for the load calculation and shall be adjusted for return side gains if the return duct(s)is installed in an unconditioned space. Exceptions: 1. Attached single-and multiple-family residential equipment sizing may be selected so that its cooling capacity is less than the calculated total sensible load but not less than 80 percent of that load. 2. When signed and sealed by a Florida-registered engineer,in attached single-and multiple-family units,the capacity of equipment may be sized in accordance with good design practice. R403.7.1.2 Heating equipment capacity. ❑ R403.7.1.2.1 Heat pumps. Heat pump sizing shall be based on the cooling requirements as calculated according to Section R403.7.1.1,and the heat pump total cooling capacity shall not be more than 1.15 times greater than the design cooling load even if the design heating load is 1.15 times greater than the design cooling load. ❑ R403.7.1.2.2 Electric resistance furnaces. be sized within 4 kW of the design requirements calculated according to the procedureElectric selectedresistance in Sectionfurnaces R403.7shall.1. ❑ R403.7.1.2.3 Fossil fuel heating equipment. capacity of fossil fuel heating equipment with natural draft atmospheric burners shall not be less than the design load calculated in The accordance with Section R403.7.1. ❑ R403.7.1.3 Extra capacity required for special occasions. Residences requiring excess cooling or heating equipment capacity on an intermittent basis,such as anticipated additional loads caused by major entertainment events,shall have equipment sized or controlled to prevent continuous space cooling or heating within that space by one or more of the following options: 1. A separate cooling or heating system is utilized to provide cooling or heating to the major entertainment areas. 2. A variable capacity system sized for optimum performance during base load periods is utilized. R403.8 Systems serving multiple dwelling units(Mandatory). Systems serving multiple dwelling units shall comply with Sections ❑ C403 and C404 of the IECC—Commercial Provisions in lieu of Section R403. ❑ R403.9 Snow melt and ice system controls(Mandatory) Snow-and ice-melting systems,supplied through energy service to the building, shall include automatic controls capable of shutting off the system when the pavement temperature is above 50°F(10°C),and no precipitation is falling and an automatic or manual control that will allow shutoff when the outdoor temperature is above 40°F(4.8°C). El R403.10 Pools and permanent spa energy consumption(Mandatory). The energy consumption of pools and permanent spas shall be in accordance with Sections R403.10.1 through R403.10.5. ❑ R403.10.1 Heaters. The electric power to heaters shall be controlled by a readily accessible on-off switch that is an integral part of the heater mounted on the exterior of the heater,or external to and within 3 feet(914 mm)of the heater.Operation of such switch shall not change the setting of the heater thermostat.Such switches shall be in addition to a circuit breaker for the power to the heater.Gas-fired heaters shall not be equipped with continuously burning ignition pilots. ❑ R403.10.2 Time switches. Time switches or other control methods that can automatically turn off and on according to a preset schedule shall be installed for heaters and pump motors.Heaters and pump motors that have built-in time switches shall be in compliance with this section. Exceptions: 1. Where public health standards require 24-hour pump operation. 2. Pumps that operate solar-and waste-heat-recovery pool heating systems. 3. Where pumps are powered exclusively from on-site renewable generation. ❑ R403.10.3 Covers. Outdoor heated swimming pools and outdoor permanent spas shall be equipped with a vapor-retardant cover on or at the water surface or a liquid cover or other means proven to reduce heat loss. Exception: Where more than 70 percent of the energy for heating,computed over an operation season,is from site-recovered energy,such as from a heat pump or solar energy source,covers or other vapor-retardant means shall not be required. R403.10.4 Gas-and oil-fired pool and spa heaters. All gas-and oil-fired pool and spa heaters shall have a minimum thermal ❑ efficiency of 82 percent for heaters manufactured on or after April 16,2013.when tested in accordance with ANSI Z 21.56.Pool heaters fired by natural or LP gas shall not have continuously burning pilot lights. 7/30/2018 8:06 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 4 of 5 R403.10.5 Heat pump pool heaters. Heat pump pool heaters shall have a minimum COP of 4.0 when tested in accordance with AHRI 1160,Table 2,Standard Rating Conditions-Low Air Temperature.A test report from an independent laboratory is required to verify procedure compliance.Geothermal swimming pool heat pumps are not required to meet this standard. QR403.11 Portable spas(Mandator%he energy consumption of electric-powered portable spas shall be controlled by the requirements of APSP-14. SECTION R404 ELECTRICAL POWER AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS 1-1 R404.1 Lighting equipment(Mandatory). Not less than 75 percent of the lamps in permanently installed lighting fixtures shall be high-efficacy lamps or not less than 75 percent of the permanently installed lighting fixtures shall contain only high-efficacy lamps. Exception:Low-voltage lighting. R404.1.1 Lighting equipment(Mandatory).Fuel gas lighting systems shall not have continuously burning pilot lights. 7/30/2018 8:06 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 5 of 5 Reeo;Red h geceI -Y�..e G.C.. Envelope Leakage Test Report (Blower Door Test) Residential Prescriptive, Performance or ERI Method Compliance 2017 Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation, 6th Edition Jurisdiction: Permit#: Job Information Builder: Hammond Air Conditioning Community: Lot: NA Address: 332 Fourth St. City: Atlantic Beach State: FL Zip: Air Leakage Test Results Passing results must meet either the Performance, Prescriptive, or ERI Method OPRESCRIPTIVE METHOD-The building or dwelling unit shall be tested and verified as having an air leakage rate of not exceeding 7 air changes per hour at a pressure of 0.2 inch w.g.(50 Pascals)in Climate Zones 1 and 2. O PERFORMANCE or ERI METHOD-The building or dwelling unit shall be tested and verified as having an air leakage rate of not exceeding the selected ACH(50)value,as shown on Form R405-2017(Performance)or R406-2017(ERI),section labeled as infiltration,sub-section ACH50. ACH(50)specified on Form R405-2017-Energy Calc(Performance)or R406-2017(ERI): 7.000 x 60 _ 35027 = Method for calculating building volume: CFM(5O) Building Volume ACH(5O) 0 Retrieved from architectural plans PASS •Code software calculated n When ACH(50)is less than 3, Mechanical Ventilation installation Q Field measured and calculated J must be verified by building department. R402.4.1.2 Testing.Testing shall be conducted in accordance with ANSI/RESNET/ICC 380 and reported at a pressure of 0.2 inch w.g.(50 Pascals) Testing shall be conducted by either individuals as defined in Section 553.993(5)or(7),Florida Statues.or individuals licensed as set forth in Section 489.105(3)(f),(g),or(i)or an approved third party.A written report of the results of the test shall be signed by the party conducting the test and provided to thecode official.Testing shall be performed at any time after creation of all penetrations of the building thermal envelope. During testing: 1.Exterior windows and doors,fireplace and stove doors shall be closed,but not sealed,beyond the intended weatherstripping or other infiltration control measures. 2.Dampers including exhaust,intake,makeup air,back draft and flue dampers shall be closed,but not sealed beyond intended infiltration control measures. 3.Interior doors,if installed at the time of the test,shall be open. 4.Exterior doors for continuous ventilation systems and heat recovery ventilators shall be closed and sealed. 5.Heating and cooling systems,if installed at the time of the test,shall be turned off. 6.Supply and return registers,if installed at the time of the test,shall be fully open. Testing Company Company Name: Phone: I hereby verify that the above Air Leakage results are in accordance with the 2017 6th Edition Florida Building Code Energy Conservation requirements according to the compliance method selected above. Signature of Tester: Date of Test: Printed Name of Tester: License/Certification#: Issuing Authority: 7/30/2018 8:06:28 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev.1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017)Compliant Software Page 1 of 1 2017 -AIR BARRIER AND INSULATION INSPECTION COMPONENT CRITERIA TABLE 402.4.1.1 AIR BARRIER AND INSULATION INSPECTION COMPONENT CRITERIA Project Name: Joost Residence Builder Name: Hammond Air Conditioning Street: 332 Fourth St. Permit Office: DUVAL City,State,Zip: Atlantic Beach,FL, Permit Number: U Owner: Joost Jurisdiction: Design Location: FL,Jacksonville 0 COMPONENT AIR BARRIER CRITERIA INSULATION INSTALLATION CRITERIA General A continuous air barrier shall be installed in the building envelope. Air-permeable insulation shall The exterior thermal envelope contains a continuous air barrier. not be used as a sealing material. requirements Breaks or joints in the air barrier shall be sealed. The air barrier in any dropped ceiling/soffit shall be aligned with The insulation in any dropped ceiling/soffit Ceiling/attic the insulation and anygaps in the air barrier shall be sealed. 9 P shall be aligned with the air barrier. Access openings,drop down stairs or knee wall doors to unconditioned attic spaces shall be sealed. Walls The junction of the foundation and sill plate shall be sealed. Cavities within corners and headers of frame walls The junction of the top plate and the top of exterior walls shall be shall be insulated by completely filling the cavity sealed. with a material having a thermal resistance of R-3 Knee walls shall be sealed. per inch minimum. Exterior thermal envelope insulation for framed walls shall be installed in substantial contact and continuous alignment with the air barrier. Windows,skylights The space between window/door jambs and framing,and and doors skylights and framing shall be sealed. Rim joists Rim joists shall include the air barrier. Rim joists shall be insulated. Floors The air barrier shall be installed at any exposed edge of Floor framing cavity insulation shall be installed to (including insulation. maintain permanent contact with the underside of above-garage subfloor decking,or floor framing cavity insulation and cantilevered shall be permitted to be in contact with the top side floors) of sheathing,or continuous insulation installed on the underside of floor framing and extends from the bottom to the top of all perimeter floor framing members. Crawl space walls Exposed earth in unvented crawl spaces shall be covered with Where provided instead of floor insulation,insulation a Class I vapor retarder with overlapping joints taped. shall be permanently attached to the crawlspace Shafts,penetrations Duct shafts,utility penetrations,and flue shafts opening to exterior or unconditioned space shall be sealed. Batts in narrow cavities shall be cut to fit,or narrow Narrow cavities cavities shall be filled by insulation that on installation readily conforms to the available cavity spaces. Garage separation Air sealing shall be provided between the garage and conditioned spaces. Recessed lighting Recessed light fixtures installed in the building thermal envelope Recessed light fixtures installed in the building shall be sealed to the drywall. thermal envelope shall be air tight and IC rated. Plumbing and wiring Batt insulation shall be cut neatly to fit around wiring and plumbing in exterior walls,or insulation that on installation readily conforms to available space shall extend behind oioing and wiring Shower/tub The air barrier installed at exterior walls adjacent to showers and Exterior walls adjacent to showers and tubs shall on exterior wall tubs shall separate them from the showers and tubs. be insulated. Electrical/phone box or The air barrier shall be installed behind electrical or communication exterior walls boxes or air-sealed boxes shall be installed. HVAC register boots HVAC register boots that penetrate building thermal envelope shall be sealed to the sub-floor or drywall. Concealed When required to be sealed.concealed fire sprinklers shall only be sprinklers sealed in a manner that is recommended by the manufacturer. Caulking or other adhesive sealants shall not be used to fill voids between fire sorinkler cover plates and walls or ceilings. a.In addition,inspection of log walls shall be in accordance with the provisions of ICC-400. 7/30/2018 8:06 PM EnergyGauge®USA 6.0.02(Rev. 1)-FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition(2017) Compliant Software Page 1 of 1 Building Input Summary Report PROJECT Title: Joost Residence Address type: S Building Type: User Bedrooms: 4 Lot#: Owner: Joost Conditioned Area: 3597 Block/SubDivision: Total Stories: 2 PlatBook: Builder Name: Hammond Air Conditioning Worst Case: No Street: 332 Fourth St. Permit Office: DUVAL Rotate Angle: 0 County: duval Jurisdiction: Cross Ventilation: City,State,Zip: Atlantic Beach, Family Type: Single-family Whole House Fan: FL, New/Existing: New(From Plans) Terrain: Suburban Year Construct: 2018 Shielding: Suburban Comment: CLIMATE V /Design Design Temp Int Design Temp Heating Design Daily temp Location Tmy Site 97.5% 2.5% Winter Summer Degree Days Moisture Range FL,Jacksonville FL_JACKSONVILLE_INTL_A 32 93 70 75 1281 49 Medium UTILITY Fuel Unit Utility Name Monthly Fixed Cost $/Unit _Electricity kWh EnergyGauge Default 0.00 0.11 _Natural Gas Therm EnergyGauge Default 0.00 0.68 _Fuel Oil Gallon EnergyGauge Default 0.00 1.10 _Propane Gallon EnergyGauge Default 0.00 1.40 SURROUNDINGS ---------Shade Trees---------- -----Adjacent Buildings------ Ornt Type Height Width Distance Exist Height Width Distance N None Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft NE None Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft E None Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft SE None Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft S None Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft SW None Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft W None Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft NW None Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft Oft BLOCKS Number Name Area Volume _1 Block/ 1769 18574.5 2 Block2 1828 16452 SPACES Number Name Area Volume Kitchen Occupants Bedrooms Finished Cooled Heated _1 1st Floor 1769 18574.5 Yes 0 Yes Yes Yes 2 2nd floor 1828 16452 No 4 4 Yes Yes Yes 7/30/2018 8:07:01 PM EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 1 Building Input Summary Report FLOORS (Total Exposed Area = 1828 sq.ft.) V# Floor Type Space Exposed Perim Perimeter R-Value Area U-Factor Joist R-Value Tile Wood Carpet _1 Slab-On-Grade Edge Ins 1st Floor 174 0 1769 ft 0.587 -- 0.3 0.3 0.4 _2 Floor Over Other Space 2nd floor -- -- 1769 ft 0.285 0.3 0.3 0.4 3 Raised Floor 2nd floor -- -- 59 ft 0.063 19 0.3 0.3 0.4 ROOF Roof Gable Roof Rad Solar SA Emitt Emitt Deck Pitch # Type Materials Area Area Color Barr Absor. Tested Tested Insul. (deg) 1 Gable or shed Metal 1980 ft2 380 ft2 Medium N 0.96 No 0.9 No 20 22.6 ATTIC V# Type Ventilation Vent Ratio(1 in) Area RBS IRCC 1 Full attic Unvented 0 1828 ft2 N N CEILING (Total Exposed Area = 1828 sq.ft.) ✓# Ceiling Type Space R-Value Ins.Type Area U-Factor Framing Frac. Truss Type 1 Under Attic(Unvented) 2nd floor 0.0 Blown 1828.0ft2 0.062 0.11 Wood WALLS (Total Exposed Area = 3480 sq.ft.) Adjacent Cavity Width Height Area U- Sheath Frm. Solar Below ✓# Ornt To Wall Type Space R-Value Ft In Ft In sq.ft. Factor R-Value Frac. Absor. Grade 1 N Exterior Frame-Wood 1st Floor 11.0 34.0 8 10.0 6 364.0 0.101 0.23 0.75 0% _ _2 S Exterior Frame-Wood 1st Floor 11.0 34.0 8 10.0 6 364.0 0.101 0.23 0.75 0% _3 E Exterior Frame-Wood 1st Floor 11.0 53.0 2 10.0 6 558.3 0.101 0.23 0.75 0% _4 W Exterior Frame-Wood 1st Floor 11.0 53.0 2 10.0 6 558.3 0.101 0.23 0.75 0% _5 N Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11.0 13.0 1 9.0 0 117.8 0.101 0.23 0.75 0% _6 N Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11.0 23.0 7 9.0 0 212.3 0.101 0.23 0.75 0% _7 S Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11.0 36.0 8 9.0 0 330.0 0.101 0.23 0.75 0% 8 E Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11.0 54.0 2 9.0 0 487.5 0.101 0.23 0.75 0% _ 9 W Exterior Frame-Wood 2nd floor 11.0 54.0 2 9.0 0 487.5 0.101 0.23 0.75 0% WINDOWS (Total Exposed Area = 836 sq.ft.) Wall -Overhang-- V# Ornt ID Frame Panes NFRC U-Factor SHGC Imp Storm Area Depth Separation Interior Shade Screening _1 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 23.3ft2 8.0 ft 0 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _2 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 21.0ft2 8.0 ft 0 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _3 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 21.0ft2 8.0 ft 0 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _4 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 13.0ft2 8.0 ft 0 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _5 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 72.0ft2 8.0 ft 0 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _6 N 1 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 72.0ft2 8.0 ft 0 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _7 S 2 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 80.0ft2 12.0 ft 4 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _8 S 2 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 37.3ft2 12.0 ft 4 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _9 E 3 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 21.0ft2 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _10E 3 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 32.0ft2 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _11E 3 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 54.0ft2 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _12W 4 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 105.0ft2 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None 13N 5 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 15.0ft2 8.0 ft 0 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None 7/30/2018 8:07:01 PM EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 2 Building Input Summary Report WINDOWS(Continued) _14N 6 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 22.2ft' 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _15S 7 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 65.0ft2 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _16E 8 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 64.0ft' 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _17E 8 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 26.0ft2 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None -18E 8 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 30.2ft2 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None _19W 9 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 49.5ft2 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None 20W 9 Vinyl Low-E Double Yes 0.32 0.19 N N 12.0ft' 1.0 ft 2 in 2.0 ft 0 in None None INFILTRATION V# Scope Method SLA CFM50 ELA EgLA ACH ACH50 Space(s) _1 Wholehouse Proposed ACH(50) 0.00043 4086 224.34 421.90 0.2326 7.0 All MASS ✓# Mass Type Area Thickness Furniture Fraction Space _1 Default(8 lbs/sq.ft.) 0 ft' 0 ft 0.30 1st Floor _2 Default(8 lbs/sq.ft.) 0 ft' 0 ft 0.30 2nd floor HEATING SYSTEM ✓# System Type Subtype AHRI# Efficiency Capacity --Geothermal HeatPump--- Ducts Block kBtu/hr Entry Power Volt Current _1 Electric Heat Pump Split HSPF:8.20 30.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 sys#1 1 2 Electric Heat Pump Split HSPF:8.20 30.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 sys#2 2 COOLING SYSTEM V# System Type Subtype AHRI# Efficiency Capacity Air Flow SHR Duct Block kBtu/hr cfm _1 Central Unit Split SEER:14.5 30.0 900 0.75 sys#1 1 2 Central Unit Split SEER:14.5 30.0 900 0.75 sys#2 2 HOT WATER SYSTEM V# System Type Subtype Location EF(UEF) Cap Use SetPnt Fixture Flow Pipe Ins. Pipe length 1 Propane Tankless Exterior 0.82(0.82) 1.00 gal 70 gal 120 deg Standard =>R-3 225 Recirculation Recirc Control Loop Branch Pump DWHR Facilities Equal DWHR Other Credits System Type length length power Connected Flow Eff 1 No NA NA NA No NA NA NA None DUCTS V/Duct ---Supply---- ------Return------ Air CFM 25 CFM 25 HVAC# # Location R-Value Area Location R-Value Area Leakage Type Handler TOT OUT QN RLF Heat Cool _1 Attic 6.0 195 ft' Attic 6.0 175 ft' Default Leakage 1st Floor (Default)(Default) 1 1 2 Attic 6.0 195 ft' Attic 6.0 175 ft' Default Leakage Attic (Default)(Default) 2 2 7/30/2018 8:07:02 PM EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 3 Building Input Summary Report TEMPERATURES Programable Thermostat:Y Ceiling Fans:N Cooling [I Jan []Feb [I Mar []Apr [I May [X]Jun [X]Jul [X]Aug [X]Sep []Oct []Nov []Dec Heating [X]Jan [X]Feb [X]Mar []Apr []May []Jun []Jul []Aug []Sep []Oct [X]Nov [X]Dec Venting [)Jan [I Feb [X]Mar [X]Apr [I May [I Jun []Jul []Aug (]Sep [X]Oct [X)Nov (]Dec V/ Thermostat Schedule: HERS 2006 Reference Hours Schedule Type 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Cooling(WD) AM 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 80 80 80 80 PM 80 80 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 Cooling(WEH) AM 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 PM 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 _Heating(WD) AM 66 66 66 66 66 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 PM 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 66 66 Heating(WEH) AM 66 66 66 66 66 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 PM 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 66 66 HARD WIRED LIGHTING VD Type Screen Location Total# Quantity# Comp Fl All Other Fl Bulb Type Schedule Watts per bulb 1 Hard-Wired Default Exterior 20 2 HERS2011 60 MISC ELECTRICAL LOADS \AD Type Screen Location Item Quantity Catagory Operating Schedule Off Standby 1 Misc Elec Load Simple Default Main 1 1 HERS2011 1 APPLIANCES & LIGHTING SCHEDULES Appliance Schedule: HERS2014 Hours Schedule Type 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Occupancy peak: 400 Btu AM 0.930 0.930 0.930 0.930 0.930 0.930 0.930 0.980 0.460 0.270 0.270 0.270 %Released: 100 % PM 0.270 0.270 0.270 0.270 0.330 0.610 1.000 1.000 0.930 0.930 0.930 0.930 refrig peak: 0 W AM 0.824 0.804 0.784 0.764 0.744 0.734 0.744 0.754 0.764 0.794 0.814 0.854 %Released: 100 % PM 0.854 0.864 0.884 0.904 0.925 0.945 0.925 0.915 0.904 0.894 0.874 0.854 cWash peak: 0 W AM 0.200 0.100 0.050 0.050 0.050 0.075 0.200 0.375 0.500 0.800 0.950 1.000 %Released: 30 % PM 0.875 0.850 0.800 0.625 0.625 0.600 0.575 0.550 0.625 0.700 0.650 0.375 E-cDry peak: 0 W AM 0.200 0.100 0.050 0.050 0.050 0.075 0.200 0.375 0.500 0.800 0.950 1.000 %Released: 15 % PM 0.875 0.850 0.800 0.625 0.625 0.600 0.575 0.550 0.625 0.700 0.650 0.375 dWash peak: 0 W AM 0.139 0.050 0.028 0.024 0.029 0.090 0.169 0.303 0.541 0.594 0.502 0.443 %Released: 60 % PM 0.376 0.396 0.334 0.323 0.344 0.448 0.791 1.000 0.800 0.597 0.383 0.281 E-rOven peak: 0 W AM 0.057 0.057 0.057 0.057 0.057 0.114 0.171 0.286 0.343 0.343 0.343 0.400 %Released: 80 % PM 0.457 0.343 0.286 0.400 0.571 1.000 0.857 0.429 0.286 0.229 0.171 0.114 TVs peak: 252 W AM 0.100 0.050 0.050 0.050 0.100 0.200 0.400 0.450 0.400 0.200 0.100 0.100 %Released: 100 % PM 0.050 0.050 0.150 0.450 0.850 1.000 0.950 0.800 0.500 0.250 0.150 0.100 cFan peak: 0 W AM 0.600 0.600 0.600 0.600 0.600 0.600 0.600 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 %Released: 100 % PM 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.550 0.600 0.600 0.600 0.600 0.600 7/30/2018 8:07:02 PM EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 4 Building Input Summary Report APPLIANCES & LIGHTING SCHEDULES(Continued) lgts-in peak: 0 W AM 0.160 0.150 0.160 0.180 0.230 0.450 0.420 0.260 0.190 0.160 0.120 0.110 %Released: 100 % PM 0.160 0.170 0.250 0.270 0.340 0.550 0.600 0.880 1.000 0.880 0.510 0.280 Igts-out peak: 75 W AM 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.750 0.750 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 %Released: 0 % PM 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.500 0.750 0.750 0.750 1.000 Igts-gar peak: 0 W AM 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.500 0.750 1.000 0.750 0.500 0.000 0.000 %Released: 0 % PM 0.000 0.000 0.500 0.500 0.750 1.000 0.750 0.500 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 MEL peak: 0 W AM 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.750 0.750 0.850 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.900 0.900 %Released: 90 % PM 0.900 0.900 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.850 0.750 0.750 7/30/2018 8:07:02 PM EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 5 System Sizing Calculations - Summer Residential Load - Whole House Component Details Joost Project Title: 332 Fourth St. Joost Residence Atlantic Beach, FL 7/30/2018 Reference City: Jacksonville, FL Temperature Difference: 20.0F(TMY3 99%) Humidity difference: 49gr. Component Loads for Whole House Type* Overhang Window Area(sqft) HTM Load Window Panes SHGC U InSh IS Omt Len Hgt Gross Shaded Unshaded Shaded Unshaded 1 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No N 8.0ft 2.0ft I 23.3 0.0 23.3 10 10 242 Btuh 2 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No N 8.0ft 2.0ft 21.0 0.0 21.0 10 10 218 Btuh 3 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No N 8.0ft 2.0ft 21.0 0.0 21.0 10 10 218 Btuh 4 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No N 8.0ft 2.0ft 13.0 0.0 13.0 10 10 135 Btuh 5 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No N 8.0ft 2.0ft 72.0 0.0 72.0 10 10 747 Btuh 6 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No N 8.0ft 2.0ft 72.0 0.0 72.0 10 10 747 Btuh 7 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No S 12.3f 2.0ft 80.0 80.0 0.0 10 12 830 Btuh 8 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No S 12.3f 2.0ft 37.3 37.3 0.0 10 12 387 Btuh 9 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No E 1.2ft 2.0ft 21.0 0.0 21.0 10 25 518 Btuh 10 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No E 1.2ft 2.0ft 32.0 0.0 32.0 10 25 790 Btuh 11 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No E 1.2ft 2.0ft 54.0 0.0 54.0 10 25 1332 Btuh 12 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No W 1.2ft 2.0ft 105.0 0.0 105.0 10 25 2591 Btuh 13 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No N 8.0ft 2.0ft 15.0 0.0 15.0 10 10 156 Btuh 14 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No N 1.2ft 2.0ft ' 22.2 0.0 22.2 10 10 230 Btuh 15 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No S 1.2ft 2.0ft 65.0 61.3 3.7 10 12 680 Btuh 16 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No E 1.2ft 2.0ft 64.0 0.0 64.0 10 25 1579 Btuh 17 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No E 1.2ft 2.0ft 26.0 0.0 26.0 10 25 642 Btuh 18 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No E 1.2ft 2.0ft 30.2 0.0 30.2 10 25 746 Btuh 19 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No W 1.2ft 2.0ft 49.5 0.0 49.5 10 25 1221 Btuh 20 2 NFRC 0.19,0.32 No No W 1.2ft 2.0ft 12.0 0.0 12.0 10 25 296 Btuh Window Total 836(sqft) _14305 Btuh Walls Type U-Value R-Value Area(sqft) HTM - Load Cav/Sheath 1 Frame-Wood-Ext 0.09 11.0/0.0 141.7 2.8 391 Btuh 2 1 Frame-Wood-Ext 0.09 11.0/0.0 246.7 2.8 681 Btuh 3 Frame-Wood-Ext 0.09 11.0/0.0 451.3 2.8 1246 Btuh 4 Frame-Wood-Ext 0.09 11.0/0.0 453.3 2.8 1251 Btuh 5 Frame-Wood-Ext 0.09 11.0/0.0 102.7 2.8 284 Btuh 6 Frame-Wood-Ext 0.09 11.0/0.0 190.1 2.8 525 Btuh 7 Frame-Wood-Ext 0.09 11.0/0.0 265.0 2.8 732 Btuh 8 Frame-Wood-Ext 0.09 11.0/0.0 367.3 2.8 1014 Btuh 9 Frame-Wood-Ext 0.09 11.0/0.0 426.0 2.8 1176 Btuh Wall Total 2644(sqft) 7299 Btuh h_ Ceilings Type/Color/Surface U-Value R-Value Area(sqft) HTM Load 1 Unvented Attic/Light/Metal 0.048 0.0/20.0 1828.0 1.24 2274 Btuh Ceiling Total 1828(sqft) 2274 Btuh Floors .Type R-Value Size HTM Load 1 Slab On Grade 0.0 1769(ft-perimeter) 0.0 0 Btuh 2 Interior 0.0 1769(sqft) 0.0 0 Btuh 3 Raised-Open 19.0 59(sqft) 0.8 44 Btuh Floor Total 3597.0 (sqft) 44 Btuh Envelope Subtotal: 23922 Btuh EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 1 Manual J Summer Calculations Residential Load - Component Details (continued) Joost Project Title: Climate:FL_JACKSONVILLE_INTL_ARPT 332 Fourth St. Joost Residence Atlantic Beach. FL 7/30/2018 Infiltration Type Average ACH Volume(cuft)Wall Ratio CFM= Load Natural 0.28 35027 1 162.9 3581 Btuh Internal Occupants Btuh/occupant Appliance Load gain 4 _ X 230 + 13000 13920 Btuh Sensible Envelope Load: 41423 Btuh Duct load (DGMs vary for Mixed ducts) 2334 Btuh Sensible Load All Zones 43758 Btuh EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 2 Manual J Summer Calculations Residential Load - Component Details (continued) Joost Project Title: Climate:FL_JACKSONVILLE_INTL_ARPT 332 Fourth St. Joost Residence Atlantic Beach, FL 7/30/2018 WHOLE HOUSE TOTALS Sensible Envelope Load All Zones 41423 Btuh Sensible Duct Load 2334 Btuh Total Sensible Zone Loads 43758 Btuh Sensible ventilation 0 Btuh Blower 400 Btuh Whole House Total sensible gain 44158 Btuh Totals for Cooling Latent infiltration gain (for 49 gr. humidity difference) 5424 Btuh Latent ventilation gain 0 Btuh Latent duct gain 2885 Btuh Latent occupant gain (4.0 people @ 200 Btuh per person) 800 Btuh Latent other gain 0 Btuh Latent total gain 9109 Btuh TOTAL GAIN 53266 Btuh EQUIPMENT 1. Central Unit Carrier#25HNB530A**30 30000 Btuh 2. Central Unit Carrier#25HNB530A**30 30000 Btuh *Key: Window types(Panes-Number and type of panes of glass) (SHGC-Shading coefficient of glass as SHGC numerical value) (U-Window U-Factor) (InSh-Interior shading device: none(No). Blinds(B),Draperies(D)or Roller Shades(R)) ho - For Blinds:Assume medium color,half closed ti y For Draperies:Assume medium weave,half closed For Roller shades:Assume translucent, half closed (IS-Insect screen:none(N).Full(F)or Half(%)) MOM.1 (Ornt-compass orientation) -q1111111111," Version 8 • EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 3 System Sizing Calculations - Winter Residential Load - Whole House Component Details Joost Project Title: 332 Fourth St. Joost Residence Atlantic Beach, FL Building Type: User 7/30/2018 Reference City: Jacksonville, FL (Defaults) Winter Temperature Difference: 41.0 F (TMY3 99%) Component Loads for Whole House Window Panes/Type Frame U Orientation Area(sqft) X HTM= Load 1 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 N 23.3 13.1 306 Btuh 2 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 N 21.0 13.1 276 Btuh 3 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 N 21.0 13.1 276 Btuh 4 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 N 13.0 13.1 171 Btuh 5 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 N 72.0 13.1 945 Btuh 6 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 N 72.0 13.1 945 Btuh 7 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 S 80.0 13.1 1050 Btuh 8 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 S 37.3 13.1 490 Btuh 9 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 E 21.0 13.1 276 Btuh 10 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 E 32.0 13.1 420 Btuh 11 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 E 54.0 13.1 708 Btuh 12 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 W 105.0 13.1 1378 Btuh 13 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 N 15.0 13.1 197 Btuh 14 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 N 22.2 13.1 291 Btuh 15 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 S 65.0 13.1 853 Btuh 16 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 E 64.0 13.1 840 Btuh 17 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 E 26.0 13.1 341 Btuh 18 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 E 30.2 13.1 397 Btuh 19 2. NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 W 49.5 13.1 649 Btuh 20 2, NFRC 0.19 Vinyl 0.32 W 12.0 13.1 157 Btuh Window Total 835.6(sqft) 10963 Btuh Walls Type Ornt. Ueff. R-Value Area X HTM= Load (Cav/Sh) 1 Frame-Wood - Ext (0.095) 11.0/0.0 142 3.89 551 Btuh 2 Frame-Wood - Ext (0.095) 11.0/0.0 247 3.89 959 Btuh 3 Frame -Wood - Ext (0.095) 11.0/0.0 451 3.89 1755 Btuh 4 Frame-Wood -Ext (0.095) 11.0/0.0 453 3.89 1763 Btuh 5 Frame-Wood - Ext (0.095) 11.0/0.0 103 3.89 399 Btuh 6 Frame-Wood -Ext (0.095) 11.0/0.0 190 3.89 739 Btuh 7 Frame-Wood - Ext (0.095) 11.0/0.0 265 3.89 1031 Btuh 8 Frame-Wood - Ext (0.095) 11.0/0.0 367 3.89 1428 Btuh 9 Frame -Wood - Ext (0.095) 11.0/0.0 426 3.89 1657 Btuh Wall Total 2644(sqft) 10284 Btuh Ceilings Type/Color/Surface Ueff. R-Value Area X HTM= Load 1 Unvent Attic/L/Metal (0.048) 0.0/20.0 1828 2.0 3586 Btuh Ceiling Total 1828(sqft) 3586Btuh Floors Type Ueff. R-Value Size X HTM= Load 1 Slab On Grade (1.180) 0.0 174.0 ft(perim.) 48.4 8418 Btuh 2 Interior (1.180) 0.0 1769.0 sqft 0.0 0 Btuh 3 Raised -Open (0.050) 19.0 59.0 sqft 2.1 121 Btuh Floor Total 3597 sqft 8539 Btuh EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 1 Manual J Winter Calculations Residential Load - Component Details (continued) Joost Project Title: 332 Fourth St. Joost Residence Atlantic Beach, FL Building Type: User 7/30/2018 Envelope Subtotal: 33372 Btuh Infiltration Type Wholehouse ACH Volume(cuft) Wall Ratio CFM= Natural 0.37 35027 1.00 217.3 9789 Btuh Duct load (DLM of Mixed ducts) 3344 Btuh All Zones Sensible Subtotal All Zones 46505 Btuh [NHOLE HOUSE TOTALS Subtotal Sensible Heat Loss 46505 Btuh Totals for Heating Ventilation Sensible Heat Loss 0 Btuh Total Heat Loss 46505 Btuh EQUIPMENT 1. Electric Heat Pump Carrier#25HNB530A**30 30000 Btuh 2. Electric Heat Pump Carrier#25HNB530A**30 30000 Btuh Pawed ' Key:Window types-NFRC(Requires U-Factor and Shading coefficient(SHGC)of glass as numerical values) or-Glass as'Clear'or'Tint'(Uses U-Factor and SHGC defaults) U-(Window U-Factor) HTM-(Manual]Heat Transfer Multiplier) .•.M..�,:�R , HAMUfiL Version 8 EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 Page 2 Residential System Sizing Calculation Summary Joost Project Title: 332 Fourth St. Joost Residence Atlantic Beach, FL 7/30/2018 Location for weather data: Jacksonville. FL - Defaults: Latitude(30.5) Altitude(30 ft.) Temp Range(M) Humidity data: Interior RH (50%) Outdoor wet bulb (77F) Humidity difference(49gr.) Winter design temperature(TMY3 99%) 29 F Summer design temperature(TMY3 99%) 95 F Winter setpoint 70 F Summer setpoint 75 F Winter temperature difference 41 F Summer temperature difference 20 F Total heating load calculation 46505 Btuh Total cooling load calculation 53266 Btuh Submitted heating capacity % of calc Btuh Submitted cooling capacity % of calc Btuh Total (Electric Heat Pump) 129.0 60000 Sensible (SHR = 0.75) 101.9 45000 �;' Heat Pump +Auxiliary(0.0kW) 129.0 60000 Latent 164.7 15000 Total (Electric Heat Pump) 112.6 60000 WINTER CALCULATIONS Winter Heating Load (for 3597 sqft) Load component Load Ceilings(7.7°h) Window total 836 sgft 10963 Btuh Wall total 2644 sgft 10284 Btuh Ahndows(23b%) Door total 0 sqft 0 Btuh [ 4:aus(22 1%) Ceiling total 1828 sgft 3586 Btuh Floor total See detail report 8539 Btuh Infiltration 217 cfm 9789 Btuh Duct loss 3344 Btuh oucts(7.2%) Subtotal 46505 Btuh Ventilation 0 cfm 0 Btuh TOTAL HEAT LOSS 46505 Btuh a Jl Infil.(21.0%) SUMMER CALCULATIONS Summer Cooling Load (for 3597 sqft) Load component Load Window total 836 sgft 14305 Btuh Wall total 2644 sgft 7299 Btuh rCeilings(4.3°h) Door total 0 sgft 0 Btuh Ceiling total 1828 sqft 2274 Btuh WA'ails(13.7%) Windows(26.9%) Floor total 44 Btuh Infiltration 163 cfm 3581 Btuh Floors(0.1%) Internal gain 13920 Btuh Duct gain 2334 Btuh Sens.Ventilation 0 cfm 0 Btuh Blower Load 400 Btuh ( Latentint(1.5%) Total sensibleain 44158 Btuh Infil.(16.9%) g Blower(0.8%) Latent gain(ducts) 2885 Btuh Latent gain(infiltration) 5424 Btuh Latent gain(ventilation) 0 Btuh Latent gain(internal/occupants/other) 800 Btuh i Ducts(9.8%) Int.Gain(26.1°h)) Total latent gain 9109 Btuh TOTAL HEAT GAIN 53266 Btuh EnergyGauge®System Sizing �'J�,,f Air\.. 8th Edition PREPARED BY: I II(9J� DATE_ 7/30/18 EnergyGauge®/USRCZB v6.1 OFFICE COPY Residential Equipment Selection Summary EnergyGauge Joost Residence 12/19/2018 332 Fourth St. Block 1, Heating System 1, Cooling System 1 Atlantic Beach, FL Conditions Outdoor Winter Dry Bulb: 29 F Summer Dry Bulb: 95 F Summer Wet Bulb: 77 F Room Winter Dry Bulb: 70 F Summer Dry Bulb: 75 F RH: 55 % Air Entering Indoor Coil Winter Dry Bulb: 70 F Summer Dry Bulb: 78 F Summer Wet Bulb: 67 F 0 i Design Loads (Manual J or equivalent) Heating: 26.820 Sensible Cooling: 21.561 Latent Cooling: 5.339 I Air Flow Estimate Heating CFM: 900 Cooling CFM: 900 Equipment Information - Heating Type: Electric Heat Pump Manufacturer: Carrier Nominal Capacity: 30.00 Outdoor Model: 25HBC536A AHRI Number: 3645722 Indoor Model: FB4CNF030+TXV Equipment Information -Cooling Type: Electric Heat Pump Manufacturer: Carrier Speed: Single-Speed Outdoor Model: 25HBC536A AHRI Number: 3645722 Indoor Model: FB4CNF030+TXV AHRI/Nominal Capacity: 30.00 OEM Capacity at Design Conditions Total Latent Sensible Sens plus excess Latent 28.29 7.7 20.6 21.8 Manual S Compliance-Cooling Cooling-Only Equipment or Cooling Mode of Heat Pump in Condition A Climate Total: Required: 90— 115% Actual: 105% Passes Manual S for Total PASS Latent: Required: 100— 150% Actual: 145 % Manual S for Latent PASS Sensible: Required: 90% or more Actual: 101 % Manual S for Sensible PASS Heat Pump equipment is sized for cooling. I hereby certify that Prepared by: 201 8.1 2.1 9 the equipment selected is in 21 :15:21 accordance with ACCA Manual S. Date: KAl ENERcv ro�Kr��. -05'00' Residential Equipment Selection Summary Manual S Heat Pump Supplemental Requirements EnergyGauge Joost Residence 12/19/2018 332 Fourth St. Block 1, Heating Systeml, Cooling Systeml Atlantic Beach, FL Thermal Balance Point Design Temperature 29.0 °F ✓ AHRI Capacity Load at Design T 26.8 Mbtuh • Building Loads 25 ▪ Design Load Thermal Balance Point 33.6 °F g 20 /J AHRI/Nominal Capacity 30.00 Mbtuh u 15 OEM Capacity at design T 20.75 Mbtuh rn U• 1. Supplemental Heat Required * 6.1 Mbtuh (1.8KW) Supplemental Heat Installed 2.0 KW 4 20 30 40 50 60 % of supplemental requirement 125.8 % OutdoorAirtemperature(F) Required: 95% - 175% Passes Manual S supplemental heat requirement The difference between the Manual J building load at design temperature and the Original Equipment Manufacter's published capacity at desigh temperature.(ACCA Manual S,Section 2-11) Residential Equipment Selection Summary EnergyGauge Joost Residence 12/19/2018 332 Fourth St. Block 2, Heating System2, Cooling System2 Atlantic Beach, FL Conditions Outdoor Winter Dry Bulb: 29 F Summer Dry Bulb: 95 F Summer Wet Bulb: 77 F Room Winter Dry Bulb: 70 F Summer Dry Bulb: 75 F RH: 55% Air Entering Indoor Coil Winter Dry Bulb: 70 F Summer Dry Bulb: 78 F Summer Wet Bulb: 67 F Design Loads (Manual J or equivalent) Heating: 19.253 Sensible Cooling: 21.355 Latent Cooling: 5.968 II Air Flow Estimate Heating CFM: 900 Cooling CFM: 900 Equipment Information - Heating Type: Electric Heat Pump Manufacturer: Carrier Nominal Capacity: 30.00 Outdoor Model: 25HBC536A AHRI Number: 3645722 Indoor Model: FB4CNF030+TXV Equipment Information - Cooling Type: Electric Heat Pump Manufacturer: Carrier Speed: Single-Speed Outdoor Model: 25HBC536A AHRI Number: 3645722 Indoor Model: FB4CNF030+TXV AHRI/Nominal Capacity: 30.00 OEM Capacity at Design Conditions Total Latent Sensible Sens plus excess Latent 28.29 7.7 20.6 21.4 Manual S Compliance-Cooling Cooling-Only Equipment or Cooling Mode of Heat Pump in Condition A Climate Total: Required: 90— 115% Actual: 104% Passes Manual S for Total PASS Latent: Required: 100— 150% Actual: 129 % Manual S for Latent PASS Sensible: Required: 90% or more Actual: 100 % Manual S for Sensible PASS Heat Pump equipment is sized for cooling. I hereby certify that Prepared by: 2018.12.19 the equipment selected is in ura 1r i 21 :15:57 accordance with ACCA Manual S. Date: ►' ..I N}8CiY1(L:M', 05'00' Residential Equipment Selection Summary Manual S Heat Pump Supplemental Requirements EnergyGauge Joost Residence 12/19/2018 332 Fourth St. Block 2, Heating System2, Cooling System2 Atlantic Beach, FL Thermal Balance Point Design Temperature 29.0 °F I AHRI Capacity Load at Design T 19.3 Mbtuh 25 II Building Loads U Design Load Thermal Balance Point 26.8 °F 53 20 AHRI/Nominal Capacity 30.00 Mbtuh 15 OEM Capacity at design T 20.75 Mbtuh o. 10 Supplemental Heat Required * None 5 Supplemental Heat Installed 0.0 KW 0 20 30 40 50 50 a % of supplemental requirement 0.0 °A) Outdoor Air tern peratureiF) Required: 95% - 175% Passes Manual S *The difference between the Manual J building load at design temperature and the Original Equipment Manufacter's published capacity at desigh temperature.(ACCA Manual S.Section 2-11) OFFICE COPY ICC EVALUATION Most Widely Accepted and Trusted SERVICE OXONION lRu Innovation RESEARCH LABS ICC-ES Evaluation Report ESR-2290 ICC-ES I (800)423-6587 I (562) 699-0543 I www.icc-es.org Reissued 03/2018 This report is subject to renewal 03/2020. DIVISION: 06 00 00—WOOD, PLASTICS AND COMPOSITES SECTION: 06 16 00— SHEATHING DIVISION: 07 00 00—THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION SECTION: 07 46 46— FIBER-CEMENT SIDING REPORT HOLDER: JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS INC. 10901 ELM AVENUE FONTANA, CALIFORNIA 92337 EVALUATION SUBJECT: HARDIESHINGLETN1 (NEW HARDIESHINGLE®) PANELS, HARDIEPLANKTM LAP SIDING, ARTISAN® LAP SIDING, AND HARDIESHINGLETM (NEW HARDIESHINGLE®) INDIVIDUAL SHINGLES ICC ICC ICC LE:(5Th PMG c LISTED Look for the trusted marks of Conformity! SIM "2014 Recipient of Prestigious Western States Seismic Policy CouncilINTE (WSSPC)Award in Excellence" A Subsidiary of CODE O�uNC r ICC ES Evaluation Reports are not to be construed as representing aesthetics or any other attributes not "`C64. specifically addressed, nor are they to be construed as an endorsement of the subject of the report or a ANSI 9- recommendation for its use. There is no warranty by ICC Evaluation Service, LLC, express or implied, as ACCREDITED ISOIEC 11065 to any finding or other matter in this report, or as to any product covered by the report. 0. 1 w^ Att1�GY Cd1 , Copyright©2018 ICC Evaluation Service, LLC. All rights reserved. ICC ESEVALUATION SERVICE Most Widely Accepted and Trusted ICC-ES Evaluation Report ESR-2290 Reissued March 2018 This report is subject to renewal March 2020. www.icc-es.orq I (800)423-6587 I (562) 699-0543 A Subsidiary of the International Code Council® DIVISION:06 00 00—WOOD,PLASTICS AND 2.0 USES COMPOSITES Section:06 16 00—Sheathing James Hardie fiber-cement panels, plank lap siding, and cladding shingles are used as exterior wall covering. The DIVISION:07 00 00—THERMAL AND MOISTURE products comply with IBC Sections 1404.10 and IRC PROTECTION Section R703.10. The products may be used on exterior Section:07 46 46—Fiber-Cement Siding walls required to be of Type I, II, Ill or IV construction (IBC). REPORT HOLDER: 3.0 DESCRIPTION JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 3.1 General: 10901 ELM AVENUE The exterior sidings are single-faced, cellulose fiber– FONTANA,CALIFORNIA 92337 reinforced cement (fiber-cement) products. Exterior (800)942-7343 sidings are identified as HardieShingle TM (New www.iameshardie.com HardieShingle®) panels, HardiePlankT"' (Cemplank®, info(ci)iameshardie.com PrevailTM, and RFC®) lap siding, Artisan® Lap Siding, and HardieShingleTM(New HardieShingle®)individual shingles. EVALUATION SUBJECT: The products comply with ASTM C1186, as Grade II, HARDIESHINGLETM(NEW HARDIESHINGLE®)PANELS, Type A; have a flame-spread index of 0 and a smoke- HARDIEPLANKTM LAP SIDING,ARTISAN®LAP SIDING, developed index of 5 when tested in accordance with AND HARDIESHINGLETM (NEW HARDIESHINGLE®) ASTM E84; and are classified as noncombustible when INDIVIDUAL SHINGLES tested in accordance with ASTM E136. Thermal conductance(K)and resistance(R)values for the products 1.0 EVALUATION SCOPE are as shown in Table 2 of this report, based on testing in accordance with ASTM C177. 1.1 Compliance with the following codes: The attributes of the fiber-cement sidings have been • 2015, 2012, 2009 and 2006 International Building verified as conforming to the provisions of(i)ICC 700-2012 Code®(IBC) Sections 602.1.6 and 11.602.1.6 for termite-resistant • 2015, 2012, 2009 and 2006 International Residential materials; and (ii) ICC 700-2008 Section 602.8 for Code®(IRC) termite-resistant materials. Note that decisions on compliance for those areas rest with the user of this report. • 2013 Abu Dhabi International Building Code(ADIBC)1 The user is advised of the project-specific provisions that 'The ADIBC is based on the 2009 IBC.2009 IBC code sections referenced may be contingent upon meeting specific conditions, and in this report are the same sections in the ADIBC. the verification of those conditions is outside the scope of Properties evaluated: this report. These codes or standards often provide supplemental information as guidance. • Weather protection 3.2 Siding: • Structural HardieShingleTM (New HardieShingle®) panels, • Types I, II, Ill,and IV(noncombustible)construction HardiePlankTM (Cemplank®, PrevailTM and RFC®) lap siding, Artisan® Lap Siding, and HardieShingleTM (New • Fire-resistance-rated construction HardieShingle®) individual shingles are supplied either • Thermal resistance unprimed or primed for subsequent application of a compatible primer and/or exterior-grade top coat. Nominal 1.2 Evaluation to the following green standards: product dimensions are noted in Table 1. 2015, 2012 and 2008 ICC 700 National Green Building The products are available in a variety of finish textures. StandardT" (ICC 700-2012 and ICC 700-2008) HardieShingleTM panels are offered in three configurations: half-round, staggered-edge, and square-edge. New Attributes verified: HardieShingle® individual shingles are offered in two See Section 3.1 configurations: staggered-edge and square-edge. RV-ES Evaluation Reports are not to be construed as representing ac'crh¢ncs or any other attributes not specifically addressed nor are they to he construed III as an endorsement of the subject of the report or a recommendation for us use.There is no warranty by RI.Evaluation Service.1.1.('.express or implied,as to any binding or other matter in(Inc report.or as to an product covered by the report Copyright C 2018 ICC Evaluation Service,LLC. All rights reserved. Page 1 of 27 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 2 of 27 3.3 Fasteners: Vertical joints between planks must be lightly butted or Fastener type, size, spacing and installation method must gapped and must be protected by one of the following be as shown in the tables of this report. Fasteners must be methods: (a) sealed with caulking in accordance with the made from corrosion-resistant steel. caulk manufacturer's published gapping requirements and 4.0 DESIGN AND INSTALLATION caulking application instructions; or (b) covered with an H-section joint cover; or (c) located over a strip of 4.1 Design: non-perforated flashing complying with ASTM D226,Type I Walls: The maximum basic wind speeds for positive or felt, or other approved flashing. Trim and corners must be negative transverse load resistance of HardieShingleTM installed and the siding must be finished in accordance (New HardieShingle®) panels, HardiePlankTM (Cemplank® with the manufacturer's application instructions. A 1/8-inch PrevailT*', and RFC®) lap siding, Artisan® Lap Siding, and (3.2 mm) gap must be left at locations where the siding HardieShingle T'" (New HardieShingle®) individual shingles butts against door and window trim and at internal or are presented in Tables 3 through 13. external corners; such gaps must be flashed in accordance with the applicable code, then caulked. Horizontal joints 4.2 Installation: must be flashed with Z-flashing and occur over solid 4.2.1 General: Installation must comply with this report, blocking or wood structural panel sheathing. and a copy of this report must be available at all times on 4.2.4 Artisan® Lap Siding: When installation is on wood the jobsite during installation. All products may be cut to or metal framing members, with or without wood structural shape on-site by the score-and-snap method using a panel sheathing, the lap siding must be fastened through score-and-snap knife, a hand guillotine or a handsaw the top edge of single planks (blind nailed) in accordance utilizing a carbide blade. A clear distance of 6 inches with the provisions of Table 4 of this report. A water- (152 mm) must be maintained between the siding and the resistive barrier must be applied over wood or metal earth. Unless otherwise noted in this report, the products framing or wood structural panel sheathing in accordance must be installed in accordance with 2015 and 2012 IBC with the applicable code. Lap siding installed over walls Section 1405.16; 2015 and 2012 IRC Section R703.10; constructed of concrete masonry units complying with 2009 IBC Sections 1405.16; ; 2009 IRC Section R703.10; ASTM C90 must be applied in accordance with Tables 5 2006 IBC Sections 1405.15 and 1405.16; or 2006 IRC through 10. The lap siding requires the use of a starter Section R703.10,as applicable. strip to set the first course on the proper angle and to 4.2.2 HardieShingleTm (New HardieShingle®) Panels: create a drip edge. When installation is on wood or metal framing members, Vertical joints must be made off-stud by means of the with or without wood structural panel sheathing, a tongue and groove joint. Tongue and groove joints may be water-resistive barrier must be applied over the wood or located centrally between studs but no closer than 4 inches metal framing members or wood structural panel sheathing (102 mm) from the edge of a stud. Nails must not be in accordance with the applicable code. The panels must placed within 2 inches (51 mm) of the tongue and groove be fastened in accordance with the provisions of Table 4 of at the end of the planks. Vertical joints must be staggered this report. on subsequent courses. The plank must then be fastened A 1/8-inch (3.2 mm) gap must be left at locations where to the framing with corrosion-resistant fasteners. the siding butts against door and window trim and at internal or external corners; such gaps must be flashed in Vertical joints between planks must be lightly butted and accordance with the applicable code, then caulked. must be located over a strip of non-perforated flashing Vertical joints must occur over framing members and must complying with ASTM D226, Type I felt, or other approved be sealed with caulking or covered with battens. Horizontal flashing. Trim and corners must be installed and the siding joints must be flashed with metal Z-flashing and occur over must be finished in accordance with the manufacturer's solid blocking or wood structural panel sheathing. application instructions. A 1/8-inch (3.2 mm) gap must be 4.2.3 HardiePlankTM (Cemplank®, PrevailTM, and RFC®) left at the locations where the siding butts against door and Lap Siding:When installation is on wood or metal framing window trim andeatn internal or external corners; such gaps members, with or without wood structural panel sheathing, must be flashed in accordanceoawith the applicable code, the lap siding must be fastened either through the then caulked. Horizontal joints must be flashed with Z-flashing and must occur over solid blocking or wood overlapping planks(face nailed)or through the top edge of structural panel sheathing. single planks (blind nailed) in accordance with the provisions of Table 4 of this report.A water-resistive barrier 4.2.5 HardieShingleTM (New HardieShingle) must be applied over wood or metal framing members or Individual Shingles: When installed on wood structural wood structural panel sheathing in accordance with the panel sheathing, the cladding shingles are fastened in applicable code. Lap siding installed over walls constructed accordance with the provisions of either Table 11, 12, or of concrete masonry units complying with ASTM C90 must 13 of this report. A water-resistive barrier in accordance be applied in accordance with Tables 5 through 10. The with the applicable code must be applied over the lap siding requires the use of a starter strip to set the first wood-based sheathing substrate to which the shingles are course on the proper angle and to create a drip edge. attached. Vertical joints must occur over studs, except where the The individual shingles require the use of a starter strip "off-stud splice device" is installed or where the planks to set the first course on the proper angle and to create a are installed to wood structural panel sheathing complying drip edge. The nominally 11/4-inch-wide-by-1/4-inch-thick with the applicable code, and must be staggered on starter strip and a minimum 81/4-inch-wide (210 mm) subsequent courses. Where the "off-stud splice device" is HardiePlankTM (Cemplank®, PrevailTM, and RFC®) lap installed, the splice device's bottom lip must be placed siding starter course are installed over the water-resistive over the adjacent solid course of planks. The plank must barrier with the bottom of the starter strip and starter then be fastened to the framing with corrosion-resistant course even with the bottom of the bottom plate. Shingles fasteners. The abutting plank must be positioned and are spaced a maximum of 1/4 inch (6.4 mm)apart, leaving fastened into place ensuring that the lower edges of the a minimum side lap of 11/2 inches (38 mm) between the two planks align. The metal device must be located joints of successive courses. Fasteners must be spaced a centrally over the vertical joint. minimum of 3/4 inch (19 mm) and a maximum of 1 inch ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 3 of 27 (25.4 mm) from shingle edges and must be positioned to 5.0 CONDITIONS OF USE be covered a nominal 11/4 inches by the succeeding The HardieShingle.'" (New HardieShingle®) panels, shingle course; for 12-inch-wide (305 mm) shingles, the HardiePlankT*' (Cemplank® PrevailTM', and RFC®) lap third nail (see Table 14) must be installed mid-span of the siding, Artisan® Lap Siding, and HardieShingle."' (New shingle. Nails must secure shingles but must not be HardieShingle(s) individual shingles described in this report over-driven. Trim and corners must be installed and the comply with, or are suitable alternatives to what is shingles must be finished in accordance with the specified in,those codes listed in Section 1.0 of this report, manufacturer's application instructions.A'/e-inch (3.2 mm) gap must be left at locations where the shingle butts subject to the following conditions: against door and window trim and at internal or external 5.1 James Hardie®Building Products, Inc, products listed corners;such gaps must be flashed in accordance with the in this report must be installed in accordance with this applicable code, then caulked. Horizontal joints must be report and the manufacturer's published installation flashed with Z-flashing. instructions. In the event of a conflict between this 4.3 Fire-resistance-rated Wall Assembly (HardiePlankT'" report and the manufacturer's instructions, this report governs. Lap Siding): 5.2 HardieShingle."" (New HardieShingle®) panels, The asymmetrical, load-bearing, one-hour fire-resistance- HardiePlank"' Cemplank®, PrevailTM" and RFC®) lap rated wall assembly must consist of nominally 2-by-4 wood siding, Artisan Lap Siding, and HardieShingle T"' studs spaced a maximum of 24 inches (610 mm) on (New HardieShingle®) individual shingles must be center, with two top plates and a single bottom plate. One installed on exterior walls braced in accordance the layer of 5/8-inch-thick (15.9), Type X, gypsum wallboard applicable code. complying with ASTM C36 or ASTM C1396, 48 inches (1219 mm) wide, must be applied vertically to the interior 5.3 Design wind speeds applied to James Hardie®sidings face of the studs and secured with minimum 13/4-inch-long described in this report must be determined in (44 mm) cup-head gypsum wallboard nails, spaced accordance with the applicable code and must be less 7 inches (178 mm) on center at board edges and than those shown in the wind speed tables in this intermediate framing members. All board joints must be report. backed by framing. The 5/8-inch-thick (15.9 mm), Type X, 5.4 The sidings must be installed over a code-complying gypsum wallboard joints and nail heads must be finished in water-resistive barrier and as noted in this report. accordance with ASTM C840 or GA216. The exterior face of the wall must be covered with one layer of 5.5 For use in fire-resistance-rated construction, (12.7 mm), Type X, water-resistant core treated gypsum installation must be in accordance with Section 4.3. sheathing complying with ASTM C36 or ASTM C1396 5.6 Flashing must be installed at all penetrations and and one layer of maximum 12-inch-wide (305 mm) terminations in accordance with the applicable code. HardiePlankT"' (Cemplank®, PrevailTM" and RFC®) lap 5.7 Under the 2015 or 2012 IBC, Section 1403.5, siding lapped a minimum of 11/4 inches (32 mm). The installation on exterior walls of buildings of Type I, II, /2-inch-thick (12.7 mm), Type X, water-resistant core- treated gypsum sheathing must be applied vertically to the III, and IV construction is limited to buildings that are exterior side of the framing members with vertical edges not greater than 40 feet in height above grade plane staggered 24 inches (610 mm) from the joints on the and that feature a combustible water-resistive barrier. opposite side. All board joints must be backed by framing. 5.8 The products are manufactured at the following The 1/2-inch-thick (12.7 mm), Type X, water-resistant locations,with quality control inspections by ICC-ES: core-treated gypsum sheathing must be fastened to the • Cleburne,Texas framing members with 13/4-inch-long (44 mm) roofing nails spaced 7 inches (178 mm) on center in the field and 4 • Peru, Illinois inches (102 mm) on center along the perimeter of each • board.The outer layer of 5/16-inch-thick(7.5 mm), minimum Plant City, Florida 12-inch-wide (305 mm) HardiePlank."" (Cemplank®, • Pulaski,Virginia PrevailTM and RFC®) lap siding must be applied over • Sparks, Nevada the 1/2-inch-thick (12.7 mm), Type X, water-resistant core-treated gypsum sheathing by attaching 11/2-inch-wide • Tacoma,Washington (38 mm) HardiePlank."'(Cemplank®, PrevailTM, and RFC®) • Waxahachie,Texas starter strips through the gypsum sheathing into the bottom plate and 12-inch-wide (305 mm) HardiePlank."" • Fontana,California (Cemplank®, PrevailTM, and RFC®) lap siding applied • Summerville, South Carolina horizontally with a minimum nominally 11/4-inch head lap, and fastening with a single 6d corrosion-resistant common 6.0 EVIDENCE SUBMITTED nail driven through the lapped planks into each stud. Data in accordance with the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria The axial load must be the lesser of the following, for Fiber Cement Siding Used as Exterior Wall Siding provided structural consideration for axial, flexural and (AC90), dated June 2012 (editorially revised September bearing perpendicular-to-grain stresses is in accordance 2015). with ANSI/AWC NDS-2015 for the 2015 IBC and IRC; 7.0 IDENTIFICATION ANSI/AF&PA NDS-2010 for the 2012 IBC or IRC (-2005 for the 2009 and 2006 IBC or IRC): Pallets of the JamesHardie® Building Products, Inc., 1. Maximum 100 percent of full allowable axial HardieShingleTM (New® HardieShingle®) panels, compressive design load permitted for the wood sidin,Plank ®(Lap Sidi , andPreHardieShingleTM and RFM ) lap siding, Artisan® Lap Siding, and HardieShingle (New species. HardieShingle®) individual shingles must carry a label 2. Maximum allowable wood axial stress of 0.78 F'c,which bearing the manufacturer's name and telephone number, must not exceed 0.78 Pc at a slenderness ratio le/d the product name, the name of the inspection agency, of 33. ICC-ES,and the evaluation report number(ESR-2290). ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 4 of 27 TABLE 1-STANDARD NOMINAL PANEL,PLANK AND SHINGLE DIMENSIONS PRODUCT WIDTH(INCHES) LENGTH THICKNESSES (INCHES) HardiePlank`lap siding 4,5'/q,6,6'/4,7'/4,7'/2,8, 12,14 feet 5/16 8/4,9/4,9/2&12 Artisans lap siding, 51/4,71/4,81/4 12,14 feet 5/8 Cemplanke lap siding 5'/4.6,6'/4 7'/4,7'/2,8, 12,14 feet 5/16 8/4,9/2&12 PrevailTM lap siding 5'/4,6,6'/4,7'/4,7'/2,8, 12,14 feet 5/,6 8/4,9/2&12 RFC®lap siding 61/4,71/2,8'/4,9'/2&12 12,14 feet 5/,6 New HardieShingle®5-inch exposure (square&staggered edge) 48 14 inches /4 New HardieShingle®7-inch exposure 48 151/4,15'/8 inches 1/4 (square&staggered edge) HardieShingleM panel (square&staggered edge) 48 16 inches 1/4 HardieShingle"'panel 48 16,19 inches '/4 (half round) New HardieShingle®individual 31/2,41/2,5'/2,7,8'/4 14 inches 1/4 shingles 5-inch exposure New HardieShingle®individual 4'/16,5'/2,63/4,71/4,10, 151/4 inches 1/4 shingles 7-inch exposure HardieShingle TM individual shingles 6,8,&12 18 inches 1/4 For SI:1 inch=25.4 mm,1 ft=305 mm. TABLE 2-"K"and"R"VALUES FOR FIBER-CEMENT PRODUCTS PRODUCT THERMAL THERMAL ACTUAL THERMAL ACTUAL THERMAL THICKNESS' CONDUCTANCE' RESISTANCE' CONDUCTANCE' RESISTANCE' (INCH) KEFF=(BTU/HR-FT?°F)/INCH R=1/KEFF (KEFF) (R) 1/4 1,95 _ 0.51 7.80 0.13 5/16 2.07 0.48 6.62 0.15 For SI:1 inch=25.4 mm,1 Btu/h-ft2-°F=5.678 W/m2-K. 'Based on 1 inch of panel thickness. 2Actual value for panel thickness shown. ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 5 of 27 TABLE 3—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(3-second gust)(mph) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 2012 IBC IBC/IRC (Ultimate Design (Basic Wind Wind Speed, Speed,V67) V3 ') EXPOSURE EXPOSURE FASTENER STUD BLDG. CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT THICK FASTENER SPACING FRAME SPACING HEIGHT (IN.) TYPE (IN) TYPE (IN.) (FT.) BCDBCD 0.083" Attached 0-15 126 85 - 163 110 - HardieShingle"' shank to /'` 7/16'WSP (New '0.187"HD wood attached to 20 121 85 - 156 110 - HardieShingle®1 !, 13.75 structural Panel(straight or half x 11/2"long panel framing per 40 105 85 - 136 110 - round installation) ring shank sheathing code nail only 60 95 - - 123 - - 0.083" Attached 0-15 105 85 - 136 110 - HardieShinglee'(New shank iO /" 7/16-WSP HardieShingle®) '0.187"HD wood attached to 20 105 136 - - Panel(staggered /° x 1'/2"long 13.75 structural framing per panel - - installation) ring shank sheathing code 40 95 123 nail only 60 85 - - 110 - - 0 090" Attached 0-15 158 143 130 204 185 168 HardieShingleT° shank to / 7/16"WSP wood 20 158 139 127 204 179 164 (New '0 215"HD attached to 8 structural HardieShingle®) x l'/,"long framing per Panel ring shank panel code 40 152 130 120 196 168 155 nail' sheathing only 60 143 124 115 185 160 148 0.090" Attached 0-15 172 156 142 222 201 183 HardieShingleT" shank SO /" 7/16"WSP (New 0 215"HD wood attached to 20 172 151 138 222 195 178 HardieShingle®) x 1'/?'long 6 structural framing per panel 40 165 141 130 213 182 168 Panel ring shank code nail' sheathing only 60 156 135 126 201 174 163 Nominal 0-15 168 137 116 217 177 150 0.083" 2x4'or HardieShingleT" shank Min.No. 20 168 137 116 217 177 150 (New 'i '0.187"HD at each 20 ga.x - 1HardieShingle®) x 1'/2"long stud'- 3.62"x 6 40 168 126 105 217 163 136 Panel ring shank 1 375" nail' Metal 60 158 116 105 204 150 136 C-stud Nominal 0-15 147 105 85 190 136 110 0.083" 2x4'or HardieShingle"" shank Min.No. 20 137 100 85 177 129 110 (New '0.187"HD at each 20 ga.x 24 HardieShingle®) x 1'/2-long stud 3.62"x 40 126 95 - 163 123 - Panel ring shank 1.375" nail? Metal 60 116 89 - 150 115 - C-stud For SI:1 foot=305 mm.1 inch=25.4 mm.1 mph-0.44 m/s 'Values are for species of wood having a specific gravity of 0.40 or greater. 2For application to metal framing members,fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems.Inc.ET&F Panelfastx nail.ET&F No.AGS-100-0150.head diameter=0.313 in..shank diameter=0.100 in..length=1.5 in.Metal studs must be maximum Fy=33 ksi. 'For application to ASTM C90 concrete masonry unit wall,fasteners must be either ET&F Fastening Systems.Inc.ET&F block nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-0125, head dia =0 30 in..shank dia.=0.14 in..length=1 25 in.),Max System block nail(CP-C 832 W7-ICC,head diameter.=0.30 in..shank diameter.=0.15 in., length=1.3 in).Aerosmith SurePin block nail(head diameter=0 30 in,shank diameter=0.144 in..length=1.25 in.),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter =0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.145 in.length=1.25 in)applied at the equivalent fastener or stud spacing. °Wind speed design assumptions per Section 6 5,Method 2.of ASCE 7-05 I=1.0.Kr,=1,K.,=0.85,GC„,=0.18.,GCP-1.4. 'For application to wood framing or wood-based sheathing,the minimum fastener penetration must be 1 inch into framing or the sheathing thickness as applicable 51/,,,=nominal design wind speed. 'V,,,=ultimate design wind speed. 'Wind speed design assumptions per Section 30.4,of ASCE 7-10:Kzt=1.Kd=0.85,GCpi=0.18,GCp=-1.4. 52015 and 2012 IBC Section 1609.3.1.Eqn. 16-33, V,,,=V,,,,'0.6 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 6 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBCIIRC and IBCIIRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design Vdsand S Wind Speed, vW,10 ) PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE DIMENSION(IN.) STUD BUILDING CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT FASTENER FASTENING FRAME TYPE METHOD= TYPE'a SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D Min No. 0-15 168 168 147 217 217 190 ET&F pin 20 ga.x 20 168 168 147 217 217 190 HardiePlankb' 5166 4 0.100"'1.5" Face Nailed 3.62 16 x 0 25"HD 1.375 40 168 158 137 217 204 177 Metal C-stud 60 168 147 126 217 190 163 Min No. 0-15 168 168 147 217 217 190 ET&F in 20 ga.x s p 3.62"' 20 168 168 147 217 217 190 HardiePlank` I16 6 0.100" 1.5" Face Nailed 1 375„ 16 x 0.25"HD Metal 40 168 158 137 217 204 177 C-stud 60 168 147 126 217 190 163 Min No 0-15 168 168 147 217 217 190 ET&F pin 20 ga x 20 168 168 137 217 217 177 HardiePlank' 5l16 6'/, 0.100" 1.5" Face Nailed 3 62 16 x 0.25"HD 1 375 40 168 158 137 217 204 177 Metal C-stud 60 168 147 126 217 190 163 Min No. 0-15 168 158 126 217 204 163 ET&F pin 20 ga.x 20 168 147 126 217 190 163 7'!,or 3 62" HardiePlenk- 1,6 0.100".1.5" Face Nailed 16 7'/Z x 0.25"HD 1.375" 40 168 137 121 217 177 156 Metal C-stud 60 168 126 116 217 163 150 Min.No. 0-15 168 147 126 217 190 163 ET&F pin 20 ga.x 20 168 147 126 217 190 163 362"' HardiePlank' "/,6 8 0.100' 1 5" Face Nailed1 375„ 16 x 0.25"HD Metal 40 168 137 116 217 177 150 C-stud 60 168 126 105 217 163 136 Min No. 0-15 168 147 126 217 190 163 ET&F pin 20 ga x 20 168 147 116 217 190 150 3.62" HardiePlank' '/,6 8 1, 0.100" 1.5" Face Nailed 1 375„ 16 x 0.25"HD Metal 40 168 131 116 217 169 150 C-stud 60 158 126 105 204 163 136 Min.No. 0-15 168 137 116 217 177 150 ET&F pin 20 ga x 20 168 137 116 217 177 150 s 9'/,or or 3.62"' HardiePlank` 116 0.100" 1.5" Face Nailed16 9'/2 x 0.25"HD 1.375" 40 158 126 105 204 163 136 Metal C-stud 60 147 116 105 190 150 136 Min.No. 0-15 145 131 119 187 169 154 ET&F pin 20 ga x 20 145 127 116 187 164 150 HardiePlank` 6/,6 12 0.100"'1.5" Face Nailed 3.62 16 --- - - - - - - x 0.25"HD 1 375 40 139 119 110 179 154 142 Metal C-stud 60 131 114 106 169 147 137 Min.No. 0-15 160 137 116 207 177 150 ET&F pin 20 ga x 20 160 137 116 207 177 150 ._HardiePlank` 'I 4 0.100 3.62"' 1.5" Face Nailed 1 375" 24 x 0 25"HD Metal 40 154 121 105 199 156 136 C-stud 60 145 116 100 187 150 129 Min.No. 0-15 160 137 116 207 177 150 ET&F pin 20 ga x 20 160 137 116 207 177 150 362" HardiePlank' .V.5 6 0.100' 1 5" Face Nailed1 375" 24 x 0 25"HD Metal 40 154 121 105 199 156 136 C-stud 60 145 116 100 187 150 129 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 7 of 27 TABLE 4-MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design V.4a6.+a:) Wind Speed, Vuee ) PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT - : TYPE,•g SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH TYPE METHOD ' (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D Min.No. 0-15 160 137 116 207 177 150 ET&F pin 20 ga.x 20 160 126 110 207 163 142 HardiePlanke 5/16 6'/, 0.100"'1.5" Face Nailed 3'62 24 x 0.25"HD 1.375" 40 147 121 105 190 156 136 Metal C-stud 60 137 116 95 177 150 123 Min.No. 0-15 160 116 100 207 150 129 20 ga.x ET&F pin 20 158 116 95 204 150 123 o s 7/,or 3.62 HardiePlank /,6 0.100"'1.5" Face Nailed 24 7% x 0.25"HD Metal 40 137 105 89 177 136 115 C-stud 60 126 95 89 163 123 115 Min.No. 0-15 160 116 95 207 150 123 ET&F pin 20 ga.x 20 158 116 95 204 150 123 HardiePlanke 5/,6 8 0.100"'1.5" Face Nailed 3.62 24 x 0.25"HD 1'375 40 137 105 89 177 136 115 Metal C-stud 60 126 95 85 163 123 110 Min.No. 0-15 158 116 95 204 150 123 ET&F pin 20 ga.x 20 158 105 95 204 136 123 HardiePlanke 6/16 8'/, 0.100".1.5" Face Nailed 3.62 24 x 0.25"HD 1'375 40 137 100 85 177 129 110 Metal C-stud 60 126 95 85 163 123 110 Min.No. 0-15 147 105 85 190 136 110 ET&F pin 20 ga.. x 20 147 105 85 190 136 110 o s 914 or 3.62" HardiePlank /,6 , 0.100"'1.5" Face Nailed 24 91/2 x 0.25"HD Metal 40 126 95 85 163 123 110 C-stud 60 126 95 - 163 123 - Min.No. 0-15 I 106 96 87 137 124 112 ET&F pin 20 ga.x 20 ' 106 93 85 137 120 110 HardiePlanke 6/,6 12 0.100"'1.5" Face Nailed 3'62 24 x 0.25"HD 1.375" 40 102 87 - 132 112 - Metal C-stud 60 96 - - 124 - - 0-15 158 126 105 204 163 136 ET&F pin Min.No. 20 158 121 100 204 156 129 HardiePlanke 6/,6 4 0.100""1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga.x 16 x 0.313"HD 3.62 40 147 110 95 190 142 123 1.375" 60 137 105 95 177 136 123 0-15 ' 158 126 105 204 163 136 ET&F pin Min.No. 20 158 121 100 204 156 129 HardiePlanke 6/,6 6 0.100".1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga.x 16 x 0.313"HD 1 375„ 40 147 110 95 190 142 123 60 137 105 95 177 136 123 0-15 168 116 100 217 150 129 ET&F pin Min.No. 20 158 116 95 204 150 123 HardiePlanke 5/,6 6'14 0.100".1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga.x 16 x 0.313"HD 3'62 40 137 105 89 177 136 115 1.375" 60 126 100 85 163 129 110 0-15 147 105 85 190 136 110 Min.No. s 7'/,or ET&F pin 20 ga.x 20 137 100 85 177 129 110 HardiePlanke /16 0.100"'1.5" Blind Nailed3.6216 7% x 0.313"HD1 375" 40 121 89 - 156 115 - 60 110 85 - 142 110 - ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 8 of 27 TABLE 4-MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design V,,,"'") Wind Speed, Vw, I) PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT a METHOD' TYPE,'8 e SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH TYPE (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D 0-15 137 95 85 177 123 110 ET&F pin Min No 20 126 95 - 163 123 HardiePlank' 5/,6 8 0.100""1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga x 16 x 0.313"HD 3.62 40 116 85 - 150 110 - 1 375" 60 105 85 - 136 110 - 0-15 137 95 - 177 123 - ET&F pin Min.No 20 126 95 - 163 123 HardiePlank' 5/.6 8/, 0.100-'1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga.x 16 x 0 313"HD 3.62 40 116 85 150 110 - 1.375" 60 105 - - 136 - - 0-15 158 110 95 204 142 123 ET&F pin Min.No. 20 147 105 85 190 136 110 HardiePlank` 5/.3 4 0.100" 1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga.x 24 x 0.313"HD 3'82 40 126 95 85 163 123 110 1.375" 60 121 95 - 156 123 - 0-15 158 110 95 204 142 123 ET&F pin Min.No 20 147 105 85 190 136 110 HardiePlank` 6 0.100" 1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga x 24 x 0.313"HD 3.62 40 126 95 85 163 123 110 1.375" 60 121 95 - 156 123 - 0-15 147 105 85 190 136 110 ET&F pin Min.No. 20 137 100 85 177 129 110 HardiePlank' 5l•5 6/, 0.100" 1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga.x 24 x 0.313"HD 3.62 40 126 95 - 163 123 - 1 375" 60 105 89 - 136 115 - 0-15 137 95 85 177 123 110 ET&F pin Min.No. 20 126 95 - 163 123 - HardiePlank`' 5/,6 7/'°f 0.100"'1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga.x 24 7/2 x 0 313"HD 3 62 40 116 85 - 150 110 1.375" 60 105 85 - 136 110 - 0-15 126 85 - 163 110 - ET&F pin Min.No 20 116 85 - 150 110 - HardiePlank 5/,6 8 0.100' 1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga.x 24 x 0 313"HD 3 62 40 100 - - 129 - - 1 375" 60 95 - - 123 - - 0-15 116 - - 150 - - ET&F pin Min.No 20 105 - - 136 - - HardiePlank' '/,,, 8/, 0.100"'1.5" Blind Nailed 20 ga.x 24 x 0.313"HO 3.62 40 95 123 - - 1.375" 60 85 - - 110 - - 0-15 170 170 158 219 219 204 Face Nailed 2X4 20 170 169 154 219 218 199 HardiePlank' 1,,, 5 25 6d common Through 16 plank overlap wood 40 170 157 145 219 203 187 60 170 151 140 219 194 180 0-15 170 155 141 219 200 182 Face Nailed 2X4 20 170 151 138 219 195 178 HardiePlank' 'h, 6 25 6d common Through 16 wood plank overlap 40 164 140 130 218 181 167 60 155 135 125 207 174 161 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 9 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design V a3a i2) Wind Speed, V u„ '.') PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT TYPE' METHOD2 TYPE''3 SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D 0-15 156 142 129 202 183 166 Face Nailed 20 156 138 126 202 178 162 HardiePlank'' '/,6 7.25 6d common Through 2X4 16 - , - plank overlap wood 40 150 128 118 193 165 153 60 142 123 114 183 159 147 0-15 153 139 126 197 179 163 Face Nailed 20 153 135 123 197 174 159 HardiePlank' '/6 7.5 6d common Through 2X4o16 plank overlap 40 147 125 116 190 162 150 60 139 120 112 179 155 144 0-15 147 134 121 190 172 157 Face Nailed 2X4 20 147 130 118 190 168 153 HardiePlank" i,,, 8 6d common Through wood 16 plank overlap 40 141 121 111 182 156 144 60 134 116 108 172 150 139 0-15 145 131 119 187 169 154 Face Nailed 2X4 20 145 127 116 187 165 150 HardiePlank' i,,, 8 25 6d common Through 16 wood plank overlap 40 139 119 110 179 153 141 60 131 114 106 169 147 136 0-15 135 123 111 175 158 144 Face Nailed 2X4 20 135 119 109 175 154 141 HardiePlank' /.,; 9 25 6d common Through wood 16 plank overlap 40 130 111 102 168 143 132 60 123 106 99 158 137 128 0-15 133 121 110 172 156 142 Face Nailed 20 133 117 107 172 152 138 HardiePlank` /., 9 5 6d common Through Wood 16 plank overlap 40 128 109 101 165 141 130 60 121 105 97 156 135 126 0-15 156 142 129 201 183 166 Face Nailed 20 156 138 126 201 178 162 HardiePlank' 'L, 5.25 6d common Through 2X4o24 plank overlap 40 150 128 118 193 165 153 60 142 123 114 183 159 147 0-15 140 127 115 180 164 149 Face Nailed 2X4 20 140 123 112 180 159 145 HardiePlank" '/.:, 6 25 6d common Through wood 24 plank overlap 40 134 115 106 173 148 137 60 127 110 102 164 142 132 0-15 127 116 105 165 149 136 Face Nailed 2X4 20 127 112 103 165 145 132 HardiePlank` 7 25 6d common Through 24 wood plank overlap 40 122 105 97 158 135 125 60 116 100 93 149 130 120 0-15 125 113 103 161 146 133 Face Nailed 2X4 20 125 110 100 161 142 130 HardiePlank` 5,, 7 5 6d common Through wood 24 plank overlap 40 120 102 95 155 132 122 60 113 98 91 146 127 118 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 10 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design V�Sa,9.,:) Wind Speed, V�„ o.,I) PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT e z ,e SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH TYPE METHOD TYPE (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D 0-15 120 109 99 155 141 128 Face Nailed 20 120 106 97 155 137 125 HardiePlank' ''/..- 8 6d common Through 2X4o24 plank overlap 40 115 99 91 149 127 117 60 109 95 88 141 122 113 0-15 118 107 97 152 138 126 Face Nailed 20 118 104 95 152 134 123 HardiePlank° 5/, 8 25 6d common Through 2X4 24 plank overlap wood 40 113 97 89 146 125 115 60 107 93 86 138 120 111 0-15 110 100 91 142 129 117 Face Nailed 20 110 97 89 142 126 115 HardiePlank 51,6 9.25 6d common Through woad 24 plank overlap 40 106 91 - 137 117 - 60 100 87 - 129 112 - 0-15 109 99 90 140 127 116 Face Nailed 20 109 96 87 140 124 113 HardiePlank` '/. 9 5 6d common Through 2X4 wood 24 plank overlap 40 104 89 - 135 115 - 60 99 85 - 127 110 - 0-15 170 170 170 219 219 219 Face Nailed 20 170 170 170 219 219 219 HardiePlank` S/, 5 25 8d common Through 2X4 16 plank overlap wood 40 170 170 170 219 219 219 60 170 170 170 219 219 219 0-15 170 170 170 219 219 219 Face Nailed 20 170 170 170 219 219 219 HardiePlank' 5i., 6.25 8d common Through 2X4 16 plank overlap wood 40 170 170 161 219 219 208 60 170 168 156 219 217 201 0-15 170 170 160 219 219 207 Face Nailed 20 170 170 157 219 219 203 HardiePlank' SI., 7.25 8d common Through 2X4 16 plank overlap WOOd 40 170 160 147 219 207 190 60 170 153 142 219 198 183 0-15 170 170 157 219 219 203 Face Nailed 2X4 20 170 168 154 219 217 199 HardiePlank' /... 7 5 8d common Through wood 16 plank overlap 40 170 157 145 219 203 187 60 170 150 139 219 194 179 0-15 170 167 151 219 216 195 Face Nailed 2X4 20 170 162 148 219 209 191 HardiePlank' "I.. 8 8d common Through wood16 plank overlap 40 170 151 139 219 195 179 60 167 144 134 216 186 173 0-15 170 164 149 219 212 192 Face Nailed 2X4 20 170 159 145 219 205 187 HardiePlank' /., 8 25 8d common Through wood 16 plank overlap 40 170 148 137 219 191 177 60 164 142 132 212 183 170 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 11 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design ,,,,d3.9.12) Wind Speed, ) V„u PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT : TYPE'.6 SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH TYPE METHOD (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C 0 0-15 169 153 139 218 198 179 Face Nailed 2X4 20 169 149 136 218 192 176 HardiePlank' 5/16 9.25 8d common Through 16 wood plank overlap 40 162 138 128 209 178 165 60 153 133 123 198 172 159 0-15 166 151 137 214 195 177 Face Nailed 2X4 20 166 146 134 214 188 173 HardiePlank' ,, 9 5 8d common Through 16 wood plank overlap 40 159 136 126 205 176 163 60 151 131 121 195 169 156 0-15 160 145 132 207 187 170 Face Nailed 20 160 141 129 207 182 167 HardiePlank' '6, 5 25 8d common Through 2X4o24 plank overlap 40 154 131 121 199 169 156 60 145 126 117 187 163 151 0-15 160 145 132 207 187 170 Face Nailed 20 160 141 129 207 182 167 HardiePlank' '6, 6 25 8d common Through 2X4o24 plank overlap 40 154 131 121 199 169 156 60 145 126 117 187 163 151 0-15 159 144 131 205 186 169 Face Nailed 2X4 20 159 140 128 205 181 165 HardiePlank' 6,, 7 25 8d common Through wood 24 plank overlap 40 153 130 120 198 168 155 60 144 125 116 186 161 150 0-15 156 141 128 201 182 165 Face Nailed 2X4 20 156 137 125 201 177 161 HardiePlank' '/.; 7.5 8d common Through wood 24 plank overlap 40 150 128 118 194 165 152 60 141 123 114 182 159 147 0-15 150 136 123 194 176 159 Face Nailed 20 150 132 121 194 170 156 HardiePlank` 8 8d common Through 2X4o24 plank overlap 40 144 123 113 186 159 146 60 136 118 109 176 152 141 0-15 147 134 121 190 173 156 Face Nailed 2X4 20 147 130 118 190 168 152 HardiePlank' '7,,, 8 25 8d common Through wood 24 plank overlap 40 141 121 111 182 156 143 60 134 116 108 173 150 139 0-15 138 125 113 178 161 146 Face Nailed 2X4 20 138 121 111 178 156 143 HardiePlank- /.:; 9 25 8d common Through 24 wood plank overlap 40 132 113 104 170 146 134 60 125 108 101 161 139 130 0-15 136 123 112 176 159 145 Face Nailed 2X4 20 136 120 109 176 155 141 HardiePlank' '1., 9.5 8d common Through wood 24 plank overlap 40 130 111 103 168 143 133 60 123 107 99 159 138 128 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 12 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBCIIRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design Vis�.�.,2) Wind Speed, a ) PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT TYPE' METHOD' TYPE1•8 SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D Min No 0-15 168 168 137 217 217 177 No.8-18, 1-5/8"long x 20 ga.x 20 168 158 137 217 204 177 HardiePlank'' s/,6 4 0.323"HD Face 3.62" 16 ribbed bugle Screwed 1 375" 40 168 147 131 217 190 169 head screw Metal C- stud 60 168 137 126 217 177 163 0-15 168 168 137 217 217 177 No.8-18. Min.N 1-5/8"long x Face 20 a o 20 168 158 137 217 204 177 HardiePlank'' ; 6 0.323"HD g 16 Screwed 3.62" ribbed bugle 1 375„ 40 168 147 131 217 190 169 head screw 60 168 137 126 217 177 163 0-15 168 168 137 217 217 177 No.8-18. Min.No r s 1-'/r"long x Face 20 ga x 20 168 158 137 217 204 177 HardiePlank' /,6 6*/, 0.323"HD16 Screwed 3.62" ribbed bugle 1 375„ 40 168 147 126 217 190 163 head screw 60 168 137 121 217 177 156 0-15 168 147 126 217 190 163 No.8-18. Min.No. 5 7'1.or 1-'/:"long x Face 20 ga.x 20 168 147 121 217 190 156 HardiePlank' /.6 7/2 0 323"HD Screwed 3 62" 16 ribbed bugle1.375" 40 168 131 116 217 169 150 head screw 60 168 126 105 217 163 136 0-15 168 147 126 217 190 163 No.8-18. Min.No. 1-'/:"long x Face 20 a x 20 168 147 121 217 190 156 HardiePlank '1.:; 8 0.323"HDScrewed 3.62"' 16 ribbed bugle 1 375„ 40 168 131 116 217 169 150 head screw 60 158 126 105 204 163 136 0-15 168 147 126 217 190 163 1No. �;, 8'x Min.No. a long 20 168 137 121 217 177 156 HardiePlank' 51.6 8'l. 0 323"HD Face 20 ga.x 16 Screwed 3.62"' ribbed bugle 1 375„ 40 168 131 116 217 169 150 head screw 60 158 121 105 204 156 136 0-15 168 137 116 217 177 150 No.8-18. Min.No. 9'/,or 1-'/"long x Face 20 ga x 20 168 131 110 217 169 142 HardiePlank' /,5 9/2 0.323"HD Screwed 3.62" 16 ribbed bugle 1 375„ 40 158 121 105 204 156 136 head screw 60 147 116 100 190 150 129 0-15 168 126 105 217 163 136 No.8-18. - - - - Min.No. 1-'/6"long x Face 20 a x 20 168 121 95 217 156 123 HardiePlank' 51,6 12 0.323"HD g 16 Screwed 3.62" ribbed bugle 1 375" 40 137 110 95 177 142 123 head screw 60 137 105 89 177 136 115 0-15 160 137 116 207 177 150 No.8-18. Min No. 12/_,"long x Face 20 a x 20 160 137 116 207 177 150 HardiePlank' Y.,. 4 0.323"HD g 24 Screwed 3.62"' ribbed bugle 1 375„ 40 155 126 110 200 163 142 head screw 60 145 116 105 187 150 136 0-15 160 137 116 207 177 150 No.8-18. Min No 1-'/8"long x Face 20 a x Ill, 160 137 116 207 177 150 HardiePlank' I . 6 0.323"HD 9 24 - Screwed 3 62" ribbed bugle1 375" 40 154 126 110 199 163 142 head screw 60 145 116 105 187 150 136 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 13 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design V,,4o.e.,x) WiV,,d SSp)d, PRODUCT STUD BUILDING EXPOSURE EXPOSURE DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT z TYPE Le,e SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH TYPE METHOD (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D 0-15 160 145 116 207 187 150 No.8-18,1- s/e'long x Min.No. 20 160 141 110 207 182 142 HardiePlankxg/,g 6'/4 0.323"HD Face 20 ga.x 24 ribbed bugle Screwed 3.62"" 40 154 131 105 199 169 136 head screw 1.375" 60 145 126 100 187 163 129 0-15 160 126 105 207 163 136 No.8-18,1- R s 7'14 or 5/8"long x Face 20ngallo..x 20 160 121 105 207 156 136 HardiePlankl,g 7,/z 0.323"HD Screwed 3.62"' 24 ribbed bugle 1 375„ 40 147 110 95 190 142 123 head screw 60 137 105 95 177 136 123 0-15 160 126 105 207 163 136 No.8-18,1- g/e'long x Min.No. 20 160 121 100 207 156 129 Face 20 ga. HardiePlankx s/,g 8 0.323"HD Screwed 3.62"% 24 ribbed bugle 1 375„ 40 147 110 95 190 142 123 head screw 60 137 105 89 177 136 115 0-15 160 121 105 207 156 136 No.8-18,1- s/a'long x Min.No. 20 160 121 100 207 156 129 HardiePlankx 564 8'14 0.323"HD Face 20 ga.x 24 ribbed bugle Screwed 3.62"" 40 137 105 95 177 136 123 head screw 1.375" 60 131 100 89 169 129 115 0-15 158 116 95 204 150 123 No.8-18,1- s/e'long x Min.No. 20 158 110 95 204 142 123 x s 9/4 or Face 20 ga.x HardiePlank l,g 9,1z 0.323"HD Screwed 3.62"' 24 ribbed bugle 1 375„ 40 137 100 89 177 129 115 head screw 60 126 95 85 163 123 110 0-15 163 148 134 210 191 173 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 163 143 131 210 185 169 HardiePlankx s/,g 5.25 a 1 ge, Through top 2 x 4 16 roofing nail edge of plank 40 156 133 123 202 172 159 60 148 128 119 191 165 154 0-15 146 132 120 188 171 155 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 146 128 117 188 166 151 HardiePlank® gl,g 6.25 1 25 gong Through top 2 x 4 16 roofing nail edge of plank 40 140 119 110 180 154 142 60 132 115 106 171 148 137 0-15 133 121 110 172 156 142 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 133 117 107 172 151 138 HardiePlankx 5/,8 7.25 gauge, Through top 2 x 4 16 1.25"long edge of plank 40 128 109 101 165 141 130 roofing nail 60 121 105 97 156 135 126 0-15 130 118 107 168 152 138 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 130 115 105 168 148 135 HardiePlankx s/,g 7.5 1.ga5"uge, Through top 2 x 4 16 roofing nail edge of plank 40 125 107 99 161 138 127 60 118 102 95 152 132 123 0-15 125 114 103 162 147 133 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 125 110 101 162 143 130 HardiePlankx 51,6 8 1.25"agong Through top 2 x 4 16 roofing nail edge of plank 40 120 103 95 155 133 122 60 114 99 91 147 127 118 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 14 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)'(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design °ass,:) Wind Speed, Uw, I) PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME STUD BUILDING CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT TYPE° METHOD' TYPE''° SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D 0-15 123 112 101 159 144 131 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 123 108 99 159 140 128 HardiePlank` 566 8.25 gauge. Through top 2 x 4 16 1 25"long edge of plank 40 118 101 93 152 130 120 roofing nail 60 112 97 90 144 125 116 0-15 115 104 95 148 135 122 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 115 101 93 148 131 119 HardiePlank6 5/16 9.25 gauge. Through top 2 x 4 16 1 25"long edge of plank 40 110 94 87 142 122 112 roofing nail 60 104 90 - 135 117 - 0-15 113 103 93 146 133 121 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 113 100 91 146 129 118 HardiePlank' S/,6 9.5 gauge. Through top 2 x 4 16 1.25"long edge of plank 40 109 93 86 140 120 111 roofing nail 60 103 89 - 133 115 107 0-15 133 121 110 172 156 141 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 133 117 107 172 151 138 HardiePlank' 5/,6 5.25 gauge. Through top 2 x 4 24 1.25"long edge of plank 40 128 109 101 165 141 130 roofing nail 60 121 105 97 156 135 125 0-15 119 108 98 153 139 126 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 119 105 96 153 135 124 HardiePlank' /36 6.25 1 gauge. Through top 2 x 4 24 roofing nail edge of plank 40 114 98 90 147 126 116 60 108 94 87 139 121 112 0-15 108 98 89 140 127 115 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 108 96 87 140 123 113 HardiePlank' hu 7.25 1 25'gaugong e. Through top 2 x 4 24 edge of plank 40 104 89 - roofing nail 134 115 - 60 98 85 - 127 110 - 0-15 106 96 88 137 125 113 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 106 94 86 137 121 110 HardiePlank' he 7.5 1 25'gaugong e. Through top 2 x 4 24 edge of plank 40 102 87 - roofing nail 132 113 - 60 96 - - 125 108 - 0-15 102 93 - 132 120 - No.11 Blind Nailed 20 102 90 - 132 116 - HardiePlank' 1.6 8 1 25'gong Through top 2 x 4 24 edge of plank 40 98 127 roofing nail 60 93 - - 120 - - 0-15 100 91 - 129 117 - No.11 Blind Nailed 20 100 88 - 129 114 - HardiePlank' 8.25 1 25'gong Through top 2 x 4 24 edge of plank 40 96 124 roofing nail 60 91 - - 117 - - 0-15 94 85 - 121 110 - No 11 Blind Nailed 20 94 - - 121 107 - HardiePlank' 'y.: 9.25 gauge, Through top 2 x 4 24 1.25"long edge of plank 40 90 - - 116 - - roofing nail , 60 85 - - 110 - - ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 15 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBCIIRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design V,:d''9'11) Wind Sped, Voir PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT TYPE METHOD= TYPE SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D 0-15 93 - - 119 - - No.11 Blind Nailed 20 93 - - 119 - - HardiePlank' '/1b g 5 gauge. Through top 2 x 4 24 1.25"long edge of plank 40 89 - - 115 - - roofing nail 60 - - - - - - 0-15 170 170 166 219 219 214 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 170 170 162 219 219 209 HardiePlank' /,, 5.25 guage,1.75 Through top 2 x 4 16 inch long edge of plank 40 170 165 153 219 213 197 roofing Nail 60 170 158 147 219 205 190 0-15 170 164 149 219 211 192 No11 Blind Nailed 20 170 159 145 219 205 187 HardiePlank' 'I,;; 6.25 guage.1.75 Through top 2 x 4 16 inch long edge of plank 40 170 148 137 219 191 176 roofing Nail 60 164 142 132 211 183 170 0-15 164 149 136 212 193 175 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 164 145 132 212 187 171 HardiePlank' i,,, 7 25 guage.1.75 Through top 2 x 4 16 inch long edge of plank 40 158 135 125 204 174 161 roofing Nail 60 149 129 120 193 167 155 0-15 161 146 133 208 189 172 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 161 142 130 208 183 167 HardiePlank" v„ 7 5 guage.1.75 Through top 2 x 4 16 inch long edge of plank 40 155 132 122 200 171 158 roofing Nail 60 146 127 118 189 164 152 0-15 155 141 128 200 182 165 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 155 137 125 200 176 161 HardiePlank. r. 8 guage, 1.75 Through top 2 x 4 16 inch long edge of plank 40 149 127 117 192 164 152 roofing Nail 60 141 122 113 182 157 146 0-15 152 138 126 197 178 162 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 152 134 123 197 173 158 HardiePlank' 8.25 guage.1.75 Through top 2 a 16 inch long edge of plank 40 146 125 115 189 161 149 roofing Nail 60 138 120 111 178 155 144 0-15 142 129 117 184 167 152 No.11 Blind Nailed HardiePlank® 5/,6 9 25 guage,1 75 Through top 2 x 4 16 20 142 126 115 184 162 148 inch long edge of plank 40 137 117 108 176 151 139 roofing Nail 60 129 112 104 167 145 134 0-15 140 127 116 181 164 149 No.11 Blind Nailed 20 140 124 113 181 160 146 HardiePlank" '/ g 5 guage.1 75 Through top 2 x 4 16 inch long edge of plank 40 135 115 106 174 148 137 roofing Nail , 60 127 110 102 164 142 132 0-15 164 149 136 212 193 175 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 164 145 132 212 187 171 HardiePlank` 5/.,, 525 guage. 1.75 Through top 2 x 4 24 inch long edge of plank 40 158 135 125 204 147 161 roofing Nail 60 149 129 120 193 167 155 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 16 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design isn2 Wind Speed, M. a ) MVI,".U) PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT TYPE` METHOD' TYPE'a SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D 0-15 147 134 121 190 172 157 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 147 130 118 190 168 153 HardiePlank' 5/15 6.25 guage, 1.75 Through top 2 x 4 24 inch long edge of plank 40 141 121 111 182 156 144 roofing Nail 60 134 116 108 172 150 139 0-15 134 122 111 173 157 143 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 134 118 108 173 153 140 HardiePlank' 'f._ 7 25 guage. 1 75 Through top 2 x 4 24 inch long edge of plank 40 129 110 102 166 142 131 roofing Nail 60 122 106 98 157 136 127 0-15 132 119 109 170 154 140 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 132 116 106 170 150 137 HardiePlank' 5f.,; 7 5 guage. 1 75 Through top 2 x 4 24 inch long edge of plank 40 126 108 100 163 139 129 roofing Nail 60 119 104 96 154 134 124 0-15 127 115 104 163 148 135 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 127 112 102 163 144 132 HardiePlank' 5/,6 8 guage, 1 75 Through top 2 x 4 24 inch long edge of plank 40 122 104 96 157 134 124 roofing Nail 60 115 100 93 148 129 120 0-15 124 113 102 161 146 132 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 124 110 100 161 142 129 HardiePlank' 5/,F 8.25 guage. 1 75 Through top 2 x 4 24 inch long edge of plank 40 119 102 94 154 132 122 roofing Nail 60 113 98 91 146 126 117 0-15 116 106 96 150 136 124 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 116 103 94 150 133 121 HardiePlank` 5/-5 9 25 guage,1 75 Through top 2 x 4 24 inch long edge of plank 40 112 95 88 144 123 114 roofing Nail 60 106 92 85 136 118 110 0-15 114 104 94 148 134 122 No 11 Blind Nailed 20 114 101 92 148 130 119 HardiePlank' 5/._ 9 5 guage.1.75 Through top 2 x 4 24 inch long edge of plank 40 110 94 87 142 121 112 roofing Nail 60 104 90 - 134 116 - No.8 x 1h/,‘ Min.No. 0-15 168 168 137 217 217 177 n long x 20 ga.x 20 168 158 137 217 204 177 HardiePlank' 4 0.375 in Blind 3 62"x 16 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 168 147 126 217 190 163 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 168 137 121 217 177 156 No 8 x 1'/., Min.No. 0-15 168 168 137 217 217 177 inlong x 20 ga.x 20 168 158 137 217 204 177 HardiePlank' 'y..- 6 0.375 in Blind 3.62"x 16 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 168 147 126 217 190 163 waferhead Metal C- , screws stud 60 168 137 121 217 177 156 No.8 x 1h/, Min.No. 0-15 168 158 142 217 204 183 in long x 20 ga.x 20 168 158 131 217 204 169 HardiePlank' 1,,, 6'/, 0.375 in Blind 3.62"x 16 HD ribbed Screwed 1 375" 40 168 147 126 217 190 163 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 158 137 121 204 177 156 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 17 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design v...3.9.12Wind Speed, ) V f6.n) utt PRODUCT STUD BUILDING EXPOSURE EXPOSURE DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT : TYPE,'i SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH TYPE METHOD (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D No.8 x 1'/, Min.No. 0-15 168 152 126 217 196 163 in.long x 20 ga.x 20 168 147 116 217 190 150 HardiePlankx 5/6 71/,or 0.375 in. Blind 3.62"x 16 71/2 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 168 137 116 217 177 150 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 158 126 110 204 163 142 No.8 x 11/, Min.No. 0-15 168 147 116 217 190 150 in.long x 20 ga.x 20 168 137 116 217 177 150 HardiePlank. 5/16 8 0.375 in. Blind 3.62"x 16 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 158 126 105 204 163 136 waferhead Metal C- , screws stud 60 147 121 105 190 156 136 No.8 x 1'/, Min.No. 0-15 168 142 121 217 183 156 in.long x 20 ga.x 20 168 137 116 217 177 150 HardiePlankx 5/18 8'/� 0.375 in. Blind 3.62"x 16 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 158 126 110 204 163 142 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 147 116 105 190 150 136 No.8 x 1'4 Min.No. 0-15 168 137 116 217 177 150 in.long x 20 ga.X x s 9'/,or 0.375 in. Blind 3.62"x 20 168 126 105 217 163 136 HardiePlank /,616 9'/2 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" waferhead Metal C- 40 158 116 105 204 150 136 screws stud 60 137 110 100 177 142 129 No.8 x 1'/4 Min.No. 0-15 160 137 116 207 177 150 in.long x 20 ga.x 20 160 131 110 207 169 142 HardiePlankx 5'16 4 0.375 in. Blind 362". x 24 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 152 121 105 196 156 136 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 145 116 100 187 150 129 No.8 x 1'1, Min.No. 0-15 160 137 116 207 177 150 in.long x 20 ga.x 20 160 131 110 207 169 142 HardiePlank° 5/,6 6 0.375 in. Blind 3.62"x 24 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 152 121 105 196 156 136 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 145 116 100 187 150 129 No.8 x 1'/, Min.No. 0-15 160 137 116 207 177 150 in.long x 20 ga.x 20 160 131 105 207 169 136 HardiePlankx 5/,6 61/, 0.375 in. Blind 3.62"x 24 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 154 121 105 199 156 136 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 145 116 100 187 150 129 No.8 x 1'4 Min.No. 0-15 160 126 105 207 163 136 in.long x 20 ga.x 20 160 116 100 207 150 129 HardiePlank® 5/,6 7/�or 0.375 in. Blind 3.62"x 24 7/2 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 147 105 89 190 136 115 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 137 89 89 177 115 115 No.8 x 114 Min.No. 0-15 160 121 100 207 156 129 in.long x 20 ga.x 20 158 116 100 204 150 129 HardiePlank® 5/16 g 0.375 in. Blind 3.62"x 24 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 142 105 89 183 136 115 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 131 100 89 169 129 115 No.8 x 11/4 Min.No. 0-15 160 121 100 207 156 129 in.long x 20 ga.x 20 158 116 100 204 150 129 HardiePlank5 5/16 8'/, 0.375 in. Blind 3.62 x 24 HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 40 142 105 89 183 136 115 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 126 100 89 163 129 115 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 18 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design vd5,,,1 Wind Speed, .It PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT < : TYPE' ,•e SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH TYPE METHOD (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D No 8 x 1'/4 Min.No. 0-15 158 116 95 204 150 123 in long x 20 ga.x 20 147 105 89 190 136 115 9./4 or 0.375 in Blind 3.62"x HardiePlank' 'ha g�/. HD ribbed Screwed 1.375" 24 40 131 95 85 169 123 110 waferhead Metal C- screws stud 60 121 89 85 156 115 110 6d-2 inch 0-15 141 128 116 182 165 150 long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 141 124 114 182 160 147 shank X HardiePlank' 5/,6 5.25 0 222 inch Through top wood 16 40 135 116 107 174 150 138 head edge of plank diameter 60 128 111 103 165 143 133 siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 126 114 104 163 147 134 long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 126 111 102 163 143 132 shank X HardiePlank' 6.25 0.222 inchThrough top wood 16 40 121 103 96 156 133 124 head edge of plank diameter 60 114 99 92 147 128 119 siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 115 104 95 148 134 123 long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 115 102 93 148 132 120 shank X HardiePlank` 7 25 0 222 inch wood top wood 16 40 110 94 87 142 121 112 head edge of plank diameter 60 104 91 - 134 117 - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 113 102 93 146 132 120 long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 113 99 91 146 128 117 HardiePlank' 5/,s 7 5 shank X Through top 2 x 4 16 0 222 inch edge of plank wood 40 108 93 85 139 120 110 head diameter 60 102 89 - 132 115 - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 109 99 90 141 128 116 long X 0 093 inch Blind Nailed 20 109 96 87 141 124 112 HardiePlank° 5/•, 8 shank X Through top 2 x 4 16 0 222 inch edge of plank wood 40 104 89 134 115 - head diameter 60 99 85 - 128 110 - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 107 97 88 138 125 114 long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 107 94 86 138 121 111 shank X HardiePlank` /,5 8 25 0 222 inchThrough top wood 16 40 102 88 - 132 114 - head edge of plank diameter 60 97 - - 125 - - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 100 90 - 129 116 - long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 100 88 - 129 114 - shank X HardiePlank` „ 9 25 0.222 inch Through top Wood 16 40 96 - - 124 - - head edge of plank diameter 60 90 - 116 - - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 98 89 - 127 115 - long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 98 87 - 127 112 - HardiePlank" 9.5 0.222sInch Through top Wood 16 40 94 - - 121 - - head edge of plank diameter 60 89 - - 115 - - siding nail ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 19 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design �s.,z) Vm, Wind Speed, V.,„ ) PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME STUD BUILDING CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCTz i.e SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH TYPE METHOD TYPE (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D 6d-2 inch 0-15 115 104 95 148 134 123 long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 115 102 93 148 132 120 shHardiePlank "/., 5.25 0 222 inch Through top Wood 24 40 110 94 87 142 121 112 head edge of plank diameter 60 104 91 - 134 117 - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 103 93 - 133 120 - long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 103 91 - 133 117 - HardiePlank' 5/„ 6.25 Os222 knch Through top Wood 24 40 99128 - - head edge of plank diameter 60 93 - - 120 - - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 94 85 - 121 110 - long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 94 - - 121 - - shank X HardiePlank` CI.., 7.25 0.222 inch wood top Wood 24 40 90116 - - head edge of plank diameter 60 85 - - 110 - - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 92 - - 119 - - long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 92 - - 119 - - shank X HardiePlank 7.5 0 222 inch Through top Wood 24 40 88 - - 114 - - head edge of plank diameter 60 - - - - - - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 89 - - 115 - - long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 89 - - 115 - - hank X HardiePlank` 8 05222 inch wood top Wood 24 40 85 - - 110 - - head edge of plank diameter 60 - - - - - - siding nail 6d-2 inch 0-15 87 - - 112 - - long X 0.093 inch Blind Nailed 20 87 - - 112 - - hank X HardiePlank '/,s 8.25 05222 inch Through top Wood 24 40 - - - - - - head edge of plank diameter 60 - - - - - - siding nail 0-15 153 138 126 198 178 163 0.092" shank X face nailed 20 153 135 123 198 174 159 HardiePlank® `I... 58.25 0.222"HD X through plank Wood 16 2.5"long overlap 40 146 125 116 188 161 150 galv.nail 60 138 120 112 178 155 145 0-15 143 130 118 185 168 152 0.092" shank X face nailed 20 143 126 115 185 163 148 HardiePlank® "l. 9.25 0.222"HD X through plank 16 wood 2.5"long overlap 40 137 117 108 177 151 139 galv.nail 60 130 113 105 168 146 136 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 20 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design V, �v,z) Wind Speed, a ) PRODUCT EXPOSURE EXPOSURE STUD BUILDING DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT TYPE' METHOD= TYPE" SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D 0-15 141 128 116 182 165 150 0.092" shank X face nailed 20 141 124 113 182 160 146 HardiePlank® /,, 9.5 0.222"HD X through plank Wood 16 2.5"long overlap 40 135 116 107 174 150 138 gale.nail 60 128 111 103 165 143 133 0-15 123 112 101 159 144 131 0.092" - shank X face nailed 20 123 108 99 159 140 128 HardiePlank® /,,; 12 0.222"HD X through plank Woad 16 2.5"long overlap 40 118 101 934 152 130 120 gale.nail 60 112 97 90 144 125 116 8d ring 0-15 203 184 167 262 238 216 shank box face nailed 20 203 179 163 262 231 210 HardiePlank® `1„ x_8.25 nail.0.113" through plank 2 x 46 16 0.260nHD X overlap wood 40 194 166 153 250 214 198 2.375"L 60 184 159 148 238 205 191 8d ring 0-15 166 151 137 214 195 177 shank box face nailed 20 166 146 134 214 188 173 HardiePlank® 5/15 x_8 25 nail,0.113" through plank 2 x 46 24 0 260"HD X shank X overlap woo 40 159 136 126 205 176 163 2.375"L 60 151 131 121 195 169 156 0-15 151 137 125 195 177 161 0.092" shank X face nailed 20 151 133 122 195 172 158 HardiePlank® 5/„ x_8.25 0.222"HD X through plank Wood; 16 2"long gale overlap 40 145 124 115 187 160 148 nail 60 137 119 111 177 154 143 0-15 187 170 154 241 219 199 0.092" shank X face nailed 20 187 165 151 241 213 195 HardiePlank® 5/,6 x_8.25 0.222"HD X through plankwoodb 16 2 5"long overlap 40 180 154 142 232 199 183 gals nail 60 170 147 137 219 190 177 Attached 0-15 207 188 171 267 243 221 No.8 X 1- blind screw to 7/16" 5/8"long X through top wood 7/16"WSP 20 207 183 167 267 236 216 HardiePlank® 5/16 5.25 0.375"HD edge of plank structural attached ribbed wafer at 12 in on panel per code 40 199 170 157 257 219 203 head screws center sheathin g only 60 188 163 152 243 210 196 Attached 0-15 183 166 151 236 214 195 No.8 X 1- blind screw to 7/16" 5/8"long X through top wood 7/16"WSP 20 183 161 147 236 208 190 HardiePlank® 5h; 6.25 0 375"HD edge of plank structural attached ribbed wafer at 12 in on panel per code 40 176 150 139 227 194 179 head screw` center sheathin g only 60 166 144 134 214 186 173 Attached 0-15 165 150 136 213 194 176 No.8 X 1- blind screw to 7116" 5/8"long X through top wood 7/16"WSP 20 165 145 133 213 187 172 HardiePlank® 5/..- 7 25 0.375"HD edge of plank structural attached ribbed wafer at 12 in on panel per code 40 158 135 125 204 174 161 head screws center sheathin g only 60 150 130 120 194 168 155 Attached 0-15 150 136 124 194 176 160 No.8 X 1- blind screw to 7/16" 5/8"long X through top wood 7/16"WSP 20 150 133 121 194 172 156 HardiePlank® `1.. 8 25 0.375"HD edge of plank structural attached ribbed wafer at 12 in on panel per code 40 144 123 114 186 159 147 head screw center sheathin g only 60 136 118 110 176 152 142 I ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 21 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design and S Wind Speed, 0 Vwu 1) PRODUCT STUD BUILDING EXPOSURE EXPOSURE PRODUCT DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY z SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH TYPE METHOD TYPE,' (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D Attached 0-15 139 126 114 179 163 147 No.8 X 1- blind screw to 7/16" 5/8"long X through top wood 7/16"WSP 20 139 122 112 179 158 145 HardiePlank® /.; 9 25 0.375"HD edge of plank structural attached ribbed water at 12 in on panel per code 40 133 114 105 172 147 136 head screws center sheathin g only 60 126 109 101 163 141 130 0.090" Attached 0-15 145 132 120 187 170 155 shank X blind nail to 7/16" 0 215"HD X through top wood 7/16"WSP 20 145 128 117 187 165 151 HardiePlank® "/•e 58 251,5"long edge of plank structural attached ng shank at 8in.on panel per code 40 139 119 110 179 154 142 rinail' center sheathin g only 60 132 114 106 170 147 137 0.090" Attached 0-15 166 150 137 214 194 177 shank X blind nail to 7/16" 0 215"HD X through top wood 7/16"WSP 20 166 146 133 214 188 172 HardiePlank® "l., 5_8.25 edge of plank structural attached 1.5"long at 6 in on panel per code 40 159 136 125 205 176 161 ring shank center sheathin nails60 150 130 121 194 168 156 g only 0.091" Attached 0-15 100 91 - 129 117 - shank, Face Nailed to 7/16" 0.221"HD, through the wood 7/16"WSP 20 100 88 - 129 114 - HardiePlank` b <9/z structural attached 1.5"long overlap at 12" ring shank o c. panel per code 40 96 124 - - nail' sheathin g only 60 91 117 0-15 184 167 152 238 216 196 0.092" shank X blind nail 20 184 162 148 238 209 191 Artisan®Lap z5.25 0.225"HD X through top Wood- 16 2 25"long edge of plank 40 177 151 140 229 195 181 galv Nail 60 167 145 135 216 187 174 0-15 135 122 111 174 158 143 0 092" shank X blind nail 20 135 119 108 174 154 139 Artisan®Lao "I 7 25 0.225"HD X through top Wood; 16 2.25"long edge of plank 40 129 111 102 167 143 132 galv.Nail 60 122 106 98 158 137 127 0-15 117 106 96 151 137 124 0 092" shank X blind nail 20 117 103 94 151 133 121 Artisan®Lap /, 8 25 0.225"HD X through top Wood, 16 2.25"long edge of plank 40 112 96 88 145 124 114 galv.Nail 60 106 92 85 137 119 110 0-15 132 119 109 170 154 141 0.092" shank X blind nail 20 132 116 106 170 150 137 Artisan®Lap '78 5 25 0 225"HD X through top Wood' 24 2.25"long edge of plank 40 126 108 100 163 139 129 galv nail 60 119 104 96 154 134 124 0-15 99 90 - 128 116 - 0 092" shank X blind nail 20 99 87 - 128 112 - Artisan®Lap "/,, 7 25 0.225"HD X through top Wood; 24 2.25"long edge of plank 40 95 - - 123 - - galv nail 60 90 - - 116 - - 0-15 88 - - 114 - - 0.092" shank X blind nail 20 88 - - 114 - - Artisan®Lap -'4, 8 25 0 225"HD X through top Wood' 24 2.25"long edge of plank 40 - - - - - - galv nail 60 - - ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 22 of 27 TABLE 4—MAXIMUM BASIC WIND SPEED(mph)3(Continued) 2012 IRC,2009 2015 IBC/IRC and IBC/IRC,2006 IBC/IRC 2012 IBC (Basic Wind Speed, (Ultimate Design Va, S Wind Speed, o v I) PRODUCT STUD BUILDING EXPOSURE EXPOSURE DIMENSION(IN.) FASTENER FASTENING FRAME CATEGORY CATEGORY PRODUCT TYPE° METHOD' TYPE''' SPACING HEIGHT THICK. WIDTH (IN.) (FT.) B C D B C D Min.No. 0-15 181 164 149 234 212 192 No.8 X 1- 20 ga x 518"long X blind screw 20 181 159 146 234 205 188 Artisan®Lap 5/8 5.25 0 323"HD through top31.3�SX 16 ribbed bugle edge of plank Metal C- 40 174 148 137 225 191 177 head screw stud 60 164 142 132 212 183 170 Min.No. 0-15 157 142 129 203 183 167 No.8 X 1- 20 ga.x 518"long X blind screw 3 62"x 20 157 138 126 203 178 163 Artisan®Lap '/0 7.25 0.323"HD through top 1.375" 16 ribbed bugle edge of plank Metal C- 40 150 128 119 194 165 154 head screw stud 60 142 123 114 183 159 147 Min.No. 0-15 149 135 123 192 174 159 No.8 X 1- 20 ga.x 5/8"long X blind screw 3.62"x 20 149 131 120 192 169 155 Artisan®Lap '1. 8.25 0 323"HD through top 1.375" 16 ribbed bugle edge of plank Metal C- 40 143 122 113 185 158 146 head screw stud 60 135 117 109 174 151 141 Min.No. 0-15 180 163 148 232 210 191 No.8 X 1- 20 ga.x 518"long X blind screw 3.62"x 20 180 158 145 232 204 187 Artisan®Lap '/_ 5 25 0.323"HD through top 1.375" 24 ribbed bugle edge of plank Metal C- 40 172 147 136 222 190 176 head screw stud 60 163 141 131 210 182 169 Min.No. 0-15 144 130 118 186 168 152 No.8 X 1- 20 ga.x 5/8"long X blind screw 3 62"x 20 144 127 116 186 164 150 Artisan®Lap 7 25 0 323"HD through top1 375„ 24 ribbed bugle edge of plank Metal C- 40 138 118 109 178 152 141 head screw stud 60 130 113 105 168 146 136 Min.No. 0-15 132 119 108 170 154 139 No.8 X 1- 20 ga.x 5/8"long X blind screw 3 62"x 20 132 116 106 170 150 137 Artisan®Lap 5/, 8.25 0.323"HD through top1 375., 24 ribbed bugle edge of plank Metal C- 40 126 108 100 163 139 129 head screw stud 60 119 104 96 154 134 124 For SI:1 inch=25.4 mm.1 foot=305 mm, 1 mph=0 44 m/s. 'Values are for species of wood having a specific gravity of 0.42 or greater.unless otherwise noted Face=Fastened through the overlapping plank Blind=Fastened through the top edge of single plank. Wind speed design assumptions per Section 30 4.Method 2.of ASCE 7-10.I=1.0.Kzt=1.Kd=0.85.GC„=0.18.GC,=-1.4. °ETBF pin fasteners have knurled shanks 5Fastener length shall be sufficient to penetrate back side of the minimum 7/16"WSP sheathing by at least Y. for nails or 3 full threads for screws. 'Values are for species of wood having a specific gravity of 0.50 or greater 'Values are for species of wood having a specific gravity of 0.40 or greater 'Metal studs must be minimum Fy=33 ksi. 9V,-�=nominal design wind speed 1eV,,.=ultimate design wind speed "Wind speed design assumptions per Section 30.4.of ASCE 7-10:Kzt=1.Kd=0.85.GCpi=0.18.GCp=-1.4. '22015 and 2012 IBC Section 1609.3.1,Eqn.16-33. V,=V,,N0.6 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 23 of 27 TABLE 5-(V„d 100 MPH;V,,,,129 MPH)3 ALLOWABLE FASTENER SPACING(IN.) JAMES HARDIE LAP SIDING FASTENED TO ASTM C90 CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT WALL'2'.s Building <61I2-inch wide 7'I4-&7'/2-inch wide 8-&81/4-inch wide 9'14-&9'12-inch wide Height(feet) Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure B C D B C D B C D B C D 0-15 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 21 24 23 19 20 24 24 24 24 24 23 24 24 20 24 21 18 30 24 24 24 24 24 21 24 22 19 24 20 17 40 24 24 23 24 24 20 24 21 18 24 19 16 50 24 24 22 24 22 19 24 20 17 24 18 15 60 24 24 22 24 22 19 24 19 17 23 17 15 For SI:1 inch=25.4 mm,1 foot=305 mm. 1 mph=0.44 m/s 'HardiePlank''Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-125.head diameter =0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.144 in.,length=1.25-in.long).Max System block Nail(CP-C 832 W7-ICC,head diameter.=0.30 in,shank diameter =0.145 in,length=1.3 in.), Aerosmith SurePin block nail(head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.144 in..length=1.25 in.).or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0.30 in., shank diameter=0 145 in.,length=1.25 in.) 'Artisan'Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems.Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-150,head diameter.=0.30 in., shank diameter.=0.145 in..length=1.5-in.long).Max System block Nail(CP-C 838 W7-ICC.head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.145 in.. length=1 5 in.).Aerosmith SurePin block Nail(head diameter=0 30 in.shank diameter=0.144 in.length=1.5 in.),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0 30 in.shank diameter=0 145 in.,length=1 5 in)'Maximum nominal design wind speed(V,.,,)shall be 100 mph Maximum ultimate design wind speed(V,,. shall be 129 mph. 'Interpolation of spacing to address building height and other plank widths is permitted 'The lap conceals the fasteners of the previous course(Blind Nailed) TABLE 6-(V„d 110 MPH;V„„142 MPH)3 ALLOWABLE FASTENER SPACING(IN.) JAMES HARDIE LAP SIDING FASTENED TO ASTM C90 CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT WALL'2.4.5 Building <6'I2-inch wide 7'14-&7'/2-inch wide 8-&8'14-inch wide 9'/4-&9'12-inch wide Height(feet) Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure B C D B C D B C D B C D 0-15 24 24 22 24 24 19 24 21 17 23 19 15 20 24 24 21 24 22 18 24 20 16 23 18 15 30 24 24 20 24 20 17 24 18 15 23 16 14 40 24 22 19 24 19 16 24 17 15 21 15 13 50 24 21 18 24 18 16 22 16 14 20 14 12 60 24 20 18 23 18 15 21 16 14 19 14 12 For SI:1 inch=25.4 mm,1 foot=305 mm. 1 mph=0 44 m/s 'HardiePlank'Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-125,head diameter.=0.30 in,shank diameter =0.144 in.,length=1.25-in.long).Max System block Nail(CP-C 832 W7-ICC.head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.145 in.,length=1.3 in.), Aerosmith SurePin block nail(head diameter=0 30 in..shank diameter=0.144 in..length=1.25 in.),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0.30 in., shank diameter=0.145 in.,length=1 25 in.). 'Artisan.-Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No ASM-144-150.head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter =0.145 in length=1.5-in.long).Max System block Nail(CP-C 838 W7-ICC,head diameter =0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.145 in.length=1.5 in.), Aerosmith SurePin block Nail(head diameter=0.30 in.shank diameter=0.144 in.,length=1.5 in.),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0 30 in.,shank diameter=0.145 in,length=1 5 in.). 'Maximum nominal design wind speed(V,4)shall be 110 mph Maximum ultimate design wind speed(V,,:,,shall be 142 mph. 'Interpolation to address building height and other plank widths is permitted 'The lap conceals the fasteners of the previous course(Blind Nailed) TABLE 7-(V,d 120 MPH;V.11155 MPH)3 ALLOWABLE FASTENER SPACING(IN.) JAMES HARDIE LAP SIDING FASTENED TO ASTM C90 CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT WALL'J 4 Building <6'/2-inch wide 7'/4-&7'/2-inch wide 8-&8'/4-inch wide 91/4-&91/2-inch wide Height(feet) Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure B C I D B C D B C D B C D 0-15 24 23 1 19 24 20 17 21 18 15 19 16 13 20 24 22 18 24 19 16 21 17 14 19 15 12 30 24 20 17 24 17 15 21 15 13 19 14 12 40 24 19 16 22 16 14 20 14 12 18 13 11 50 24 18 16 21 16 13 18 14 12 17 12 11 60 23 17 15 20 15 13 18 13 11 16 12 10 For SI:1 inch=25.4 mm,1 foot=305 mm,1 mph=0 44 m/s. 'HardiePlank'Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems.Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-125.head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.144 in..length=1 25-in.long).Max System block Nail(CP-C 832 W7-ICC,head diameter =0.30 in..shank diameter.=0.15 in.,length=1.3 in.). Aerosmith SurePin block nail(head diameter=0.30 in,shank diameter=0.144 in.length=1 25 in),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0.30 in. shank diameter=0 145 in.,length=1.25 in.) 'Artisan'Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems.Inc ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-150,head diameter =0.30 in..shank diameter.=0.145 in.length=1.5-in.long),Max System block Nail(CP-C 838 W7-ICC.head diameter.=0.30 in..shank diameter =0.145 in.,length=1.5 in.), Aerosmith SurePin block Nail(head diameter=0 30 in..shank diameter=0 144 in.,length=1.5 in.).or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP 145S head diameter=0.30 in., shank diameter=0 145 in,length=1.5 in).'Maximum nominal design wind speed(V,,,)shall be 120 mph Maximum ultimate design wind speed(V,,,,shall be 155 mph. 'Interpolation to address building height and other plank widths is permitted. The lap conceals the fasteners of the previous course(Blind Nailed). ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 24 of 27 TABLE 8-(Vasa 130 MPH;V„„168 MPH)3 ALLOWABLE FASTENER SPACING(IN.) JAMES HARDIE LAP SIDING FASTENED TO ASTM C90 CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT WALL'34'5 Building <6'/2-inch wide I 7'/4-&71/2-inch wide 8-&8'14-inch wide 9'14-&9'/2-inch wide Height Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure (feet) B C D B C D B C D • B C 0 0-15 24 20 16 21 17 14 18 15 12 16 14 11 20 24 19 15 21 16 13 18 14 12 16 13 11 30 24 17 14 21 15 12 18 13 11 16 12 10 40 22 16 14 19 14 12 17 12 11 15 11 9 50 21 15 13 18 13 11 16 12 10 14 11 9 60 20 15 13 17 13 11 15 11 10 13 10 9 For SI:1 inch=25.4 mm,1 foot=305 mm,1 mph=0.44 m/s. 'HardiePlanke Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-125,head dia.=0.30 in.,shank dia.=0.144 in.,length=1.25-in.long),Max System block Nail(CP-C 832 W7-ICC,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.145 in.,length=1.3 in.),Aerosmith SurePin block nail(head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.144 in.,length=1.25 in.),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter =0.145 in.,length=1.25 in.). 'Artisan"'Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-150,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.145 in.,length=1.5-in.long),Max System block Nail(CP-C 838 W7-ICC,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.145 in.,length=1.5 in.), Aerosmith SurePin block Nail(head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.144 in.,length=1.5 in.),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.145 in.,length=1.5 in.). 'Maximum nominal design wind speed shall be 130 mph.Maximum ultimate design wind speed(V„a,shall be 168 mph. °Interpolation to address building height and other plank widths is permitted. 'The lap conceals the fasteners of the previous course(Blind Nailed). TABLE 9-(V4a4 140 MPH;V,,,,181 MPH)3 ALLOWABLE FASTENER SPACING(IN.) JAMES HARDIE LAP SIDING FASTENED TO ASTM C90 CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT WALL'3'4'5 Building <61/2-inch wide 71/4-&7'12-inch wide 8-&8'/4-inch wide 9'14-&91/2-inch wide Height(feet) Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure B C D B C D B C D B C D 0-15 21 17 14 18 15 12 16 13 11 14 12 10 20 21 16 13 18 14 12 16 12 10 14 11 9 30 21 15 12 18 13 11 16 11 10 14 10 9 40 19 14 12 16 12 10 15 11 9 13 9 8 50 18 13 11 15 11 10 14 10 9 12 9 8 60 17 13 11 15 11 10 13 10 9 12 9 8 For SI:1 inch=25.4 mm,1 foot=305 mm,1 mph=0.44 m/s. 'HardiePlanke Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-125,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.144 in.,length=1.25-in.long),Max System block Nail(CP-C 832 W7-ICC,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.15 in.,length=1.3 in.), Aerosmith SurePin block nail(head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.144 in.,length=1.25 in.),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0.30 in., shank diameter=0.145 in.,length=1.25 in.). 'Artisan"'Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-150,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.145 in.,length=1.5-in.long),Max System block Nail(CP-C 838 W7-ICC,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.145 in.,length=1.5 in.), Aerosmith SurePin block Nail(head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.144 in.,length=1.5 in.),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.145 in.,length=1.5 in.).3Maximum nominal design wind speed shall be 140 mph.Maximum ultimate design wind speed(VA shall be 181 mph. °Interpolation to address building height and other plank widths is permitted. 5The lap conceals the fasteners of the previous course(Blind Nailed). TABLE 10-(V4,,150 MPH;V,,,5 194 MPH)3 ALLOWABLE FASTENER SPACING(IN.) JAMES HARDIE LAP SIDING FASTENED TO ASTM C90 CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT WALL'2'4'5 Building <6'/2-inch wide 71/4-&7'/2-inch wide 8-&81/4-inch wide 9'14-&9'/2-inch wide Height(feet) Exposure Exposure Exposure Exposure B C • D B C D B C D B C D 0-15 18 15 12 16 13 11 14 11 9 12 10 8 20 18 14 12 16 12 10 14 11 9 12 10 8 30 18 13 11 16 11 9 14 10 8 12 9 7 40 16 12 10 14 10 9 13 9 8 11 8 7 50 15 12 10 13 10 9 12 9 8 11 8 7 60 15 11 10 13 10 8 11 8 7 10 8 7 For SI:1 inch=25.4 mm,1 foot=305 mm.1 mph=0.44 m/s. 'HardiePlanke Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-125,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.144 in.,length=1.25-in.long),Max System block Nail(CP-C 832 W7-ICC,head dia.=0.30 in.,shank dia.=0.145 in.,length=1.3 in.),Aerosmith SurePin block nail(head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.144 in.,length=1.25 in.),or Jaaco Nail Pro(NP145S head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter =0.145 in.,length=1.25 in.). 'Artisan' Lap Siding fasteners must be ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc.ET&F block Nail(ET&F No.ASM-144-150,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.144 in..length=1.5-in.long),Max System block Nail(CP-C 838 W7-ICC,head diameter.=0.30 in.,shank diameter.=0.145 in.,length=1.5 in.). Aerosmith SurePin block Nail(head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.144 in.,length=1.5 in.),or Jaaco NailPro(NP145S head diameter=0.30 in.,shank diameter=0.145 in.,length=1.5 in.). 'Maximum nominal design wind speed shall be 150 mph.Maximum ultimate design wind speed(V„a,shall be 194 mph. °Interpolation to address building height and other plank widths is permitted. 'The lap conceals the fasteners of the previous course(Blind Nailed). ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 25 of 27 TABLE 11—ALLOWABLE BASIC WIND SPEEDS(mph)FOR HARDIESHINGLET'"(NEW HARDIESHINGLETT) INDIVIDUAL SHINGLE EXTERIOR WALL FINISH 2012 IRC,2009 IBCIIRC,2006 2015 IBCIIRC and 2012 IBC IBCIIRC (Ultimate Design Wind Speed, (Basic Wind Speed,V„d'2's) V,,,,”) Weather Exposure and Height of Exposure Category Exposure Category Sheathing Type Siding Fastener Type Fastener Location Building B C B C (feet) 8 inch exposure 0-15 126 110 163 142 2 roofing nails 9 inches from 20 126 105 163 136 butt edge 40 126 95 163 123 60 126 89 163 115 7 inch exposure 0-15 126 126 163 163 2 roofing nails 8 inches from 20 126 121 163 156 s Min. 121 in.shank x 40 126 110 163 142 Minimum'/�,inch thick butt edge plywood complying with DOC 0.371 in.HD x 1'14 in long 60 126 105 163 136 PS 1-95 corrosion resistant roofing 0-15 126 126 163 163 Nail 6 inch exposure 20 126 126 163 163 2 roofing nails 7 inches from 40 126 121 163 156 butt edge 60 126 116 163 150 5 inch exposure 0-15 126 126 163 163 2 roofing nails 6 inches from 20 126 126 163 163 butt edge 40 126 121 163 156 60 126 116 163 150 For SI 1 foot=305 mm.1 inch=25 4 mm,1 mph=0.44 m/s 'Wind speed design assumptions per Section 6.5,Method 2,of ASCE 7-05 I=1.0.Kzt=1.Kd=0 85.GCpi=0 18 GCp=-1 4 21./„,=nominal design wind speed 3V,,,,=ultimate design wind speed. °Wind speed design assumptions per Section 30 4,of ASCE 7-10 Kzt=1.Kd=0.85.GCpi=0 18.GCp=-1 4 s 2015 and 2012 IBC Section 1609 3 1,Eqn 16-33. V,,,=V,,,,01 66 TABLE 12—ALLOWABLE BASIC WIND SPEEDS(MPH)FOR HARDIESHINGLET'(NEW HARDIESHINGLET") INDIVIDUAL SHINGLE EXTERIOR WALL FINISH 2012 IRC,2009 IBCIIRC,2006 2015 IBC/IRC and 2012 IBC IBC/IRC (Ultimate Design Wind Speed, (Basic Wind Speed,V„d''T's) V„„") Weather Exposure and Height of Exposure Category Exposure Category Sheathing Type Siding Fastener Type Fastener Location Building B C B C (feet) 8 inch exposure 0-15 126 89 163 115 2 siding nails 9 inches from 20 126 89 163 115 butt edge 40 105 85 136 110 60 100 129 7 inch exposure 0-15 126 105 163 136 2 siding nails 8 inches from 20 126 100 163 129 Min.0.091 in shank x butt ed a 40 121 95 156 123 Minimum'/,s inch thick OSB 0.221 in HD x 1'12 in.long 9 sheathing complying with 60 116 89 150 115 corrosion resistant siding 0.15 126 116 163 150 DOC-PS 2-95 6 inch exposure Nail 20 126 110 163 142 2 siding nails 7 inches from 40 126 105 163 136 butt edge 60 126 95 163 123 0-15 126 116 163 150 5 inch exposure 20 126 110 163 142 2 siding nails 6 inches from 40 126 105 163 136 butt edge 60 126 95 163 123 For SI 1 foot=305 mm.1 inch=25.4 mm.1 mph=044 m/s. 'Wind speed design assumptions per Section 6 5,Method 2,of ASCE 7-05'.I=1 0.Kzt=1.Kd=0.85.GCpi=0 18,GCp=-1 4 'V,,,=nominal design wind speed 3V,,.=ultimate design wind speed. 'Wind speed design assumptions per Section 30.4.of ASCE 7-10:Kzt=1,Kd=0.85.GCpi=0.18.GCp=-1 4 52015 and 2012 IBC Section 1609 3 1 Eqn 1633. V,,,,=V,,, n.6 TABLE 13—ALLOWABLE BASIC WIND SPEEDS(MPH)FOR HARDIESHINGLETU(NEW HARDIESHINGLETM) INDIVIDUAL SHINGLE EXTERIOR WALL FINISH 2012 IRC,2009 IBCIIRC,2006 2015 IBC/IRC and 2012 IBC IBCARC (Ultimate Design Wind Speed, (Basic Wind Speed,V„d'2 s) V,,,,”) Weather Exposure and Fastener Height of Exposure Category Exposure Category Sheathing Type Siding Fastener Type Building Location (feet) B C B C Bench exposure. 0-15 116 116 150 150 3 nails for shingles greater than 8 in 20 110 110 142 142 wide.2 nails for shingles 8 in wide and 40 100 100 129 129 narrower 9 inches from dip edge 60 95 95 123 123 7 inch exposure 0-15 126 126 163 163 Mm.0091. in.shank x 3 nails for shingles greater than 8 in 20 121 121 156 156 Minimum'i.,:inch thick OSB , wide.2 nails for shingles 8 in wide and 40 110 110 142 142 sheathing complying with 0.221 in.HD x 1!1 in long narrower.8 inches from dip edge 60 105 105 136 136 DOC-PS 2-95 corrosion resistant siding Nail 6 inch exposure 0-15 126 126 163 163 3 nails for shingles greater than 8 in 20 126 126 163 163 wide,2 nails for shingles 8 in wide and 40 126 126 163 163 narrower.7 inches from drip edge 60 121 121 156 156 5 inch exposure 0-15 126 126 163 163 3 nails for shingles greater than 8 in 20 126 126 163 163 wide.2 nails for shingles 8 in wide and 40 126 126 163 163 narrower 6 inches from drip edge 60 121 121 156 156 For SI 1 foot=305 mm,1 inch=25 4 mm.1 mph=0 44 m/s 'Wind speed design assumptions per Section 6.5.Method 2,of ASCE 7-05 I=1.0,Kzt=1.Kd=0.85,GCpi=0.18 GCp=-1 4. 2V,,,=nominal design wind speed 'V„ =ultimate design wind speed 'Wind speed design assumptions per Section 30 4.of ASCE 7-10 Kzt=1,Kd=0.85,GCpi=0 18.GCp=-1 4 52015 and 2012 IBC Section 1609 3.1,Eqn 16.33, V,,=V,d,51. 1 ESES ICC EVALUATION SERviCE Most Widely Accepted and Trusted ICC-ES Evaluation Report ESR-2290 CBC and CRC Supplement Reissued March 2018 This report is subject to renewal March 2020. www.icc-es.orq I (800)423-6587 I (562) 699-0543 A Subsidiary of the International Code Council® DIVISION:06 00 00—WOOD,PLASTICS AND COMPOSITES Section:06 16 00—Sheathing DIVISION:07 00 00—THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION Section:07 46 46—Fiber-Cement Siding REPORT HOLDER: JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 10901 ELM AVENUE FONTANA,CALIFORNIA 92337 (800)942-7343 www.iameshardie.com infoaiameshardie.com EVALUATION SUBJECT: HARDIESHINGLETM(NEW HARDIESHINGLE®)PANELS,HARDIEPLANK TM LAP SIDING,ARTISAN®LAP SIDING,AND HARDIESHINGLETM(NEW HARDIESHINGLE®)INDIVIDUAL SHINGLES 1.0 REPORT PURPOSE AND SCOPE Purpose: The purpose of this evaluation report supplement is to indicate that HARDIESHINGLETM' (NEW HARDIESHINGLE®) PANELS, HARDIEPLANKTM LAP SIDING, ARTISAN® LAP SIDING, AND HARDIESHINGLETM (NEW HARDIESHINGLE®) INDIVIDUAL SHINGLES, recognized in ICC-ES master evaluation report ESR-2290, have also been evaluated for compliance with the codes noted below. Applicable code editions: • 2016 California Building Code®(CBC) • 2016 California Residential Code®(CRC) 2.0 CONCLUSIONS 2.1 CBC: The HARDIESHINGLETM' (NEW HARDIESHINGLE®) PANELS, HARDIEPLANKTM LAP SIDING, ARTISAN® LAP SIDING, and HARDIESHINGLETM (NEW HARDIESHINGLE®) INDIVIDUAL SHINGLES described in Sections 2.0 through 7.0 of the master evaluation report ESR-2290, comply with CBC Chapter 14, provided the design and installation are in accordance with the 2015 International Building Code® (IBC) provisions noted in the master report and the additional requirements of CBC Chapters 14, 17, and 17A, as applicable. The use of the products in construction of noncombustible or ignition-resistant exterior walls of new buildings located in any Fire Hazard Severity Zone within State Responsibility Areas or any Wildland–Urban Interface Area requires installation in accordance with the 2015 International Building Code (IBC)provisions of the master report and the additional requirements of CBC Sections 701A.3,704A.3 and 707A.3, as applicable. 2.2 CRC: The HARDIESHINGLETM (NEW HARDIESHINGLE®) PANELS, HARDIEPLANKTM LAP SIDING, ARTISAN® LAP SIDING, and HARDIESHINGLETM (NEW HARDIESHINGLE®) INDIVIDUAL SHINGLES, described in Sections 2.0 through 7.0 of the master evaluation report ESR-2290, comply with CRC Chapter 7, provided the design and installation are in accordance with the 2015 International Residential Code®(IRC)provisions noted in the master report. !('('-LS Evaluation Reports are not to he construed as representing aesthetics or ant other attributer not spec•:/iealy addressed nor are they to he construed as an endorsement of the subject of the report or a recommendation jor its use.There is no warranty by I(( Evaluation Nemo!,1.L('.express or implied,as to any finding or other natter in this report,or or to any product covered by the report. ar= - Copyright©2018 ICC Evaluation Service,LLC. All rights reserved. Page 26 of 27 ESR-2290 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 27 of 27 The use of the products in construction of noncombustible or ignition-resistant exterior walls of new buildings located in any Fire Hazard Severity Zone within State Responsibility Areas or any Wildland—Urban Interface Area requires installation in accordance with the 2015 International Residential Code® (IRC) provisions of the master report and the additional requirements of CRC Sections R337.1.3.1 and R337.7,as applicable. The products recognized in this supplement have not been evaluated for compliance with the International Wildland—Urban Interface Code®. This supplement expires concurrently with the master report, reissued March 2018. ES EVALUATION Most Widely Accepted and Trusted SERVICE InCwprala"Ire _. Innovation RESEARCH LABS ICC-ES Evaluation Report ESR-1826 ICC-ES I (800) 423-6587 I (562) 699-0543 I www.icc-es.org Reissued 02/2018 This report is subject to renewal 02/2019. DIVISION: 07 00 00—THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION SECTION: 07 21 00—THERMAL INSULATION OFFICE COPY REPORT HOLDER: ICYNENE, INC. 6747 CAMPOBELLO ROAD MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L5N 2L7 CANADA EVALUATION SUBJECT: ICYNENE CLASSIC, CLASSIC ULTRA, CLASSIC ULTRA SELECT AND CLASSIC PLUS ICC ICC ICC PMG LISTED 111111\ "2014 Recipient of Prestigious Western States Seismic Policy Council ■R■ (WSSPC)Award in Excellence" A Subsidiary of ICC-ES Evaluation Reports are not to be construed as representing aesthetics or any other attributes not specifically addressed, nor are they to be construed as an endorsement of the subject of the report or a recommendation for its use. ANSI There is no warranty by ICC Evaluation Service, LLC, express or implied, as to any finding or other matter in this ACCREDITED iSOnEC 17085 report, or as to any product covered by the report. Prukta C*ndialao 000Y *1000 Copyright©2018 ICC Evaluation Service, LLC. All rights reserved. ESECA,,;!,T106 Most Widely Accepted and Trusted ICC-ES Evaluation Report ESR-1826 Reissued February 2018 Revised March 2018 This report is subject to renewal February 2019. www.icc-es.orq I (800)423-6587 I (562) 699-0543 A Subsidiary of the International Code Council® DIVISION: 07 00 00—THERMAL AND MOISTURE 2.0 USES PROTECTION Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic Ultra Select Section:07 21 00—Thermal Insulation (replaces Classic Max and Classic Max Select, REPORT HOLDER: respectively) and Classic Plus are used to provide thermal insulation in buildings and to seal areas such as plumbing ICYNENE, INC. and conduit penetrations against air infiltration. The 6747 CAMPOBELLO ROAD insulations are for use in wall cavities and floor assemblies; MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L5N 2L7 and in attic and crawl space installations as described in CANADA Section 4.4. (905)363-4040 The Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select www.icvnene.com insulations are for use in Type V construction under the IBC and dwellings under the IRC; fire-resistance-rated EVALUATION SUBJECT: construction when installed in accordance with Section 4.5; and in Types I through IV construction when installed in ICYNENE CLASSIC, CLASSIC ULTRA, CLASSIC ULTRA accordance with Section 4.6. SELECT AND CLASSIC PLUS The Classic Plus insulation is for use in 1.0 EVALUATION SCOPE nonfire- resistance-rated construction under the IBC and IRC and in Types I through IV construction when installed in 1.1 Compliance with the following codes: accordance with Section 4.6. ® The attributes of the insulations have been verified as • 2015,2012 and 2009 International Building Code®(IBC) conforming to the provisions of ICC 700-2008 Section • 2015, 2012 and 2009 International Residential Code® 703.2.1.1.1(c) as an air impermeable insulation. Note that (IRC) decisions on compliance for those areas rest with the user • 2015 2012 and 2009 International Energy Conservation of this report. The user is advised of the project-specific Code®(IECC) provisions that may be contingent upon meeting specific conditions, and the verification of those conditions is • 2013 Abu Dhabi International Building Code(ADIBC)t outside the scope of this report. These codes or standards tThe ADIBC is based on the 2009 IBC.2009 IBC code sections referenced often provide supplemental information as guidance. in this report are the same sections in the ADIBC. 3.0 DESCRIPTION Properties evaluated: 3.1 General: • Surface burning characteristics 3.1.1 Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select: • Physical properties Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select are low-density, open-cell, polyurethane foam plastic • Thermal performance(R-values) insulations and air barrier systems that are 100 percent • Attic and crawl space installation water-blown with an installed nominal density of 0.5 pcf (8 kg/m3). The insulations are two-component, spray- • Fire-resistance-rated construction applied products.The two components of the insulation are polymeric isocyanate (A-Component, also known as Base • Air permeability Seal®) and proprietary resin (B-Component, Classic, • Exterior walls of Types I-IV construction Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select Resin). When stored at temperatures between 50°F (10°C) and 100°F (38°C), 1.2 Evaluation to the following green standard: the components have a shelf life of six months. • 2008 ICC 700 National Green Building Standard"' 3.1.2 Classic Plus: The Icynene Classic Plus foam (ICC 700-2008) plastic insulation is two-component, low density, open cell, Attributes verified: spray-applied, foam plastic with a nominal density of 0.7 pcf(11 kg/m3). The polyurethane foam is produced by • See Section 2.0 combining a polymeric isocyanate (A component) and ICC-ES Evaluation Reports are not to be construed as representing aesthetics or any other attributes not specifically addressed,nor are they to be construed ANS<7 as an endorsement of the subject of the report or a recommendation for its use.There is no warrargr by ICC Evabration Service.LLC,express or implied,as to any finding or other matter in this report.or as to any product covered by the report. -_ • Copyright©2018 ICC Evaluation Service,LLC. All rights reserved. Page 1 of 7 ESR-1826 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 2 of 7 proprietary resin, Classic Plus (B component). When instructions and this evaluation report must be available on stored at temperatures between 50°F (10°C) and 100°F the jobsite at all times during installation. (38°C),the components have a shelf life of twelve months. 4.2 Application: 3.2 Surface Burning Characteristics: 4.2.1 General: Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic 3.2.1 Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select: Ultra Select and Classic Plus foam plastic insulations must When tested in accordance with ASTM E84/UL 723, at a be applied on the jobsite using two-component, 1-to-1 thickness of 6 inches (152 mm) and a nominal density of ratio, spray equipment specified by Icynene, Inc. The foam 0.5 pcf (8 kg/m3), Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra and, plastic must not be sprayed onto a substrate that is wet, or Classic Ultra Select have a flame spread index of 25 or covered with frost or ice, loose scales, rust, oil or grease. less and a smoke-developed index of 450 or less. There is The foam plastic insulation must not be used in electrical no thickness limit when installed behind a code-prescribed outlet or junction boxes or in contact with rain or water,and 15-minute thermal barrier, except as noted in Section must be protected from the weather during and after 4.3.1.2 and Table 2. application. Where the insulation is used as air- impermeable insulation, such as in unvented attic spaces 3.2.2 Classic Plus: When tested in accordance with regulated by 2015 IBC Section 1203.3 or IRC Section ASTM E84/UL 723, at a thickness of 4 inches (152 mm) R806, the insulation must be installed at a minimum and a nominal density of 0.7 pcf (11 kg/m3), Icynene thicknesses noted in Section 3.4. The insulation can be Classic Plus has a flame spread index of 25 or less and a installed in one pass to the maximum thickness. Where smoke-developed index of 450 or less. There is no multiple passes are required, the cure time between thickness limit when installed behind a code-prescribed passes is negligible. 15-minute thermal barrier, except as noted in Section 4.3.1.2 and Table 2. 4.2.2 Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select: The insulation must be used in areas where the maximum 3.3 Thermal Resistance: service temperature is no greater than 180°F (82°C). The Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic Ultra Select and insulation must be applied when the temperature is at or Classic Plus have thermal resistance (R-values) at a mean above 14°F (-10°C) and be protected from the weather temperature of 75°F(24°C)as shown in Table 1. during and after application. 3.4 Air Permeability: 4.2.3 Classic Plus: The insulation may be used in areas where the maximum service temperature is no greater than Icynene spray-applied foam plastic insulations are 180°F (82°C). The insulation must be applied when the considered air-impermeable insulation in accordance with temperature is at or above 14°F (-10°C) and be protected 2015 IBC Section 1203.3 and 2015 and 2012 IRC Sections from the weather during and after application. R202 and R806.5 (2009 IRC Sections R202 and R806.4), 4.3 Thermal Barrier: at the following thicknesses: • Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select: 4.3.1 Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic Ultra Select and Classic Plus: Minimum, 3 inches (76 mm) based on testing in accordance with ASTM E2178. 4.3.1.1 Application with a Prescriptive Thermal ■ Classic Plus: Minimum, 2 inches (51 mm) based on Barrier: Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic Ultra testing in accordance with ASTM E2178. Select and Classic Plus foam plastic insulations must be separated from the interior of the building by an approved 3.5 Intumescent Coatings: thermal barrier, such as 1/2-inch (12.7 mm) gypsum wallboard installed using mechanical fasteners in 3.5.1 No Burn Plus XD: No Burn Plus XD intumescent accordance with the applicable code, or an equivalent coating is a latex-based coating supplied in 1-gallon (4L) 15-minute thermal barrier complying with the applicable and 5-gallon (19L) pails and 55-gallon (208 L) drums. The code. When installation is within an attic or crawl space as coating material has a shelf life of 12 months when stored described in Section 4.4, a thermal barrier is not required in factory-sealed containers at temperatures between 40°F between the foam plastic and the attic or crawl space, but (4.4°C) and 90°F (32.2°C). is required between the foam plastic insulation and the 3.5.2 DC 315 Coating: DC 315 coating (ESR-3702), interior of the building. There is no thickness limit when manufactured by International Fireproof Technology, installed behind a code-prescribed 15-minute thermal International Inc. / Paint To Protect Inc., is a water-based barrier,except as noted in Section 4.3.1.2 and Table 2. intumescent coating supplied in 5-gallon (19L) pails and 4.3.1.2 Application without a Prescriptive Thermal 55-gallon (208L) drums. The coating material has a shelf Barrier or Ignition Barrier: The prescriptive 15-minute life of 12 months when stored in factory-sealed containers thermal barrier or ignition barrier may be omitted when at temperatures between 50°F(10°C)and 80°F (27°C). installation is in accordance with the following 3.5.3 Fireshell® F10E Coating: Fireshell® F10E coating, requirements: manufactured by TPR2 Corporation (ESR-3997), is a 4.3.1.2.1 The insulation must be covered on all surfaces water-based intumescent coating supplied in 5-gallon (19L) with a fire protective coating at the minimum thickness set pails and 55-gallon (208L) drums.The coating material has forth in Table 2. a shelf life of 12 months when stored in factory-sealed containers at temperatures between 45°F (7.2°C) and 95°F 4.3.1.2.2 The maximum installed thickness of the (35°C). insulation must not exceed the thicknesses set forth in Table 2. 4.0 INSTALLATION 4.3.1.2.3 The coating must be applied over the insulation 4.1 General: in accordance with the coating manufacturer's instructions The manufacturer's published installation instructions and and this report. this report must be strictly adhered to and a copy of these 4.4 Attics and Crawl Spaces: ESR-1826 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 3 of 7 4.4.1 Classic,Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select: The coatings must be applied when ambient and 4.4.1.1 Application with a Prescriptive Ignition Barrier: substrate temperature is at least 60°F (16°C) and no more When Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra than 95°F (35°C). All other surfaces (including glass) must Select foam plastic insulations are installed within attics be protected against damage from the coating. The where entry is made only for service of utilities, an ignition insulation may be installed in unvented attics when the barrier must be installed in accordance with IBC Section foam plastic is applied at a minimum thickness of 2603.4.1.6 and IRC Sections R316.5.3 and R316.5.4, as 3.5 inches (89 mm) as described in this section in applicable. The ignition barrier must be consistent with the accordance with 2015 IBC Section 1203.3, 2015 and 2012 requirements for the type of construction required by the IRC Section R806.5 or 2009 IRC Section R806.4, as applicable code and must be installed in a manner so that applicable. the foam plastic insulation is not exposed. The Classic, 4.4.1.2.2 Attics-Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select insulation may be Select: When Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select is installed in unvented attics when the foam plastic is applied applied in unvented attics conforming to 2015 IBC Section at a minimum thickness of 3 inches(76 mm) in accordance 1203.3 and 2015 and 2012 IRC Section R806.5 or 2009 with 2015 IBC Section 1203.3 or 2015 and 2012 IRC IRC Section R806.4, the insulation may be applied to the Section R806.5(2009 IRC Section R806.4), as applicable. underside of roof sheathing and/or rafters to a minimum 4.4.1.2 Application without a Prescriptive Ignition thickness of 31/2 inches (90 mm) and may be applied to Barrier: Where Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic vertical wall surfaces to a minimum thickness of 31/2 inches Ultra Select foam plastic insulations are installed in an attic (90 mm). Maximum thickness on the underside of roof or crawl space without a prescriptive ignition barrier, in sheathing or on vertical wall surfaces is 20 inches (508 accordance with Sections 4.4.1.2.1, 4.4.1.2.2, 4.4.1.2.3 mm). The insulation may be left exposed to the attic and 4.4.1.2.4,the following conditions apply: without a prescriptive ignition barrier or an intumescent coating. 1. Entry to the attic or crawl space is only for service of The attic must have attic access complying with IRC utilities and no storage is permitted. Section R807, horizontally placed in the floor, and opening 2. There are no interconnected attic, crawl space or outward toward the living space. Items penetrating the roof basement areas. deck or walls, such as skylight wells and vents, must be 3. Air in the attic or crawl space is not circulated to other covered with a minimum of 31/2 inches (90 mm) of the parts of the building. Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select insulation. 4. Combustion air is provided in accordance with IMC 4.4.1.2.3 Crawl Spaces: In crawl spaces, Icynene Section 701. Classic, Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select insulations may be spray-applied to vertical walls and the underside of 5. Attic ventilation is provided when required by IBC floors, as described in this section. The thickness of the Section 1203.2 or IRC Section R806, except when foam plastic applied to the underside of the floors must not air-impermeable insulation is permitted in unvented exceed 14 inches (356 mm). The thickness of the spray attics in accordance with 2015 IBC Section 1203.3 or foam plastic insulation applied to vertical wall surfaces 2015 and 2012 IRC Section R806.5 (2009 IRC must not exceed 31/2 inches (88.9 mm). The foam plastic Section R806.4), as applicable. does not require an ignition barrier or a coating. 6. Under-floor(crawl space)ventilation is provided when 4.4.1.2.4 Use on Attic Floors: When used on attic floors, required by 2015 IBC Section 1203.4 (2012 and 2009 lcynene Classic, Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select foam IBC Section 1203.3) or IRC Section R408.1, as plastic insulations may be installed at a maximum applicable. thickness of 111/2 inches (292 mm) between joists in attic 4.4.1.2.1 Attics-Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic floors.The insulation must be separated from the interior of Ultra Select: In attics, Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra and the building by an approved thermal barrier. The coatings Classic Ultra Select foam plastic insulations may be spray- specified in Section 4.4.1.2.1 and the ignition barrier in applied to the underside of the roof sheathing and/or accordance with IBC Section 2603.4.1.6 and IRC Section rafters, as described in this section. The thickness of the R316.5.3, may be omitted. foam plastic applied to the underside of the roof sheathing 4.4.2 Classic Plus: must not exceed 14 inches(356 mm). The thickness of the 4.4.2.1 Application with a Prescriptive Ignition Barrier: spray foam insulation applied to vertical wall surfaces must When lcynene Classic Plus is installed up to a maximum not exceed 5.5 inches (140 mm). The insulation must be thickness of 4 inches (102 mm) within attics or crawl covered on all surfaces with one of the coatings described spaces where entry is made only for service of utilities, an in Section 3.5. The coating must be applied over the ignition barrier must be installed in accordance with IBC insulation in accordance with the coating manufacturer's Section 2603.4.1.6 and IRC Sections R316.5.3 and instructions and this report. Surfaces to be coated must be R316.5.4, as applicable. The ignition barrier must be dry, clean, and free of dirt, loose debris and other consistent with the requirements for the type of substances that could interfere with adhesion of the construction required by the applicable code and must be coating. The coating is applied in one coat with low- installed in a manner so that the foam plastic insulation is pressure airless spray equipment. The coating must be not exposed. Icynene Classic Plus may be installed in applied to a thickness as follows: unvented attics when the foam plastic is applied at a • No Burn Plus XD at a minimum thickness of 6 wet mils minimum thickness of 2 inches (51 mm) in accordance (0.15 mm) [4 dry mils (0.1 mm) dry film thickness], with 2015 IBC Section 1203.3, 2015 and 2012 IRC Section applied at a rate of 0.4 gallon (1.5 L) per 100 square R806.5 or 2009 IRC Section R806.4, as applicable. feet(9.2 m2). 4.4.2.2 Application without a Prescriptive Ignition • DC 315 at a minimum thickness of 4 wet mils (0.1 mm) Barrier: Where Icynene Classic Plus insulation is installed [3 dry mils], applied at a rate of 0.3 gallon (1.1 L) per in accordance with Sections 4.4.3.2.1, 4.4.3.2.2, and 100 square feet(9.2 m2). 4.4.3.2.3,the following conditions apply: ESR-1826 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 4 of 7 • 1. Entry to the attic or crawl space is to service utilities, (38 mm by 89 mm)] southern pine (G = 0.55), No. 2 grade and no storage is permitted. studs spaced 16 inches (406 mm) on center with a base 2. There are no interconnected attic or crawl space areas. layer of 1/2-inch-thick (12.7 mm) wood fiber sound board installed horizontally on each face with vertical joints 3. Air in the attic or crawl space is not circulated to other located over the studs, attached with 6d box nails, 2 inches parts of the building. (51 mm) long and spaced 24 inches (610 mm) on center 4. Combustion air is provided in accordance with IMC along the studs, and a second layer of 5/8-inch-thick Section 701. (15.9 mm)Type X gypsum wallboard installed vertically on IBC each face, attached with 8d box nails, 21/2 inches (64 mm) 5. Attic ventilation is provided when Section 1203.2 or IRC Section Rrequirede, excbyt when long and spaced 7 inches (178 mm) on center along the air-impermeable insulation is permitted in unvented studs. The stud cavity contains Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select insulation nominally 2 inches attics in accordance with 2015 IBC Section 1203.3 or 2015 and 2012 IRC Section R806.5 or 2009 IRC (51 mm)thick. Section R806.4, as applicable. Axial loads applied to the wall assembly must be limited 6. Under-floor (crawl space) ventilation is provided when to the least of the following: required by 2015 IBC Section 1203.4 (2012 and 2009 ■ 1,805 pounds(8029 N) per stud. IBC Section 1203.3) or IRC Section R408.1, as • Design stress of 0.78 F'c. applicable. 4.4.2.2.1 Attics: In attics, lcynene Classic Plus insulation • Design stress of 0.78 Pc at a maximum le/d of 33. may be spray-applied to the underside of the roof 4.5.1.2 Assembly 2 (Limited Load-bearing Wood Stud sheathing and/or rafters, the underside of wood floors, and Wall): Minimum nominally 2-by-4 [11/2 by 31/2 inches vertical surfaces, as described in this section. The (38 mm by 89 mm)] southern pine (G = 0.55), No. 2 grade thickness of the foam plastic applied to the underside of studs spaced 16 inches (406 mm) on center with two the top of the space must not exceed 14 inches (356 mm). layers of 1/2-inch-thick (12.7 mm) Type X gypsum The thickness of the spray foam plastic insulation applied wallboard installed vertically with joints staggered on each to vertical wall surfaces must not exceed 8 inches face, attached with 8d box nails, 21/2 inches (64 mm) long (203 mm). The foam plastic insulation must be covered on and spaced 7 inches (178 mm) on center along the studs all exposed surfaces with DC315 intumescent coating at a for the face layer and 6d cement coated box nails, 2 inches minimum thickness of 4 wet mils (0.1 mm) [3 dry mils (51 mm) long and spaced 24 inches (610 mm) on center (0.08 mm)], applied at a rate of 0.25 gallon (0.95 L) per along the studs. The stud cavity contains Icynene Classic, 100 square feet(9.2 m2). The coating must be applied over Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select insulation nominally the lcynene Classic Plus insulation in accordance with 2 inches(51 mm)thick. the coating manufacturer's instructions and this report. Surfaces to be coated must be dry, clean, and free of dirt, Axial loads applied to the wall assembly must be limited loose debris and other substances that could interfere with to the least of the following: adhesion ofthe coating. The coating is applied in one coat ■ 1,805 pounds(8029 N) per stud. with low-pressure airless spray equipment. • Design stress of 0.78 F'c. The coating must be applied when ambient and substrate temperature is at least 60°F (16°C) and no more • Design stress of 0.78 F'c at a maximum le/d of 33. than 95°F (35°C). All other surfaces (including glass) must 4.5.1.3 Assembly 3 (Floor/Ceiling): Minimum nominally be protected against damage from the coating. 2-by-10 [11/2 by 9 /4 inches (38 mm by 235 mm)] Douglas Icynene Classic Plus insulation may be installed in fir, No. 2 grade wood joists spaced 24 inches (610 mm) on unvented attics when the foam plastic is applied at a center, with minimum 1-by-3 [3/4 by 21/2 inches (19.1 by minimum thickness of 2 inches (51 mm) as described in 64 mm)] spruce bridging at mid-span. Floor decking this section, in accordance with 2015 IBC Section 1203.3, must be minimum 1/2-inch-thick (12.7 mm) exterior grade 2015 and 2012 IRC Section R806.5 or 2009 IRC Section plywood installed perpendicular to joists and fastened with R806.4,as applicable. 2-inch-long (51 mm) ring shank nails 6 inches(152 mm)on 4.4.2.2.2 Crawl Spaces: In crawl spaces, Icynene center at the joints and 12 inches (305 mm) on center at Classic Plus insulation may be spray-applied to vertical the intermediate joists. Plywood joints must occur over walls and the underside of floors, as described in this joists. Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select section. The thickness of the foam plastic applied to the insulation must be applied to the underside of the plywood underside of the floors must not exceed 14 inches deck between the joists to a depth of 5 inches (127 mm). (356 mm). The thickness of the spray foam plastic Two layers of minimum /8-inch-thick (15.9 mm), Type X insulation applied to vertical wall surfaces must not exceed gypsum wallboard must be attached perpendicular to the 8 inches (203 mm). The insulation must be covered with joists on the ceiling side of the assembly. The first layer DC-315 coating as described in Section 4.4.2.2.1. must be attached with 11/4-inch-long (32 mm), Type W drywall screws, spaced 24 inches(610 mm)on center.The 4.4.2.2.3 Use on Attic Floors: lcynene Classic Plus second layer must be applied perpendicular to the joists, insulation may be installed at a maximum thickness of offset 24 inches(610 mm)from the base layer.The second 13 inches (330 mm) between joists in attic floors. The layer must be attached with 2-inch-long (51 mm), Type S insulation must be separated from the interior of the drywall screws spaced 12 inches (305 mm) on center. building by an approved thermal barrier. The insulation Additional fasteners must be installed along the butt joints does not require an ignition barrier or a coating. of the second layer, securing the two layers together. 4.5 One-hour Fire-resistance-rated Assemblies: These fasteners must be 1'/2-inch-long (38 mm), Type G 4.5.1 Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select: drywall screws placed 2 inches (51 mm) back from each end of the butt joint and spaced 12 inches (305 mm) on 4.5.1.1 Assembly 1 (Limited Load-bearing Wood Stud center. The wallboard joints on the exposed side must be Wall): Minimum nominally 2-by-4 [11/2 by 31/2 inches treated with paper tape embedded in joint compound and ESR-1826 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 5 of 7 topped with an added coat of compound, and the fastener 5.1 This evaluation report and the manufacturer's - heads must be coated with joint compound in accordance published installation instructions, when required by with ASTM C840 or GA-216. the code official, must be submitted at the time of 4.5.1.4 Assembly 4(Non-loadbearing Steel Stud Wall): permit application. Nominally 6-inch-deep (152.4 mm), No. 18 gage, 5.2 The insulation must be installed in accordance with galvanized steel studs spaced 16 inches (406.4 mm) on the manufacturer's published installation instructions, center, are friction-fit into No. 18 gage galvanized steel this evaluation report and the applicable code. If there floor and ceiling track with a layer of 5/8-inch-thick is a conflict between the installation instructions and (15.9 mm),Type X gypsum board applied to the interior this report,this report governs. side with the long edge parallel to steel studs and secured using No. 6, 11/4-inch-long (31.7 mm), self-drilling drywall 5.3 The insulation must be separated from the interior of screws spaced 8 inches (203 mm) on center around the the building by an approved 15 minute thermal perimeter and 12 inches (305 mm) on center in the field. barrier,except as noted in this report. The gypsum board joints must be treated with vinyl or 5.4 Since the performance of Classic Ultra and Classic casein, dry or premixed joint compound applied in two Ultra Select, when installed in unvented attics without coats to cover all exposed screw heads and gypsum board a code-prescribed ignition barrier or an intumescent butt joints, and a minimum 2-inch-wide (51 mm) paper, coating, is based on fire performance of an unvented plastic, or fiberglass tape embedded in the first layer of attic, the installation must be approved by the code compound over butt joints of the gypsum board. The stud official as conforming with the provisions of Section cavity is filled with Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra or Classic 4.4.1.2.2 and Conditions 1 to 5 of Section 4.4.1.2. Ultra Sele®t insulation up to 6� inches (152 mm) thick. 5.5 When Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select insulation DensGlass Exterior Sheathing, /2 inch (12.7 mm)thick, is is installed under Section 4.4.1.2.2 of this report, a installed parallel to steel studs with vertical joints offset a certificate must be placed in the attic stating that the minimum of 16 inches (406 mm) from the vertical joints of foam plastic insulation has been installed in the gypsum board and the horizontal joints offset a accordance with Conditions 1 to 5 of Section 4.4.1.2 minimum of 24 inches (610 mm) from the horizontal joints and the terms of Section 4.4.1.2.2 of ESR-1826; any of the gypsum board. The sheathing is attached using alterations to the attic or insulation must be consistent No. 6, 1 /4-inch-long (31.7 mm), self-drilling drywall screws spaced 8 inches (203 mm) on center around the perimeter with those requirements. and in the field. Hohmann & Barnard DW-10 brick ties, 5.6 The insulation must not exceed the thicknesses and 6 inches (152 mm) long by 11/2-inches (38 mm) wide, are densities noted in this report. spaced 16 inches (406.4 mm) on center vertically on each 5.7 The insulation must be protected from the weather steel stud, and secured, using two 15/8-inch-long (41.3 mm) during and after application. self-drilling screws, through 4-inch (102 mm) red clay brick [31/2 inches (88.9 mm) by 21/4 inches (57.1 mm) by 5.8 The insulation must be applied by licensed dealers 73/4 inches (197 mm)] laid in a running bond pattern with and installers certified by Icynene, Inc. Type S mortar, leaving a nominally 1-inch (25.4 mm) air 5.9 Use of the insulation in areas where the probability of gap between the brick and the exterior sheathing. termite infestation is "very heavy" must be in Optional: It is permitted to add code-complying, accordance with IRC Section R318.4 or IBC Section expanded polystyrene (EPS), extruded polystyrene (XPS), 2603.8, as applicable. foil-faced, rigid polyurethane board stock or polyurethane 5.10 Jobsite certification and labeling of the insulation must spray foa® on the exterior of the wall (between the comply with 2015 IRC Sections N1101.10.1 and DensGlass® sheathed wall and the brick), while N1101.10.1.1 (2012 IRC Sections N1101.12.1 and maintaining the 1-inch (25.4 mm) air space. The length of N1101.12.1.1 or 2009 IRC Sections N1101.4 and the brick ties must be increased to account for the N1101.4.1) and 2015 and 2012 IECC Sections thickness of the insulation. C303.1.1, C303.1.1.1, R303.1.1 and R303.1.1.1 4.6 Exterior Walls in Type I, II, III and IV Construction: (2009 IECC Sections 303.1.1 and 303.1.1.1), as 4.6.1 General: When used on exterior walls of Types I, II, applicable. III or IV construction, the assembly must comply with IBC 5.11 A vapor retarder must be installed in accordance with Section 2603.5 and this section, and the Classic, Classic the applicable code. Ultra and Classic Ultra Select insulations must be installed 5.12 Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic Ultra Select at a maximum thickness described in Table 3. The and Classic Plus foam plastic insulations are potential heat of Icynene insulations tested in accordance manufactured in Mississauga,Ontario, Canada, under with NFPA 259 is as follows: a quality control program with inspections by ICC-ES. • Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select: 6.0 EVIDENCE SUBMITTED 494 Btu/ft2(5.6 MJ/m2) per inch of thickness 6.1 Data in accordance with the ICC-ES Acceptance 4.6.2 Specific Wall Assemblies: Wall assemblies Criteria for Spray-applied Foam Plastic Insulation complying with Section 4.6 must be as described in (AC377), dated April 2016. Table 3. 6.2 Reports of tests in accordance with AC377 Appendix 5.0 CONDITIONS OF USE X [Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select The Icynene Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic Ultra Select (Section 4.4.1.2.1) and Classic Plus (Sections and Classic Plus spray-applied polyurethane foam plastic 4.4.3.2.1 and 4.4.3.2.3)] and Appendix C [Classic, insulations described in this report comply with, or are Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select (Section suitable alternatives to what is specified in, those codes 4.4.1.2.3)]. listed in Section 1.0 of this report, subject to the following 6.3 Test report on air leakage rate in accordance with conditions: ASTM E2178 (Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra ESR-1826 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 6 of 7 Select and Classic Plus). product name; component designation (A or B); the flame 6.4 Reports of room corner fire testing in accordance with spread index and the smoke-developed index; the NFPA 286(Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic Ultra Select expiration date; the name of the inspection body (ICC-ES); and Classic Plus). and the evaluation report number(ESR-1826). 6.5 Test reports in accordance with ASTM E119 (Classic, No Burn Plus XP Intumescent coating described in Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select). Section 3.5.1 is identified with the manufacturer's name and address,the product trade name and use instructions. 6.6 Test report in accordance with NFPA 285, and related The International Fireproof Technology, Inc. / Paint To engineering analysis (Classic, Classic Ultra and Protect Inc. DC 315 coating described in Section 3.5.2 is Classic Ultra Select). identified with the manufacturer's name and address, the 6.7 Reports of tests in accordance with NFPA 259 product trade name, date of manufacture, shelf life or (Classic, Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select). expiration date, the manufacturer's application instructions 6.8 Reports of fire tests in accordance with ASTM E970 and the evaluation report number(ESR-3702). (Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic Ultra Select and Fireshell F10E coating is labeled with the manufacturer's Classic Plus). name and address; the product name; the date of 6.9 For Classic Ultra and Classic Ultra Select, an manufacture, the shelf life or expiration date; the engineering evaluation, including full-scale fire testing, manufacturer's instructions for application, and the small-scale testing and fire modeling (Section evaluation report number(ESR-3997). 4.4.1.2.2). 7.0 IDENTIFICATION All packages and containers of Classic, Classic Ultra, Classic Ultra Select and Classic Plus insulations must be labeled with the Icynene, Inc., name and address; the TABLE 1—THERMAL RESISTANCE(R-VALUES) R-VALUE(°F•ft2•h/Btu) THICKNESS Classic,Classic Ultra and Classic Plus (inches) Classic Ultra Select 1 3.7 4.0 2 7.4 8.0 3 11 12 3.5 13 14 4 14 16 5 18 20 5.5 20 22 6 22 24 7 25 28 7.5 27 30 8 29 32 9 32 36 9.5 34 38 10 36 40 11.5 41 42 13.5 — 54 14 50 56 For SI: 1 inch=25.4 mm,1°F•ft2•h/Btu=0.176 110°K•m2/W. 'R-values are calculated based on tested K values at 1-and 3.5-inch thicknesses. 2R-values greater than 10 are rounded to the nearest whole number. ESR-1826 I Most Widely Accepted and Trusted Page 7 of 7 TABLE 2—USE OF INSULATION WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTIVE THERMAL BARRIER' INSULATION TYPE MAXIMUM MAXIMUM FIRE-PROTECTIVE COATING MINIMUM THEORETICAL TESTS THICKNESS(in.) THICKNESS(in.) MINIMUM THICKNESS& APPLICATION SUBMITTED (Walls&Vertical (Ceilings,Underside of Roof TYPE(Applied to all Foam RATE OF FIRE- Surfaces) Sheathing/Rafters&Floors) Surfaces)2 PROTECTIVE COATING' 6 14 DC315 CLASSIC,CLASSIC 1.25 gal/100 ft2 NFPA 286 20 mils WFT/13 mils DFT ULTRA AND CLASSIC ULTRA , Fireshell F10E SELECT 71/2 111/2 21 mils WFT/14 mils DFT 1.31 gal/100 ft2 NFPA 286 CLASSIC PLUS 6'/2 11'/2 20 mils WFT 313 mils DFT 1.25 gal/100 ft2 NFPA 286 For SI: 1 inch=25.4 mm;1 mil=0.0254 mm;1 gallon=3.38 L;1 ft2=0.093 m2;NA=not applicable. 'See Section 4.3.1.2. 2See Sections 3.5.2 and 3.5.3. 'As reported in the manufacturer's application instructions.Actual application rate,based on specific project conditions,must be in accordance with the manufacturer's application instructions. TABLE 3—NFPA 285 COMPLYING EXTERIOR WALL ASSEMBLIES WALL COMPONENT MATERIALS Base Wall System– 1 –Concrete wall. Use either 1,2 or 3 2–Concrete masonry wall. 3 –Minimum 35/8-inch-deep (92 mm), No. 20 gage, C-shaped steel studs, spaced a maximum of 24 inches on center with lateral bracing every 4 feet(1219 mm)as required by code. Sheathing shall be a described in Exterior Sheathing below. Floorline Firestopping Minimum 4 pcf mineral wool in each stud cavity at each floorline, attached with Z-clips. Thickness must match stud cavity depth. Cavity Insulation–Use either 1,2,3,4 1 –None. or 5 2–Partial cavity fill with a maximum air space of 2 inches(51 mm)or full cavity depth not exceeding 75/8 inches(194 mm)of Classic, Classic Plus, Classic Ultra or Classic Ultra Select(ESR-1826); MD- R-210(ESR-3493);MD-C-200(ESR-3199);or Proseal(ESR-3500). 3–Any insulation qualified as noncombustible in accordance with ASTM E136. 4–Glass fiber batt insulation'. 5–Mineral fiber insulation'. a Insulation must comply with the applicable requirements of 2015 or 2012 IBC Section 720.2 (2009 IBC Section 719.2). Exterior Sheathing–Only for Base Wall 1 –Minimum'/2-inch-thick(12.7 mm),),glass mat gypsum sheathing complying with ASTM C1177. System No.3– 2 – Sheathing shall be attached with No. 6, 11/4- inch-long (32 mm)self-tapping screws located Use either 1 or 2 8 inches (203 mm) on center along the perimeter and 12 inches 302 mm) on center in the field of wallboard. Joints must be taped and treated with joint compound in accordance with ASTM C840 or GA-216. Exterior Insulation Maximum thickness of 51/2 inches (140 mm) of Proseal Eco (MD-R-210) (ESR-3493) or Proseal (ESR-3500). Exterior Wall Covering– 1 – Brick - standard nominally 4-inch-thick (102 mm) clay brick; brick veneer anchors– standard Use either 1,2,3,4,5,6 or 7 types installed a maximum of 24 inches OC vertically on each stud". 2– Stucco - minimum 3/4-inch-thick (19.1 mm), exterior cement plaster and lath with a secondary water-resistive barrier may be installed between the exterior insulation and the lath. 3–Natural stone(limestone,granite,marble,sandstone),minimum 2-inch-thick(51 mm)`. 4 – Cast artificial stone, minimum 11/2-inch-thick (38 mm), complying with AC51 and subject of a current ICC-ES evaluation report`. 5–Terracotta cladding,minimum of 1'/4–inch-thick(32 mm)`. 6–Precast concrete panels,minimum of 1'/2–inch-thick(32 mm)`. 7–Concrete masonry units(CMU),minimum of 1'/2–inch-thick(38 mm)`. b.The maximum air gap between exterior insulation and cladding shall be 2 inches(51 mm). Any standard non-open-jointed installation technique such as ship-lap,etc.,may be used. OFFICE COPY 1'1 - Force Engineering&Testing Inc. 19530 Ramblewood Drive Humble,TX 77338 Product Evaluation Report REED'S METAL, INC. Residential, 26 Ga. Roof Panel over 15/32"Plywood Florida Product Approval # 12725.2 R3 Florida Building Code 2017 Per Rule 61G20-3 Method: 1—D Category:Roofing Subcategory:Metal Roofing Compliance Method:61G20-3.005(1)(d) NON HVHZ Product Manufacturer: Reed's Metals,Inc. 19 E.Lincoln Drive NE Brookhaven,MS 39601 Engineer Evaluator: Terrence E.Wolfe,P.E.#44923 Florida Evaluation ANE ID:1920 Validator: Brian laks P.E.#70159 Contents: Evaluation Report Pages 1—4 Ii ,`,`�{lfllll',,'' %s ,•c F E. C F NS •F 4\ t4o.449. 1 L:(y. STAT!OF • ' a" FZ' ORIvA �� ser.tri -, Fs e c o . S .. . .- `� Fl.# 12725.2 R3 October 2, 2017 , � ' 1 Force Engineering&Testing Inc. 19530 Ramblewood Drive Humble,TX 77338 Compliance Statement: The product as described in this report has demonstrated compliance with the Florida Building Code 2017,Sections 1504.3.2. Product Description: Residential Roof Panel,Min.26 Ga.Steel,36"Wide,through fastened roof panel over 15/32"APA Plywood decking.Non-Structural Application. Panel Material/Standards: Material: Minimum 26 Ga.Steel,ASTM A792 or ASTM A653 G90 conforming to Florida Building Code 2017 Section 1507.4.3. Paint finish optional Yield Strength: Min.80.0 ksi Corrosion Resistance:Panel Material shall comply with Florida Building Code 2017,Section 1507.4.3. Panel Dimension(s): Thickness: 0.0185"min. Width: 36"maximum coverage Rib Height: 3"major rib at 9"O.C. Panel Rollformer: MRS Metal Rollforming Systems Panel Fastener: #9-15 x 1-1/2"HWH Woodgrip with sealing washing or approved equal 1%"minimum penetration through plywood Corrosion Resistance:Per Florida Building Code 2017,Section 1507.4.4. Substrate Description: Min.15/32"thick,APA Rated plywood over supports at maximum 24"O.C. Design of plywood and plywood supports are outside the scope of this evaluation. Substrate must be designed in accordance w/Florida Building Code 2017. Allowable Design Uplift Pressures: Table"A" Maximum Total Uplift Design Pressure: 69.25 psf 146.0 psf Fastener Pattern: 6.5"-2.5"-6.5"-2.5"- 6.5"-2.5"-6.5" Fastener Spacing: 24"0.C. 12"0.C. 'Design Pressure includes a Safety Factor=2.0. ,`0.011111 f ff/// •`%� I.•.••E•-•/y0 /•i �.• 1...• 1 CENSF ..'n�i .. •tw roo No.4491 ...j ( (. jai.' �f F * .* .• 'a' STATE OF ;• ' '� AZ ORI •i• • Stab efrletlh �j FS•. • y .= • FL# 12725.2 R3 October 2, 2017 11 1 Force Engineering&Testing Inc. 19530 Ramblewood Drive Humble,TX 77338 Code Compliance: The product described herein has demonstrated compliance with The Florida Building Code 2017,Section 1504.3.2. Evaluation Report Scope: The product evaluation is limited to compliance with the structural wind load requirements of the Florida Building Code 2017,as relates to Rule 61G20-3. Performance Standards: The product described herein has demonstrated compliance with: • UL 580-06-Test for Uplift Resistance of Roof Assemblies • UL 1897-2012-Uplift Test for Roof Covering Systems Reference Data: 1. UL 580-94/1897-98 Uplift Test Force Engineering&Testing,Inc.(FBC Organization#TST-5328) Report No.101-0304T-05&101-05081-08,Dated 05/05/05&07/09/08 2. Certificate of Independence By Terrence E.Wolfe,P.E.(No.44923)@ Force Engineering&Testing,Inc. (FBC Organization#ANE ID:1920) Test Standard Equivalency: 1. The UL 580-94 test standard is equivalent to the UL 580-06 test standard. 2. The UL 1897-98 test standard is equivalent to the UL 1897-2012 test standard. Quality Assurance Entity: The manufacturer has established compliance of roof panel products in accordance with the Florida Building Code and Rule 61G20-3.005(3)for manufacturing under a quality assurance program audited by an approved quality assurance entity. Minimum Slope Range: Minimum Slope shall comply with Florida Building Code 2017,including Section 1507.4.2 and in accordance with Manufacturers recommendations. For slopes less than 3:12,lap sealant must be used in the panel side laps. Installation: Install per manufacturer's recommended details. Underlayment: Per Florida Building Code 2017,Section 1507.1.1 and manufacturer's installation guidelines. Roof Panel Fire Classification: Fire classification is not part of this acceptance. ,`,,�lllllll�j�', E.•• E.••ll, 0 O / tv�1. 1 C E N 1 : No.449ik3` a' STATE Off . IS. 4, ,. Ox` ALORI �� • Sararrrea. I, fs. ��6.``‘ cos �� d rxm 11/1 OHeAL llll/�:��‘, Flit 12725.2 R3 October 2, 2017 .I, Force Engineering&Testing Inc. 19530 Ramblewood Drive Humble,TX 77338 Shear Diaphragm: Shear diaphragm values are outside the scope of this report. Design Procedure: Based on the dimensions of the structure,appropriate wind loads are determined using Chapter 16 of the Florida Building Code 2017 for roof cladding wind loads.These component wind loads for roof cladding are compared to the allowable pressure listed above.The design professional shall select the appropriate erection details to reference in his drawings for proper fastener attachment to his structure and analyze the panel fasteners for pullout and pullover.Support framing must be in compliance with Florida Building Code 2017 Chapter 22 for steel,Chapter 23 for wood and Chapter 16 for structural loading. ���slrit�r ,`,� i �� 1 C E k S F•'o, • r No.419'1.3' ri• • 'a' STATE OF ; 0%.e:Fs l'LORIA? •�: . FL# 12725.2 R3 October 2, 2017 i • W U = O 0 W X< CO • 1 c- 2 I ' I y °- } I '� 0 I W w W a Q_ `° z U) w W ''d ;�i �, I 2 < )- r 4 0 0 , t I- X Z6 Q hI • ! wW I 11 � , I a �~ _, I -,-I x �ZC74v I •'& • . /0. .0 O W • .2 v � .. • 4� p •• rl CO N ( X411. W v H N ri< '•fib _42 -, l0 i �+.Ifff1/1.� N OFFICE COPY OFFICE COPY Force Engineering&Testing Inc. 19530 Rambiewood Drive Humblc,TX 77338 Product Evaluation Report REED'S METALS, INC. Residential, 29 Ga. Roof Panel over 15/32"Plywood Florida Product Approval # 12725.4 R3 Florida Building Code 2017 Per Rule61G20-3 Method:1—D Category:Roofing Subcategory:Metal Roofing Compliance Method:61G20-3.005(1)(d) NON HVHZ Product Manufacturer: Reed's Metals,Inc. 19 E.Lincoln Drive NE Brookhaven,MS 39601 Engineer Evaluator: Terrence E.Wolfe,P.E.#44923 Florida Evaluation ANE ID:1920 Validator: Brian Jaks P.E.#70159 Contents: Evaluation Report Pages 1—4 `1111111 rtr rr�� 6 N C E. 1 ��i • O e—• \ C E N S F '�: .r 1:4 • No.44103 ,A' STATE OF ;a .. F •• OR . . % co,. I� s ' ` rrIll11111 F1,# 12725.4 R3 October 2, 2017 fi1 Force Engineering&Testing Inc. 19530 Ramblewood Drive Humble,TX 77338 Compliance Statement: The product as described in this report has demonstrated compliance with the Florida Building Code 2017,Sections 1504.3.2.,1504.7. Product Description: Residential Roof Panel, Min.29 Ga.Steel,36"Wide,through fastened roof panel over 15/32"APA Plywood decking.Non-Structural Application. Panel Material/Standards: Material: Minimum 29 Ga.Steel,ASTM A792 or ASTM A653 G90 conforming to Florida Building Code 2017 Section 1507.4.3. Paint finish optional Yield Strength: Min.80.0 ksi Corrosion Resistance:Panel Material shall comply with Florida Building Code 2017,Section 1507.4.3. Panel Dimension(s): Thickness: 0.0145"min. Width: 36"maximum coverage Rib Height: %"major rib at 9"O.C. Panel Rollformer: MRS Metal Rollforming Systems Panel Fastener: #9-15 x 1-1/2"HWH Woodgrip with sealing washing or approved equal Y4"minimum penetration through plywood Corrosion Resistance:Per Florida Building Code 2017,Section 1507.4.4. Substrate Description: Min.15/32"thick,APA Rated plywood over supports at maximum 24"O.C. Design of plywood and plywood supports are outside the scope of this evaluation. Substrate must be designed in accordance w/Florida Building Code 2017. Allowable Design Uplift Pressures: Table"A" Maximum Total Uplift Design Pressure: 71.75 psf 146.0 psf Fastener Pattern: 9.._9.._9._9.. 6.5"-2.5"-6.5"-2.5"- 6.5"-2.5"-6.5" Fastener Spacing: 24"O.C. 12"O.C. *Design Pressure includes a Safety Factor=2.0. `{{{it11f/1jr,' �,f��•C E. t , O C F N$ • to No.41913 • . I :i 4(; r, A 'd• STATE OF :or is'. i„ p•. FrORIDb'.' ``' •: swe aril � F A.• • • .�. ,S FL# 12725.4 R3 October 2, 2017 OFFICE COPY Force Engineering&Testing Inc. 19530 Ramblewood Drive Humblc,TX 77338 Code Compliance: The product described herein has demonstrated compliance with The Florida Building Code 2017,Section 1504.3.2,1504.7. Evaluation Report Scope: The product evaluation is limited to compliance with the structural wind load requirements of the Florida Building Code 2017,as relates to Rule 61G20-3. Performance Standards: The product described herein has demonstrated compliance with: • UL 580-06-Test for Uplift Resistance of Roof Assemblies • UL 1897-2012-Uplift Test for Roof Covering Systems • FM 4471-1992-Foot Traffic Resistance Test Reference Data: 1. UL 580-94/1897-98 Uplift Test Force Engineering&Testing,Inc.(FBC Organization#TST-5328) Report No.101-0304T-05&101-0508T-08,Dated 05/05/05&07/09/08 2. FM 4471-95,Section 5.4 Foot Traffic Resistance Test Force Engineering&Testing,Inc.(FBC Organization#TST-5328) Report No.101-0241T-09,Dated 07/06/2009 3. Certificate of Independence By Terrence E.Wolfe,P.E.(No.44923)@ Force Engineering&Testing,Inc. (FBC Organization#ANE ID:1920) Test Standard Equivalency: 1. The UL 580-94 test standard is equivalent to the UL 580-06 test standard. 2. The UL 1897-98 test standard is equivalent to the UL 1897-2012 test standard. 3. The FM 4471-95 Foot Traffic Resistance test standard is equivalent to the FM4471-92,Foot Traffic Resistance test standard. Quality Assurance Entity: The manufacturer has established compliance of roof panel products in accordance with the Florida Building Code and Rule 61G20-3.005(3)for manufacturing under a quality assurance program audited by an approved quality assurance entity. Minimum Slope Range: Minimum Slope shall comply with Florida Building Code 2017,including Section 1507.4.2 and in accordance with Manufacturers recommendations. For slopes less than 3:12,lap sealant must be used in the panel side laps. Installation: Install per manufacturer's recommended details. `,%�tl,II olist,� %.0 �•C E,C WD iii *-1-• � E t4S fir '•tt• • No.449 •. r. . .,,• STATVOF :ate • A'• LORI4' •+ • Soo d.res 4j F�;• •fit,.` i ODA. ,1'I�1 rt. Naf <<< ?,,`` FL# 12725.4 R3 October 2, 2017 ji1 � , Force Engineering&Testing Inc. 19530 Ramblewood Drive Humble,TX 77338 Underlayment: Per Florida Building Code 2017,Section 1507.1.1 and manufacturer's installation guidelines. Roof Panel Fire Classification: Fire classification is not part of this acceptance. Shear Diaphragm: Shear diaphragm values are outside the scope of this report. Design Procedure: Based on the dimensions of the structure,appropriate wind loads are determined using Chapter 16 of the Florida Building Code 2017 for roof cladding wind loads.These component wind loads for roof cladding are compared to the allowable pressure listed above.The design professional shall select the appropriate erection details to reference in his drawings for proper fastener attachment to his structure and analyze the panel fasteners for pullout and pullover.Support framing must be in compliance with Florida Building Code 2017 Chapter 22 for steel,Chapter 23 for wood and Chapter 16 for structural loading. ,% E A.•C E,E.k% ,,i `44„.4 . 1 CElYSF ,�,V j *: (c ; *' iAb.4 k t � STATE OP ' i is'. 4, ". • *,..: D4- 0RIDI' '�•,`'• i F'. sub CAA i S . •1:00 �V;•• OAA II •.CCM /ONAL ♦ ` X1/1/81ltt►t� FL# 12725.4 R3 October 2, 2017 OFFICE COPY W a N 1 ! o ... .ao cc W ,_ _ i 1 a j W I °n U N Z ! OFFICE COPY G a co Western SINCE 1 9 5 5 Product Data Sheet: GacoRoof GR1600 Series November 2013 Supersedes 08/13 GACOROOF GR1600 SERIES 100% SILICONE COATING DESCRIPTION: GacoRoof is a single component elastomeric air dry silicone rubber coating that can be applied year round on properly prepared substrates. GacoRoof meets the requirements of ASTMD 6694. GacoRoof GR1600 (white) meets the requirements for the Energy Star reflectance performance requirements for both low and high-sloped roofs and the requirements for the Cool Roof Rating Council. GacoRoof GR1600 (white) meets solar reflectance and thermal emittance requirements for: the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC); the ASHRAE 90.1 Energy Standard for Building Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings; and the California Building Energy Efficiency Standard CEC-400-2008-001-CMF, as adopted as Part 6 of Title 24. This product is list by Underwriters Laboratory. Available in SCAQMD compliant versions. USAGE: GacoRoof is designed as a protective coating to seal and repair existing roofs and permanently protect against leaks, permanent ponding water, and the damaging effects of severe weather. LIMITATIONS: Not for use on 3-tab asphalt or architectural shingles. May require multiple coats to create a seamless membrane. May require GacoFlex E5320 2-Part Epoxy Primer/Filler. Verify adhesion with a GacoRoof AdhesionTestKit. COLOR: GR1600 White, GR1628 Gray, GR1626 Green, GR1670 Light Tan, GR1671 Rustic, GR1672 Medium Blue, GR1673 Black, GR1674 Brown, GR1675 Red. APPLIED PRODUCT DATA WEATHERABILITY: Excellent durability, color stability and chalk resistance. TOXICITY: Not for use in contact with edible substances or potable water. ADHESION: Bonds to aged asphalt, aged EPDM, aged TPO/CPA, built-up, cap sheet. composite, concrete, fiberglass, metal, modified bitumen, torchdown, sprayed polyurethane foam and most existing coatings on flat or sloped roofs. CHEMICAL RESISTANCE: Excellent solvent and chemical resistance. TENSILE: ASTM D412 Strength: 300 psi (3.31 MPa) Elongation: 150% ± 10% Permanent Set At Break: =1 TEAR RESISTANCE: ASTM D1624 Die C lbs/inch 32 pli (5.7 kg(f)/cm) HARDNESS: ASTM D676 50 Shore A Made in the USA • gaco.com • 800.331.0196 GR1600 Series Page 2 WATER VAPOR ASTM E96 0.06 perms PERMEANCE: Procedure B, 100% R.H. difference FLAMMABILITY: ASTM E108 (UL-790) Class A REFLECTANCE: ASTM E903 85% (GR1600 White) EMITTANCE: ASTM E903 88% (GR1600 White) PACKAGED PRODUCT DATA THEORETICAL 100 Sq. Ft./Gallon (9.3 Sq. Meters/3.8 L) to yield 11 dry mils on a smooth surface. COVERAGE Coverage rate may decrease on textured surfaces, and more coating will likely be used on first coat than on additional coats. Smooth roofs can be completed in 2 coats, lightly textured surfaces often require 3 coats, and heavily textured surfaces may require 4 coats to achieve a final 22 mil film build. SOLIDS: Weight: Method 4041 80% ± 1% Fed. Std. 141 Volume: 69% ± 1% V.O.C: _<240 g/L SCAQMD compliant version is 32.2 g/L FLASH POINT: ASTM D56 102°F (39°C) STORAGE STABILITY: Three years from date of manufacture when stored in unopened containers between 40°- 85°F (4°-29°C). APPLICATION MIXING: Mix before application to assure uniform color and consistency. Power mixing is recommended for quantities greater than 1 gallon (3.8 L). Do not use a paint shaker to mix. PRIMER: GacoRoof will adhere to most surfaces without a primer; however, some substrates may require a primer for optimal adhesion. On any aged asphalt surfaces, applying GacoFlex E5320 2-Part Epoxy Primer/Filler, according to label directions, may help prevent bleed-through staining on the final coats. To verify adhesion, use the GacoRoof AdhesionTestKit, which provides results in just 24 hours. If the test reflects poor adhesion. prime all surfaces with GacoFlex E5320 according to label directions. THINNING: Product should not be thinned. APPLICATION: A minimum of two coats are required; recommended final film build is a minimum of 22 dry mils. To help ensure complete coverage during application of the final coat, it is recommended to use a different GacoRoof color for the first coat to create a color contrast. Mix before application to ensure uniform color and consistency. Flat roofs(less than 1:12 pitch/5°): Use a solvent-resistant'/ or 1" nap roller cover and depending on type of roof, dip roller directly into pail and apply, or pour product onto flat roof surface and roll out evenly, or for very smooth surfaces, pour out product and spread with an 1/8" notched squeegee then immediately back roll for a smooth, even finish. Pitched roofs (greater than 1:12 pitch/5°): Use extreme caution when on a pitched roof. Follow all safety guidelines to avoid injury. Use a solvent-resistant%'or 1" nap roller cover, dip roller directly into pail, and apply. A roof pitch greater than 4:12/19' is not considered walkable; additional reach equipment may be needed to properly apply the product safely and effectively. Allow the first coat to dry for 3 to 12 hours. Apply second coat as soon as the first coat can be safely walked on. The coverage rate of GacoRoof is 100 sq. ft. per gallon in each coat on a . Made in the USA • gaco.com • 800.331.0196 GR1600 Series Page 3 smooth surface: coverage rate may decrease on textured surfaces, and more coating will likely be used on first coat than on additional coats. Smooth roofs can be completed in 2 coats, lightly textured surfaces often require 3 coats. and heavily textured surfaces may require 4 coats to achieve a final 22 dry mil film build. Do not apply in temperatures below freezing. above 120°F (49°C) or if rain is expected within 2 hours. Do not walk on GacoRoof other than for periodic maintenance: for areas of light foot traffic, create a walking path by applying a coat of LiquidRoofTape according to label instructions. DRY TIME: Allow the first coat to dry for 3 to 12 hours. Apply second coat as soon as the first coat can be safely walked on. NOTE: drying time depends on weather conditions such as temperature, humidity and air movement. CLEAN UP: Application tools and equipment can be cleaned with GacoFlex Silicone Solvent or 100% Pure Mineral Spirits. DO NOT USE WATER OR RECLAIMED SOLVENTS. Once a container of GacoRoof is opened. the curing process has started. Use the entire product on your project if possible. Allow any remaining product in the container to solidify and dispose of in the proper manner. MAINTENANCE: Roof structures may settle over time. A periodic inspection of your roof. which includes transition areas,flashing, vents and skylights, is recommended. Keep drains cleared at all times. Roofs become slippery when wet. Use extreme caution. Do not recoat GacoRoof with acrylic, urethane or Hypalon' coatings. Recoat cleaned GacoRoof only with more GacoRoof. CAUTION: For specific Health and Safety information please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet. Made in the USA • gaco.com • 800.331.0196 OFFICE COPY MIAMI-DADE COUNTY MIAMI•DODE PRODUCT CONTROL SECTION COUNTY 11805 SW 26 Street,Room 208 DEPARTMENT OF REGULATORY AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES(RER) Miami,Florida 33175-2474 BOARD AND CODE ADMINISTRATION DIVISION T(786)315-2590 F(786)315-2599 NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE (NOA) www.miamidade.eov/economy Gaco Western LLC 1245 Chapman drive Waukesha,WI 53186 SCOPE: This NOA is being issued under the applicable rules and regulations governing the use of construction materials.The documentation submitted has been reviewed and accepted by Miami-Dade County RER-Product Control Section to be used in Miami Dade County and other areas where allowed by the Authority Having Jurisdiction(AHJ). This NOA shall not be valid after the expiration date stated below.The Miami-Dade County Product Control Section (In Miami Dade County)and/or the AHJ(in areas other than Miami Dade County)reserve the right to have this product or material tested for quality assurance purposes. If this product or material fails to perform in the accepted manner,the manufacturer will incur the expense of such testing and the AHJ may immediately revoke,modify,or suspend the use of such product or material within their jurisdiction. RER reserves the right to revoke this acceptance, if it is determined by Miami-Dade County Product Control Section that this product or material fails to meet the requirements of the applicable building code. This product is approved as described herein,and has been designed to comply with the Florida Building Code including the High Velocity Hurricane Zone of the Florida Building Code. DESCRIPTION: GACO WESTERN ROOF COATING SYSTEMS LABELING: Each unit shall bear a permanent label with the manufacturer's name or logo,city and state of manufacturing facility,and following statement: "Miami-Dade County Product Control Approved",unless otherwise noted herein. RENEWAL of this NOA shall be considered after a renewal application has been filed and there has been no change in the applicable building code negatively affecting the performance of this product. TERMINATION of this NOA will occur after the expiration date or if there has been a revision or change in the materials,use,and/or manufacture of the product or process.Misuse of this NOA as an endorsement of any product, for sales,advertising or any other purposes shall automatically terminate this NOA. Failure to comply with any section of this NOA shall be cause for termination and removal of NOA. ADVERTISEMENT: The NOA number preceded by the words Miami-Dade County,Florida,and followed by the expiration date may be displayed in advertising literature. If any portion of the NOA is displayed,then it shall be done in its entirety. INSPECTION: A copy of this entire NOA shall be provided to the user by the manufacturer or its distributors and shall be available for inspection at the job site at the request of the Building Official. This NOA renews NOA No. 12-0426.06 and consists of pages 1 through 4. The submitted documentation was reviewed by Jorge L.Acebo. • , NOA No.: 17-0329.08 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY Expiration Date: 05/31/18 APPROVED NIP Approval Date: 05/11/17 Page 1 of 4 ROOFING SYSTEM APPROVAL Category: Roofing Suh-Category: Cement-Adhesive-Coatings I laterials: Elastomeric SCOPE: This approves GACO WESTERN ROOF COATING SYSTEMS"as a roof maintenance coatings manufactured by Gaco Western LLC,as described in this Notice of Acceptance.This product has been designed to comply with the Florida Building Code, including the High Velocity Hurricane Zone of the Florida Building Code. EVIDENCE SUBMITTED: Test Agency Test Identifier Test Name/Report Date PRI Construction Materials GWI-001-02-0 1 ASTM D 6694 04/10/07 Technologies Fed Spec TT-C-555B G W1-002-02-201 ASTM D 6083 01/09/07 Fed Spec TT-C-555B G WI-004-02-0 I ASTM D 6694 05/13/08 Fed Spec TT-C-555B GWI-007-02-0I ASTM D 6694 08/14/09 Fed Spec TT-C-555B Underwriters Laboratories R5663 UL 790 02/08/16 Factory Mutual Research Corp. 3023644 4470 02/02/07 MANUFACTURING LOCATION: 1. Waukesha, WI PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF COMPONENTS Trade names: A3100R Acrylic Top Coat Thickness: For application over spray polyurethane foam system apply a base coat at a minimum rate of 1.13 gal/100 ft2,an intermediate coat at a minimum rate of 1.13 gal/100 ft2,and a top coat at a minimum rate of 1.13 gal/100 ft2. For application of a recover coating over an existing acrylic roof apply a base coat at a minimum rate of 1 gal/100 ft2,and a top coat at a minimum rate of 1 gal/100 ft2. Specifications: ASTM D 6083 Description: An acrylic white elastomeric quick set coating membrane applied to;spray polyurethane foam roof systems and a recover of any existing acrylic roof. Container Size: 5,55 gallons. Note all precautions on container. Systems Approvals: Methods of application and quantities shall comply with specific Roof Assembly, Product Control Notice of Acceptance. NOA No.: 17-0329.08 MIAMFDATY APPROVEDROVED Expiration Date: 05/31/18 pproval Date: 05/11/17 Page 2 of 4 Trade names: S 1000 Top Coat Thickness: For application over spray polyurethane foam system apply a base coat at a minimum rate of 1.1 gal/100 ft and a top coat at a minimum rate of 1.1 gal/100 ft2. For application of a recover coating over an existing silicone roof apply a base coat at a minimum rate of 1.1 gal/100 ft2,and a top coat at a minimum rate of 1.1 gal/100 ft2. Specifications: ASTM D 6694 Description: A single component,air dried,silicone-based rubber elastomeric membrane coating that is brush,roller or spray-applied.To be applied to spray polyurethane foam roof systems and as a recover of any existing silicone roof coatings. Container Size: 5 and 55 gallons. Note all precautions on container. Systems Approvals: Methods of application and quantities shall comply with specific Roof Assembly,Product Control Notice of Acceptance. Trade names: S-2000 Solventless Silicone Basecoat/l op Coat Thickness: For all applications apply 2 coats;a base coat at a minimum rate of.75 gal/100 ft and a top coat at a minimum rate of.75 gal/100 ft2. • Spray Polyurethane Foam Roof Systems • Acrylic Coatings • Galvanized Metal Roofs(in conjunction with E5320 2 part Epoxy Primer) • Smooth Built Up Roof Systems(in conjunction with E5320 2 part Epoxy Primer) • EPDM Single Ply Roof Systems(in conjunction with E5320 2 part Epoxy Primer) • PVC Single Ply Roof Systems(in conjunction with E5320 2 part Epoxy Primer) Specifications: ASTM D 6694 Description: A single component,moisture cured,silicone-based rubber elastomeric membrane coating that is brush,roller or spray-applied to the roof covers listed above. Container Size: 5 and 55 gallons. Note all precautions on container. Systems Approvals: Methods of application and .quantities shall comply with specific Roof Assembly, Product Control Notice of Acceptance. NOA No.: 17-0329.08 MIAMI•UADECOUNTY Expiration Date: 05/31/18 APPROVED Approval Date: 05/11/17 Page 3 of 4 Trade names: S 1600 Base Coat/Top Coat Thickness: For application over spray polyurethane foam system apply a base coat at a minimum rate of 1.1 gal/100 ft and a top coat at a minimum rate of 1 gal/100 ft2. For application of a recover coating over an existing silicone roof apply a base coat at a minimum rate of I gal/100 ft2,and a top coat at a minimum rate of 1 gal/100 ft2. Specifications: ASTM D 6694 Description: A single component,moisture cured,silicone-based rubber elastomeric membrane coating that is brush,roller or spray-applied.To be applied to spray polyurethane foam roof systems,galvanized metal,smooth surfaced built-up (BUR)roofing,acrylic coating and any existing silicone roof coating.. Container Size: 1,5 and 55 gallons. Note all precautions on container. Systems Approvals: Methods of application and quantities shall comply with specific Roof Assembly, Product Control Notice of Acceptance. LIMITATIONS: 1. Fire classification is not part of this acceptance;refer to a current Approved Roofing Materials Directory for fire rating of this product. 2. GACO WESTERN ROOF COATING SYSTEM shall not be applied in inclement weather conditions. 3. GACO WESTERN ROOF COATING SYSTEM shall not be applied over asphaltic shingles, metal shingles,fiber-cement shingles,quarry slate,cement or clay roofing tile,or wood shingles or shakes. 4. The products listed herein are components of roof assemblies and are approved for use with roof assemblies that list any of the products listed herein as part of their roof assemblies Notice of Acceptance. For applications over existing single ply,smooth or granulated BUR systems. Refer applicable building code for requirements. 5. All products listed herein shall have an unannounced follow-up quality control program from an approved listing agency. Follow up test results shall be made available to Miami-Dade County Product Control upon request. 6. All approved products listed herein shall be labeled in compliance with TAS 121 and shall bear the imprint or identifiable marking of the manufacturer's name or logo and following statement: "Miami-Dade County Product Control Approved"or the Miami-Dade County Product Control Seal as shown below. MANMADE COUNTY APPROVED 7. Change in materials, use,or manufacture of any of the products listed herein shall be cause for termination of this Notice of Acceptance. 8. GACO WESTERN ROOF COATING SYSTEM shall only be applied by a factory trained and certified applicators. 9. GACO WESTERN ROOF COATING SYSTEM shall be applied in accordance \w ith manufacturer's published application instructions. END OF THIS ACCEPTANCE MIAMIOADE COUNTY NOA No.: 17-0329.08 APPROVED Expiration Date: 05/31/18 Approval Date: 05/11/17 Page 4 of 4 _wnlilWHf toAw This document has been eke5oncaly signed • ts�"-/� '"^y/ and sealed using a Digital Signattae.Prided . e kSo, FLt copies without an wigtul signabae rest ne v _ verified usitg the original ekctrortic version. •..••• Alpine,an ITW Company ' •, \GEW,Se•..:6► 6750 Forum Drive,Suite 305 • Orlando,FL 32821 •�$ Phone:(800)755-6001 ALPINE www.alpineitw.com • `� • #0 278 • E OF r ct 11/07/2018 4T4,41/0111140FFICE COPY ,..,.,,,,i-f- P 1 ' ' ' �i � . 'a•e � ; Customer: Gleckler&Sons Building Supply Job Number: 575518B Job Description: (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Address: ATLANTIC BEACH F,FL Design Code: FBC 2017 RES View Version: FBC 2017 RES JRef#: 1 WtV93530002 Wind Standard: ASCE 7-10 Roof Load(pdf): 20.00-7.00-0.00-10.00 Wind Speed(mph): 130 Floor Load(pst): None This package contains general notes pages,15 truss drawing(s)and 3 detail(s). %77 : '.' 1 ,r t 1 , i'. a it Seal# ,-; Via; 1 311.18.0750.18330 B04 2 311.18.0750.21140 C05 3 311.18.0750.25340 C06 4 311.18.0750.30677 C07 5 311.18.0750.36377 CO8 6 311.18.0750.45580 C09 7 311.18.0750.47023 010 8 311.18.0750.49300 D11 9 311.18.0750.56963 D12 10 311.18.0750.58143 D13 11 311.18.0750.59423 014 12 311.18.0751.02320 D15 13 311.18.0751.03827 D16 14 311.18.0751.05397 D17 15 311.18.0751.18347 D18 SUBMISSION 4 1105 a XL 1 Rev,ewec do Exceptions ❑ d Re,eOed _ O 2 Reviewed Exceptions Noted 0 5 information Only 0 3 Revise&Resubmit ...,c Med onii.'or(en-e-con'ornvice wit,the o,eea'coo:eme'tsI nd:u,M.n Co-Itat•Dot • tontistency with the protea days concept.Thn renew does not aches*the Contractor from res• _ . errors or on.i..-.M def ins for which the Contractor araaponiok lis colrolrnce vntr,ei.re..mile, .'. Contract OenumMKa.art'or t.e sole end SIAM IOW writ,Feon of the work This ren t-a d. of t-•.a.7.i:: -earn.meth001•teGMquea.Seo.0Mei.BM.n,Mraoona of the conatN;DMt M safety.p - • ,r,It era r.. 4.4entas tl en%rreda are the sole responutess.1 the Contractor. nL •. GRACE C. " G,INC. Date // }r_,�, t' J Checked by: / S'gnature: 1 Printed 11/7/2018 8.38:49 AM Florida Certificate of Product Approval#FL1999 OFFICE COPY I JOB:575518B err I 3.—II—T-------1 '--II—r-- I LOC:332 4TH AVE 15'4 13 I PLAN:JOOST BALLOON FRAME DESIGNER:RH , _ — — PITCH:4/12,5/12,9/12 �_jx] 1.6..8 —V ........J D15 OVERHANG:VARIES . N 1+ ,, WIND CODE:130 MPH-EXP C-CLOSED D16 ,f�� FLOOR SYTEM:16'SYS42 b 0 D15: . t �, ! ' ALL TRUSS PLATES ARE ALPINE PLATES,' t LL g �I i ALPINE WAVE PLATE APPROVAL#1999.3 N d D16� r ALPINE HS PLATE APPROVAL#1999.2 x5. / t1 m N O u D15 III- ENGINEER OF RECORD —' ow I c ;, HARLESTON PARKES a 5 1838 SEMINOLE RD R . BALLOO r' . _)13 0. ATLANTIC BEACH,FL 32233 20 8 LICENSE#AR0006496 — ' HANGERS ON JOB AREAS FOLLOWS a I 1111111 UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE -� D11 1 APPLICATION PART# APPROVAL# 1V I = 1-PLY TRUSS HTU26 FL10655.8 ,-.h ) 'L .. I r il -17-T'BRG HGT .A D10 • .— i 20"8 1 e• -. . I_ � � ® -21'-3 3/4"BRG HGT I BALLOON FRAME 1828 I!T—'— i REVISED 11-6-18 1 n--- - . i l 111 111 !i!1Pfl i. E ll C b 3 Reviewx No ExceCtions i a Re;etted ID t$� - !U 2 Reviewed Exceptions Noted U 5 Worm/bon Only 1 D Av p� ,� t 0 3 Revise&Resubmit 3 r 5 ; -I,c000 0,0'0,gt^e•.:on•or„s..e.vrn the protect'e^_w.tmeret eveteted h C,,nac:0ocunm5 ane to, n•:rae cont the p0Oeet oessn concept Me tevrew dues not'there the Co<rattc,trop.reopon.Orhty te. 6/1141 P :-rhe Of 00.4.0,3 m Oe3,0nelot yen eh the CO0t000.00 O tftp3nsime'of corpl,rrce 0,,U/e Rm,ett of;he b 1 /' ,a'.vat Docamenn.ane tee the saki an63ucrosld MmtnxLOn of the work.lho reeew • qt tOm4er the 6! 611.1 . 05 C rn,,methact tec,n.00ec.tee.eets,ane 0H3:�Ohl 00 the canttruttOO,• 0,Otw,m program, ��yy :i:werui thefem,which 30000,300 o,po,ob d tete Cotttractce. .2 1 I i O 2. Qr< ❑ 41 •. CONSULTING,INC. I Dare i �,�nt••�, Checked by: =i T Date ure: p�S S� I I 3 ALL BEAMS SPEC'D BY EOR I 617 I !9" 13'6" I -- r- _ ,___\ T _ — I TI 1— III, i rr ,. a. 2' 6 70.-0C 1 ,,, IIV ,., , 0 0, ; • m Uo U 0 0 0 i i !11. •••ii s . i.7 — _ I. - viii ✓iiwi �a✓i _'t-- - I I26'6-8 I 8'5'..— — I 61•? El 111171rO(1 • © 9 General Notes Truss Design Engineer Scope of Work, Design Assumptions and Design Responsibilities: The design responsibilities assumed in the preparation of these design drawings are those specified in ANSI/TPI 1, Chapter 2; and the National Design Standard for Metal Plate Connected Wood Truss Construction, by the Truss Plate Institute. The truss component designs conform to the applicable provisions of ANSI/TPI 1 and NDS, the National Design Specification for Wood Construction by AF&PA. The truss component designs are based on the specified loading and dimension information furnished by others to the Truss Design Engineer. The Truss Design Engineer has no duty to independently verify the accuracy or completeness of the information provided by others and may rely on that information without liability. The responsibility for verification of that information remains with others neither employed nor controlled by the Truss Design Engineer. The Truss Design Engineer's seal and signature on the attached drawings, or cover page listing these drawings, indicates acceptance of professional engineering responsibility solely for the truss component designs and not for the technical information furnished by others which technical information and consequences thereof remain their sole responsibility. The suitability and use of these drawings for any particular structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer in accordance with ANSI/TPI 1 Chapter 2. The Building Designer is responsible for determining that the dimensions and loads for each truss component match those required by the plans and by the actual use of the individual component, and for ascertaining that the loads shown on the drawings meet or exceed applicable building code requirements and any additional factors required in the particular application. Truss components using metal connector plates with integral teeth shall not be placed in environments that will cause the moisture content of the wood in which plates are embedded to exceed 19% and/or cause corrosion of connector plates and other metal fasteners. The Truss Design Engineer shall not be responsible for items beyond the specific scope of the agreed contracted work set forth herein, including but not limited to: verifying the dimensions of the truss component, calculation of any of the truss component design loads, inspection of the truss components before or after installation, the design of temporary or permanent bracing and their attachment required in the roof and/or floor systems, the design of diaphragms or shear walls, the design of load transfer connections to and from diaphragms and shear walls, the design of load transfer to the foundation, the design of connections for truss components to their bearing supports, the design of the bearing supports, installation of the truss components, observation of the truss component installation process, review of truss assembly procedures, sequencing of the truss component installation, construction means and methods, site and/or worker safety in the installation of the truss components and/or its connections. This document may be a high quality facsimile of the original engineering document which is a digitally signed electronic file with third party authentication. A wet or embossed seal copy of this engineering document is available upon request. Temporary Lateral Restraint and Bracing: Temporary lateral restraint and diagonal bracing shall be installed according to the provisions of BCSI chapters B1, B2, B7 and/or B10 (Building Component Safety Information, by TPI and SBCA), or as specified by the Building Designer or other Registered Design Professional. The required locations for lateral restraint and/or bracing depicted on these drawings are only for the permanent lateral support of the truss members to reduce buckling lengths, and do not apply to and may not be relied upon for the temporary stability of the truss components during their installation. Permanent Lateral Restraint and Bracing: The required locations for lateral restraint or bracing depicted on these drawings are for the permanent lateral support of the truss members to reduce buckling lengths. Permanent lateral support shall be installed according to the provisions of BCSI chapters B3, B7 and/or B10, or as specified by the Building Designer or other Registered Design Professional. These drawings do not depict or specify installation/erection bracing, wind bracing, portal bracing or similar building stability bracing which are parts of the overall building design to be specified, designed and detailed by the Building Designer. Connector Plate Information: Alpine connector plates are made of ASTM A653 or ASTM A1063 galvanized steel with the following designations, gauges and grades: W=Wave, 20ga, grade 40; H=High Strength, 20ga, grade 60; S=Super Strength, 18ga, grade 60. Information on model code compliance is contained in the ICC Evaluation Service report ESR-1118, available on-line at www.icc-es.orq. Page 1 of 2 General Notes (continued) Key to Terms: Information provided on drawings reflects a summary of the pertinent information required for the truss design. Detailed information on load cases, reactions, member lengths, forces and members requiring permanent lateral support may be found in calculation sheets available upon written request. BCDL = Bottom Chord standard design Dead Load in pounds per square foot. BCLL = Bottom Chord standard design Live Load in pounds per square foot. Des Ld = total of TCLL, TCDL, BCLL and BCDL Design Load in pounds per square foot. HORZ(LL) = maximum Horizontal panel point deflection due to Live Load, in inches. HORZ(TL) = maximum Horizontal panel point long term deflection in inches, due to Total Load, including creep adjustment. HPL = additional Horizontal Load added to a truss Piece in pounds per linear foot or pounds. LI# = user specified divisor for limiting span/deflection ratio for evaluation of actual L/defl value. L/defl = ratio of Length between bearings, in inches, divided by the immediate vertical Deflection, in inches, at the referenced panel point. Reported as 999 if greater than or equal to 999. Loc= Location, starting location of left end of bearing or panel point(joint) location of deflection. Max BC CSI = Maximum bending and axial Combined Stress Index for Bottom Chords for of all load cases. Max TC CSI = Maximum bending and axial Combined Stress Index for Top Chords for of all load cases. Max Web CSI= Maximum bending and axial Combined Stress Index for Webs for of all load cases. NCBCLL = Non-Concurrent Bottom Chord design Live Load in pounds per square foot. PL = additional Load applied at a user specified angle on a truss Piece in pounds per linear foot or pounds. PLB = additional vertical load added to a Bottom chord Piece of a truss in pounds per linear foot or pounds PLT= additional vertical load added to a Top chord Piece of a truss in pounds per linear foot or pounds. PP = Panel Point. R = maximum downward design Reaction, in pounds, from all specified gravity load cases, at the indicated location (Loc). -R = maximum upward design Reaction, in pounds, from all specified gravity load cases, at the identified location (Loc). Rh = maximum horizontal design Reaction in either direction, in pounds, from all specified gravity load cases, at the indicated location (Loc). RL = maximum horizontal design Reaction in either direction, in pounds, from all specified non-gravity (wind or seismic) load cases, at the indicated location (Loc). Rw= maximum downward design Reaction, in pounds, from all specified non-gravity (wind or seismic) load cases, at the identified location (Loc). TCDL =Top Chord standard design Dead Load in pounds per square foot. TCLL = Top Chord standard design Live Load in pounds per square foot. U = maximum Upward design reaction, in pounds, from all specified non-gravity (wind or seismic) load cases, at the indicated location (Loc). VERT(CL) = maximum Vertical panel point deflection in inches due to Live Load and Creep Component of Dead Load in inches. VERT(LL) = maximum Vertical panel point deflection in inches due to Live Load. VERT(TL) = maximum Vertical panel point long term deflection in inches due to Total load, including creep adjustment. W=Width of non-hanger bearing, in inches. Refer to ASCE-7 for Wind and Seismic abbreviations. Uppercase Acronyms not explained above are as defined in TPI 1. References: 1. AF&PA: American Forest& Paper Association, 1111 19`h Street, NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036; www.afandpa.org. 2. ICC: International Code Council; www.iccsafe.orq. 3. Alpine, a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.: 13723 Riverport Drive, Suite 200, Maryland Heights, MO 63043; www.alpineitw.com. 4. TPI: Truss Plate Institute, 218 North Lee Street, Suite 312, Alexandria, VA 22314;www.tpinst.orq. 5. SBCA: Wood Truss Council of America, 6300 Enterprise Lane, Madison, WI 53719;www.sbcindustry.co Page 2 of 2 'SEQN:885545 T3 COMN Ply: 1 i Job Number: 575518B Cust:R9353 JRef: 1 WA/93530002 FROM:RH 1 Qty: 9 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.18330 Truss Label: B04 JB / OF 11/07/2018 5'1114 � 11'9- 174" 2211 � 28'8"2 � 34'8" I5'11"14 55"2 57" 5'7" 5'9'2 5'11"14 1115X6 E 12 g(4 43)P 5 p --"11111111111111111111 �SXS =7X8 `�a5X5 m1 C. T1 = X L =5X8 .n (a) 3X4 3X4 a)T4 4t144 =5X8 r �. _1FI I /�..........a....," 17X8 '�4 17X8 .\ 1 �j t-- A— B O 12 ��fit 21'3"12 114X6 1114X6 I- 34'8" 1 9" 5'3"45'8"12 5'10"8 5'10"8 5'8.12 5'3"4 9" �" 5'8'12I F' ( 11'5'8 174" 23'2"8 28'114 34'2"8 I ('-1 5"8 5'8 K8 I&4'8" Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# 11 Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.736 M 565 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 1.389 M 299 180 p 1366 1- 1- /671 /496 /172 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.570 J - - J 1366 1- 1- /671 /496 I- EXP:C Kzt:NA HORZ TL: 1.077 J - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:26.02 ft ( ) P BrgWidth=5.5 Min Req1.5 NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:4.2psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 = Soffit: 2.00 Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.939 J Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 BCDL:5.0 psf Bearings P&J are a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.968 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.47 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.915 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:Any FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): — Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 B-C 2478 -4471 E-F 2594 -4990 Lumber -- • C-D 2946 -5452 F-G 2951 -5454 D-E 2600 -4990 G-H 2471 -4463 Top chord 2x4 SP#2:T1 2x4 SP SS Dense: :T4 2x4 SP M-31: Bot chord 2x4 SP SS Dense:B1 2x4 SP#2: Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) :B4 2x4 SP M-31: Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Webs 2x4 SP#3:W2,W7,W12 2x4 SP#2: O-N 4393 -2343 M-L 5278 -2646 Bracing N-M 5277 -2638 L-K 4386 -2335 (a)Continuous lateral restraint equally spaced on member. Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Purlins B-P 910 -1321 M-F 522 -444 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins B-0 4054 -2133 L-G 837 -307 to laterally brace chords as follows: 0-C 500 -676 G-K 502 -679 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) t.rreMM1M+Nttlfy�, C-N 828 -302 K-H 4048 -2127 BC 66 0.00 34.67 two, QS F�� Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers vV _ D-M 522 -436 H-J 907 -1318 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. ....■•• r .o• E-M 3480 -1617 �wp Wind Q,•••• `GE S'44'..j0\ Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C • • • member design. _ ; r NO. .648 • Additional Notes a • : * Refer to General Notes for additional information WARNING:Furnish a copy of this DWG to the • . ATE OF 'o, installation contractor.Special care must be taken j during handling,shipping and installation of trusses. Ta' • See"WARNING"note below. �N•P`OR`0:•�• [,v ++ �I #0 278 ' /ONAt 11/07/2018 **WARNING** READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI an SBCA)fr'rsafety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI..Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for ermanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections 83,B7 or 810, as applicable. AppTy plaes to each faceof truss and position as shown above and on the JointrDetails, unless noted otherwise Refer to A LP I N E drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin�any failure to build the I,14 RI ncoWNrry truss 1n conformance with ANSIITPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this dr wirlg or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of oro-Tessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE. www.alpineitw.corn.TPI. wwwtpinsr org.SBCA: www.sbcindustry.com:ICC: wwwiccsafe org Orlando FL,32821 . SEQN:885560 T20 COMN Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518B Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WfV93530002 FROM:RH , Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.21140 1 Truss Label: CO5 JB / DF 11/07/2018 5'81511'6"11 17'4" 231"5 29'5"5 368" 5'8"15 I 5'9"11 5'9"5 6'1"5 5'11"15 6'2"11 .5X5 E 12 0X4a3F4 5 p N N ;$5X5 5 W ,y . 3X4 I 112X4 H TA8 (a) f Jit1. — — /10;5, ` ` 12 21'3"12 1114X6 =_X5 =5X8 a 5X5 IM4 8(E5) 1 358" j I- 9" 8'8" 8'8" ( 9'2" 9'2" 9"" 8'8" 174" 26'6" 35'8" Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg.Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs),or'=PLF TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA- PP Deflection in loc Udell U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.159 F 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw '/U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.296 F 999 180 N 1379 /- /- /676 /324 /187 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.072 H - - 0` 954 /- /- /480 /220 /- Des Ld: 37.00 EXP:C Kzt:NA • HORZ(TL): 0.134 H - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS NCBCLL: 10.00 Mean Height:25.81 ft Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 N Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.6 TCDL:4.2 psf 0 BrgWidth=17.5 Min Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.972 Req= Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:h/2 to h TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.995 Bearings N&H are a rigid surface. RepFac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.619 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.57 ft Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:not in 9.00 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 C-D 780 -2143 F-G 831 -2272 Lumber 1 D-E 693 -1666 G-H 884 -2441 E-F 690 -1673 H-I 879 -2493 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 Webs 2x4 SP#3 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) :Rt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.744' Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Bracing N-M 1938 -610 L-K 1908 -556 (a)Continuous lateral restraint equally spaced on M-L 1823 -499 K-I 4352 -1413 member. Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Purlins Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins N-C 701 -2154 E-L 912 -282 to laterally brace chords as follows: D-L 254 -480 L-F 303 -578 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 44 -0.75 17.33 TC 36 17.33 36.42 , ��� BC 98 0.00 35.67 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers ......, at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Off'`• ;�.EN 0..,����^f. Wind v t3� V Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C - • member design. t No. : .648 . • . Additional Notes * • r Refer to General Notes for additional information , • ATE OF 1 q °A* *PcOROt". .,4c, ` #0 278 /ONAL 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicable. AppTy plates to each face or truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details. unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE- Alpine, drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin anv failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing oror cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of orooessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shovwn. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/1'P'1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE. sv .alpineitw.com,TPI: www tpinst org.SBCA: www.sbcindustry.com:ICC: www.iccsafe org SEAN:885675 T18 COMN Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518B Cust:R9353 JRef: 1W1V93530002 FROM:RH , Qty: 3 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.25340 Truss Label: C06 JB / DF 11/07/2018 5'912 i 11'2"4 i 17'4" ' 23'5"12 I 28'10"4 I 35'8" i 5'9"12 5'4"8 6112 6'1"12 5'4"8 6'9"12 it 5X61170) 1112X4 F T r•3X6 Q =3X6 T2 E - I G _r_ 12 113X6 _ r 1113X6 5 (7 U H T3 `m %5X8(SRS) -0/5X8(SRS) co 7 w�G D V r A =4X6(62) rr „III K 1 t • II II �\ t,5' _43.213"12 1112X6141 91 4 6 �X 6[12] _4X7X6 12X4 .. A 35'6" A h9"i 5'6"4 i 4'9"12 i 8",8 6'3"8 I 7 I 4'8" I 6'8" I9" 5'6"4 10'4' 1110"8 17'4" 24'4" 29' 35'8" Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSl Criteria ' ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.458 N 931 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.839 N 508 180 R 1812 I- I- /681 /320 /186 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.130 H - - T 1798 1- 1- /697 /323 I- EXP:C Kzt:NA Des Ld: 37.00 - HORZ(TL): 0.253 D Wind reactions based on MWFRS Mean Height 25.81 ft R Br Width NCBCLL: 10.00 Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 g =5.5 Min Req=2.1 TCDL:4.2 psf T Br Width=5.5 Min Re 1.8 Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.977 g q= Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:h/2 to h TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.966 Bearings R&T are a rigid surface. Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.57 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.615 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Loc.from endwall:not in 9.00 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 B-C 760-3030 F-G 459 0 Lumber Wind C-D 750-3119 G-H 751 -2647 0-E 755 -2659 H-I 751 -3130 Top chord 2x4 SP#2:T2,T3 2x6 SP SS Dense: Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C E-F 442 0 I-J 831 -3320 Bot chord 2x8 SP SS Dense:B1 2x8 SP#2: member design. :B3 2x4 SP#2: Webs 2x4 SP#3:W2 2x4 SP#2: Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Plate Shift Table Q-P 2810 -615 N-M 3013 -668 JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord P-0 2810 -615 M-L 3013 -668 No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite 0-N 2731 -468 L-J 2998 -664 [4] W2X6 S 4.75 [12] W4X6 S 2.25 Purlins Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. to laterally brace chords as follows: B-R 537 -1693 F-S 485 103 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) 111111t1 B-0 2724 -590 S-G 705 -3283 TC 35 -0.75 17.33 c 0-C 157 -560 H-N 947 -27 TC 26 17.33 36.42 Rte BC 120 0.00 35.57 s J FFM 0-D 888 -14 N-I 263 -510 ••••••yea Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers • •• ;^G�V+.�•♦,�� ,� E-S 705 -3283 I-L 119 -390 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. • v[. c^ Collar-tie braced with continuous lateral bracing at v,.� • 24"oc.or rigid ceiling. • • . O. 64$ . Loading • • Attic room loading from 11-4-0 to 23-4-0:Live Load: * • • * • 30 PSF.Dead Load:5 PSF Ceiling:0 PSF,Kneewalls: • 0 PSF ,,q\ ' ATE OF r�sc Truss designed for sleeping room only.No waterbeds ��, s . (ei,� permitted.Provide information to contractor, /� architect,and bldg owner.Trusses to be visibly �i� ••,,, OR,�••r�ok* b stamped to indicate 30.00 psf MAX LL. �Ci`' •'`,Nl./�.•'SX77 Additional Notes #0 278 ` 'VONA . Refer to General Notes for additional information 11/07/2018 "WARNING.' READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise.top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown forpermanent lateral restraint bf webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicaoie. Applates to each faceof truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to A LPI N E drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Buildl1nag Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the AN .:CA.,;. truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawnV. drawing or cover pa e6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of proTesstonaf engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suability and use of this yawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE: www alpine tw.corn.TPI. www.tpinst.org SBCA. www sbcmdustry com:ICC www.iccsafe org Orlando FL,32821 1 SEQN:885689 T23 COMN Ply: 1 1 Job Number: 575518B Gust:R9353 JRef: 1 WfV93530002 FROM:RH Qty: 1 I (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.30677 Truss Label: C07 JB / DF 11/07/2018 I r8• 6.0.4 { 10'3'14 i 141 ! 21T4 215' { 318-14 I 38'8- 1'8' 4'4 4.3.10 4.3'2 8'8'4 6'1-12 4'3.14 491'2 65X6 02X4 H G 'I_ 12 F 5 17 w5x8(SRS) /5XI SRS) 03X6110) E, 5x5(82) 71 `T4 b b O -/ ! M y 81gdx6 ''�-'�l?i�1 II '� 21'3'12 U G S 83 R O 84 P O N JB1 s8X12 -4x8120) N4)66)291I 86 21 A.....13,1 .8X8 -7%6 ^' T 112](4 \ /4X8 Q5 I + 'r V U 12 81 1!110610 0'9X12 k 368 A ,2", 1'418 41'11 j 4112 I 3494 , 0'10" I '39 T I 3'T6 4'8-6 {4, 1 510 10'3"14 131-12'�.8.' 21.3'4 28 3110101 38'8" '145.4 Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg.Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs),or•=PLF TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc L/defl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.368 Q 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.628 0 672 180 V* 1530 /- /- /652 /379 /192 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.174 F - - X 1614 /- /- /620 /396 /- EXP:C Kzt:NA Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:23.98 ft HORZ(TL): 0.304 F - - V /-6271 NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:4.2 psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 Wind reactions based on MWFRS Soffit: 2.00 Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.989 V Brg Width=16.5 Min Req= - BCDL:5.0 psf X Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.9 Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.970 RepFac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.742 Bearings V&X are a rigid surface. Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.67 ft Members not listed have forces less than 375# Loc.from endwall:Any FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Wind Duration:1.60 HS,WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber Loading B-C 4000 -1562 F-G 1192 -2548 C-D 680 -278 I-J 1189 -2515 Top chord 2x6 SP SS Dense:T1 2x4 SP SS Dense: Attic room loading from 14-8-12 to 27-2-5:Live Load: D-E 1351 -2856 J-K 1206 -2963 :T4 2x4 SP#2: 30 PSF.Dead Load:5 PSF Ceiling:0 PSF,Kneewalls: E-F 1197 -2974 K-L 1227 -2789 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2:B1 2x6 SP#2: 0 PSF :63,B6 2x8 SP#2: Truss designed for sleeping room only.No waterbeds :84 2x8 SP SS Dense: Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs 2x4 SP#3:W1 2x4 SP SS Dense: permitted.Provide information to contractor, Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. W2,W4,W6 2x4 SP#2: architect,and bldg owner.Trusses to be visibly stamped to indicate 30.00 psf MAX LL. U-T 1337 -3751 Q-P 2593 -854 Plating Notes Wind T-S 100 -543 P-O 2551 -1013 All plates are 3X6 except as noted. S-R 2613 -1123 O-N 2551 -1013 Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C R-Q 2613 -1122 N-L 2518 -1002 member design. Plate Shift Table Left end vertical exposed to wind pressure. Maximum Web Forces Per Plylbs JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord Deflection meets L/240. 14•14.12.m..._ ( ) No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite �� cWebs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. [10] W3X6 2.75 L 1.25 [20) W4X6 S 2.25 !' [29] W4X6 S 2.50 B-V 6185 -2495 E-S 77 565 •••"'•"A,'^n• 1A. B-U 2433 -5907 Q-F 918 -37 Purlins O •• \GENS •••• e ' U-C 1056 -2141 G-W 952 -2734 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins •� �• C-T 3120 .- 1267 W-I 952 -2734 to laterally brace chords as follows: ...s------, ; T-D 797 -1707 J-P 910 63 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) • No 64$ •: D-S 2817 -1015 K-N 186 -545 TC 48 -0.75 21.27 • • TC 33 21.27 37.42 „�. • Q .�. BC 17 0.00 1.38 ► BC 32 1.38 10.32 • BC 120 10.32 36.57 ..q'►� ATE OF i'444,- i Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers Q•� Q .•• � at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. , 1°�!� • Collar-tie braced with continuous lateral bracing at `„�w• R�� U� 24"oc.or rigid ceiling. �/ i7 Additional Notes #0 278 y4i ©'■�� Refer to General Notes for additional information 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safetyPpractices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI. th Unless noted oerwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachedrigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing inslalled per BCI sections 83,B7 or B10, /16 as applicable. Appplates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE- Alpine, drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. a division of ITW Building_Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of,trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,, 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of orooesslonar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 IFor more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE: www.alpineitw.COM.TPI. www.tpmst.erg,SBCA. wwwsbanduslry corn.ICC. www.iccsafe.erg Orlando FL,32821 SEQN:885713 T24 COMN Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518B Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WfV93530002 FROM:RH , Qty: 2 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.36377 Truss Label: C08 JB / DF 11/07/2018 10314 I 14 I 234 27.5- 31'814 I 366-r1'sSlIl 4871121 I { ! 4'3'3 432 6'6'4 6192 4314 4112 i6X6(R1) 122XH4 H =3%6 4( 3X6 73X6 G�. I 113X6 12 F J 5 x\5X8($S) •5X&SRS) 83X6(10) EE 4X6(82) T1 i\ T4 L is ryT 83X6(51 �2t'3Y2 Agg%4 C sH1015 riH06 0%8 II5X6(28 1254 ii I .1 • 07 0.\�3x61s1 l M Q 5 1 _0172- V U 12 B1 82 5254 s7%8 f-11 we- 1 Fg:i 1 436 t 48 ' I 15812 34•'14 I{ I 8'10' I 7' I 376 49"8 I�-I 5'7.4 10714 �8 21'34 2874 311010' 36'6' 1'4' '14'5"4 Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.841 Q 502 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 1.410 0 299 180 U 1863 /- /- /779 /464 /265 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:11 Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.469 F - - X 1863 /- /- /656 /454 1- Des Ld: 37.00 EXP:C Kzt:NA - HORZ(TL): 0.793 F - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS Mean Height:23.98 ft Code/Misc Criteria CreepFactor:2.0 U Brg Width=4.5 Min Req= 1.9 NCBCLL:10.00 X Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.9 TCDL:4.2 psf Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.998 Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.991 Bearings U&X are a rigid surface. RepFac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.938 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.67 ft Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:Any FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE,HS VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 I C-D 1438 -3268 I-J 1498 -3296 Lumber Loading -1 D-E 2535 -5976 J-K 1556 -3850 E-F 1539 -3965 K-L 1382 -3180 Top chord 2x6 SP SS Dense:T1 2x4 SP SS Dense: Attic room loading from 14-8-12 to 27-3-4:Live Load: F-G 1444 -3279 :T4 2x4 SP#2: 30 PSF.Dead Load:5 PSF Ceiling:0 PSF,Kneewalls: Bot chord 2x8 SP SS Dense:B1 2x6 SP SS Dense: 0 PSF Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Plylbs :B2 2x6 SP#2: Truss designed for sleeping room only.No waterbeds (lbs) :B5 2x4 SP#2: Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp_ Webs 2x4 SP#3:W4 2x4 SP#2: permitted.Provide information to contractor, ---.----------- architect,and bldg owner.Trusses to be visibly T-S 3320 -1523 P-0 2938 -1167 Bracing stamped to indicate 30.00 psf MAX LL. S-R 5503 -2264 0-N 2938 -1167 (a)Continuous lateral restraint equally spaced on Wind R-Q 5503 -2264 N-L 2879 -1145 member. Q-P 3412 -1169 Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C member design. Plate Shift Table Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Left end vertical exposed to wind pressure. Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Com JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord Deflection meets L/240. P' P' No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite ' NnMtsft C-U 920 -1734 G-W 1353 -3767 [5] W3X6 2.50 L 1.25 [9] W3X6 2.50 R 1.25 Left cantilever is not -d . ndjr [10] W3X6 2.25 L 1.25 [29] W5X6 S 4.50 • j Lt. 141144k6 -T 2963 -1208 H-W 453 -162 S.........„,,• hy,S T-D 703 -1456 W-I 1353 -3767 Purlins %••• ‘GEAIS •••'(/,//,r D-S 2461 -874 J-P 1175 -166 V • • �? E-S 1125 -610 P-K 846 -211 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins • • to laterally brace chords as follows: •�.. E-Q 1237 -2343 K-N 353 974 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) No. ; .648 Q V�c7 4 p Q-F 1514 -266 TC 28 -0.75 21.27 f TC 29 21.27 37. 42 . y r. BC 17 0.00 1.38 * I !rr BC 75 1.38 10.32 BC 71 10.32 36.57 ,� ATE OF lo- Apply dr purlins to any chords above or below fillers 77► . . `/ at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Q 14 >OI�, ,4 Collar-tie braced with continuous lateral bracing at ••. OR, ••�� • 24"oc.or rigid ceiling. -•••••••••+ Additional Notes #0 278 4.44!` ZONAL ,• . Refer to General Notes for additional information 1 1/07/2018 **WARNING** READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)Mr r safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI..Unless noted o-therwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid ceiling Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracin installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or 810, as applicaSle. Apply plates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the JointrDetails, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building_Components Group Inc.,shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing any failure to build the ,„m,:C,,,,.,, truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of.trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page•• 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of prooessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE.wvw alpineitw.corn.WI www.tpinst.org:SBCA. www.sbcindustry.com:ICC: w.wi.lccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 SEAN:885710 T25 COMN Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518B Gust:R9353 JRef: 1WfV93530002 FROM:RH Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.45580 Page 1 of 2 `Truss Label: C09 I JB / DF 11/07/2018 14•`13 6'0'4 10'314 147' 21T4 27'5- 31'8'14 36'8• I 1'4"13 4'7/ i 43'10 I 4'3'2 I 6'8'4 I 6'1.12 i 4714 I 4'112 i6X61Rt) - c3X6 O =3X6 83X8 G 13X6 12 F 3 BS w 5 115X8rSRS) - O5X8WRS) e3X6t10) w i 4X6(82) • T1 �' (a) T4 b O � L\ 63X6(5) . 1'I I. 21'3'12 838X1 C S R X P O N V�� W/ 5F11015 IX• Fg710 I .1 A ` 4� 5H0610 IIISX6t29u29) o I _ 63X6(9) Q 5 1 _4i,17'T V U 12 81 82 07X8 1' F A 35'8' j 9' 4310 4712 3'4.146'10" 7' 37'8 45 6 9• [-I 41 58'2 I 10314 I 13'8•i2'' 21'3"4 • 283.4 I 3rlo'+0F 36r I i ia 1'• 'X '',I Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs),or'=PLF TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.858 Q 473 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 1.428 Q 284 180 U 1790 /- /- /766 /454 /265 BCDL: 10.00 ' Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.481 F - - X' 1328 /- /0 /472 /318 /0 EXP:C Kzt:NA Des Ld: 37.00 --. --- HORZ(TL): 0.805 F - - L /-380 Mean Height:23.98 ft Wind reactions based on MWFRS NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:4.2 psf Code I Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 LI BrgWidth=4.5 Min Soffit: 2.00 Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.999 Req= 1.8 BCDL:5.0 psf X Brg Width=17.5 Min Req= - Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.968 Bearings U&X are a rigid surface. Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.67 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.886 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Loc.from endwall:Any • FT/RT.o(0)15(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. 1 Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE,HS VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 - -- Lumber Loading C-D 1404 -3115 I-J 1437 -3027 D-E 2466 -5673 J-K 1475 -3496 Top chord 2x6 SP SS Dense:T1 2x4 SP M-31: Attic room loading from 14-8-12 to 27-3-4:Live Load: E-F 1453 -3631 K-L 1112 -1989 :T4 2x4 SP#2: 30 PSF.Dead Load:5 PSF Ceiling:0 PSF,Kneewalls: F-G 1376 -2991 Bot chord 2x8 SP SS Dense:B1 2x6 SP SS Dense: 0 PSF :B2 2x6 SP#2: Truss designed for sleeping room only.No waterbeds :B5 2x4 SP#2: Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) permitted.Provide information to contractor, Webs 2x4 SP#3:W4 2x4 SP#2: Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. architect,and bldg owner.Trusses to be visibly Bracing stamped to indicate 30.00 psf MAX LL. T-S 3165 -1488 P-O 1883 -927 (a)Continuous lateral restraint equally spaced on Wind S-R 5222 -2200 O-N 1883 927 member. R-Q 5222 -2200 N-L 3562 -1792 Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C Q-P 3111 -1101 Plating Notes member design. All plates are 2X4 except as noted. Left end vertical exposed to wind pressure. Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Deflection meets U240. 11111Usiltaii, Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Plate Shift Table Left cantilever is not- .: •.. o ind t/r JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord 6 ° 1'`C/� C-U 899 -1661 G-W 1269 -3395 No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bile �,aa""'•,,04 'IBAJ, C-T 2822 -1176 H-W 408 151 [5] W3X6 2.75 L 1.25 [9] W3X6 2.75 R 1.25 �•�' 10.EIV c. /•e1�^* T-D 688 -1388 W-I 1269 -3395 [10] W3X6 2.75 L 1.25 [29] W5X6 2.00 L 4.75 e v D-S 2325 -843 J-P 1012 117 : „ E-S 1150 -619 P-K 1525 -247 Purlins E-Q 1243 -2368 K-N 512 -1674 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Noa e � Q F 1399 -234 • to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) * • TC 30 -0.75 21.27 a TC 42 21.27 37.42 �, ATE OF t 14 BC 75 1.38 10.32 oBC 17 0.00 1.38 ��A Q`eee•�� BC 58 10.32 36.57 I�}� aa-OR�Oe+�,� Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers r(�a`�(1�M. at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. YONAt V Collar-tie braced with continuous lateral bracing at #0 278 1'f If 1. 24"oc.or rigid ceiling. 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI.Unless noted otherwise.top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall havebracing installed per BCSI sections B3.67 or B10 as applicable. Appplates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on he JointDetails, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE- Alpine, drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the -,�.e,,:Ay„ truss in conformance with ANSI..PI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of.trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,, 6750 Forum Drive v listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of pro essionai engineerinresponsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this yawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this Job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE. tvww.alpineitw.com:TPI: www.tpinst.org.SBCA: www.sbcindustry.com;ICC. www.iccsafe.org SEAN:885710 T25 COMN Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518B Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WIV93530002 FROM:RH Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. OUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.45580 Page 2 of 2 .1 Truss Label: C09 JB / OF 11/07/2018 Additional Notes Refer to General Notes for additional information V 'S ('L /�,� i cl No. .648 • • • • . ATE OF /cc/ CiiS‘.*:41„49R0 w.".. . ........400:60, 0 • 27 `10NAL 1 1/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fir safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have_a properly attachd rigidiceiling. Locations shown for ermanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracingg installed per BCI sections$3,B7 or B10 , as applicable. Applates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the JoinFDetails, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ,q LP I N E drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine.a division of ITW Building_Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of oroTesslonar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 For more information see this fob's general notes page and these web sites ALPINE. www.alpineitw corn.TPI www tpmst org.SBCA www.sbcindustry.corn.ICC: www.iccsafe org Orlando FL,32821 SEAN:905239 T7 SPEC Ply: 1 I Job Number: 5755188 Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WN93530002 FROM:RH Qty: 1 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.47023 Truss Label: D10 )JB / OF 11/07/2018 6'6' 974121.4 tar- 6'6• --- 2'a-a 36 51 1'12 l 114X4 0 12x4 112X4 12 9 fa •. T e3X4 2X4118JI16j 8X8jI T A r F.4 • a 1 d e F1, -*G2t4t2 o- � c 12 83X4 =4X6 42X4118) A 758• 1 r arm 6.0'8 61.8 1--156- l 12B a I te•e' Ta Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg.Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 •Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc L/defl LJ# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.042 C 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.083 C 999 180 J 796 /- /- /423 /301 /234 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.032 G - - G 727 /- /- /380 /272 /- EXP:C Kzt:NA Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:26.41 ft HORZ(TL): 0.062 G - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:4.2 psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 J Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 Soffit: 2.00Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.982 G Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 BCDL:5.0 psf Bearings J&G are a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.433 RepFac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.523 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:Any FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 B-C 425 -1305 D-E 561 -759 Lumber C-D 685 -1279 E-F 312 -774 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs 2x4 SP#3 Chords Tens.Comp. Plate Shift Table I-H 582 57 JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. )16) W2X4 1.75 R 2.00 [18) W2X4 S 2.50 Purlins B-J 356 -722 H-E 400 -332 B-I 1006 -198 H-F 527 -116 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins C-I 419 -337 F-G 298 -674 to laterally brace chords as follows: I-D 1044 -438 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 51 -0.75 9.19N Niiew TC 74 9.19 18.67 S . BC 75 0.13 6.50 ... �,4; BC 81 6.50 12.54 r"""sc4 rNS/C:66;'r� f BC 74 12.54 18.67 ••. ‘Ci G �Of Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers w• :� at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. • p •• Wind No. 64$ Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C * • ,* member design. • : ) Additional Notes ATE OF j•t Refer to General Notes for additional information �•� t��•' t N•••M #0 278 4,1* /ONAL 11/07/x)18 "WARNING** READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.,Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracinginstalled per BCI sections B3,B7 or B10 as applicable. Apply plates to each face of-truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building_Components Group Inc..shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the ,„rr,,;0W In truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of oroTessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305o For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE. www.alpineitw.com:TPI'. www.Ipinst org;SBCA. www.sbcinduslry.com.ICC'. www iccsale.org Orlando FL,32821 SEAN:905245 T2 SPEC Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518B Gust:R9353 JRef: 1W1V93530002 FROM:RH Qty: 6 ' (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.49300 , Truss Label: D11 !JB / DF 11/07/2018 6 66' 974 178'4 18'8- s 608 + 2r4 F �6 s1r12 1140 111111111111 112X4 L 112X4 12 E 9 T93x4 ••1 2x4(17)1171 T I Q6 -IF m 2,r,2 _ • 1 12 93X4 .4X6 G 112x4(19( 1 188' I 6'0'8 60"8 6'1.8 6'6- I 12'6'6 -I- 188' -I 6 Loading Criteria (psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF)j Deft/CSI Criteria i ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NAI PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# ' Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA I VERT(LL): 0.040 C 999 240: Loc R+ /R- /R h /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.080 C 999 180. K 750 /- /- /383 /279 /213 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.031 G - - G 727 /- I- /381 /272 /- EXP:C Kzt:NA HORZ L: 0.061 G - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:26.58 ft ) NCBCLL: 10.00 • Code!Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 K Brg Width=- Min Req=- TCDL 4.2 psf G Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 1.5 Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.990 Bearing G is a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.431 Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.528 Members not listed have forces less than 375# • Loc.from endwall:not in 9.00 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) en 0.18 Plate FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GWind Duration:1.60 WAVE -VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 . B-C 419 -1298 D-E 562759 - - ' C-D 676 -1275 E-F 311 -774 Lumber Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs 2x4 SP#3 Chords Tens.Comp. Plate Shift Table I-H 582 56 JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite [17] W2X4 1.75 R 2.00 [19] W2X4 S 2.50 Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Purlins B-J 311 -701 H-E 402 -331 B-I 948 -191 H-F 527 -115 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins C-I 413 -333 F-G 298 -674 to laterally brace chords as follows: I-D 1040 -425 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 52 0.009.19 00140111144ill ewe* TC 74 9.19 18.67 6 BC 75 0.13 6.50 air.• BC 81 6.50 12.54 •'� •n•� BC 74 12.54 18.67 d •.• \GENS, +•., 41 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers •• ` • at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. • • • Hangers/Ties . No• (J)Hanger Support Required,by others • < ,* • • It • Wind ATE OF Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C % rte` member design. O•N Pi �l�t*•**+ 414 Additional Notes '+a•,�••�`r• r� Refer to General Notes for additional information `�'s"ONAL' #0 278 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing_and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI.Unless noted otherwise•top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid ceiling Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall havebracing installed per BCI sections 63,B7 or B10, as applicable. AppTy plates to each face.or truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. (tefer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of 11W Building Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of proTessiona1 engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 For more information see this Job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE: www.aIpineitw.com:TPI: www.tpinsi.org:SBCA: www.sbandustry.com:ICC: www.iccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 SEON:905230 T8 SPEC Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518B Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WfV93530002 FROM:RH thy: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.56963 I Truss Label: 012 JB 1 DF 11/07/2018 .112 472 x74 1x112 tee 392 43Y> ' 47.2 I Ore-14 I 4$'14 I -40x4 T 12 9 ,c3X4 13x4 E e II X4 A 82x4 T r � w 1 iia b 217/2 Jixa .5X6 • 6 93x4(16 181 j 18'8• A 8'8.12 91'12 I 974 I 188" { 5 Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pfin PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc L/defl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.019 H 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.037 H 999 180 J 723 /- /- /371 /127 /213 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:11 Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.007 F - - G 723 I- 1- /376 /126 I- EXP:C Kz(.NA Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:26.58 ft HORZ(TL): 0.015 F - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS NCBCLL: 10.00 Code/Misc Criteria CreepFactor: TCDL:4.2 psf 2.0 J Brg Width=- Min Req=- Soffit: 2.00 Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.710 G Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 1.5 BCDL:5.0 psf Bearing G is a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:h/2 to h TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.440 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.618 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:not in 9.00 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 C-D 305 -625 D-E 303 -629 Lumber Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Bot chord 2x4 SP SS Dense Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Webs 2x4 SP#3 I-H 491 -140 H-G 523 -140 Plate Shift Table JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. (16) W3X4 S 2.50 I-C 193 -696 E-G 201 -710 Purlins D-H 438 -183 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spaci75(in oc) Start(ft) tom'" MI TC 75 0.00018 18.6767 BC 120 0.00 18.6e CO?. ^C L_r w Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers �11J f`r/�,�� at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. ` �..■'"••,•.,••i/ y ENo Hangers/Ties Q•e• `v y� • i� (J)Hanger Support Required,by others a,�p •. 48 • // . Wind No ° •6 •• • ■ • Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C * • ; * member design. • • Left end vertical not exposed to wind pressure. ATE OF 40 cc Additional Notes • / �1� � + 44, Refer to General Notes for additional information A.• ORO.••• #0 278 .TONAL 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.,Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attaches rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracin installed per BCI sections 63,B7 or B10, as applicable. Appplates to each face or truss and position as shown above and on the Jointt Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE"I drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW BuildinlComponents Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,Installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drowirtg or cover page•, 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of pro0.essional engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suirability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibiliW of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites ALPINE. www.aipineitw.corn:TPI: www.tpinst org.SBCA www.sbcindustry.coln.ICC: www.iccsate org SEQN:905226 T5 SPEC Ply: 1 Job Number: 5755188 Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WN93530002 FROM:RH , Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DnvNo: 311.18.0750.58143 Truss Label: D13 JB / DF 11/07/2018 F 41-'2 ! 9'7'4 I 1711-2 i 18r I 47.2 472 48'14 48"14 e 4X4 0 12 or3X4 113X4 9 0 •E i IA u B 4 u2x4 T A . F _ i. • ii •' 21`3.12 I H 0 113)1414141 =5716 113x41151151 i 188- i F.9.. .9 I 9'7 4 I 9'5"12 9'7'4 186' Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg.Pf in PSFI I Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NAI PP Deflection in loc Udefl L/# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA 1 VERT(LL): 0.015 H 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.028 H 999 180 I 771 /- I- /413 /139 /234 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.008 F - - G 722 /- I- /375 /127 /- Des Ld: 37.00 EXP:C Kzt:NA __.____ HORZ(TL): 0.016 F - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS Mean Height:26.41 ft I Br Width=5.5 Min Re 1.5 NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:4.2 psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 9 q Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.704 G Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 1.5 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.429 Bearings I&G are a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:h/2 to h Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.613 Loc.from endwall:not in 9.00 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 C-D 303 -621 D-E 304 -625 Lumber Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Bot chord 2x4 SP SS DenseComp. Webs 2x4 SP#3 I-H 496 -142 H-G 520 -141 Plate Shift Table JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. [4) W3X4 S 2.50 [151 W3X4 S 2.50 I-C 169 -703 E-G 200 -704 Purlins D-H 435 -185 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 75 -0.75 18.67 111114N BC 120 0.00 18.67 �� F tuftv Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. .Le47,\ Wind Q •'• N+CEN45�*•:�G' Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C • t48 member design. i Additional Notes •• • • Refer to General Notes for additional information -- ! '1) • • • ..<1:14.. ATE OF i fcc; x.4%\4.kL OR10 4 `��� #0 278 w` t O�IIAI- 1 1/07/2018 **WARNING** READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing,and bracing..Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA )f 'safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper SCSI..Unless noted oherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd r'gid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracin installed per BCI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicatf'e. AppTy plates to each facee. or truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details. unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE- Alpine, drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. a division of ITW Buildingg CComponents Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin an failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of proTessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this Job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE, www.alpinertw.corn TPI. www tpinst org SBCA www sbcindustry corn,ICC www.iccsafe org SEAN:905222 T6 SPEC Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518B 'Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WIV93530002 FROM:RH Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. OUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0750.59423 Truss Label: 014 J8 / DF 11/07/2018 1 3.10.2 1 7.6.4 I'M I1'5 2 I 1 s'e• 3'10'2 3'107 31114 311'11 .4x4 D 1- -1. 12 03 4 413E4 9 E 112x4 112x4 • T A �. MF I ' = 1 1)21712 •'G 113x4(4141 ..3X6 113x4113]113) A ISS' 1 1 1"1 70'4I 71112 713-4 15'6' Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc L/defl L/# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.010 H 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL _ BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.020 H 999 180 I 686 /- 1- /376 /127 /213 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.007 F - - G 604 /- /- /312 /108 /- Des Ld: 37.00 EXP:C Kzt:NA HORZ(TL): 0.013 F - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS NCBCLL: 10.00 Mean Height 25.67 ft Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 I Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 TCDL:4.2 psf G BrgWidth=3.5 Min Soffit: 2.00 Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.473 Req= 1.5 BCDL:5.0 psf Bearings I&G are a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:h/2 to h 1 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.765 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.376 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:not in 9.00 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 1 WAVE VIEW Ver.17.02.02.1208.15 C-D 260 -502 D-E 264 -507 Lumber Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Webs 2x4 SP#3 I-H 384 -120 H-G 412 -118 Plate Shift Table JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. (4] W3X4 S 2.50 [13] W3X4 S 2.25 I-C 123 -571 E-G 173 -577 Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 75 -1.21 15.67 BC 120 0.00 15.67 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. 4•......n �� Wind Q•s�0 \GE sn% 0 Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C '� member design. Additional Notes a No. 648 Refer to General Notes for additional information * e +� . ATE OF .4: c .q.�.;r�ORO..-r, 44 #0 278 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing,and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections 83,B7 or B10, as applicable. Applplates to each face ofruss and position as shown above and on the JoinrDetails, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building.Ccomponents Group Inc shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/TR! 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drrwirlg or cover page 6750 Forum Drive u.un listing this drawing indicates acceptance of prooessionaf engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSIfTPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more inrormabon see this job's general notes page and these web vies ALPINE www.alpineilw corn,IPI www.tpinst org;SBCA wane sbcmduslry.corn ICC. www,ccsaie.org SEQN:905216 T12 SPEC Ply: 1 I Job Number: 575518B Gust:R9353 JRef: 1WfV93530002 FROM:RH Qty: 4 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0751.02320 Truss Label: D15 JB / DF 11/07/2018 I 3'11'14I 7'e-4 I 11'712 I 158- I 3'11'14 38'6 3'11'8 47'4 c 4X4 D T I 6 12 03e %3XI 9 p E do \ Tl. =5X10 3X4 =yt3 • T f��tlts: T H A I'f3X4 8 '3X4 �� c I 1 12 I .h 21V12 K--_ G W 83X4 82X4 1 15'8' 1 1'78 32"14 4710 474 3'54 ~�{.S.I 3'8.8 I T11- I 11'11-4 + 15'4"8 II.�.Ia S'8 YS'6' Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph I Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.030 I 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.058 I 999 180 K 710 /- 1- /386 /262 /213 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.036 G - - G 617 /- /- /320 /218 /- EXP:C Kit:NA Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:25.67 ftHORZ(TL): 0.071 G - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:4.2 psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 K Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.991 G Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 1.5 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.243 Bearings K&G are a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.306 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:Any FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Wind Duration:1.60 I WAVEI VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 B-C 320 -864 D-E 321 -954 Lumber C-D 306 -884 E-F 347 -998 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs 2x4 SP#3 Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Purlins J-I 748 -204 I-H 873 -252 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Maximum Web Forces Per Plylbs to laterally brace chords as follows: (lbs) Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. TC 74 -1.21 7.69 B-K 335 -655 H-F 746 -203 IC 71 7.69 15.67 B-J 684 -152 F-G 238 -585 BC 75 0.13 15.67 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers D-I 804 -216 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Wind �+t1111tM �.7 Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C ' FLEA member design. 17 .......,,0.•a Additional Notes Qo•+ \GE' •Se< ,�► y Refer to General Notes for additional information 7. No. : •648 • A , ATE OF 4r . r0 278 413 TONAL t" 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlingg shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)for safetypepractices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have br cin installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicabe. Appplates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Join Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to A LP I N E drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/T PI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of,trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,, 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of professional engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites ALPINE: w sw alpmeitw.corn:TPI: www.tpinst.org;SBCA: www.sbcindustry.com;ICC. www iccsafe.org SEQN:905219 T4 SPEC Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518B Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WfV93530002 FROM:RH . Qty: 3 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Div/No: 311.18.0751.03827 Truss Label: D16 JB / DF 11/07/2018 311'14 _ 7'6'4 11712 155 311'14 38'8 ! 3'11"8 I 474 .4X4 C it 12 B ,3,4 3x4 . D ..... T Alp,......-6-5,,,-0,0 ,..41hhaL .x3 .3x3 A T riamtimirl.: '!3)(4�8 �1ei'_ 11I 21912 112X4 byµ j 155 j 3714 I 4710 ! 474 ! 30'4 F .,I 3'8'6 7'11` 11'11-4 15'4.8 38 5 49- Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl L/# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.029 H 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.059 H 999 180 J 631 /- /- /318 /228 /179 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.036 F - - F 620 /- /- /321 /220 /- Des Ld: 37.00 EXP:C Kzt:NA HORZ(TL): 0.072 F - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS NCBCLL: 10.00 Mean Height 26.02 ft Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 J Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 TCDL:4.2 psf F BrgWidth=3.5 Min Re 1.5 Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.964 q Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.243 Bearings J&F are a rigid surface. Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.312 Members not listed have forces less than 375# FT/RT:O Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) 0IS2 Loc.from endwall:Any ( ) ( ) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver 17.02.02.1208.15 A-B 301 -879 C-D 314 -964 Lumber B-C 302 -894 D-E 343 -1005 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Plylbs Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 (lbs) Webs 2x4 SP#3 Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. I-H 768 -199 H-G 880 -249 Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Maximum Web Forces Per PlyIb to laterally brace chords as follows: ( s) Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. TC 73 0.00 7.69 A-J 229 -580 G-E 752 -200 TC 70 7.69 15.67 A-I 693 -182 E-F 236 -588 BC 75 0.13 15.67 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers C-H 818 -213 at 24"00 unless shown otherwise above. Wind N1Mis Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C � �L . member design. 0-P40-P,,..A,F.L.EifI ��/" Additional Notes c••.+. AGE+r '-6•�"�y f Refer to General Notes for additional information . . No. 648 ; ATE 4F f• • act t91.**41 ORVOV #0 278 wtri2NAI. 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shippin installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA) fsafty practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracingq installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicable. Applplates to each face or truss and position as shown above and on the JoinrDetails, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW BuildirigC omponents Group Inc..shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing any failure to build the ,r truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of oroTessionar engineering responsibility solely for the desi n shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 For more infamahon see this job's general notes page and these web sites ALPINE www alpinethv corn.TPI. www.tpinst org.SBCA wwwsbcmdustry.corn.ICC. www Iccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 SEAN:905242 T1 COMN Ply: 2 I Job Number: 575518B Gust:R9353 JRef: 1W1V93530002 FROM:RH Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0751.05397 1 Truss Label: D17 JB / DF 11/07/2018 -5 5 2 Complete Trusses Required 38 8 611''12 109- 13.11-8 i I e'8 3,3.•4 I 33"d I 3'8"8 .4x4 O -I '1'_i 12 /C4 \374 8 /r 3x4 13X4 8 F I JA hilib _�__ 'n 1 21'3'12 e2xe(41 =4x4 .3X8 =4X4 M 12X6(151 A 1311.8 1 9-I 35" i 3.6.12 i 3612 1 35' 9 35" 611'12 10'8"8 13.11•'8 Loading Criteria(pet) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in ioc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.028 J 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.050 J 999 180 L 3000 /- I- I- /1195 /- BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:11 Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.010 C - - M 3258 1- 1- /- /1161 I- Des Ld: 37.00 EXP:C Kzt:NA HORZ(TL): 0.018 C - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS Mean Height:24.90 ft L BrgWidth=5.5 Min NCBCLL:0.00 TCDL:4.2 psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 Req= 1.8 Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.968 M Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.9 Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.434 Bearings L&M are a rigid surface. Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:No Max Web CSI: 0.487 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:not in 4.50 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): ----- - Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 1 B-C 619 -1559 D-E 472 -1181 Lumber Purlins I C-D 472 -1181 E-F 606 -1553 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Bot chord 2x6 SP#2 to laterally brace chords as follows: Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Webs 2x4 SP#3 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 82 -0.75 14.71 K-J 1198 -471 J-I 1194 -462 Nailnote BC 120 0.00 13.96 Nail Schedule:0.131"x3",min.nails Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers Top Chord:1 Row @12.00"o.c. at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(ibs) Bot Chord:1 Row @ 4.25"o.c. Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Webs :1 Row @ 4"o.c. Additional Notes Use equal spacing between rows and stagger nails Refer to General Notes for additional information B-L 524-1289 J-E 146 392 in each row to avoid splitting. B-K 1237 -484 E-I 412 115 (1)1/2"bolts may be used for K-C 419 -133 I-F 1232 -474 (2)0.131"x3",min.nails on C-J 160 -398 F-H 514 -1284 The Bottom Chord Only. _,otglttdellis1 ft„ D-J 1278 -473 Special Loads s p.S" Fj t� (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.25/Plate Dur.Fac.=1.25) .•• "'�, r/I � TC:From 58 plf at -0.75 to 58 plf at 14.71 ••• `GENS '•••`0 BC:From 5 plf at -0.75 to 5 plf at 0.00 •� •• BC:From 10 plf at 0.00 to 10 plf at 13.96 • BC:From 5 plf at 13.96 to 5 plf at 14.71 w • BC: 750 lb Conc.Load at 1.35,3.35,5.35,7.35 No, 64$ St 9.35,11.35 • • • • BC: 723 lb Conc.Load at 13.35 * • •Plate Shift Tabled ATE OF r'cu- 4 JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord • •. e44 No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite (4) W2X6 S 4.00 (15] W2X6 S 4.00 V.,fid.Q R�0..4r'•�� Wind .0...*****. JD�IAt . 6` Wind loads and reactions based on MWFRS. #0 278 41 11/07/2018 "'WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT'* FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating.handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fsafety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom Chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall havebraacin9 ins-ailed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicable. Applplateseto each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to drawings 160A-Z for sandard plate positions. ALPINE Alpine,a division of ITW Buildingc�_Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI. PI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of,trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page., 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of oroTessionaf engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this dawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web saes: ALPINE. www alpmeaw.corn.TPI. www.tpinst.org.SBCA: www sbcindustry corn:ICC. www.iccsare.org • SEQN:885638 129 GABL Ply: 1 Job Number: 5755188 Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WN93530002 FROM:RH s Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.0751.18347 Truss Label: 018 JB / DF 11/07/2018 1'0-1f 61112 1710'10 13'1118 11.0.14 5.10.4 I 5.10'14 I 1'0- 14 I-1r12+1.4•—I .4H - (1(P) IINN16.,,:, 12:of3� � .4x10'4x10 .��,. 'B I A .1 2, _.21'3'12 I 13'1118 I I,g'I 13'11'8 I g•I 13'1118 (NNL) (NNL) Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs),or*=PLF TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.002 H 999 240 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.003 H 999 180 Z* 84 1- /- /42 /31 /14 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.031 G - - 'Wind reactions based on MWFRS EXP:C Kzt:NA Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:24.72 ft HORZ(TL): 0.045 G - - Z Brg Width=167 Min Req=- NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:4.2 psf Code!Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 Bearing Z is a rigid surface. Soffit: 2.00 . BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.074 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.082 Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.205 Loc.from endwall:Any FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver.17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 Webs 2x4 SP#3 Bracing Fasten rated sheathing to one face of this frame. Plating Notes All plates are 2X4 except as noted. Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: twigif Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) �s c TC 29 -0.75 1.56 !' TC 75 1.56 13.96 TC 29 13.96 14.71 c)% `'•s`•/`'V. ` BC 120 0.00 13.96 %4+" GEN Q •s�� I. Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers •• c •: at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Q,� • Wind 1• No. ' •648 •• Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C *. • !a * member design. • Additional Notes ATE OF jet.. Refer to General Notes for additional information Q• �// � i 4� See DWGS A14030ENC101014&GBLLETIN0118 for .••i ORV�•••ti�► gable wind bracing and other requirements. Viinitx 1� 11•••••••••••` Truss designed to support 8"maximum gable #0 278 'ol ko'*^�,V' end overhang. 11/07/2018 **WARNING*` READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT** FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling shipping,installing and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fur safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide tempora bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall havebraacin installed per BCSI sections 63,B7 or B10, as applicable. Apply plates to each face.of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to drawings 160A-Z for sandard plate positions. ALPINE" Alpine,a division of ITW Buildl1ng_Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the F,,,�;,weem• truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping.installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover pagqe._ 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of pro-fessional engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. 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W OFFICE COPYe, I JOB: 575518A I 8' I LOC: 332 4TH AVE 3 PLAN: JOOST a DESIGNER: RH 18'4-8 I PITCH: 4/12 i 3 r 5 ; — — OVERHANG: 7 1/4" WIND CODE: 130 MPH - EXP C- CLOSED jo a c' FLOOR SYTEM: 20"SYS42 f ENGINEER OF RECORD .r t = .1 , HARLESTON PARKES 1838 SEMINOLE RD I ° ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 Ly 4 LICENSE#AR0006496 1s-oc ALL TRUSS PLATES ARE ALPINE PLATES ALPINE WAVE PLATE APPROVAL# 1999.3 ALPINE HS PLATE APPROVAL# 1999.2 11 rl q fr.,V/7':I � — M r HANGERS ON JOB ARE AS FOLLOWS '� UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE i I APPLICATION PART# APPROVAL# • I FLOOR TRUSS THA422 FL10447.6 I I iH O ' IS — D - I 10' 61/2" BRGHGT 1 251 1'6"8 W1V711 REVISED 10-11-18 11111111 REVISED 11-6-18 2.1 1 b 12 i —1810r I 8' I ligOlig I , 551OV It JOG? ; 221k i )14_1 Revrewec Vo Exceptioes L• a RE ecteo ' I 1 6" iii t 11 y& i N ]Reviewed Exceptions Noted U i Information Only ILeJ'D 3 Revise&Rest.t;mitiv 1 b 1 1 u.S'wedo.,rra It.'d'cona�w,:e n.n ure orgect.... rk•ru,ro.a;ca owu+.<o:;a_. Q H f 8 9 . 73 Cardura cosh cosh the Wood omen cornet lbs rarer docs,at•etievetre .. c resaont,aaty Is• Y rem ororissornmdews for*nth the Contractor•ratio-, er c• I e em . ..cement,at:ne Contract Doaaelouat . m tor the sate aedwa cashloofrtrun.a•et , n not codo•the "Van,methedt.teC.M.OX 4 semrenca.Ind 00eranoM Of . •/ Yfety,Iti ,tam.a Qloe•ams ACIOenW theeeto.rhrA we the sae reswrrthccy a the • rac/RGRACEJ y .11. 11) ALE LILTING,INC Ogee Checked by: (Signature: 1$;:;!:' ! . , • ALL BEAMS SPEC'D BY EOR I 136 I 12'4" I 53'2" I 191" 1 13'6" I 177" CO N L- N .1- C.- 0 CO 6.',./ LL IN Ol O4LL LL O O j9 0 0 0 LL 16-OC 1.5 r r. R R f k r 4 1 LL LL1 _ 1 „ 1 1 1 Jr I 1 )1,, A 11 11 lil i 1 e CJ23 til - c11 i 7 N ._ .II it _11 , CJ22 Q Q 1 • FG01 '^ " LL 40o I s d --21.69' w6---16' o s CJ21 w • 1! ` ` 7 2' 2' R %' 1 ► F08 ' / , , ,- m x 1 1, . . 1 . y'q. :=15 c 1; re '• 16"OC .. K • 1 , 1 . 3 r. 6 1: • 1 * • I 1." / 9 . 4 I I I I \ I I 1 1 : it 1 1 1 1 .,.. o/iF, I 1. .1 a . EJ20 •6 ,. ,'�%%� 1�i ...1 in i 1 %, %'• : 1.4' �,•':, ',A -1 _ / ;' -+•— co • l Al -ILL I FO8 o A IFO9 - �Au` P tr ■ .,' p ■ fl w, • 1 I ■ 1" w : - CJ21 — r 1,- t is r1—3'10'12.-i I ' • 4 t • r FG02 1 i CJ22 ra I 1 r 1 r 1' -' 1'-.r r I' ';-01-t -r -r 11 -: el - CJ23 ,xa g kPS QS ES 'i 3 6 k' I I L ' f • Y ..�Y P • 17 .1 • A ^C5 M (N 7 CO 16-OC L_ J ..P -� u_ IL c' 0 v I 12'4" I 2T2'' I T2" 1 I — 73'6" General Notes Truss Design Engineer Scope of Work, Design Assumptions and Design Responsibilities: The design responsibilities assumed in the preparation of these design drawings are those specified in ANSI/TPI 1, Chapter 2; and the National Design Standard for Metal Plate Connected Wood Truss Construction, by the Truss Plate Institute. The truss component designs conform to the applicable provisions of ANSI/TPI 1 and NDS, the National Design Specification for Wood Construction by AF&PA. The truss component designs are based on the specified loading and dimension information furnished by others to the Truss Design Engineer. The Truss Design Engineer has no duty to independently verify the accuracy or completeness of the information provided by others and may rely on that information without liability. The responsibility for verification of that information remains with others neither employed nor controlled by the Truss Design Engineer. The Truss Design Engineer's seal and signature on the attached drawings, or cover page listing these drawings, indicates acceptance of professional engineering responsibility solely for the truss component designs and not for the technical information furnished by others which technical information and consequences thereof remain their sole responsibility. The suitability and use of these drawings for any particular structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer in accordance with ANSI/TPI 1 Chapter 2. The Building Designer is responsible for determining that the dimensions and loads for each truss component match those required by the plans and by the actual use of the individual component, and for ascertaining that the loads shown on the drawings meet or exceed applicable building code requirements and any additional factors required in the particular application. Truss components using metal connector plates with integral teeth shall not be placed in environments that will cause the moisture content of the wood in which plates are embedded to exceed 19% and/or cause corrosion of connector plates and other metal fasteners. The Truss Design Engineer shall not be responsible for items beyond the specific scope of the agreed contracted work set forth herein, including but not limited to: verifying the dimensions of the truss component, calculation of any of the truss component design loads, inspection of the truss components before or after installation, the design of temporary or permanent bracing and their attachment required in the roof and/or floor systems, the design of diaphragms or shear walls, the design of load transfer connections to and from diaphragms and shear walls, the design of load transfer to the foundation, the design of connections for truss components to their bearing supports, the design of the bearing supports, installation of the truss components, observation of the truss component installation process, review of truss assembly procedures, sequencing of the truss component installation, construction means and methods, site and/or worker safety in the installation of the truss components and/or its connections. This document may be a high quality facsimile of the original engineering document which is a digitally signed electronic file with third party authentication. A wet or embossed seal copy of this engineering document is available upon request. Temporary Lateral Restraint and Bracing: Temporary lateral restraint and diagonal bracing shall be installed according to the provisions of BCSI chapters B1, B2, B7 and/or B10 (Building Component Safety Information, by TPI and SBCA), or as specified by the Building Designer or other Registered Design Professional. The required locations for lateral restraint and/or bracing depicted on these drawings are only for the permanent lateral support of the truss members to reduce buckling lengths, and do not apply to and may not be relied upon for the temporary stability of the truss components during their installation. Permanent Lateral Restraint and Bracing: The required locations for lateral restraint or bracing depicted on these drawings are for the permanent lateral support of the truss members to reduce buckling lengths. Permanent lateral support shall be installed according to the provisions of BCSI chapters B3, B7 and/or B10, or as specified by the Building Designer or other Registered Design Professional. These drawings do not depict or specify installation/erection bracing, wind bracing, portal bracing or similar building stability bracing which are parts of the overall building design to be specified, designed and detailed by the Building Designer. Connector Plate Information: Alpine connector plates are made of ASTM A653 or ASTM A1063 galvanized steel with the following designations, gauges and grades: W=Wave, 20ga, grade 40; H=High Strength, 20ga, grade 60; S=Super Strength, 18ga, grade 60. Information on model code compliance is contained in the ICC Evaluation Service report ESR-1118, available on-line at www.icc-es.org. Page 1 of 2 I General Notes (continued) Key to Terms: Information provided on drawings reflects a summary of the pertinent information required for the truss design. Detailed information on load cases, reactions, member lengths, forces and members requiring permanent lateral support may be found in calculation sheets available upon written request. BCDL = Bottom Chord standard design Dead Load in pounds per square foot. BOLL = Bottom Chord standard design Live Load in pounds per square foot. Des Ld = total of TCLL, TCDL, BCLL and BCDL Design Load in pounds per square foot. HORZ(LL) = maximum Horizontal panel point deflection due to Live Load, in inches. HORZ(TL) = maximum Horizontal panel point long term deflection in inches, due to Total Load, including creep adjustment. HPL = additional Horizontal Load added to a truss Piece in pounds per linear foot or pounds. L/#= user specified divisor for limiting span/deflection ratio for evaluation of actual L/defl value. L/defl = ratio of Length between bearings, in inches, divided by the immediate vertical Deflection, in inches, at the referenced panel point. Reported as 999 if greater than or equal to 999. Loc= Location, starting location of left end of bearing or panel point(joint) location of deflection. Max BC CSI = Maximum bending and axial Combined Stress Index for Bottom Chords for of all load cases. Max TC CSI = Maximum bending and axial Combined Stress Index for Top Chords for of all load cases. Max Web CSI= Maximum bending and axial Combined Stress Index for Webs for of all load cases. NCBCLL = Non-Concurrent Bottom Chord design Live Load in pounds per square foot. PL = additional Load applied at a user specified angle on a truss Piece in pounds per linear foot or pounds. PLB = additional vertical load added to a Bottom chord Piece of a truss in pounds per linear foot or pounds PLT= additional vertical load added to a Top chord Piece of a truss in pounds per linear foot or pounds. PP = Panel Point. R = maximum downward design Reaction, in pounds, from all specified gravity load cases, at the indicated location (Loc). -R = maximum upward design Reaction, in pounds, from all specified gravity load cases, at the identified location (Loc). Rh = maximum horizontal design Reaction in either direction, in pounds, from all specified gravity load cases, at the indicated location (Loc). RL = maximum horizontal design Reaction in either direction, in pounds, from all specified non-gravity (wind or seismic) load cases, at the indicated location (Loc). Rw= maximum downward design Reaction, in pounds, from all specified non-gravity (wind or seismic) load cases, at the identified location (Loc). TCDL = Top Chord standard design Dead Load in pounds per square foot. TOLL = Top Chord standard design Live Load in pounds per square foot. U = maximum Upward design reaction, in pounds, from all specified non-gravity (wind or seismic) load cases, at the indicated location (Loc). VERT(CL) = maximum Vertical panel point deflection in inches due to Live Load and Creep Component of Dead Load in inches. VERT(LL) = maximum Vertical panel point deflection in inches due to Live Load. VERT(TL) = maximum Vertical panel point long term deflection in inches due to Total load, including creep adjustment. W=Width of non-hanger bearing, in inches. Refer to ASCE-7 for Wind and Seismic abbreviations. Uppercase Acronyms not explained above are as defined in TPI 1. References: 1. AF&PA: American Forest& Paper Association, 1111 19th Street, NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036; www.afandpa.org. 2. ICC: International Code Council; www.iccsafe.orq. 3. Alpine, a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.: 13723 Riverport Drive, Suite 200, Maryland Heights, MO 63043; www.alpineitw.com. 4. TPI: Truss Plate Institute, 218 North Lee Street, Suite 312, Alexandria, VA 22314;www.tpinst.orq. 5. SBCA: Wood Truss Council of America, 6300 Enterprise Lane, Madison, WI 53719;www.sbcindustry.co Page 2 of 2 s Job Number: 575518A I Ply: 1 SEAN:885554 /135 /HIPS Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WfV93530007 (BOSCO)33214TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 1 FROM:RH OrwNo: 311.18.1003.26356 Truss Label: A01 JB / DF 11/07/2018 5712 11' 16'10"8 279" 251"4 33'9" 5'7"12 + 5'4"4 5'10"8 + 5,10"8 I 5,4"4 I 57"12 6X6 III2X4 m-6X6 12F G E T 4 a a s 3)(4a4 3X D - 111141PV P10 3x4 3�C4 a A B . I J K 1115X8(E5) 1112X4 5X5= -3X8 5X5= 112X4 1115X8(E5) I 33'9" A 56" I 56" 5'10"8 I 5'10"8 5'6" I qq "1 5'6" 7 PI 56" 11' 16'10"822'9" 28'3" 33'9" I Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg.Pr in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Lldefl U# Loc RIU /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA i VERT(LL): 0.252 F 999 240 B 1297 /293 /702 /- /96 /3.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.683 F 866 180 J 1297 /293 /702 I- /- 13.0 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.077 I - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS EXP:C Des Ld: 37.00 HORZ(TL): 0.142 I - - i B Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 NCBCLL: 10.00 Mean Height:15.00 ft Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 I J Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 TCDL:4.2 psf Bearings B&J are a rigid surface. Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.986 g g Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:h/2 to h TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.975 RepFactors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.611 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.38 ft Loc.from endwall:not in 9.00 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): ' Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp_ Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 B-C 811 -2664 F-G 879 -2552 Lumber L C-0 809-2608 G-H 800 -2416 D-E 800 -2416 H-I 808 -2608 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 E-F 879 -2552 I-J 811 -2664 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 a Webs 2x4 SP#3 Ply Bot Chord Forces Per :Lt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.500' (lbs ) :Rt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.500' Chords Tens.Comp_ Chords Tens. Comp. Purlins B-P 2400 -702 N-M 2257 -640 P-0 2397 -704 M-L 2397 -711 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins 0-N 2257 -634 L-J 2400 -708 to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 29 -0.60 11.00 TC 40 11.00 22.75 TC 29 22.75 34.35 BC 99 0.00 33.75 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. • 0.P6 F- Wind ` � r•s••••ne,�-�I/-V • Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C Cs •••' \CE S ''•• C member design. • • i No. •648 • • • • -.it\ ` ATE OF /cc kir �0 278 ` ioNAle" 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT"' FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlingg shipping,installing,and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fOr safety actices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted o-therwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottomhord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections 63,B7 or B10, as applicable. Apply plates to each face.of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE- Alpine, drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. a division of ITW B ildinl omponents Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSIT 11,or or handling shipping,installation and bracing of,trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,, 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of orooessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE:www.alpineitw.com:TPI: www.tpinst.org:SBCA: www.sbundustry.com:ICC: www.icmafe.org Orlando FL,32821 ' Job Number. 575518A Ply: 1 SEQN:885551 /T34 /HIPS Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WtV93530007 (BOSCO)3324TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 1 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26403 Truss Label: A02 JB / DF 11/07/2018 4'6"1-' '6" + 9' I 16'10"8 I 24'9" I 29'3" , 33'9" 4'6" 4'6" 7'10"8 710"8 4'6" 4'6" 6X6 1112X4 6X6 4 12 =EF G i2X4 m m m 2X4 to D H b 3t4 ='-3(4 M A B 1115X8(E5) 5X5 m 3X8 m5X5 III5X8(E5) A- 33'9" 1 F i 9' I 710"8 I 710"8 I 9' 7.4 r 9' 16'10"8 24'9" 33'9" I 1 Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg.Pf in PSF)i Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.292 F 999 240 Enclosure:Closed B 1297 /294 /694 /- /- /3.0 BCLL: 0.00 Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.791 F 747 180 J 1297 /294 1694 /- /- !3.0 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.072 L - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS EXP:C Des Ld: 37.00 HORZ(TL): 0.134 L - - B Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 Mean Height:15.00 ft NCBCLL: 10.00 Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 J Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 TCDL:4.2 psf Bearings B&J are a rigid surface. Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.997 9 9 Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:h/2 to h TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 1.000 Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.38 ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.583 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Loc.from endwall:not in 9.00 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 B-C 892 -2698 F-G 1041 -3084 Lumber C-D 875 -2584 G-H 827 -2562 D-E 827 -2562 H-I 874 -2584 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 E-F 1041 -3084 I-J 892 -2698 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 Webs 2x4 SP#3 :Lt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.500' Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) :Rt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.500' Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Purlins B-N 2367 -760 M-L 2412 -692 N-M 2412 -685 L-J 2367 -767 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) TC 32 -0.60 9.00 Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. TC 29 9.00 24.75 TC 32 24.75 34.35 E-M 738 -259 M-G 738 -259 BC 94 0.00 33.75 F-M 274 -454 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers .,0M0ftrMlM at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. .OPS• F A Wind ......•..t�• /j Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C 4,,Z;0%;' \CENS ••• member design. •• .� 1. • No. ' •648 •• • ■ * • • *, • ATE OF r� #0 278 `ZONAL 11/07/2018 "WARNING"' READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "'IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shippin installing.and bracing.,Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI anti SBCA)fsafety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid ceiling Locations shown for ermanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing inslalled per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10 as applicable. Apply plates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE' drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing an failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of 'professional engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this dawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/1'P!1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE www.alpinedw.corn.TPI: www.tpinst.org.SBCA: w.vw.sbdndustry.com;ICC: www.iccsafe.org Job Number. 575518A Ply: 2 SEAN:885557 /T37 /HIPS Gust:RR9353 JRef: 1WN93530007 (BOSCO)3324TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 1 FROM:RH DiwNo: 311.18.1003.26247 Truss Label: A03 J8 / DE 11/07/2018 -_--_. ---- -- --- - _ J , [-_- 5 5 2 Complete Trusses Required 7' 13'9"5 20'1"7 26'9" 33'9" ---—-— — -- 7' I 6,9.,5 6,4„1 I 67„9 I 7' 'I 12 4 p w 5DX8 =5X5 1112X4 m- 5XC8 T ". 1111111111111 ... 3X6 '‘.---1.1)(6 10 C 41 A B � CJ J 1115X8(E5) 5X5 3X4 =5X8 63 =5X = = 5 1115X8(E5) 1 33'9" i 7'1"12 I 6'4"1 6'7"9 6'5"13 1 T1"12 7"4 ( I 7'1"12 13'5"13 20'1"7 26'7"4 33'9" 1 1 Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg.Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria •Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.351 F 999 240 B 2618 /585 /- 1- 1- /3.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.957 F 619 180 I 2618 /585 I- I- I- /3.0 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.088 H - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS EXP:C Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:15.00 ft - HORZ(TL): 0.163 H - - B Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 NCBCLL:0.00 TCDL:4.0 psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 I Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 id surface.B&I are a rigid Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.994 Bearingsg Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.867 Re Factors Used:No Max Web CSI: 0.764 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.38 ft P Loc. Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) from endwall:NA FT/RT:O(0)!5(2) ;Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 1 B-C 678 -3035 F-G 904 -4104 Lumber - ' C-D 665 -2999 G-H 664 -3001 D-E 890 -4066 H-I 677 -3036 Top chord 2x4 SP SS Dense E-F 904 -4104 Bot chord 2x4 SP SS Dense:B3 2x4 SP#2: Webs 2x4 SP#3 :Lt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.929' Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) :Rt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.929' Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Nailnote B-N 2786 -615 L-K 2798 -612 N-M 2797 -614 K-I 2787 -614 Nail Schedule:0.131"x3",min.nails M-L 4108 -910 Top Chord:1 Row @12.00"o.c. Bot Chord:1 Row @12.00"o.c. Webs :1 Row @ 4"o.c. Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Use equal spacing between rows and stagger nails Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. in each row to avoid splitting. D-M 1391 -303 F-L 196 -416 Purlins _...rtrM►! M-E 195 -418 L-G 1426 -318 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins • 1 \,)S FtE to laterally brace chords as follows: •....• 7\ Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) ...••• '°°.• TC 58 -0.60 7.00 \C, A E MS •% 0 TC 45 7.00 26.75 •• 4, TC 58 26.75 34.35 •• BC 120 0.00 33.75 • Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers N• O. ' •64$ • at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. i Loading Is • #1 hip supports 7-0-0 jacks with no webs. ATE OF ;ick Wind Q /'►`/ 0I�,O`_��►4V Wind loads and reactions based on MWFRS. .'•'*••a•Mt►'•'•A, #0 278 • iONAt 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlingshipping,installing,and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fi safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI..Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid ceiling Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or 810, as applicable. Apply plates to each face or truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to A LP I N E drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc..shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing any failure to build the handling, truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of prooessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitabilitygSuite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSIITPI 1 Sec.2. For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE www.alpineitw.com;TPI: www.tpinst.org:SBCA. wvnv.sbcindustry.com:ICC: www.,ccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 I Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 1 SEQN:885652 /T42 1 HIP_ Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WIV93530007 (BOSCO)3324TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 2 FROM:RH I DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26372 Truss Label: HJ19JB / DF 11/07/2018 4'11" 9'10"1 FH4'11" e�, 4'11" E 2.83 i- r�1:' 3X4 D 3X4 wr M B Ccv I. A•• �� ■ I 1111111111111111■...._ el • — 1;1 H GF III3X8(E5) 1112X4 =3X3 r10"4 I 4.9"4 I 4'6"5 67 4'9"4 9'3"9 19'10I"1 Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria 1 A Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc L/defl U# ; Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.036 H 999 240 1 B 299 /68 /- /- /- /3.5 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.098 H 999 180 1 F 335 /15 /- I- /- /1.5 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.009 C - - E 242 /113 /- /- I- /1.5 EXP:C HORZ TL: 0.017 C - - 'Wind reactions based on MWFRS Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:15.00 ft ( ) NCBCLL:0.00 Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 B Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 TCDL:4.2 psf F Min Brg Width Req= Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.987 - Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.558 E Min Brg Width Req= RepFactors Used:No Max Web CSI: 0.392 Bearing B is a rigid surface. Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Members not listed have forces less than 375# GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Lumber B-C 168 -762 C-D 164 -748 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 Webs 2x4 SP#3 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) :Lt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.500' Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Purlins B-H 712 -157 H-G 703 -161 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Maximum Web Forces Per Plylbs to laterally brace chords as follows: ( ) Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) Webs Tens.Comp. TC 73 -0.85 9.84 BC 118 0.00 9.84 D-G 172 -750 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Loading watIIM4rffflty Hipjack supports 6-11-8 setback jacks with no webs. • ��'` kS FL4'4 Wind O` e •‘GENS_ en...•/�n Wind loads and reactions based on MWFRS. e• fi •«v • • 4. No. •648 • • * * : )• .11\ ATE OF ;•cc. 14 #0 278- `IONA�.V 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlin shipping,installing,and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)for safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid ceiling Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing9 installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicable. AppTy plates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITV/Building Components Group Inc..shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing any failure to build the R,m,-C„,Nn. truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of,trussesA seal on this drawing or cover pane,, 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of proTessionaf engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability Suite os and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. For more information see this lob's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE:www.alpmeitw.com:TPI: www.tpinst.org:SBCA: www.sbcindustry.com;ICC: www.iccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEAN:885641 /T41 /EJAC Cust:R R9353 JRef: 1 WfV93530007 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 11 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26388 Truss Label: EJ20 JB / DF 11/07/2018 I —' 12 ).1 4 3X4 r..- C `-° fV M B toli _ A ' • ° O , tam � 11 _. E II I3X8(E5) H I - 7 'I 7 Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF)I Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA; PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL):NA B 299 /50 /181 /- /88 /3.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL):NA E 132 /- /72 /- /- /1.5 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.072 C - - D 180 /98 /92 I- /- /1.5 Des Ld: 37.00 EXP:C HORZ(TL): 0.133 C - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS NCBCLL: 10.00 Mean Height:15.00 ft Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 B Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 TCDL:4.2 psf E Min BrgWidth Re Soffit: 2.00 Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.825 q= - BCDL:5.0 psf D Min Brg Width Req= - Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.575 Re Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.236 Bearing B is a rigid surface. Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft P Loc.from endwall:not in 4.50 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Members not listed have forces less than 375# GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 .WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 :Lt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.929' Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 75 -0.60 7.00 BC 75 0.00 7.00 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Wind _,.,,��tttYMarft Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C �" S �. member design. 1� f.LE c)‘,•• •`GEN4 •,0 ir • No. % •648 ••• a ATE OF /art #0 278 (44 • ` /0AIAL t 1 I/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlin shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)ff'safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attach d rigqid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicable. Appy plates to each face.of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine.a division of ITW Building_cComponents Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI 11,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of oroTesslonar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE: www.alpineitw.corn,TPP. www.tpinst org;SBCA www.sbandustry.com.ICC: www.iccsafe.org ' Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEAN:885584 /138 /JACK I Cust:R R9353 JRef: 1 W1V93530007 (BOSCO)3324TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 4 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26294 Truss Label: CJ21 JB / DF 11/07/2018 12 4 •�4 3X4 C v ZO B 0111 N co A I- bi lijill. 1111111 A__ irMi imi E III 3X8(E5) 7"4� 4'1 1"11 f H. rH 4'11"11 Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Cl:NA CAT:NAI PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): NA B 224 /37 /136 /- /64 /3.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL):NA E 94 /- /51 /- /- /1.5 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.023 C - - D 128 /72 /65 1- /- /1.5 EXP:C Des Ld: 37.00 Mean Height:15.00 ft HORZ(TL): 0.042 C - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS NCBCLL:10.00 TCDL:4.2 psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 B Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.394 E Min Brg Width Req= TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.274 D Min Brg Width Req= Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 Bearing B is a rigid surface. Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.106 Loc.from endwall:not in 4.50 ft FT/RT.o(0)/5(2) Members not listed have forces less than 375# GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE i VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 :Lt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.500' Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 71 -0.60 4.97 BC 60 0.00 4.97 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. osommeenteliguipa, Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C � member design. S REIN, j O".•e• •`GENS .,. 0 4e • • K No. : •648 •• .fir • • . 1111/46 ATE OF r'cr (ir #0 278 44, /O NAL 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricatingg,handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fog safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracingg installed per BCSI sections B3,67 or B10, as applicable. Appplates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to, ALPINE drawings 60A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building_Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drpwing,any failure to build the ,,,^,,.0„.,ry truss in conformance with ANSI TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of proTessiona engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite F 305 For more information see this Job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE. www.alpineitw.con%TPI. www.tpnst.org;SBCA: www.sbundustry.com;ICC: www.iccsafe.org Orlando FL.32821 Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEAN:885587 /T39 /JACK Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WN93530007 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 4 FROM:RH DtwNo: 311.18.1003.26325 Truss Label: CJ22 JB / DF 11/07/2018 — --- t 12 4 V D fan 3X4 �I C B . v so q o J b ■ _ j� o_� lai E III 3X8(E5) 7"4 2'1 1"11 2'11"11 Loading Criteria(paf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl L/# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh I RL /W TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL):NA B 150 /25 /93 /- /40 /3.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL):NA E 57 /- /30 /- /- /1.5 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.005 C - - 0 76 /46 /39 /- /- /1.5 Des Ld: 37.00 EXP:C HORZ(TL): 0.008 C - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS Mean Height:15.00 ft B Min BrgWidth Re1.5 NCBCLL: 10.00 Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 q= TCDL:4.2 psf E Min BrgWidth Re Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.227 q= - Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.089 D Min Brg Width Req= Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.032 Bearing B is a rigid surface. Loc.from endwall:Any FT/RT.0(0)/5(2) Members not listed have forces less than 375# GCpi:0.18Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 I WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 :Lt Slider 2x4 SP#3:BLOCK LENGTH= 1.500' Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 45 -0.60 2.97 BC 36 0.00 2.97 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Wind Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C member design. svp /y ........ o.,.• ;cE^�s •..?'o • Iv No. ; •648 ••• • a * . : sir ' ,ljei‘k'410 ROt"... 441 q\ A ii'#02711/07/2018 "WARNING* READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricatinghandlin shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and'SBCA)t r safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottomhord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for ermanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or 610, as applicable. Appllplates to each face,of truss and position as shown above and on the JoinTDetails, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE- Alpine, drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. a division of ITW Building_Components Group Inc..shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the ,H T„COV. IN truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,_ 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of professionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suability use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE. www.alpineitw.corn,TPI- www.tpinst org;SBCA www.sbcindustry.cotrr,ICC: www.iccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 ' Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEON:885590 /T40 /JACK Cust:R R9353 JRef: 1 WN93530007 (BOSCO)3324TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 4 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26200 Truss Label: CJ23 JB / DF 11/07/2018 I 12 4 •B .v I A v b 1/1 `� rk l .. ►� D 1113X8(G 1) 7 3" 1 8"3 i 11-1 Loading Criteria(psi) 'Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 20.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 7.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL):NA B 83 /17 /51 /- /17 /3.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL):NA D 18 /- /11 /- /- /1.5 BCDL: 10.00 Risk Category:II Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.000 C - - C 17 /16 /9 /- /- /1.5 Des Ld: 37.00 EXP.C HORZ(TL): 0.000 C - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS Mean Height:15.00 ft Code/Misc Criteria CreepFactor:2.0 B Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 NCBCLL:10.00 TCDL:4.2 psf Soffit: 2.00 BCDL:5.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.035 - D Min Brg Width Req= Load Duration:1.25 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.022 C Min Brg Width Req= RepFactors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.000 Bearing B is a rigid surface. Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Loc.from endwall:Any FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Members not listed have forces less than 375# GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Bot chord 2x4 SP#2 :Lt Stub Wedge 2x6 SP#2: Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 20 -0.60 0.97 BC 12 0.00 0.97 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Wind Wind loads based on MWFRS with additional C&C •5 t member design. • L f S' ��o% •• ccEN • G • A No. ; •848 •i.‘,•'91ATE OF r z ROI:" , mak,• #0 278 `• /0NM.tl- 11/07/2018 **WARNING* READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT'* FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping.installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fbsafety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted dtherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for[permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing inslalled per BCSI sections B3,67 or B10, as applicable. Applplates to each faceoftrussand position as shown above and on the JoinrDetails, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE' drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin�any failure to build the a ,C ,,,.N, truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing „ .� ing or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of proTessionaf engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE:www.alpineitw.com:TPI: www.tpinst.org;SBCA: www.sbcindustry.com:ICC: wwwiccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 • SEAN:905178/ T1 / SY42 I 1 Ply: Job Number: 575518A Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WfV93530007 FROM:TPF • Qty: 13 • (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26589 t Truss Label: F01 JB / DF 11/07/2018 ] 5'10"8 I 7'10"I� 18'7" + 207" 34'8" ] 5'10"8 2' 10'8"8 2' 14'1" 2 q I I HSNP—i�3 1� [12"14 --1 fl F 1 [— -"]1,3„� 3..1-1 i 1-°"1? '1-12 ;1'3"121 8 8 1�3"12 F1 g" �1 3"12 ) 112X4 - IIID 1X4 1113X4 .3X3 =W=3X4 .3X3[21) 1112X4 w W=3X4 1113X4 =2X4 =3X3 =3X3ii2X4 1112X4w3X3 w3X3112X4 1113X4 1113X4 w3X3Ill2X4=3X3 =3X31u2X4-3X3 =3X3 =2X4 A B C D E F ® H I J K L M N 7? 0 P OR S T U V W X Y I@7 - m \,./\/\y/\,/\- .\/\,/\/\ /\,/\II- 106"8 AT AS AR AQ AP AO AN AM AL AK AJ Al AH AG AF AE AD AC ABM 4X4 =_3X3 =3X3 1112X4 =3X3 =3X4 =3X3(22)193X4 1:13X4 =3X4 =3X3 =3X4 =3X3 =4X4 w3X3 =_3X4 a 12X4 =W=3X4 1112X4 5 w W=3X4 t 13'8"12 1 20'0"4 l? 34'8" Loading Criteria(psi) II Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 I Speed: NA mph ' Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.239 AH 991 360 Loc R+ /R- 1 Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 1 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.410 AH 578 240 AS 1585 I- 1- I- /- I- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.021 AA - - AL 1308 /- /- /- /- /- EXP:NAKzt:NA Des Ld: 55.00 Mean Height:NA ftHORZ(TL): 0.040 AA - - 1 AB 1822 /- /- /- /- /- NCBCLL: 10.00 Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 AS Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 TCDL:NA psf AL BrgWidth=3.5 Min Re 1.5 Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NApsf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.993 q= 1 AB Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.726 Bearings AS,AL,&AB are a rigid surface. Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.510 I Members not listed have forces less than 375# Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber B-C 392 -3 N-O 0 -1460 D-E 164 -686 O-P 0 -1685 Top chord 4x2 SP#2:T2 4x2 SP SS Dense: E-F 163 -691 P-Q 0 -1997 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2:B2 4x2 SP SS Dense: F-G 175 -616 Q-R 0 -1997 Webs 4x2 SP#3 G-H 175 -616 R-S 0 -1997 Plate Shift Table J-K 786 0 S-T 0 -1896 K-L 786 0 T-U 0 -1515 JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord L-M 237 -618 U-V 0 -1515 No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite M-N 3 -1436 V-W 128 786 [21] W3X3 1.25 L 1.25 [22] W3X3 1.75 L 1.25 Purlins Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. to laterally brace chords as follows: AR-AQ 565 -207 AJ-AI 1460 0 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) AQ-AP 691 -163 AI-AH 1481 0 TC 112 0.12 34.54 IMM►N BC 120 0.00 34.67 r AP-A0 692 -163 AH-AG 1947 0 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers • OIS r L�j�� AO-AN 465 -218 AG-AF 1947 0 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. _.••.. roe AN-AM 465 -218 AF-AE 2009 0 �lk�•• `G-'EN G� v. 4,j AM-AL 0 -428 AE-AD 1772 0 Loading : AK-AJ 1169 -82 AD-AC 1205 -22 This truss spaced @ 16.0"oc supports additionalj. concentrated loads.At left end:9.00'stud wall(13.75 • Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) PSF)supporting 34-8-0 roof spans W/0-9-0 . NO• 646 i overhang.At right end:9.00'stud wall(13.75 PSF) • Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. supporting 34-8-0 roof spans with 0-9-0 overhang. * • * AT-A 3 -794 M-AJ 1072 0 Roof load:20.00 psf LL and 17.00 psf DL. •; Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 I SEQN:885448 /T10 /SY42 Cust:R R9353 JRef: 1 WfV93530007 (BOSCO)3324TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 1 I FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26310 Truss Label: F02 JB / DF 11/07/2018 H12 L.I- 1134 -. . 20'0"12 _- I 30'8'12 10'9"128" 1114 18'9"8 108" I 2'6»4"I 1-°"-11-2-II• 106"8 IF—3'8"8--f--4'2•--II- to's's I11-1Y4174 I-+4" (TYr) 3X4 3t=3X3 a 3X3 3X4 =3X3 aWV=3X4 m3X3=3X3 3X4 A B C K L 0 S 17 > I W AB AC AID � II1B. � ' jJ . . . L/I./I/H BH BG BF BB AW AU AR AQ Al AH AG AF =3X3=3X3=3X3 =W=3X4 •3X3 a3X3 =3X3=3X3=3X3 5 g =W=3X4 1't 342"8 j I 34'8" -- I Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria '♦Maximum Reactions(lbs),or'=PLF TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.019 AF 287 360 BI.139 /- /- /- /- /405 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.040 AF 184 240 BF /146 BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.006 AG - - Al /149 EXP:NA Des Ld: 55.00Mean Height:NA ft — HORZ(TL): 0.009 AG - - BI Min Brg Width Req= - NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:NA psf Code I Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 Bearing BI is a rigid surface. Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.440 Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.172 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.284 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): A-B 705 0 AB-AC 428 0 Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver.17.02.02.1208.15 B-C 430 0 AC-AD 705 0 Lumber Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Top chord 4x2 SP SS Dense:T2 4x2 SP#2: Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Bot chord 4x2 SP#2 pComp. Webs 4x2 SP#3 BH-BG 0 -657 Al-AH 0 -405 Bracing BG-BF 0 -407 AH-AG 0 -656 Sheathing is required for any longitudinal(drag) forces.All connections to be designed by the building Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) designer. Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Special Loads A-BH 0 -1184 AG-AD 0 -1183 (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.00/Plate Dur.Fac.=1.00) Maximum Gable Forces Per Plylbs TC:From 67 plf at 0.12 to 67 plf at 34.54 ( ) BC:From 7 plf at 0.00 to 7 plf at 34.67 41/044 Gables Tens.Comp. Gables Tens. Comp. TC:1084 lb Conc.Load at 0.25,34.42 S FL, BH-B 0 -598 AC-AG 0 -601 Plating Notes .,...•.c�•�� All plates are 2X4 except as noted. �%•.• •• •`GEN •.•••• w Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins • to laterally brace chords as follows: I No. % •I4$ Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) • • TC 120 0.12 34.54 * ft BC 120 0.00 34.67 I. • Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers - ATE OF j Ct' at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. ` r, • `I t Additional Notes �r•�COR,QA••.Sv •• ) See detail STRBRIBR1014 for bracing and bridging '+n.•.• c recommendations. J©IVA1. Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. #0 278 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT** FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating.handling,shipping,installing,and bracing..Refer to and follow the latest edition of SCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fosafety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI..Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracingq installed per BCI sections B3,B7 or B10, /1111 as applicable. Appy plates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Defer to ALPINE rawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building_components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin an failure to build the MI mvcnu>arn truss in conformance with ANSIITPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of,trussesA seal on this drewirfg or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of roTesstonar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this awing for any structure is thepresponsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 SSc.2. Suite 305 For more Information see Ins job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE: www alpineew.corn TPI www.tpinst org,SBCA: www.sbondustry.com.ICC: www iccsafe org Orlando FL,32821 SEAN:905181/ T5 / SY42 Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518A Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WfV93530007 PROM:RH . Qty: 3 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26528 Page 1 of 2 .Truss Label: F03 JB / DF 11/07/2018 17,8 6.10"8 8'10' 197" 21'7' 358" 1'7"6 s.3.. I 2' 10.8..6 12 141" I �2F- --I 1F3,.12 r-3.•„ I3„" I- -1 1'- -1 Tf �3..,' [-(TYP) �0•. l'3"1. �� �„l �8' -1 1--�3,.,, r- 1 T 2.6„ F' '1 -I .-W=3X4 1112X4 1113X3 =3X3 =3X3 =3X3 =3X3 ..3X3(21] 1112X4 =-3X3 =3X3 =3X3 3X3 1113X4 2X4=4X6=3X3 1112X4 1112X4 .W=3X4 1112X4 1113X4 1113X4 1112X4 1112X4 =3X3 =2X4 A B C D E FGHI JK L M N 0 P Q R S T U V W X Y MB V^ r • T2 \/\/\./\/\ .\,/\~/\./\./\./\! 10'6"e AT AS AR AQ AP AO AN AM AL AK AJ Al AH AG AF AE AD AC AB M -.4X6=3X4 .3X3 =3X3 In2X4 =3X3 =3X4 1113X4 1113X4 =3X4 =3X3 =3X4 =3X3 =4X4 =3X4 .3X3[22) 1112X4 .W=3X4 1112X4 W=3X4 1'5•'8 5 g I- 1 13'8"12 A 20'0"4 j 1 - 35'8" Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc L/deft L/# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.241 AH 984 360 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.413 AH 575 240 AS 1746 I- /- I- I- I- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.026 W - - AL 1285 I- I- I- 1- I- Des Ld: 55.00 EXP.NAKzt:NA HORZ(TL): 0.044 W - - AB 1836 I- I- 1- 1- /- Mean Height:NA ft NCBCLL:10.00 TCDL:NA psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 AS Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 AL BrgWidth=3.5 Min Re 1.5 Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.999 q= Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.730 AB Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.596 Bearings AS,AL,&AB are a rigid surface. Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT.0(0)/S(2) Members not listed have forces less than 375# Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber B-C 1121 0 M-N 130 -1356 C-D 886 -227 N-O 123 -1381 Top chord 4x2 SP#2:T2 4x2 SP SS Dense: D-E 638 -427 0-P 45 -1612 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2:B2 4x2 SP SS Dense: E-F 635 -434 P-0 0 -1940 Webs 4x2 SP#3 F-G 553 -411 Q-R 0 -1940 Plate Shift Table G-H 553 -411 R-S 0 -1940 H-I 566 -59 S-T 0 -1852 JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord I-J 566 -59 T-U 0 -1484 No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite J-K 966 0 U-V 0 -1484 [21] W3X3 1.25 L 1.25 [22] W3X3 1.25 R 1.25 K-L 966 0 V-W 159 -769 Purlins L-M 387 -524 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. TC 114 0.12 35.54 BC 120 0.00 35.67 „ /sirlr AT-AS 0 -1024 AK-AJ 1084 -218 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers ' �*PS FLF AS-AR 117 -997 AJ-Al 1381 -123 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. ,a.......t�•�/ AR-AQ 293 -766 Al-AH 1402 -116 • N.Q •. /� f AQ-AP 434 -635 AH-AG 1883 0 Loading •s �GE'*s .. CrAP-AO 435 -632 AG-AF 1883 0 This truss spaced @ 16.0"oc supports additional • • AO-AN 284 -549 AF-AE 1958 0 concentrated loads.At left end:9.00'stud wall(13.75 ; AN-AM 284 -549 AE-AD 1734 0 PSF)supporting 35-9-0 roof spans W/0-9-0 • Q, r •' $ AM-AL 0 -660 AD-AC 1181 -63 overhang.At right end:9.00'stud wall(13.75 PSF) : SEQN:905181 /T5 / SY42 Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518A Gust:RR9353 JRef: 1WfV93530007 FROM:RH • Qty: 3 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26528 Page 2 of 2 Truss Label: F03 JB / DF 11/07/2018 H-AM 5 -414 AD-V 479 0 AM-J 417 0 V-AC 0 -667 J-AL 0 -588 AC-W 670 0 AL-L 0 -905 W-AB 0 -836 L-AK 747 0 AB-Y 18 -1087 1MWf1 E ........,078/744;\A • O ♦♦♦ `CENS ♦♦ • No. r .648 If * • • • 11.% ATE OF jct. °A11.4.04:4,4ORVO, ��►�s' t0 278 °Na t" 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT** FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlingshippin installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicable. AppTplates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW BuildingComponents Group Inc.,shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing oftrussesA seal on this drawing or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of proTessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility-of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE:www.alpineitw.corm TPI: www.tpmst.org.SBCA: wwwsbcindustry.corn:ICC: www.iccsare.org Orlando FL.32821 ' SEQN:641684 T26 SY42 Ply: 1 Job Number: 575518A Cust:R9353 JRef: 1W4V93530007 FROM:RH ' Qty: 4 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.1030.59523 Truss Label: F05 JB 1 DF 11107/2018 1'7"8I 6'10"8 I 8'10"8 I 19'7" I 217" I 25'8"8 17"81 5'3" 2' 10'8"8 2' 4'1"8 ) 15"4 I 13"� 13"� 1�3"12 1'3"12 it9"li 11"12 1113X3 m W=3X4 ''3X3 =2X4 =4X6 =3X3 =3X3 1112X4 =3X31112X4 3X3 =3X3 1112X4 =3X3 1112X4 =3X3 =3X3 1112X4 A B C D E �F G H I J K � `L M N 0 P Q e S7/ /`/` .....\./ e , •` /` /\./ `„/ �\/` • --4-10.6"8 AE D AC AB AA Z Y X V U T S R =4X6 =3X4 =3X3 =3X3 1112X4=3X4 =3X3 =3X4 =3X3 =3X3 1112X4 =3X3 =3X4 W=3X4 1'S"8 I A 13'8"12 j 10'6"4 j I -- 25'8"8 I Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl L/# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.067 F 999 360 LOG R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BOLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.106 F 999 240 AD 1790 /- /- /- /- /- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.021 B - - W 930 /- /- I- /- /- Des Ld: 55.00 EXP:NAKzt:NA HORZ(TL): 0.036 B - - R 350 I- l- l- I- /- Mean Height:NA ft Code/Misc Criteria CreepFactor:2.0 AD Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 NCBCLL:10.00 TCDL:NA psf W Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 1.5 Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.654 Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.519 R Brg Width=- Min Req=- Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.601 Bearings AD&W are a rigid surface. Loc.from endwall:NA FTIRT:0(0)/5(2) Members not listed have forces less than 375# Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): - - Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver.17.02.026.0123.11 - Lumber -" B-C 1131 0 G-H 391 -520 C-D 848 -247 J-K 666 0 Top chord 4x2 SP#2 D-E 525 -504 K-L 666 0 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2 Webs 4x2 SP#3 E-F 520 -511 M-N 71 -467 F-G 391 -520 N-0 66 -471 Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) to laterally brace chords as follows: Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) AE-AD 0 -1033 Z-Y 412 -361 TC 120 0.12 25.71 AD-AC 128 -981 V-U 423 -130 BC 120 0.00 25.46 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers AC-AB 326 -697 U-T 471 66 at 24”OC unless shown otherwise above. AB-AA 511 -520 T-S 472 -64 M-Z 514 -517 Hangers/Ties (J)Hanger Support Required,by others h1 tU Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) :MPS FL11,f Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Additional Notes •••..• Refer to General Notes for additional information �` .• \DEN'S s••f4G,' AE-A 0 -901 D-AB 475 0 • • V- AE-B 1579 0 Y-J 381 -12 See detail STRBRIBR1014 for bracing and bridging •' k• B-AD 0 -1241 J-W 0 564 recommendations. AD-C 0 -666 W-L 0 -550 This truss spaced @ 16.0"oc supports additional No. •6 a w p 4$ • concentrated load at left end from 9.00'stud wall • • C-AC 485 0 V-M 0 -403 * • a AC-D 0 -525 P-R 0 396 (13.75 PSF)supporting 35-8-0 roof spans with 1-0-0 • * overhang.Roof load:20.00 psf LL and 17.00 psf DL. • • Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. �� 1'ATE OF x' P. #0 278 ` 1�NM- 11/07/2018 **WARNING"* READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT** FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI anSBCA)fsafety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted o"therwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottomhord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling Locations shown for ermanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicable. Apply plates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Buildin Components Group Inc..shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing any failure to build the m,.,,,,,,,,, truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of orooessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TP!1 Sec.2. Suite 305 Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE: www.alpineitw.corn,TPI •www.tpinst.org;SBCA: www.sbundustry.com:ICC: www iccsafe.org ' SEQN:905167/ T16 / SY42 Ply: 1 Job Number. 575518A Cust:R R9353 JRef: 1W1V93530007 FROM:RH * Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL Cm' DnvNo: 311.18.1003.26497 Truss Label: F06 JB / DF 11/07/2018 1'7"8 610"88'10"8 19'7" 21'7" 25'8"8 I 1,7.,61 5.3.. I 2' I 10,6"8 I 2' { 4'1"8 -I 1'5"4 13"12 I--„� 174 1'3-12�3,.� g q g ' I-- --I I--2'6" 10" 1 I- -I h"1 I I (TYP) 1113X3 =W=3X4 -'3X3 =2X4 =4X6 =3X3 =3X3 III2X4 =3X31112X4 =3X3 =3X3 1112X4 =3X3 1112X4 =3X3 m3X3 1112X4 A B C D E F G H 1 J K L M N O P Q W. ,y.., /I\ /` -`"/` / ` / ` / j l �, 10'6"8 AE D AC AB AA Z Y X V U T S R =4X6 =3X4 =3X3 =3X3 II2X4=3X4 3X3 =3X4 =3X3 =3X3 112X4 =3X3 =3X4 W=3X4 1'5"8 1 -13'8"12---- ---- -k 10'6"4 -� I 25'8"8 --- --- I Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) DefIICSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.063 F 999 360 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.109 F 999 240 AD 2012 I- /- /- /- /- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.021 B - - W 924 /- /- /- /- /- Des Ld: 55.00 EXP:NA Kzt:NA HORZ(TL): 0.039 B - - R 348 /- I- I- I- !- Mean Height:NA ft NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:NA psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 AD Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.708 W Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 1.5 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.605 R Brg Width=- Min Req=- Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA Bearings AD&W are a rigid surface. Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Fac:Varies by Ld Case Max Web CSI: 0.637 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): - 1 Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber ' B-C 1209 0 H-I 379 -161 Special loads C-D 921 -247 I-J 379 -161 Top chord 4x2 SP#2 (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.00/Plate Dur.Fac.=1.00) D-E 579 -447 J-K 680 0 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2 TC:From 67 plf at 0.12 to 67 plf at 25.71 E-F 574 -454 K-L 680 0 Webs 4x2 SP#3 TC:From 125 plf at 0.12 to 125 plf at 1.92 F-G 431 -477 M-N 78 -459 BC:From 7 plf at 0.00 to 7 plf at 25.71 G-H 431 -477 N-O 73 464 Special Loads TC: 587 lb Conc.Load at 0.12 (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.25/Plate Dur.Fac.=1.25) TC:From 67 plf at 0.12 to 67 plf at 25.71 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) TC:From 125 plf at 0.12 to 125 plf at 1.92 Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. BC:From 7 plf at 0.00 to 7 plf at 25.71 AE-AD 0-1093 Z-Y 375 -395 TC:1084 lb Conc.Load at 0.12 AD-AC 128 -1061 V-U 415 -139 Purlins AC-AB 326 -762 U-T 464 -73 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins AB-AA 454 -574 T-S 465 -70 to laterally brace chords as follows: 11111111140.4AA-Z 457 -570 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) t �S F) TC 120 0.12 25.71 ��+ ":.•.a"�/� Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) BC 120 0.00 25.46 ••'•c AI 0•. �/� 4 Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers O ••' BGG'YS�L.'•, �1 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. .s ` : AE-A 0 -954 D-AB 493 0 AE-B 1671 0 J-W 0 -553 Hangers/Ties pp • B-AD 0 -1463 W-L 0 -553 (J)Hanger Support Required,by others ; No. !If7 : AD-C 0 -664 V-M 0 -407 • i * C-AC 495 0 P-R 0 -394 Additional Notes * • AC-D 0 -539 • • Refer to General Notes for additional information - ATE OF s See detail S tions R1014 for bracing and bridging �•���Q�,0�•f• LCt (� recommendations. A `/ Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. `' e•'•.•e•••e�•••c) #0 278 '► /ONIAt•V 1 1/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shippin installing.and bracing..Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA) Mr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached mid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracingq installed per BCSI sections 03,B7 or B10, as applicable. Applplates to each face.of truss and position as shown above and on the JoinfDetails, unless noted otherwise. Refer to .ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Buildin omponents Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSI 11,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this dr wing or cover page._ 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of pro essiona, engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 S'8c.2. For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE: www alpinenw corn.TPI: www.tpinst.org:SBCA: www.sbondustry.com:ICC:vnvw.rccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 ' SEQN:905170/ T9 / SY42 Ply: 1 I Job Number: 575518A Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WN93530007 FROM:RH • Qty: 1 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26558 i Truss Label: F07 JB / DF 11/07/2018 • 510"8 710"8 18'7" 20'7" 24'8"8 5'10"8 2' I 10'8"8 2' I 4'1"8 I3"� I3"1� 13„1--I 54 f 81 2'6”--I� 1'0"12 "� I--3"1� g f1 I (TYP) 1112X4 1113X4 W=3X4 =3X3 2X4 —3X3 =3X3 1112X4 a 3X3 1112X4 =3X3 =3X3 IIl2X4 =3X3 112X4 3X3 =3X3 1112X4 A B C D E F _ G H I J K L M N 0 P 0 Li —' Nn ..."--,\. is , / \ , \ 'W \ falriren\V% 11! _ ,4„, (ID10'6'8 AE ' "AD AC AB AA Z Y X •' V U T S R =4X4 3X3 3X3 1112X4=3X4 =3X3 -3X4 =3X3 =3X3 112X4 =3X3 =3X4 --3X3 =W=3X4 h 131r12 * 10'6"4 1 f- 24'8"8 Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc L/defl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.054 F 999 360 LOG R+ /R- /Rh I Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.095 F 999 240 AD 1640 /- /- I- l- I- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.009 P - - W 955 I- I- I- I- I- EXP:NAKzt:NA HORZ(TL): 0.015 P - - R 361 I- I- I- I- I- Des Ld: 55.00 Mean Height:NA ft ( ) NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:NA psf Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 AD Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.551 W Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 1.5 Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.460 R Brg Width=- Min Req=- Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Fac:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.398 Bearings AD&W are a rigid surface. 0 15 2 Members not listed have forces less than 375# FTlRT:O Loc.from endwall:NA ( ) ( ) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber B-C 401 -3 J-K 547 0 D-E 79 -750 K-L 547 0 Top chord 4x2 SP#2 E-F 77 -755 M-N 14 -499 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2 F-G 52 -707 N-O 11 -503 Webs 4x2 SP#3 G-H 52 -707 0-P 0 -390 Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) to laterally brace chords as follows: Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) AC-AB 603 -157 V-U 464 -60 TC 120 0.12 24.71 AB-AA 755 -77 U-T 503 -11 BC 120 0.00 24.46 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers AA-Z 756 -76 T-S 503 -9 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Z-Y 570 -74 Hangers/Ties _..wtMIWY11#fi, Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) (J)Hanger Support Required,by others ' s S FI t-A Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Additional Notes ,• .■•••••.0.,r'/�I AE-A 3 -814 H-Y 0 -411 Refer to General Notes for additional information <)%•••* �\GENv ,••• AE-B 1046 -11 Y-J 425 0 • •• B-AD 0 -1142 J-W 0 -608 See detail STRBRIBR1014 for bracing and bridging AD-C 0 -549 W-L 0 -527 recommendations. : C-AC 400 0 P-R 0 -407 This truss spaced @ 16.0"oc supports additional No. r ' 8 • AC-D 0 -426 concentrated load at left end from 9.00'stud wall • • (13.75 PSF)supporting 35-9-0 roof spans with 0-9-0 overhang.Roof load:20.00 psf LL and 17.00 psf DL. •; • Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEON:900757 /T15 /SY42 Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WlV93530007 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 18 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26466 Truss Label: F08 JB / DF 11/07/2018 9'10"4 I 11'10"4I 21'8"8 9'10"4 2' 9'10"4 I_2,6,E—H 3' (TYP) I 1 i--2'6"12--}—2'6"12--f-- 1'10"4 H H 1'1174-+—2'6"12 -I- 76"12 ,1 1113X4[1][1] w W=3X4 1113X4(25][25] =1X4 w 3X3 =3X4 w 3X3 =3X3 =3X3 m 3X3 w 3X4 .. .3X3 2X4 A_ B C D E F G H I J K \/ \.4 \.I ! \I ♦ /-..\ /.\ •/ill I 2 4 1AA Z Y X W V U T S R Q P 0 N 1112X4 1113X4(3](3] =3X3 1112X4 =3X3 lII2X4 1112X4 =3X3 1112X4 =3X3 III3X4[24][24] =W=3X4 =3X3 =3X3 11I2X4 r 21'8"8 j Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.231 S 999 360 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.317 S 802 240 AA 788 /- /- I- /- /- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.039 B - - M 787 /- /- I- I- I- EXP:NAKzt NA HORZ L: 0.054 B - - AA BrgWidth=5.3 Min Re 1.5 Des Ld: 55.00 (T ) q= Mean Height:NA ft NCBCLL: 10.00Creep Code/Misc Criteria Factor:2.0 M Brg Width=2.8 Min Req= 1.5 TCDL:NA psf Bearings AA&M are a rigid surface. Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.992 9 9 Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.545 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Spacing:16.0" C&C Dista:NA ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.432 Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2)I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): - A-B 0 -571 F-G 0 -2658 Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 B-C 0 -1547 G-H 0 -2603 'C-D 0 -2233 H-I 0 -2237 Lumber 0-E 0 -2233 I-J 0 -1554 Top chord 4x2 SP#2 E-F 0 -2602 J-K 0 -579 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2:82 4x2 SP SS Dense: Webs 4x2 SP#3 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Plate Shift Table Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord Z-Y 1135 0 T-S 2658 0 No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite Y-X 1963 0 S-R 2657 0 [1] W3X4 1.25 I. 1.25 [3] W3X4 1.75 L 1.25 X-W 1963 0 R-Q 2480 0 [24] W3X4 1.75 R 1.25 [25] W3X4 1.25 R 1.25 W-V 1963 0 Q-P 1969 0 Purlins V-U 2477 0 P-O 1969 0 U-T 2657 0 0-N 1143 0 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: pNlyx Maximum Web Forces Per Plylbs Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) t two* (lbs) TC 93 0.25 21.468 s. p C,` FL� Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. BC 120 0.e5 21.11e ,••• ••„• �� A-AA 0 -739 G-R 140 -389 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers ..••' �e, at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. ' •+ GEN , •••"Cey A-Z 907 0 H-Q 0 -385 Q••� , V� +•••_''' Z-B 0 -897 Q-I 414 0 Additional Notes B-Y 654 0 I-O 0 -639 See detail STRBRIBR1014 for bracing and bridging No. ; e 64$ •� Y-C 0 -642 O-J 653 0 recommendations. • No. ; Vii • C-V 416 0 J-N 0 -895 • i V-E 0 -387 N-K 903 0 Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. * * U-F 137 -392 K-M 0 -736 Is\ ATE OF r'cc • ,,O 4r C1/2.'+..i. ii,,, ,,. <4., #0 2�sYO�IIAt.-e4' 1 1/07/2 018 **WARNING** READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlin shipping installing and bracing..Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fo'r safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI..Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid ceiling Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCI sections 63,B7 or B10, as applicable. Apply plates to each face of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. (Refer to ALPINE- Alpine, drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. a division of ITW B ildlna Components Group Inc.,shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the „VT„r,o,,,,M truss in conformance with ANSI/PI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of.trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page.. 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of prooessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE: www.alpineitw.corn.TPI: www.tpinst.org.SBCA: www.sbundustry.corn:ICC. www.iccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 ' Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEAN:900767 1 T3 I SY42 Cust:R R9353 JRef: 1 WN93530007 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 4 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26450 Truss Label: FO8A 1 J8 / DF 11/07/2018 r - 9'10"4 11'10"4 21'8"8 - 9'10,4 2, 9,10„4 I 1--2'6"-'I 22 I 1 3. (TYP) III H 19"H H- 1'10"4--H-2'6"12-+-2'6"12-I 1113X4[27][27] 1114X6 1114X10 =7X6-3X3 =3X3 3X3 =3X4 =3X3 2X4 =2X4 1114X6 1113X4f6][6] E F G H I J K L - Ti lem..7,0 \A B CC s , - T \/ \ / \ / \ /i. / \ /i- 3,8 io i+7 Yr G NrIIN-/IW . _ SAA Z Y X W V U T S R Q P 0 N" 1112X4 m-4X4[3] =3X3[5] =3X3 =3X3 ]12X4 1112X4 =3X3 1112X4 =3X3 1113X4[26][26] W=H0310 =3X3 1112X4 1 21'8"8 1 Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg.Pf in PSF)I Defl/CSI Criteria 1 A Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# I Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA • VERT(LL): 0.295 H 862 360 I Loc R+ /R_ /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.406 H 626 240 j AA 788 /- /- /- I- /- Category: -NA BCDL: 5.00 Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.042 NN 787 /- I- I- I- l- EXP:NAKzt:NA Des Ld 55.00 HORZ(TL): 0.058 N AA Brg Width=4.8 Min Req= 1.5 Mean Height:NA ft Code/Misc Criteria CreepFactor:2.0 N Brg Width=2.8 Min Req= 1.5 NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:NA psf Soffit: 0.00 Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.998 Bearings AA&N are a rigid surface. BCDL:NA psf Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.985 Members not listed have forces less than 375#Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.499 Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): A-B 0 -777 G-H 0 -2622 Wind Duration:NA WAVE,HS VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 B-C 0 -2156 H-I 0 -2605 Lumber C-E 0-2909 I-J 0 -2237 E-F 0 -2351 J-K 0 -1554 Top chord 4x2 SP#2:T3 4x2 SP M-31: E-F 0 -540 K-L 0 -579 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2:B2 4x2 SP SS Dense: F-G 0-2834 Webs 4x2 SP#3 Plate Shift Table Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite Z-X 1573 0 T-S 2628 0 [3] W4X4 2.25 L 1.25 [5] W3X3 1.75 L 1.25 [6] W3X4 1.75 L 2.75 [26] W3X4 1.75 R 1.25 Y-X 2722 0 S-R 2479 0 [27] W3X4 1.25 R 1.25 X-W 3201 0 R-0 1968 0 W-V 3201 0 Q-P 1968 0 Purlins V-U 2617 0 P-0 1142 0 .• In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins U-T 2622 0 to laterally brace chords as follows: owns 1111M Nuov Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) `�. A Q F Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) TC 105 0.25 9.00 (v..\v A.. Webs Tens.Comp_ Webs Tens. Comp_ TC 80 9.00 21.46 , ........�,,,,,,i7/A.. BC 120 0.25 21.48 .•+ ,G`ENs .•.•'(/ c, A-AA 0 -772 IR-_RJ 0 -384 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers Q • 1 •• A-Z 1048 0 R-J 415 0 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. w Z-B 0 -1066 J-P 0 -638 lYO L7'f� i B-Y 778 0 P-K 654 0 Additional Notes , !�f ' a 8 • Y-C 0 -755 K-O 0 -895 See detail STRBRIBR1014 for bracing and bridging : i * X-E 0 -390 0-L 903 0 • recommendations. * : E-V 0 -500 L-N 0 -736 Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. • \ ATE OF l e. v_G 467 -36 i. #0 278 ' /0NAL V 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing,and bracing.,Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)flsafety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCS/.Unless noted otherwise.top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rod ceiling Locations shown for'permanent lateral restraint of webs shall havebraacingq installed per BCS/sections 53,B7 or B10, as applicable. AppTy plates to each face,of truss and position as shown above and on te Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building Componnts Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing any failure to build the truss in conformance with ANSIITPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of.trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,, 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of pro-fessionar engineering responsibility solely for the desi n shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE:www.alpineitw.com:TPI: www.tpinst.org;SBCA: w'w.sbcindustry.com;ICC: www.iccsafe.org • Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEQN:885432 /T43 /SY42 Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WN93530007 (BOSCO)3374TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 1 I FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26278 Truss Label: F09 1 JB / DF 11/0712018 178 2'7"8 5'5"8 , 6'5"8 7'9"4 17 8 I 1' I 2'10" V I 13.12 I--13"12 H f31 I—1'4"_-I--1,4"8 H I—V H a 3X3 =2X4 1112X13 4 III X4 a3X4 1112X4 1112X4 a3X4 . .:T8 I �� 12X4N =3X3 a3X3 1112X4K a3X3 a3X3 1112HX4 111 4,0"4 1 3'9" 7'9"4 I Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl!CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl L/# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.018 E 999 360 N 374 /- /- /- 1_ /3.2 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.031 E 999 240 K 1143 /- I- I- I- /3.5 Category:NA BCDL: 5.00 Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.003 B - - H 529 /- I- /- /- /- EXP:NA — HORZ(TL): 0.004 B - - N Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 Des Ld: 55.00 Mean Hei ht:NA ft NCBCLL: 10.00 g Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 K Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 TCDL:NA psf H Min Brg Width Req= - Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES, Max TC CSI: 0.438 Bearings N&K are a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.271 Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.276 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)15(2) Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): Webs Tens.Comp_ Webs Tens. Comp Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver 17.02.02.1208.15 'A-M 443 0 F-I 0 -481 Lumber D-K 0 -1051 I-G 579 0 Top chord 4x2 SP#2 D-J 403 0 G-H 0 -518 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2 Webs 4x2 SP#3 Special Loads (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.00/Plate Dur.Fac.=1.00) TC:From 33 plf at 0.13 to 33 plf at 7.77 BC:From 7 plf at 0.00 to 7 plf at 1.71 BC:From 3 plf at 1.71 to 3 plf at 7.77 TC: 350 lb Conc.Load at 1.71,3.04.4.37 TC: 348 lb Conc.Load at 5.71 TC: 361 lb Conc.Load at 6.58 Purlins 0001fMM1s1K In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins �, /�[` C � to laterally brace chords as follows: j'��7 f Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) ...••"•ae TC 90 0.25 7.77 ••♦ `GE�S,�••:Vj� BC 87 0.25 7.52 ♦• r� ♦•V Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers p at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. No. ; •648 • • Hangers I Ties a (J)Hanger Support Required,by others * . : °:) Additional Notes oCIA ' ATE OF s�Cc Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. • ••N••••• #0 278 ` t�0111tA1't 11/07/201 8 **WARNING** READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fr safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI.,Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing ms-talled per BCSI sections 53,B7 or BB10, as applicable. Apply plates to each face,of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE' drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building_Components Group Inc..shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin .an u+rrw failure to build the ,w own truss in conformance with ANSI)TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drrwing or cover page6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of proTessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Orlando FL,32821 For more information see the job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE: www.atpmw. eacomwww.TPI. 1pest.org.SBCA: www.sbcindustry.corn.ICC. www.iccsafe.org Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEAN:885395 /T14 /SY42 Gust:R R9353 JRef: 1 WfV93530007 (BOSCO)3324TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 1 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26232 Truss Label: F10 JB I DF 11/07/2018 17"123'6"4 I 17121'10"8 I—1'3"4— I----1'6"r1-3 112X4 •4X8 III2X4 = A _ B�• •=7.1C T 1, —,—__ III koil I IIW. ••._. \II ---- 4X6 F==� 113X3 E •4X6 I.1'5'8—i--2'0'12—.I I— 3'6'4 —I Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Deft/CSI Criteria ' ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs),or*=PLF TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc L/deff U# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.054 A 337 360 F 2323 /- /- /- /- /6.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.163 A 171 240 E* 5 /670 I- I- l- /18.7 ' Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.023 C - - F Min BrgWidth Req1.5 BCDL: 5.00 ( ) EXP:NA HORZ(TL): 0.046 C - - E Min Brg Width Req= - Des Ld: 55.00 Mean Height:NA ft NCBCLL: 10.00 Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 Bearings F&F are a rigid surface. TCDL:NA psf BldgCode: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.318 Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Members not listed have forces less than 375# Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI. 0.202 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.601 Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Loc.from endwall:NA FTIRT:0(0)/S(2) I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): G-F 0 -1062 F-E 0 -1062 Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver.17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Top chord 4x2 SP#2 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2 G-A 0 -886 B-F 0 -2256 Webs 4x2 SP#3 G-B 1577 0 B-E 1463 0 Plating Notes All plates are 2X4(R)except as noted. Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 38 0.13 3.27 BC 39 0.00 3.27 1111461 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers 00.01 ,0404 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. ,' (.41,6 FLEAN No ••........� Additional Notes • G.A,y•.•....{, This truss spaced @ 16.0"oc supports additional p•./ J �'•• V concentrated load at left end from 9.00'stud wall � (13.75 PSF)supporting 35-9-0 roof spans with 0-9-0 • overhang.Roof load:20.00 psf LL and 17.00 psf DL. No. : .648 . Negative reaction(s)of-1047#MAX.from a non-wind • load case requires uplift connection.See Maximum * • : 1) Reactions. • • T •• Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. 'i(t A 1 E OF •:C as. o278� 1ONALt" 11/07/2018 **WARNING** READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT** FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlin shipping installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)for safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached raid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, /116 as applicaSle. Applates to each faceof truss and position as shown above and on the Join Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE- Alpine, I drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. a division of ITW B ildina Components Group Inc.:shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the u,mrctau>un truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of,trussesA seal on this dr wt g or cover page.. 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing,indicates acceptance of oroTessionaf engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this dawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE. ww .alpineitw.com.TPIw. www.tpinst org.SBCA. wwsbcindustry.com;ICC. www.iccsafe ore w ' Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEQN:885417 /17 / SY42 Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1W1V93530007 (BOSCO)3324TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 1 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26341 Truss Label: F11 JB / DF 11/07/2018 1712 3'6"4 )' 1'7"12 I 1'10"8 }-- 1'4" ---{---1'8"4--I 1113X3 A 4 =4XB =4X6 C T _---- tt!�4lIII muu NH III -�:- olu F ► D =4X6 1114X4 E 3X6 15"8—�-2012---i I 3'6"4 H Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria —1 ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc L/defl L/# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W ' TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.052 A 360 360: E 2415 I- I- I- I- /6.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.159 A 182 240 D 6 /1136 /- /- I- /- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.025 B - - E Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 EXP:NA HORZ(TL): 0.049 B - - D Min BrgWidth Des Ld: 55.00 Mean Height:NA ft � ) Req NCBCLL: 10.00 Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 Bearing E is a rigid surface. TCDL:NA psf Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.545 Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.190 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.590 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): B-C 1117 0 Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Top chord 4x2 SP#2 Chords Tens.Comp. Bot chord 4x2 SP#2 F-E 0 -1020 Webs 4x2 SP#3 Purlins Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: F-A 0 -886 E-C 0 -1568 Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(fl) End(ft) F-B 1548 0 C-D 1117 0 TC 41 0.13 3.52 B-E 0 -1256 BC 39 0.00 3.27 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Hangers/Ties toseptdilMinifiziew (J)Hanger Support Required,by others C I s' F�r Additional Notes h ��7.1J'����f����C'�� This truss spaced @ 16.0"oc supports additional Vee' ‘G�'`t.o . % concentrated load at left end from 9.00'stud wall • • (13.75 PSF)supporting 35-9-0 roof spans with 0-9-0 • overhang.Roof load:20.00 psf LL and 17.00 psf DL. No. 648 Negative reaction(s)of-1136#MAX.from a non-wind ,1 • s load case requires uplift connection.See Maximum 1f IfIrl • Reactions. • Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. 'k,. ATE OF #0 278 * f ONAI. 11/07/2018 '*WARNING** READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! **IMPORTANT** FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling shippinginstalling.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fel safety ractices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathingq and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling Locations shown for ermanent lateral restraint of webs shall have braacingg installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicable. Apply plates to each faceof truss and position as shown above and on the JoinfDetails, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building_ omponents Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the ,,,,mV,C„w„ truss in conformance with ANSI! 11,or for handling shipping,installation and bracing of.trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,, 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of orooessionar engineering responsibility solely for the desi n shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this diawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. For more information see this lob's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE:www.alpineitw.com:TPI: www.tpmst.org:SBCA: www.sbcindustry.com.ICC: wwwiccsafe org Orlando FL.32821 • ' Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEQN:885414 /T4 / SY42 Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1 WN93530007 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 1 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26434 Truss Label: F12JB / DF 11/07/2018 1'7"123'6"4 1'7"12 I 1'10"8 I--V4"--j—1'8"4--I -E Al3X3 —2X4 =4X6 =4X6 C T k it oSuiI 1 —uzim. .irAniam RIN II.F + D 4X6 1114X4 E =3X6 I—1'5"8 J 2012—j 3,6.,4 I Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RI /W TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.049 A 390 360 E 2742 I- I- 1- I- /6.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.181 A 168 240 D 6 /1234 /- I- I- I- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.023 B - - E Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 EXP:NA HORZ(TL): 0.053 B D Min Brg Width Req= - Des Ld 55.00 Mean Hei ht:NA ft NCBCLL:10.00 g Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 Bearing E is a rigid surface. TCDL:NA psf BldgCode: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.746 Soffit:Duration:0.0MWF NA psf Members not listed have forces less than 375# Load 1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI. 0.235 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.631 Chords Tens.Comp. Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): B-C 1206 0 Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver.17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber ' Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Chords Tens.Comp. Top chord 4x2 SP#2 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2 F-E 0-1091 Webs 4x2 SP#3 Special Loads Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) 0 (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.25/Plate Dur.Fac.=1.25) Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. TC:From 192 plf at 0.13 to 192 plf at 1.96 F-A 0 -948 E-C 0 -1694 TC:From 67 plf at 1.96 to 67 plf at 3.52 F-B 1655 0 C-D 1213 0 BC:From 7 plf at 0.00 to 7 plf at 3.52 B-E 0 -1492 TC:1084 lb Conc.Load at 0.13 Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: „pAMty Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) S at �r TC 41 0.13 3.52 c,�”` C BC 39 0.00 3.27 ` ........C.L'", Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers Q • \ 1E+N. „�(�4 at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. e ;+ Hangers I Ties ,` (J)Hanger Support Required,by others /• I. ,v0' r •648 • i Additional Notes * . • * Negative reaction(s)of-1234#MAX.from a non-wind li • ATE OF /°- load case requires uplift connection.See Maximum Reactions. ��\it./ se 4147 . Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. . OR10e•e�a`/ ~Mtirt►eatr� #0 278 .....--WT IONAL 11/07/2018 —WARNING** READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlin shipping,installing and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI anSBCA)fo'r safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have brawn installed per BCSI sections$3,B7 or B10, /16 as applicable. Appplates to each face,of truss and position as shown above and on the Joinl9Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc..shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the AN ITW COWAN,' truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this dr Wi g or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of pro esstona engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The sut ability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE www.alpineilw.com:TPI: www.tpinst.org.SBCA: wnvw.sbundustry.com;ICC: www.iccsafe org ' Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEAN:885662 /T11 /SY42 Cust:R R9353 JRef: 1 WtV93530007 (BOSCO)3324TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 30 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26419 Truss Label: F13JB / DF 11/07/2018 r14 I--1,6„-_---I 1112X4 lII3X4 A 4 B '3-'C ......, Ta :. tic, iiiiUi.f iiim .�ii F ►i E D =4X4 1112X4 =3X3 p•8 2'0„12—A 26"4 'I Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udell L1# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.020 A 381 360 E 1625 I- I- l- I- /6.0 BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.063 A 188 240 D 28 /443 /- I- /- I- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.009 B - - E Min Brg Width Req= 1.5 EXP:NA HORZ(TL): 0.018 B D Min Brg Width Req= - Des Ld: 55.00 Mean Height:NA ft NCBCLL: 10.00 ' Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 Bearing E is a rigid surface. TCDL:NA psf BldgCode: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.393 Soffit: 0.00n: BCDL:NA psf Members not listed have forces less than 375# Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.182 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.383 Chords Tens.Comp. Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) — I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): B-C 395 0 Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Lumber Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Top chord 4x2 SP#2 Bot chord 4x2 SP#2 F-A 2 -791 E-C 0 -566 Webs 4x2 SP#3 F-B 1005 0 C-D 422 -9 B-E 0 -1130 Purlins In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 29 0.13 2.52 BC 27 0.00 2.27 Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers at 24”OC unless shown otherwise above. Hangers/Ties 0,r0 tguisiv (J)Hanger Support Required,by others t��� jiS FJ r Additional Notes `.,•r•`',••A",a".C./� /�{, This truss spaced @ 16.0"oc supports additional *C): •:• `CjEt4,�•��/j7- concentrated load at left end from 9.00'stud wall • (13.75 PSF)supporting 34-8-0 roof spans with 0-9-0 f overhang.Roof load:20.00 psf LL and 17.00 psf DL. / , Q ; • 8 • Negative reaction(s)of-443#MAX.from a non-wind ■ • load case requires uplift connection.See Maximum Reactions. . • Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. Q.IL ATE OF • l c' #0 278 ' IONAL 1)/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing,and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fcsafety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling Locations shown for joermanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections 63,B7 or 610, as applicable. ApplY plates to each face,of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint'Details, unless noted otherwise. (Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drewing,any failure to build the u mr:cu�x truss In conformance with ANSI/ PI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of,trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,, 6750 Forum Drive listingthis drawing indicates acceptance ofpro esslona. engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suiCability and se of this drawing, for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. Suite 305 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites ALPINE:www alpmedw.corn TPI www tpinst org.SBCA. www sbcindustry.com.ICC www.iccsafe.org Orlando FL,32821 • ' Job Number: 575518A Ply: 1 SEON:885665 /T8 I SY42 Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1W1V93530007 fBOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY Qty: 2 FROM:RH DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26263 Truss Label: F14 JB / DF 11/07/2018 F---1,2"2--1 .'8"10 { _112X43 =3X3 11132X4 A�� ►4B ►�C T -.-__- .iiiliii. . Ii :. io II 11 ismiimimm 3X4 , F E =3X3 II13X3 M„8--I--2'0.12—'1 F---2'6"4 -I ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs),or”=PLF Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Ptin PSF)I Def11CSl Criteria ( ) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA. PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Loc R /U /Rw /Rh /RL /W TCDL: 10.00 . Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce.NA VERT(LL): 0.037 A 107 360 E. 595 I- 1- I- 1- /24.7 BCLL: 0.00 I Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(TL): 0.093 A 60 240 E /691 BCDL: 5.00 1 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.023 A - - E Min Brg Width Req= - EXP:NA Des Ld: 55.00 HORZ(TL): 0.041 A - - Bearing G is a rigid surface. Mean Height:NA ft Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:NA psf Soffit 0.00 BCDL:NAsf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.792 Members not listed have forces less than 375# p TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.605 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:NA Chords Tens.Comp. Spacing:16.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Factors Used:Yes Max Web CSI: 0.354 Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) G-F 0 -575 I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.02.1208.15 Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Lumber Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. Top chord 4x2 SP#2 G-A 0 -764 F-C 0 -813 Bot chord 4x2 SP SS Dense G-B 536 0 C-E 742 0 Webs 4x2 SP#3 B-F 0 -700 Special Loads (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.00/Plate Dur.Fac.=1.00) TC:From 67 plf at 0.13 to 67 plf at 2.40 BC:From 7 plf at 0.00 to 7 plf at 2.52 TC:1058 lb Conc.Load at 0.25 Purlins II In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins to laterally brace chords as follows: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 26 0.13 2.27 ���YYYyyy... BC 27 0.00 2.27 & JS F i Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers G�''._.. •in,. / at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. ♦ •� `f^jE 1L' •../� Additional Notes Q.et �: Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. a NO. 7 •648 - . • • * • :) , \ ATE OF /cc • #0 278 •togiAt. 11/07/2018 "'WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT"" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricatingg,handlingshipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI ana SBCA)f 'r safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracingper BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attachd rigid id ceiling Locations shown for ermanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracinginssalled per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, /4116 as applicable. AppTy plates to each face,of truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Building Components Group Inc.,shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the ui mvcouvun truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of proTessronaf engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1Stc.2. Orlando FL,32821 For more informatwn see this fob's general notes page and these web saes. ALPINE www alpineitw.com.TPI wwvetpinst org:SBCA. www.sbcindustry.com.ICC. www.iccsafe.org ' SEON:9051581 T6 / FLAT Ply: 2 Job Number: 575518A Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WIV93530007 PROM:RH ' Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26512 Truss Label: FG01 JB / DF 11/07/2018 I S 5 2 Complete Trusses Required 311"15 7'6"5 10'11" 14'3"11 17'101 21'10" 311"15 I 3,6,7 I 3'4"11 I 3'4"11 I 3'6"7 I 3'11"15 .-3X3 =3X4 =3X4 =5X5 =3X4 w3X4 3(`, m, A B C D E 91 F =3X 3 ClAra-1-----------------__________-------___z jtf--------------- tsss-------- ---- --- ------,1 n--------_,-----------::1 --------------------------------jf i10'6"8 t'l- i M L K J I 1,1H 1112X4 3X4 =3X4 =3X8 =7X6 =3X4 1112X4 1"------ 21'10" 1 3'8'7 3'6'7 3'8"3 3'8"3 3'6'7 3'8'7 3'8"7 �I 7'2"13 I 10'11" I 14'7"3 I 18'1"9 I 21'10" Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria TCLL: 40.00 Snow Criteria(Pg,Pi in PSF)I DefllCSl Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Cl:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in lot Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 Speed: 130 mph P1.NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.165 D 999 360 LOC R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Endosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.226 D 999 240 N 813 /_ /- 1- /107 /- BCDL: 5.00 Risk Category.II Snow Duration:NACe: 0.025 A - - H 794 /- I- I- /106 /- Des Ld: 55.00 EXP:C Kzt:NA HORZ(TL): 0.034 A - - Wind reactions based on MWFRS Mean Height:15.00 ft Code!Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 N Brg Width=6.0 Min Req= 1.5 NCBCLL: 10.00 TCDL:4.2 psf H Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 1.5 Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:3.0 psf Bldg Code: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.995 Bearings N&H are a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h/2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.483 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:Varies by Ld Case Max Web CSI: 0.466 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:not in 6.50 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver.17.02.02.1208.15 A-B 122 -952 D-E 217 -1691 _ B-C 193 -1512 E-F 193 -1511 Lumber Purlins C-D 217 -1691 F-G 121 -943 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins Bot chord 2x6 SP#2 to laterally brace chords as follows: Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) 0.0021 TC 76 0.00 21.8383 Webs 2x4 SP#3:W1,W13 2x6 SP#2: Chord Spaci76(in oc) Start(ft) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. _- Nailnote BC 120 0.00 21.83 M-L 1027 -133 K-J 1550 -200 Nail Schedule:0.131"x3",min.nails Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers L-K 1552 -200 J-I 1018 -132 Top Chord:1 Row @12.00"o.c. at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. Bot Chord:1 Row @12.00"o.c. The TC of this truss shall be braced with attached Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs :1 Row @ 4"o.c. spans at 24"oc in lieu of structural sheathing. Use equal spacing between rows and stagger nails Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. 4 in each row to avoid splitting.0.131"x3",min.nbolts may bnails on used for A-N 53 -383 J-F 530 -66 (2)0.1 (1) A-M 978 -124 I-G 971 -124 The Bottom Chord Only. B-L 522 -65 �i11l14N Special Loads (' ` e (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.001 Plate Dur.Fac.=1.00) p�•�„. .•e• �! TC:From 50 plf at 0.00 to 50 plf at 21.83 1pIIS__ � • � ••••!�/ BC:From 5 plf at 0.00 to 5 plf at 21.83 � \G Sic •. 6i TC: 28 lb Conc.Load at 1.48,2.81,4.15,5.48 6.81,8.15,9.48,10.81,12.15,13.48,14.81,16.1517.48,18.81i. �F ,+ Q�8TC: 6lb Conc.Load at 19.23,20.56 • ,v0' Wi�WindWind loads and reactions based on MWFRS. ATEOAdditional NotesRefer to General Notes for additional information ••Al OR%t'./ 4� Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. `* 1•'` x, #0 278 1©NAt- 11/07/2018 "'WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling shipping,installing and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI anQ SBCA)for safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted Otherwise.top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathingg and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling Locations shown for permanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracingins/plied per BCSI sections 53,B7 or B10, as applicable. Apply plates to each faceof truss and position as shown above and on the Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE- Alpine, N drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. a division of ITW Building_components Group Inc..shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the IN my COMPANY truss in conformance with ANSI/TPI 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing oftrussesA seal on this drawing or cover page , 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of ro�essional engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suit-ability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSIITPI 1 Sec.2. Suite Orlando0 FL,32821 For more information see this Job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE: www alpineitw corn,TPI www.tpmst org.SBCA: www.sbcindustry.com:ICC: www_iccsafe.org ' SEQN:905156/ T13 / FLAT Ply: 2 Job Number: 575518A Cust:RR9353 JRef: 1WIV93530007 FROM:RH • Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTY DrwNo: 311.18.1003.26513 Truss Label: FG02 JB I DF 11/07/2018 I 5 5 2 Complete Trusses Required 3'11"15 7'6"5 10'11" 14'3"1117'10"l 21'10" -- 3'11"15 3'6"7 I 3'4"11 I 3'4"11 I 3'6"7 I 3'11"15 m3X3 =3X4 =3X4 =5X5 =3X4 =3X4 A B C D E F =3X3G W1 0_ ���0 W13 0 I I v C 10'6"8 II M L K J I �H 1112X4 =3X4 =3X4 =3X8 F----7X6 =3X4 1112X4 1 21'10" 1 3'8"7 3'6"7 3'8"3 3'8"3 3'6'7 3'8'7 3'8"7 I 7'2"13 I 10'11,• I 14,7"3 I 18,1"9 I 21'10" Loading Criteria(psi) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: ASCE 7-10 Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in Ioc Udefl L/# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 Speed: 130 mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.165 D 999 360 Loc R+ /R- /Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:Closed Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.227 D 999 240 N 814 I- I- 1- /107 I- Risk Category:II BCDL: 5.00 Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL): 0.025 A H 810 1- !- EXP:C Kzt:NA HORZ(TL): 0.034 A Wind reactions based on MWFRSI- /107 I- Des Ld: 55.00 Mean Height:15.00 ft NCBCLL: 10.00Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 N Brg Width=6.0 Min Req= 1.5 TCDL:4.2 psf BldgCode: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.999 H Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 1.5 Soffit: 0.00 BCDL:3.0 psf Bearings N&H are a rigid surface. Load Duration:1.00 MWFRS Parallel Dist:0 to h!2 TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.484 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:3.00 ft Rep Fac:Varies by Ld Case Max Web CSI: 0.466 Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Loc.from endwall:not in 6.50 ft FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. GCpi:0.18 Plate Type(s): Wind Duration:1.60 WAVE VIEW Ver.17.02.02.1208.15 A-B 122 -954 D-E 217 -1696 B-C 194 -1515 E-F 194 -1517 Lumber Wind C-D 217 -1696 F-G 122 -952 Top chord 2x4 SP#2 Wind loads and reactions based on MWFRS. Bot chord 2x6 SP#2 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Webs 2x4 SP#3:W1,W13 2x6 SP#2: Additional Notes Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Refer to General Notes for additional information Nailnote Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. M-L 1029 -133 K-J 1556 -200 Nail Schedule:0.131"x3",min.nails L-K 1555 -200 J-I 1027 -133 Top Chord:1 Row @12.00"o.c. Bot Chord:1 Row @12.00"o.c. Webs :1 Row @ 4"o.c. Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) Use equal spacing between rows and stagger nails Webs Tens.Comp. Webs Tens. Comp. in each row to avoid splitting. A-N 53 -384 J-F 527 66 (1)1/2"bolts may nails on used for A-M 980 -125 I-G 978 -124 The(2)0.131"x3",Chord min.Only. B-L 524 -65 G-H 53 -382 Bottom t�_°.'.'�.ittlIIYM Special Loads r Oj FL A (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.001 Plate Dur.Fac.=1.00) ...,,"•„.... 7 f 4 -TC:From 50 plf at 0.00 to 50 plf at 21.83 + •+ �GENS�•.4,`(//,:t f BC:From 5 plf at 0.00 to 5 plf at 21.83 0••• • 11 TC: 28 lb Conc.Load at 1.48,2.81,4.15,5.48 + 6.81,8.15,9.48,10.81,12.15,13.48,14.81,16.15 • 17.48,18.81,20.15 • No ; •648 • Purlins * • -011) ii In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins • •• to laterally brace chords as follows: �'�. - ATE OF j�a Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 76 0.00 21.83 ���f P •• BC 120 0.00 21.83 • R,�R,Q•+• Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers '••..•...+M +)� at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. 4/A.4# jO"` The TC of this truss shall be braced with attached #0 278 'w ryA L tN4 spans at 24"oc in lieu of structural sheathing. 11/07/2018 _ "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT" FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handlin shipping,installing.and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI anSBCA)for safety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise,top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for ermanent lateral restraint of webs shall hay bracingq insTalled per BCSI sections 63,B7 or B10, as applicable. Applates to each face,of truss and position as shown above and on Me Joint-Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW B ildinc�Compon nts Group Inc.,shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawing,any failure to build the N+nwcax»xr truss in conformance with ANSIITPI 1,or for handing,shipping,installation and bracing of.trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,, 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of pro-esseonal engineering responsibility solely for the design shov�Tn. The suitability Suite 305 and use of this drawing for any sructure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 SSc.2. Orlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites. ALPINE www.alpineitw com.TPC www tpinst.org.SBCA: www sbcindustry.com;ICC. WWW.iccsafe.or g ' SEQN:641681 T2 FLAT Ply: 2 Job Number: 575518A Cust:R9353 JRef: 1WIV93530007 FROM:RH • I Qty: 1 (BOSCO)332 4TH AVE. DUVAL CTYDrwNo. 311.18.1031.20583 Truss Label: FG03 JB ! DF 1 1/071201 8 I 5 5 2 Complete Trusses Required 3'4"4 16,2., I' 2'6"4 r 1'11"12 10" 5'8"12 8'2" 11'6" 14'2"4 18'3"8 20'8'12 l 24'3"12 27'8" 1--1 I 2,4„8 I 2'5„4 I 3,4,. I 28„4 I I 21„8 I 2,5„4 � 3,7„ I 3'4„4 1112X4 III2X4 m5X5 1112X4 - 3X3(28) A c°:- / �Bp(��\ CC\ D E _ FF\ G H I �IJJ�"I�- K �w/�/��L U '�It} o J11T -U-j L� � It h 10'6"8 XIAMI V U T S 0 P B2 0 N I$M W 1112X4 112X4 m7X6 III2X4 Y 1112X4 III2X4 fl 13'812 1 13'5"12 1 , 8„4 2'6"4 I 2'5"4 I 32 4 I 53" I 1'1193 I 3'8"12 I 3'0'12 8 4 24"8 57" 80'4 11'2"8 16'5"8 18'5"4 2,5"4 24'7"4 27'8" I „ I 3'0"12 I 20'10 8 Loading Criteria(psf) Wind Criteria Snow Criteria(Pg,Pf in PSF) Defl/CSI Criteria ♦Maximum Reactions(lbs) TCLL: 40.00 Wind Std: NA Pg:NA Ct:NA CAT:NA PP Deflection in loc Udefl U# Gravity Non-Gravity TCDL: 10.00 Speed: NA mph Pf:NA Ce:NA VERT(LL): 0.038 J 999 360 Loc R+ /R- I Rh /Rw /U /RL BCLL: 0.00 Enclosure:NA Lu:NA Cs:NA VERT(CL): 0.062 J 999 240 W 2478 !- I- I- I- 1- BCDL: 5.00 Category:NA Snow Duration:NA HORZ(LL):-0.005 L - - R 1771 !- I- I- l- l- EXP:NAKzt:NA -, HORZ(TL): 0.010 L - - Y 1096 /- /- /- /- /- Des Ld: 55.00 _- Mean Height:NA ft NCBCLL: 10.00 g Code/Misc Criteria Creep Factor:2.0 W Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 TCDL:NA psf BldgCode: FBC 2017 RES Max TC CSI: 0.985 R Brg Width=3.5 Min Req= 3.5 Soffit 0.00 BCDL:NA psf Y Brg Width=5.5 Min Req= 1.5 Load Duration:1.00TPI Std: 2014 Max BC CSI: 0.527 MWFRS Parallel Dist NA Bearings W,R,&Y are a rigid surface. Spacing:24.0" C&C Dist a:NA ft Rep Fac:Varies by Ld Case Max Web CSI: 0.314 Members not listed have forces less than 375# Loc.from endwall:NA FT/RT:0(0)/5(2) Maximum Top Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) I:NA GCpi:NA Plate Type(s): Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Wind Duration:NA WAVE VIEW Ver:17.02.028.0123.11 -- - , C-0 136 -611 I-J 0 -934 Lumber Purlins D-E 131 -625 J-K 0 -922 Top chord 2x4 SP SS Dense In lieu of structural panels or rigid ceiling use purlins F-G 638 0 K-L 0 -1036 Bot chord 2x6 SP#2:B2 2x6 SP SS Dense: to laterally brace chords as follows: G-H 638 0 Webs 2x4 SP#3:W19 2x4 SP#2: Chord Spacing(in oc) Start(ft) End(ft) TC 120 0.00 27.67 Nailnote BC 120 0.00 27.67 Maximum Bot Chord Forces Per Ply(lbs) Nail Schedule:0.131"x3",min.nails Apply purlins to any chords above or below fillers Chords Tens.Comp. Chords Tens. Comp. Top Chord:1 Row @12.00"o.c. at 24"OC unless shown otherwise above. @12.00"o.c. The TC of this truss shall be braced with attached U-T 625 -131 0-O 934 0 Bot Chord:1 Row T-S 627 -130 O-N 1070 0 Webs :1 Row @ 4"o.c. spans at 24"oc in lieu of structural sheathing. Q-P 908 0 Use equal spacing between rows and stagger nails(1)1/2"bolts may be used Special loads ineach row to avoid splitting. Dur.Fac.=1.001 Plate Dur.Fac.=1.00) d for (Lumber Maximum Web Forces Per Ply(lbs) TC:From 100 plf at 0.00 to 100 plf at 27.67 (2)0.137"x3",min.nails on Webs Tens.Comp. Webs _Tens. Comp. The Bottom Chord Only. BC:From 10 plf at r r• r r,•If at 27.67 - TC: 888 lb Conc.L• i'.•1 A-X 0 -624 R-H 0 -796 Special Loads BC: 530 lb Con -VOX, FL�ke'X W-B 0 -422 0-I 0 -769 (Lumber Dur.Fac.=1.25 I Plate Dur.Fac.=1.25) THE LOAD V s. THE C-U 421 0 N-I_ 1117 0 TC:From 100 plf at 0.00 to 100 If at 27.67 L1 E-S 26 -404 L-M 0 -505 P BUILDIN y:.Zt ' �Vl�r �• f,7 BC:From 10 plf at 0.00 to 10 plf at 27.67 •• '�� F-R 0 -822 TC:1642 lb Conc.Load at 0.00 • BC: 530 lb Conc.Load at 24.85 • No. ; • •648 • Plating Notes * • • All plates are 3X4 except as noted. , • Plate Shift Table '§. ATE OF i�orz, . JT Plate Chord JT Plate Chord •/�• Q� ••L, No Size Shift Bite No Size Shift Bite V �.PL R`0•••r•• ~ (28] W3X3 1.25 R 1.25 .. OR o e Additional Notes #0 278 r ON sl el Refer to General Notes for additional information Truss must be installed as shown with top chord up. 11/07/2018 "WARNING" READ AND FOLLOW ALL NOTES ON THIS DRAWING! "IMPORTANT"' FURNISH THIS DRAWING TO ALL CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE INSTALLERS Trusses require extreme care in fabricating,handling,shipping,installing,and bracing. Refer to and follow the latest edition of BCSI(Building Component Safety Information,by TPI and SBCA)fosafety practices prior to performing these functions. Installers shall provide temporary bracing per BCSI.Unless noted otherwise.top chord shall have properly attached structural sheathing and bottom chord shall have a properly attached rigid ceiling. Locations shown for rmanent lateral restraint of webs shall have bracing installed per BCSI sections B3,B7 or B10, as applicable. Appplates to each faceof truss and position as shown above and on the Joint"Details, unless noted otherwise. Refer to ALPINE' ti drawings 160A-Z for standard plate positions. Alpine,a division of ITW Build1ing CComponents Group Inc.,shall not be responsible for any deviation from this drawin any failure to build the AN rw:ONc�.• truss in conformance with ANSI/1-P] 1,or for handling,shipping,installation and bracing of,trussesA seal on this drawing or cover page,, 6750 Forum Drive listing this drawing indicates acceptance of orofessionar engineering responsibility solely for the design shown. The suit9ability 305 and use of this drawing for any structure is the responsibility of the Building Designer per ANSI/TPI 1 Sec.2. SuiteOlando FL,32821 For more information see this job's general notes page and these web sites: ALPINE. www.alpineitw.com:TPI: www.tpinst.org:SBCA: www.sbcindustry.com;ICC: www.iccsafe.org • • r. A - D D a .. 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CODES USED: 2017 FLORIDA BUILDING CODE, RESIDENTIAL EDITION, ACI, NDS, APA AND 1. ALL -THREAD CONNECTORS TO BE 3/8" DIAMETER BARS PLACED AT 4' O.C. IN ALL BEARING FOR WALL SHEATHING: 4'-6" ASCE7-10. 1 WALLS, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLANS. 1. FOR STUCCO AND STONE: MIN 32" OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 32/16, INSTALLED 6'-0" 4'-6" 1 5x3 1/2x5/16 VERTICALLY, MIN t6" OSB PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING INSTALLED HORIZONTALLY, TO 2. ALL DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIALS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE 2. ALL -THREAD USED IN SHEARWALL AND HIGH UPLIFT TRUSS HOLD-DOWN APPLICATIONS MAY BE G. 8 , 12" WALL FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD. 9'-6" CODES AND AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION OVER THE WORK. 3 COUNTED AS PART OF THE DESIGNATED O.C. SPACING. 2. FOR ALL OTHER VENEER: MIN OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 24/16, INSTALLED 12'-0" 9'-0" 4 16" (11) INTO STUD BELOW. C. STEEL MEMBERS INDICATED ARE ADEQUATE TYPICAL EXAMPLES; OTHER STEEL INC., SHOULD BE USED FOR FOUNDATION CONSTRUCTION. IF DIMENSIONS CAN NOT BE VERTICALLY OR HORIZONTALLY, TO WALL FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 3. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS AT THE JOB SITE PRIOR TO 3. PLACE ALL -THREAD RODS WITHIN 6" TO 10" OF EACH CORNER AND AT EACH INTERSECTION OF 12" O.C. IN FIELD (BLOCKED PANEL EDGES) OR 6" O.C. EDGE AND FIELD (UNBLOCKED PANEL COMMENCING CONSTRUCTION. BEARING WALLS. RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION SEQUENCE IS: EDGES). 4. DETAILS FOUND WITHIN THESE DRAWINGS SHALL BE ASSUMED TO BE TYPICAL DETAILS FOR ALL SLEEPERS ARE FASTENED TO EXISTING FRAMING WITH (4) '16d NAILS AT EACH A. PLACE SHEARWALL RODS (SPECIFIED ON PLANS) 3. FOR CURVED WALLS: TWO (2) LAYERS OF 4' PLYWOOD. FASTEN WITH 10d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON THIS JOB ONLY. DETAILS SHALL GOVERN CONSTRUCTION FOR THIS JOB UNLESS NOTED pNT �P+ONE ROOF: DES V N PRESSURES � B. PLACE HIGH UPLIFT RODS (SPECIFIED ON PLANS) EDGE AND 12" O.0 IN FIELD. OUTER LAYER OF PLYWOOD PANEL EDGES MUST BE LAPPED 24" OTHERWISE ON THE PLANS. C. PLACE CORNER RODS MIN WITH INNER LAYER. SHIM FRAMING AS NEEDED FOR TIGHT FIT. D. PLACE ALL OTHER RODS. 5. SUBSURFACE SOIL CONDITIONS WERE NOT AVAILABLE AT THE TIME OF THIS DESIGN. THE FOR ROOF SHEATHING: OWNER SHALL PROVIDE TO THE CONTRACTOR A REPORT OF THE SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS. 4. ALL -THREAD SHALL BE DRILLED AND EPDXIED INTO FOOTING WITH SIMPSON SET EPDXY 1. FOR SHINGLE AND METAL ROOF: MIN 16" OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 24/16, INSTALLED SOIL PREPARATIONS NOTED IN SAID REPORT SHALL BE FOLLOWED UNLESS MORE STRINGENT SYSTEM, OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT. ALL -THREAD EMBEDMENTS FOR SHEAR WALLS AND HIGH PERPENDICULAR TO ROOF FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN DESIGN IS SPECIFIED WITHIN THESE PLANS. DESIGN OF THIS STRUCTURE WAS PERFORMED UPLIFT TRUSS CONNECTIONS ARE SPECIFIED IN THEIR RESPECTIVE DETAILS. FIELD. ASSUMING 2500 PSF SOIL CAPACITY. 2. FOR TILE ROOF: MIN -32 " PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 32/16, INSTALLED PERPENDICULAR TO ROOF 5. WHERE NECESSARY, ALL -THREAD COUPLERS SHALL BE RATED NOT LESS THAN 3200 LBS. FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD. 6. THE SCOPE OF WORK OF THIS PROJECT IS LIMITED TO THE CHANGES SHOWN ON THESE PLANS, 3. SINGLE CLIP PANEL EDGES. INSTALL PANELS CONTINUOUS OVER TWO OR MORE SPANS WITH THE SCOPE OF WORK SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES ANY AND ALL ARCHITECTURAL, 6. MINIMUM EMBEDMENT OF ALL -THREAD SHALL BE: STAGGERED END JOINTS. WHERE PANELS ARE INSTALLED OVER SINGLE SPANS DUE TO FIELD WATERPROOFING, MECHANICAL, PLUMBING OR ELECTRICAL WORK. CONDITIONS, BLOCK PANELS AT 12" O.C. 6" - TYPICAL WALLS, MONOLITHIC FOOTING CONCRETE NOTES 7" -EXTERIOR WALLS, STEMWALL FOOTING FLOOR 8" -MASONRY WALLS 1. MIN j"T&G OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 48/24, INSTALLED PERPENDICULAR TO FLOOR 1. ALL REINFORCED CONCRETE WORK SHALL BE IN CONFORMANCE WITH ACI 318, LATEST FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD. EDITION, "BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE", AND ACI 301, LATEST 7, ALL -THREAD EMBEDMENTS FOR SHEARWALLS AND HIGH UPLIFT CONNECTIONS ARE SHOWN IN 2. USE OF APA RATED STURD-I-FLOOR IS ALLOWED WITH A MINIMUM SPAN RATING OF 48/24 AND EDITION, "SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE". THEIR RESPECTIVE DETAILS ON THIS SHEET. MINIMUM 4" THICKNESS. 2. ALL CONCRETE SHALL BE NORMAL WEIGHT CONCRETE, (145 PCF +/-) ALL CEMENT SHALL 8. USE 2" SQUARE WASHERS ON ALL -THREAD AND ANCHOR BOLT LOCATIONS, U.N.O. FOR PORCH CEILING SHEATHING: CONFORM TO ASTM C150, TYPE 1. MAXIMUM AGGREGATE SIZE SHALL BE 1Y2" INCHES FOR 1. MIN 8" OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 24/0, INSTALLED PERPENDICULAR TO CEILING FRAMING. FOUNDATIONS, AND %" FOR ALL SLABS AND SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM C33. 9. WHERE THREADED RODS ARE NOT ABLE TO BE INSTALLED DUE TO FIELD LIMITATIONS, IT IS FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 3" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD. ACCEPTABLE TO PLACE A DOUBLE 2X STUD GROUP. FASTEN STUDS TOGETHER WITH (1) ROW 3. MINIMUM CONCRETE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF ALL CONCRETE IS 3000 PSI AT 28 DAYS. 10d NAILS. FASTEN THE STUDS TO THE BOTTOSTUD TES WITH (2) SPH. PLACE A 1/2 AOF NCHOR BOLT WITH 6" EMBEDMENT WITHIN 6POAND F DOUBLE NOTE FOR BRICK VENEER SIDING 4. 4" 3000PSI CONCRETE SLAB WITH 6X6 W1.4 X W1.4 WWM OR 1/2" FIBERMESH OVER A 6 MIL. VAPOR BARRIER AND TERMITE TREATED SOIL. 10. IN LOCATIONS WHERE SECOND FLOOR BEARING WALLS BEAR ON BEAMS/HEADERS BELOW, IT IS 1. HORIZONTAL TIES AT 24" O.C. ACCEPTABLE TO DRILL THE THREADED RODS THROUGH THE HEADER AND FASTEN THE BOTTOM 2. VERTICAL TIES AT 24" O.C. 5. THE FILL BELOW THE FOUNDATION SHOULD BE FREE OF DEBRIS, ORGANIC MATERIAL, OF THE ROD WITH A 3" SQ WASHER AND NUT. 3. WEEP HOLES AT 33" O.C. COHESIVE SOILS OR ANY OTHER DELETERIOUS MATERIAL. SOIL MUST BE COMPACTED TO 95% 4. 1" AIR SPACE BETWEEN BRICK AND SHEATHING. MODIFIED PROCTOR MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY FOR TWO FEET BELOW THE BOTTOM OF THE FOOTING. CONVENTIONAL FRAMING NOTES 6. ALL REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE GRADE 40 DEFORMED BARS CONFORMING TO ASTM -A615. ALL 1. ALL CONVENTIONAL FRAMING LUMBER IS No.2 SYP. CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE FABRICATED, INSTALLED, SUPPORTED AND SPACED IN FORMS AND SECURED IN PLACE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACI 315, "DETAILS AND DETAILING OF 2 ALL RIDGE AND VALLEY BEAM SIZES ARE NOTED ON THE PLANS. CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT". 7. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY DIMENSIONS AND LOCATIONS OF ALL SLOTS, PIPE SLEEVES, ETC., 3. ALL ROOF RAFTER SIZES ARE NOTED ON THE PLANS. AS REQUIRED FOR MECHANICAL TRADES BEFORE CONCRETE IS PLACED. 4. FASTEN ROOF RAFTERS TO RIDGE BEAMS WITH (4) 16d TOE -NAILS. 8. VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL REINFORCEMENT WILL BE LAPPED FOR 36 BAR DIAMETERS OR 24", WHICHEVER IS GREATER. 5. FASTEN ROOF RAFTERS TO BEARING WALLS WITH A SIMPSON H2.5A WITH (5) 8d NAILS INTO THE RAFTER AND (5) 8d NAILS INTO THE TOP PLATE. IrINFORCEMENT SHALL BE LAPPED 25 ALLOWABLE SPANS FOR LINTELS SUPPORTING MASONRY VENEER a,b,c SIZE OF STEEL ANGLE a,c (inches) NO STORY ABOVE ONE STORY ABOVE TWO STORIES ABOVE No. OF 1/2" EQUIVALENT REINFORCING 3x3xl/4 6'-0" 4'-6" T-0" 1 4x3x 1 /4 8'-0" 6'-0" 4'-6" 1 5x3 1/2x5/16 10'-0" 8'-0" 6'-0" 2 6x3 1/2x5/16 14'-0" 9'-6" 7'-0" 3 2-6x31/2x5/16 20'-0" 12'-0" 9'-0" 4 V. CORNER R - 6. FASTEN ROOF RAFTERS TO SLEEPER WITH SIMPSON H3 WITH (5) 8d NAILS INTO THE RAFTER FOR SI: 1 INCH=25.4 MM, 1 FOOT=304.8 MM 10. REINFORCF:MENT SHALL HAVE THE FOLLOWING COVER REQUIREMENTS; -22.9 AND (5) 8d NAILS IN -1 O THE SLEEPER. -19.0 10.1. 3" FOR CONCRETE CAST AND PERMANENTLY EXPOSED TO EARTH 16.4 -20.5 A. LONG LEG OF THE ANGLE SHAT I. BE PLACED IN A VERTICAL POSITION. 10.2. 2" FOR CONCRETE EXPOSED TO EARTH AND WEATHER 7. FASTEN HEEL OF RAFTER TO CEILING JOIST WITH (4) 16d NAILS. -19.5 10.3. 11/2" FOR CONCRETE NOT EXPOSED TO WEATHER OR EARTH FOR THE PRIMARY -17.1 100-200 B. DEPTH OF REINFORCED LINTELS SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 8" AND ALL CELLS OF -17.5 8, HIP RIDGE BEAMS TO HORIZONTAL RIDGE BEAM WITH SIMPSON A35 WITH (12) 8dX1-1/2" NAILS. HOLLOW MASONRY LINTELS SHALL BE GROUTED SOLID. REINFORCING BARS SHALL REINFORCEMENT. EXTEND NOT LESS THAN 8" INCHES INTO THE SUPPORT. 9. FASTEN RIDGE/VALLEY BEAM TO WALL WITH (1) MSTA24 WITH (11) 10d NAILS IN VALLEY BEAM, 11. ONLY DIMENSIONS FOUND ON THE FOUNDATION PLAN BY ALEXANDER GRACE CONSULTING, (11) INTO STUD BELOW. C. STEEL MEMBERS INDICATED ARE ADEQUATE TYPICAL EXAMPLES; OTHER STEEL INC., SHOULD BE USED FOR FOUNDATION CONSTRUCTION. IF DIMENSIONS CAN NOT BE MEMBERS MEETING STRUCTURAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS MAY BE USED. DETERMINED FROM FOUNDATION PLAN, CONTACT THE ENGINEER OF RECORD. 10. 2X6 No.2 SYP COLLAR TIES TO BE APPLIED. FASTEN EACH END WITH (6) 16d NAILS. BOTTOM OF 12. STEM WALL TO BE A MAXIMUM OF SIX (6) COURSES TALL. CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD IF COLLAR TIES TO BE NO LOWER THAN 1/3 THE DISTANCE FROM THE TOP PLATE TO THE PEAK. LOAD TABLE COM AND CLADDING STEM WALL WILL EXCEED SIX (6) COURSES IN HEIGHT. 11. ALL SLEEPERS ARE FASTENED TO EXISTING FRAMING WITH (4) '16d NAILS AT EACH THREADED RODS ARE EMBEDDED 12" INTO STEM WALLS, THE TOP TWO COURSES OF INTERSECTION OF SLEEPER AND EXISTING FRAMING. moi_ -- pNT �P+ONE ROOF: DES V N PRESSURES � 13. WHERE t2 LIVE LOAD 20 0 PSF ACC OF RECORD IF EQUAL CAPACITIES ARE NOT APPARENT. (2) 2x4 SYP COLUMN FOR RIDGE/VALLEY BEAM SUPPORT, FASTENED 4. ALL WOOD DIRECTLY EXPOSED TO CONCRETE, MASONRY OR SOIL SHALL BE PRESSURE • TOGETHER WITH (1) ROW OF 8d NAILS AT 12" O.C. FASTEN RAFTER TO WIND LOADS: WIND SPEED: 130 MPH COLUMN WITH 18 GA STRAP WITH (9) 8d NAILS IN RAFTER, (9) 8d NAILS IN TREATED. COLUMN. FASTEN COLUMN TO TOP PLATE OR HEADER WITH 18 GA STRAP EXPOSURE: B 5. ALL WOOD DIRECTLY EXPOSED TO WEATHER SHALL BE PRESSURE TREATED. WITH (9) 8d NAILS IN COLUMN, (9) 8d NAILS IN TOP PLATE/HEADER. IMPORTANCE: 1.0 ,BUILDING CATEGORY: II ENCLOSED BUILDING: 6. NAILS OR CONNECTORS EXPOSED TO WEATHER SHALL BE GALVANIZED. EPDXY NOTES INTERIOR PRESSURE COEFFICIENT: 0.18 7. DIMENSION LUMBER 1. ANCHOR BOLTS, REINFORCING STEEL, THREADED RODS, STAIR HANDRAILS, AND OTHER ROOF PITCH: 5:12 7.1. ALL MEMBER SIZES GIVEN IN THE DRAWINGS ARE NOMINAL DIMENSIONS WHERE POSTS ARE CALLED OUT HEADERS SHALL BEAR FULLY ON POSTS EMBEDDED STEEL ITEMS SHALL BE SET INTO HARDENED CONCRETE WITH EPDXY OR EPDXY STEM WALL MUST BE FILLED. FRAMING NOTES ROOF RAFTER DEAD LOAD: 7.0 PSF CEILING: 1. DESIGN OF WOOD COMPONENTS IN THIS STRUCTURE IS BASED ON THE 2017 FLORIDA BUILDING RIDGE BEAM LIVE LOAD: 10.0 PSF CODE, RESIDENTIAL EDITION AND THE NATIONAL DESIGN SPECIFICATION FOR WOOD LIVE LOAD -STORAGE: 30.0 PSF CONSTRUCTION. DEAD LOAD: 5.0 PSF 2. DESIGN LOADING FOR THIS STRUCTURE IS FOUND IN THE LOAD TABLE ON THIS SHEET. CEILING JOIST FLOOR: LIVE LOAD: 40.0 PSF 3. ALL FRAMING ANCHORS SHOWN ON PLANS ARE SIMPSON. ALTERNATE CONNECTORS ARE _ _ _ - - - COLLAR TIE DEAD LOAD: 10.0 PSF EPTAF31 E PROVIDED EQUAL OR GREATER CAPACITIES ARE ACHIEVED. CONTACT ENGINEER DECK LIVE LOAD: 50.0 PSF EFFECTIVE AREA, SF END ZONES, PSF INTERIOR ZONES, PSF 0-20 17.5 -22.9 17.5 -19.0 20-50 16.4 -20.5 16.4 -18.1 50-100 15.4 -19.5 15.4 -17.1 100-200 14.8 -17.5 14.8 -16.4 EFFECTIVE AREA, SF END ZONES, PSF INTERIOR ZONES, PSF 0-20 17.5 -22.9 17.5 -19.0 20-50 16.4 -20.5 16.4 -18.1 50-100 15.4 -19.5 15.4 -17.1 100-200 14.8 -17.5 14.8 -16.4 7.2. 7.3. ALL BEAMS AND JOISTS NOT BEARING ON SUPPORTING MEMBERS SHALL BE FRAMED WITH GROUT ONLY WHERE DETAILED ON THE DRAWINGS OR WHERE APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER. SIMPSON STRONG -TIE JOIST HANGERS OR EQUAL PER APPROVAL OF THE ENGINEER OF RECORD. THE JOIST HANGERS SHALL BE NAILED WITH NAILS MEETING THE DIAMETER AND 2. MANUFACTURER'S DATA FOR ALL EPDXY AND EPDXY GROUT SHALL BE: SUBMITTED TO THE LENGTH PER THE DETAILS. ENGINEER FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. ACCEPTABLE EPDXY PRODUCTS ARE: 8. ALL NAILS SHALL BE COMMON NAILS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. NAIL SIZES ARE DEFINED HILTI HY150, HILTI HSE2421, SIMPSON STRONG -TIE SET OR APPROVED EQUAL. BELOW: IN USING THE ABOVE PRODUCTS, FOLLOW STRICTLY THE MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFICATIONS 8d = 0.131" x 2-1/2" AND DIRECTIONS FOR MIXING AND APPLICATION. HEED ALL LABEL WARNINGS. INSTALL IN 10d = 0.148" x 3" ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE SAFETY LAWS. 12d = 0.148" x 3-1/4" 3. ALL EPDXY AND EPDXY GROUT SHALL DEVELOP A MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 8,000 16d = 0.162" x 3-1/2" PSI AND TENSILE STRENGTH OF 2,300 PSI. 9. WHERE FRAMING DETAILS SHOW FOOTINGS, SEE FOOTING DETAILS ON THE FOUNDATION PLAN AND/OR THE FOOTING DETAILS SHEET. 4. ALL HOLES SHALL BE DRILLED WITH A DIAMETER NO LARGER THAN 1/8"' GREATER THAN THE DIAMETER OF THE STEEL MEMBER BEING INSTALLED. 10. CONVENTIONAL FRAMING LUMBER IS 2x No.2 SYP UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. 5 ALL HOLES SHALL BE CLEANED WITH COMPRESSED AIR AND SHALL BE DRY PRIOR TO EXTERIOR WALL STUD SPACING BRITTLE FINISH FLEXIBLE FINISH WALL HEIGHT (0360) WALL HEIGHT (U120) BEARING STUD SIZE AND GRADE 8 FT 9 FT 10 FT 11 FT 12 FT 8 FT 9 FT 10 FT 11 FT 12 FT CONDITION 2X4 SPF STUD 16 12 ` ' 16 16 ONE 2X4 NO.2 SPF 16 12 16 16 16 12 STORY < 2X6 SPF STUD GRD OR NO.2 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 2X4 SPF STUD 16 12 -° 16 12TWO 'r = STORY 2X4 NO.2 SPF 16 12 16 16 12 2X6 SPF STUD GRD OR NO.2 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 INSTALLATION OF EPDXY. HOLES SHALL BE FREE OF ALL DELETERIOUS MATERIAL SUCH AS NOTES LAITANCE, DUST, DIRT, AND OIL. 1. ALL NON -CORNER STUDS LOCATED IN WALL END ZONES TO BE DOUBLED, FASTEN STUDS TOGETHER 6. CONTRACTOR PERFORMING EPDXY WORK SHALL BE AN APPROVED CONTRACTOR BY THE WITH 12d COMMONS AT 8" O.C. MANUFACTURER FURNISHING THE EPDXY MATERIALS, AND SHALL HAVE' NO LESS THAN FIVE 2. NON-BEARING WALLS MAYBE FRAMED WITH 2X STUDS AT 24" O.C. MAX. YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE VARIOUS TYPES OF EPDXY RELATED WORK REQUIRED IN THIS PROJECT. A NOTARIZED CERTIFICATION FROM THE MANUFACTURER ATTESTING TO THE TRAINING SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER/ARCHITECT ALONG WITH THE PROPOSAL TO DO THE WORK. SHEET INDEX S1.01 GENERAL NOTES/FOUNDATION PLAN AND DETAILS S2.01 FIRST LEVEL FRAMING PLAN AND FRAMING DETAILS 20'-0" o Nr - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- I Tj 1 I I I II 2 I rib�r S1.01 I N SLOPE 1" i 6" r I 1 I I - CD V -01 I 9 r I I N I I I I 4" 3000PS1 CONCRETE SLAB WITH 6X6 W1.4 X W1.4 WWM OR 1/2" FIBERMESH OVER A 6 MIL. VAPOR BARRIER AND TERMITE TREATED SOIL. I °D I � N I I I I S1.01 I r=04 hqLL- --------- -----------------I (V _ FOUNDATION PLAN FINISHED GRADE - .:4 d� co (moi a a. - •� • lk, FOOTING AND SLAB POURED WITH 3000psi CONCRETE WITH FIBERMESH. 6 MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB ONE STORY: X = 12" WITH (2) #4 \ 6" BRICK SHELF EXTENDS FROM GROUND SURFACE TO BOTTOM OF - FOOTING. SEE FOUNDATION PLAN FOR BRICK LOCATIONS. .�WONOLITHIC FOOTING SECTION 3/4" = 1'-U" SEE PLAN X' FINISHED GRADE z_ co z a 04 • ! 6" X 6' - FORMED AND POURED PERIMETER CURB. - SEE PLAN FOR CURB HEIGHT FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB, 4" THICK UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLAN. 6 MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB ONE STORY: X = 12" WITH (2) #4 6" BRICK SHELF EXTENDS FROM GROUND SURFACE TO BOTTOM OF FOOTING WITH (1) #5 CONTINUOUS. SEE FOUNDATION PLAN FOR BRICK LOCATIONS. D SAV'-�=RB OPTION V-0" FOOTING AND SLAB POURED WITH 3000psi CONCRETE WITH FIBERMESH. FINISHED ° 12" GRADE :�6MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR I- EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB FOOTING, PER PLAN OFFICE COPY JECESS SECTION 2REVIEWED FOR CODE COMPLIANCE ; 3/4" = V-0° CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH SEE PERMITS FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS REVIEWED BY: DATE: / Z " l -7 �v r m N G, o w 0 w 00 0 z F - z z' O U o a O it o U w o U) co 0 W r U o z 0 w TZ6- (0 cr- W U Z W w 0 U w U zn cq W = Z 0_ I' d' cl M J_ W ch m E"- 0 U 0 U 0 0 W M M N N M J LL Q w m F - z J Q 00 o N n� aU m0 M 3w Yom' r C7 CL C�7 ai [� U Q 0 ��\ Z V) Q CL VJ 0 Z � O I -- -W QQ r-) Ll1zz Z Q rW � V LL U00 04 cli U) C MCO cm av N D 0 `oo O U 'l u. U 0 o U c cin �" Cc 44) m iu Q in m o 00 2 o M > CR N N N U V < cu O M0) WAY/VF 41 �: IF/ .9 ;cur - (� No. 8 ' F ` Sheet S1,01 INSTALLATION OF EPDXY. HOLES SHALL BE FREE OF ALL DELETERIOUS MATERIAL SUCH AS NOTES LAITANCE, DUST, DIRT, AND OIL. 1. ALL NON -CORNER STUDS LOCATED IN WALL END ZONES TO BE DOUBLED, FASTEN STUDS TOGETHER 6. CONTRACTOR PERFORMING EPDXY WORK SHALL BE AN APPROVED CONTRACTOR BY THE WITH 12d COMMONS AT 8" O.C. MANUFACTURER FURNISHING THE EPDXY MATERIALS, AND SHALL HAVE' NO LESS THAN FIVE 2. NON-BEARING WALLS MAYBE FRAMED WITH 2X STUDS AT 24" O.C. MAX. YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE VARIOUS TYPES OF EPDXY RELATED WORK REQUIRED IN THIS PROJECT. A NOTARIZED CERTIFICATION FROM THE MANUFACTURER ATTESTING TO THE TRAINING SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER/ARCHITECT ALONG WITH THE PROPOSAL TO DO THE WORK. SHEET INDEX S1.01 GENERAL NOTES/FOUNDATION PLAN AND DETAILS S2.01 FIRST LEVEL FRAMING PLAN AND FRAMING DETAILS 20'-0" o Nr - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- I Tj 1 I I I II 2 I rib�r S1.01 I N SLOPE 1" i 6" r I 1 I I - CD V -01 I 9 r I I N I I I I 4" 3000PS1 CONCRETE SLAB WITH 6X6 W1.4 X W1.4 WWM OR 1/2" FIBERMESH OVER A 6 MIL. VAPOR BARRIER AND TERMITE TREATED SOIL. I °D I � N I I I I S1.01 I r=04 hqLL- --------- -----------------I (V _ FOUNDATION PLAN FINISHED GRADE - .:4 d� co (moi a a. - •� • lk, FOOTING AND SLAB POURED WITH 3000psi CONCRETE WITH FIBERMESH. 6 MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB ONE STORY: X = 12" WITH (2) #4 \ 6" BRICK SHELF EXTENDS FROM GROUND SURFACE TO BOTTOM OF - FOOTING. SEE FOUNDATION PLAN FOR BRICK LOCATIONS. .�WONOLITHIC FOOTING SECTION 3/4" = 1'-U" SEE PLAN X' FINISHED GRADE z_ co z a 04 • ! 6" X 6' - FORMED AND POURED PERIMETER CURB. - SEE PLAN FOR CURB HEIGHT FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB, 4" THICK UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLAN. 6 MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB ONE STORY: X = 12" WITH (2) #4 6" BRICK SHELF EXTENDS FROM GROUND SURFACE TO BOTTOM OF FOOTING WITH (1) #5 CONTINUOUS. SEE FOUNDATION PLAN FOR BRICK LOCATIONS. D SAV'-�=RB OPTION V-0" FOOTING AND SLAB POURED WITH 3000psi CONCRETE WITH FIBERMESH. FINISHED ° 12" GRADE :�6MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR I- EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB FOOTING, PER PLAN OFFICE COPY JECESS SECTION 2REVIEWED FOR CODE COMPLIANCE ; 3/4" = V-0° CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH SEE PERMITS FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS REVIEWED BY: DATE: / Z " l -7 �v r m N G, o w 0 w 00 0 z F - z z' O U o a O it o U w o U) co 0 W r U o z 0 w TZ6- (0 cr- W U Z W w 0 U w U zn cq W = Z 0_ I' d' cl M J_ W ch m E"- 0 U 0 U 0 0 W M M N N M J LL Q w m F - z J Q 00 o N n� aU m0 M 3w Yom' r C7 CL C�7 ai [� U Q 0 ��\ Z V) Q CL VJ 0 Z � O I -- -W QQ r-) Ll1zz Z Q rW � V LL U00 04 cli U) C MCO cm av N D 0 `oo O U 'l u. U 0 o U c cin �" Cc 44) m iu Q in m o 00 2 o M > CR N N N U V < cu O M0) WAY/VF 41 �: IF/ .9 ;cur - (� No. 8 ' F ` Sheet S1,01 20'-0" o Nr - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- I Tj 1 I I I II 2 I rib�r S1.01 I N SLOPE 1" i 6" r I 1 I I - CD V -01 I 9 r I I N I I I I 4" 3000PS1 CONCRETE SLAB WITH 6X6 W1.4 X W1.4 WWM OR 1/2" FIBERMESH OVER A 6 MIL. VAPOR BARRIER AND TERMITE TREATED SOIL. I °D I � N I I I I S1.01 I r=04 hqLL- --------- -----------------I (V _ FOUNDATION PLAN FINISHED GRADE - .:4 d� co (moi a a. - •� • lk, FOOTING AND SLAB POURED WITH 3000psi CONCRETE WITH FIBERMESH. 6 MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB ONE STORY: X = 12" WITH (2) #4 \ 6" BRICK SHELF EXTENDS FROM GROUND SURFACE TO BOTTOM OF - FOOTING. SEE FOUNDATION PLAN FOR BRICK LOCATIONS. .�WONOLITHIC FOOTING SECTION 3/4" = 1'-U" SEE PLAN X' FINISHED GRADE z_ co z a 04 • ! 6" X 6' - FORMED AND POURED PERIMETER CURB. - SEE PLAN FOR CURB HEIGHT FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB, 4" THICK UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLAN. 6 MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB ONE STORY: X = 12" WITH (2) #4 6" BRICK SHELF EXTENDS FROM GROUND SURFACE TO BOTTOM OF FOOTING WITH (1) #5 CONTINUOUS. SEE FOUNDATION PLAN FOR BRICK LOCATIONS. D SAV'-�=RB OPTION V-0" FOOTING AND SLAB POURED WITH 3000psi CONCRETE WITH FIBERMESH. FINISHED ° 12" GRADE :�6MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR I- EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB FOOTING, PER PLAN OFFICE COPY JECESS SECTION 2REVIEWED FOR CODE COMPLIANCE ; 3/4" = V-0° CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH SEE PERMITS FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS REVIEWED BY: DATE: / Z " l -7 �v r m N G, o w 0 w 00 0 z F - z z' O U o a O it o U w o U) co 0 W r U o z 0 w TZ6- (0 cr- W U Z W w 0 U w U zn cq W = Z 0_ I' d' cl M J_ W ch m E"- 0 U 0 U 0 0 W M M N N M J LL Q w m F - z J Q 00 o N n� aU m0 M 3w Yom' r C7 CL C�7 ai [� U Q 0 ��\ Z V) Q CL VJ 0 Z � O I -- -W QQ r-) Ll1zz Z Q rW � V LL U00 04 cli U) C MCO cm av N D 0 `oo O U 'l u. U 0 o U c cin �" Cc 44) m iu Q in m o 00 2 o M > CR N N N U V < cu O M0) WAY/VF 41 �: IF/ .9 ;cur - (� No. 8 ' F ` Sheet S1,01 6" X 6' - FORMED AND POURED PERIMETER CURB. - SEE PLAN FOR CURB HEIGHT FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB, 4" THICK UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLAN. 6 MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB ONE STORY: X = 12" WITH (2) #4 6" BRICK SHELF EXTENDS FROM GROUND SURFACE TO BOTTOM OF FOOTING WITH (1) #5 CONTINUOUS. SEE FOUNDATION PLAN FOR BRICK LOCATIONS. D SAV'-�=RB OPTION V-0" FOOTING AND SLAB POURED WITH 3000psi CONCRETE WITH FIBERMESH. FINISHED ° 12" GRADE :�6MIL VAPOR BARRIER OR I- EQUIVALENT WATERPROOFING BETWEEN COMPACTED SUBBASE AND FOOTING/SLAB FOOTING, PER PLAN OFFICE COPY JECESS SECTION 2REVIEWED FOR CODE COMPLIANCE ; 3/4" = V-0° CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH SEE PERMITS FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS REVIEWED BY: DATE: / Z " l -7 �v r m N G, o w 0 w 00 0 z F - z z' O U o a O it o U w o U) co 0 W r U o z 0 w TZ6- (0 cr- W U Z W w 0 U w U zn cq W = Z 0_ I' d' cl M J_ W ch m E"- 0 U 0 U 0 0 W M M N N M J LL Q w m F - z J Q 00 o N n� aU m0 M 3w Yom' r C7 CL C�7 ai [� U Q 0 ��\ Z V) Q CL VJ 0 Z � O I -- -W QQ r-) Ll1zz Z Q rW � V LL U00 04 cli U) C MCO cm av N D 0 `oo O U 'l u. U 0 o U c cin �" Cc 44) m iu Q in m o 00 2 o M > CR N N N U V < cu O M0) WAY/VF 41 �: IF/ .9 ;cur - (� No. 8 ' F ` Sheet S1,01 ��\ Z V) Q CL VJ 0 Z � O I -- -W QQ r-) Ll1zz Z Q rW � V LL U00 04 cli U) C MCO cm av N D 0 `oo O U 'l u. U 0 o U c cin �" Cc 44) m iu Q in m o 00 2 o M > CR N N N U V < cu O M0) WAY/VF 41 �: IF/ .9 ;cur - (� No. 8 ' F ` Sheet S1,01 U00 04 cli U) C MCO cm av N D 0 `oo O U 'l u. U 0 o U c cin �" Cc 44) m iu Q in m o 00 2 o M > CR N N N U V < cu O M0) WAY/VF 41 �: IF/ .9 ;cur - (� No. 8 ' F ` Sheet S1,01 Sheet S1,01 J J 0 w 2 9 z O O J Q m FRAMING PLAN ROOF SHEATHING. SEE SHEATHING NOTES. TRUSS TO TOP PLATE CONNECTION: H2.5A WITH (10) 8d NAILS FOR UPLIFTS LESS THAN 600 LBS. (2) H2.5A WITH (10) 8d NAILS EACH FOR UPLIFTS LESS THAN 1200 LBS. (2) 2X6 NO. 2 SYP TOP PLATE FASTENED WITH (2) ROWS 10d AT 16" O.C. STAGGERED. MINIMUM 24" LAP WITH (12) 10d IN LAP. ALL THREAD CONNECTORS. SEE ALL -THREAD NOTES FOR INSTALLATION SPECIFICATIONS, SPACING AND EMBEDMENT. WALL SHEATHING. SEE SHEATHING NOTES. 2X6 SPF STUDS AT 16" O.C. 2X6 NO. 2 SYP PT BOTTOM PLATE.APPLY 1/2" ANCHOR BOLTS WITH 6" MIN EMBEDMENT AT EACH SIDE OF BCTTOM PLATE SPLICES. SEE FOUNDATION PLAN FOR FOOTING SPECIFICATIONS. TYPICAL WALL SECTION 1 3/4" = 1'-0" J J 0 w 2 9 z O O Q m _ FRAMING PLAN NOTES 1. IF OPENINGS ARE LOCATED BETWEEN STANDARD ALL THREAD SPACING, NO ADDITIONAL CONNECTORS ARE REQUIRED FOR THE HEADER, CRIPPLES, KINGS OR TOP PLATE. EDGE OF ALL THREAD WASHER MUST BE WITHIN 3" OF THE HEADER KING STUD, TYP BOTH SIDES OF OPENING. FOR HEADERS OVER 6-0": TOP PLATE TO HEADER WITH SIMPSON SDWC15600 AT 24" O.C. NO. 2 SYP HEADER, TYP. SEE PLANS FOR SIZE, PLIES, AND NUMBER OF KINGS AND CRIPPLES. KING STUDS & CRIPPLES: (6) 16d BETWEEN ADJACENT KING STUDS AND CRIPPLES. PLACE 1/2" ANCHOR BOLTS PER THE TYPICAL WALL SECTION. AT GARAGE ONLY: LTTI31 AT CRIPPLES. ALL HOLES FILLED WITH 10d NAILS. 2 TYPICAL HEADER FRAMING DETAIL 3/4" = V-0" ROOF FRAMED WITH: • SEE SPAN TABLE ON THIS PAGE FOR RAFTER AND JOIST SIZES AND SPACING. • COMMON AND HIP RIDGE BEAMS ARE ONE NOMINAL SIZE LARGER THAN THE RAFTERS, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. • SLEEPERS ARE ONE NOMINAL SIZE LARGER THAN SUPPORTED RAFTERS. • 2X LEDGERS, SAME SIZE AS ATTACHED RAFTER, SEE CONVENTIONAL FRAMING NOTES FOR FASTENING SPECIFICATIONS. CONVENTIONAL FRAMING - CEILING 10 PSF LIVE LOAD, 5 PSF DEAD LOAD 1.00 DURATION FACTOR GRADE, SYP No.1 No.2 SPACING 16" 24" 16" 24" 2x4 11'-3" 9'-10" 10'-9" 9'-3" 2x6 17'-8" 15'-6" 16'-11" 13'-11" 2x8 23"-4" 20'-5" 21'-7" 17'-7" 2x10 26-0" 23'-11" 25'-7" 20'-11" CONVENTIONAL FRAMING - ROOF 20 PSF LIVE LOAD, 10 PSF DEAD LOAD 1.25 DURATION FACTOR GRADE, SYP No.1 No.2 SPACING 16" 24" 16" 24" 2x6 14'-1" 12'4- 13'-5" 11'-0" 2x8 18'-6" 16-2" 17'-1" 13'-11" 2x10 23"-2" 18'-11" 20'-3" 16-6" 2x12 26'-0" 22'-6" 23'-10" 19'-6" 2'-0" RAFTER ti ROOF SHEATHING. SEE WALL SECTIONS. 2x RAFTER. SEE CONVENTIONAL FRAMING PLAN FOR SIZE AND SPACING. 2X OUTLOOKERS AT 24" O.C. FASTEN TO RAFTER AND WALL WITH (3) 10d TOE -NAILS. (2) 2X4 NO. 2x4 PLATE. SEE WALL SECTIONS. 3 OUTLOOKER DETAIL GABLE BRACING DETAIL 3/4" = 1'-0" FRAMING NOTES AND LEGEND TOP AND BOTTOM PLATE MATERIAL: 2x No. 2 SYP, UNO. STUD MATERIAL: 2x No. 2 SPF, UNO. HEADERS: ALL HEADERS ARE (2) 2x6 No. 2 SYP WITH TWO KINGS AND ONE CRIPPLE, UNO. FASTEN HEADER LUMBER TOGETHER USING (2) ROWS OF 16d (0.148" X 3.5") COMMON NAILS AT 12" ON CENTER. USE OSB SHIMS AS NECESSARY TO MAKE THE HEADER THICKNESS EQUAL TO THAT OF THE WALL IT IS IN. SEE THE HEADER DETAIL FOR FASTENING SPECIFICATIONS. HEADER NOTATION IS: NUMBER OF PLIES IN HEADER NUMBER OF KING STUDS (2) 21 }x6,2:1} NUMBER OF CRIPPLE STUDS SIZE OF DIMENSIONAL LUMBER SHEAR WALLS: ALL WALLS ACT AS LATERAL FORCE RESISTING ELEMENTS BASED ON THE TYPICAL WALL SECTION, THREADED ROD SPACING, AND SPECIFIC THREADED ROD LOCATIONS SHOWN ON THE FRAMING PLAN, AS NOTED BELOW. WALLS REQUIRING ADDITIONAL NAILING AND HOLDDOWNS, IF ANY, ARE NOTED ON THE PLAN. i V V _/S SEE DETAILS LOCATIONALL AILS OR FASTENERS ABBREVIATIONS: SHEETNUMBER DETAIL_ NUMBER SHEAR WALL DESIGNATION PORCH/GLULAM BEAM 1 -STORY THREADED ROD INDICATES GLAZING CLASSIFIED AS END ZONE. ALL OTHER GLAZING LOCATED ON EXTERIOR OF STRUCTURE WILL BE CLASSIFIED AS INTERIOR ZONE. SEE "COMPONENT AND CLADDING DESIGN PRESSURES," ON COVER SHEET. GABLE BRACING LOCATION. ICR INTERMEDIATE CRIPPLES REQUIRED. HEADER TO CRIPPLES WITH SDWC15600 SCREWS. LVL 1.75" WIDE 2.0E EVEREDGE ENGINEERED LUMBER. MIR MIRROR. MSR MACHINE STRESS RATED LUMBER. O.C. ON CENTER. OSB ORIENTED STRAND BOARD. SIM SIMILAR. SPF SPRUCE PINE FIR. SYP SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE. TYP TYPICAL. UNO UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ROOF SHEATHING. SEE SHEATHING NOTES. BLOCK SHEETING EDGES WITHIN 4" OF GABLE END. 2x4 SYP OUTRIGGER AT 24" O.C. CLIP TO BALLOON FRAMED TOP PALTE W/ SIMPSON H2.5 W/ (8) 8d COMMONS. BLOCK BETWEEN OUTLOOKERS. KNEE WALL ON TOP OF WALL BELOW. 2x4 No.2 SYP X -BRACE AT MID SPAN OF GABLE END BALLOON FRAMING AND AT 48" O.C., EXTENDING BACK 8' FROM BALLOON END. ATTACH TO END AND VERTICAL KICKER BRACES W/ (3) 16d. WHERE VERTICAL KICKERS DON'T EXIST, APPLY 2X4 No.2 SYP VERTICALS WITH (3) 16d COMMONS AT EACH INTERSECTION OF PROPOSED VERTICAL AND EXISTING RAFTERS/JOISTS. 2x4x8' SYP LATERAL BRACE AT 48". APPLY (2) 16d THROUGH DIAGONAL BRACE INTO EACH CEILING JOIST. FASTEN LATERAL BRACE TO CEILING LEDGER WITH (2) SIMPSON H2.5 WITH (8) 8d. 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DETAILS FOUND WITHIN THESE DRAWINGS SHALL BE ASSUMED TO BE TYPICAL DETAILS FOR THIS JOB ONLY. DETAILS SHALL GOVERN CONSTRUCTION FOR THIS JOB UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON THE PLANS. 5. SUBSURFACE SOIL CONDITIONS WERE NOT AVAILABLE AT THE TIME OF THIS DESIGN. THE OWNER SHALL PROVIDE TO THE CONTRACTOR A REPORT OF THE SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS. SOIL PREPARATIONS NOTED IN SAID REPORT SHALL BE FOLLOWED UNLESS MORE STRINGENT DESIGN IS SPECIFIED WITHIN THESE PLANS. DESIGN OF THIS STRUCTURE WAS PERFORMED ASSUMING 2500 PSF SOIL CAPACITY. 6. THE SCOPE OF WORK OF THIS PROJECT IS LIMITED TO THE CHANGES SHOWN ON THESE PLANS, THE SCOPE OF WORK SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES ANY AND ALL ARCHITECTURAL, WATERPROOFING, MECHANICAL, PLUMBING OR ELECTRICAL WORK. CONCRETE NOTES 1. ALL REINFORCED CONCRETE WORK SHALL BE IN CONFORMANCE WITH ACI 318, LATEST EDITION, BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE", AND ACI 301, LATEST EDITION, "SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE". 2. ALL CONCRETE SHALL BE NORMAL WEIGHT CONCRETE, (145 PCF +/-) ALL CEMENT SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM C150, TYPE 1. MAXIMUM AGGREGATE SIZE SHALL BE 1Y2" INCHES FOR FOUNDATIONS, AND %" FOR ALL SLABS AND SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM C33. 3. MINIMUM CONCRETE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF ALL CONCRETE IS 3000 PSI AT 28 DAYS. 4. 4" 3000PSI CONCRETE SLAB WITH 6X6 W1.4 X W1.4 WWM OR 1/2" FIBERMESH OVER A 6 MIL. VAPOR BARRIER AND TERMITE TREATED SOIL. 5. THE FILL BELOW THE FOUNDATION SHOULD BE FREE OF DEBRIS, ORGANIC MATERIAL, COHESIVE SOILS OR ANY OTHER DELETERIOUS MATERIAL. SOIL MUST BE COMPACTED TO 95% MODIFIED PROCTOR MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY FOR TWO FEET BELOW THE BOTTOM OF THE FOOTING. 6. ALL REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE GRADE 40 DEFORMED BARS CONFORMING TO ASTM -A615. ALL CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE FABRICATED, INSTALLED, SUPPORTED AND SPACED IN FORMS AND SECURED IN PLACE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACI 315, "DETAILS AND DETAILING OF CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT". 7. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY DIMENSIONS AND LOCATIONS OF ALL SLOTS, PIPE SLEEVES, ETC., AS REQUIRED FOR MECHANICAL TRADES BEFORE CONCRETE IS PLACED. 8. VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL REINFORCEMENT WILL BE LAPPED FOR 36 BAR DIAMETERS OR 24", WHICHEVER IS GREATER. 9. CORNER REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE LAPPED 25". 10. REINFORCEMENT SHALL HAVE THE FOLLOWING COVER REQUIREMENTS; 10.1. 3 FOR CONCRETE CAST AND PERMANENTLY EXPOSED TO EARTH 10.2. 2" FOR CONCRETE EXPOSED TO EARTH AND WEATHER OSED TO WEATHER OR EARTH FOR THE PRIMARY ALL -THREAD NOTES 1. ALL -THREAD CONNECTORS TO BE 3/8" DIAMETER BARS PLACED AT 4' O.C. IN ALL BEARING WALLS, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLANS. 2. ALL -THREAD USED IN SHEARWALL AND HIGH UPLIFT TRUSS HOLD-DOWN APPLICATIONS MAY BE COUNTED AS PART OF THE DESIGNATED O.C. SPACING. 3. PLACE ALL -THREAD RODS WITHIN 6" TO 10" OF EACH CORNER AND AT EACH INTERSECTION OF BEARING WALLS. RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION SEQUENCE IS: A. PLACE SHEARWALL RODS (SPECIFIED ON PLANS) B. PLACE HIGH UPLIFT RODS (SPECIFIED ON PLANS) C. PLACE CORNER RODS D. PLACE ALL OTHER RODS. 4. ALL -THREAD SHALL BE DRILLED AND EPDXIED INTO FOOTING WITH SIMPSON SET EPDXY SYSTEM, OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT. ALL -THREAD EMBEDMENTS FOR SHEAR WALLS AND HIGH UPLIFT TRUSS CONNECTIONS ARE SPECIFIED IN THEIR RESPECTIVE DETAILS. 5. WHERE NECESSARY, ALL -THREAD COUPLERS SHALL BE RATED NOT LESS THAN 3200 LBS. 6. MINIMUM EMBEDMENT OF ALL -THREAD SHALL BE: 6" - TYPICAL WALLS, MONOLITHIC FOOTING 7" - EXTERIOR WALLS, STEMWALL FOOTING 8" - MASONRY WALLS 7. ALL -THREAD EMBEDMENTS FOR SHEARWALLS AND HIGH UPLIFT CONNECTIONS ARE SHOWN IN THEIR RESPECTIVE DETAILS ON THIS SHEET. 8. USE 2" SQUARE WASHERS ON ALL -THREAD AND ANCHOR BOLT LOCATIONS, U.N.O. 9. WHERE THREADED RODS ARE NOT ABLE TO BE INSTALLED DUE TO FIELD LIMITATIONS, IT IS ACCEPTABLE TO PLACE A DOUBLE 2X STUD GROUP. FASTEN STUDS TOGETHER WITH (1) ROW OF 10d NAILS. FASTEN THE STUDS TO THE TOP AND BOTTOM PLATES WITH (2) SPH. PLACE A 1/2" ANCHOR BOLT WITH 6" EMBEDMENT WITHIN 6" OF DOUBLE STUD GROUP. 10. IN LOCATIONS WHERE SECOND FLOOR BEARING WALLS BEAR ON BEAMS/HEADERS BELOW, IT IS ACCEPTABLE TO DRILL THE THREADED RODS THROUGH THE HEADER AND FASTEN THE BOTTOM OF THE ROD WITH A 3" SQ WASHER AND NUT. CONVENTIONAL FRAMING NOTES 1. ALL CONVENTIONAL FRAMING LUMBER IS No.2 SYP. 2. ALL ROOF RAFTER SIZES ARE NOTED ON THE PLANS. 3. FASTEN ROOF RAFTERS TO LEDGER WITH (4) 16d TOE -NAILS. 4. FASTEN ROOF RAFTERS TO BEARING WALLS WITH A SIMPSON H2.5A WITH (5) 8d NAILS INTO THE RAFTER AND (5) 8d NAILS INTO THE TOP PLATE. ROOF RAFTER LOAD TABLE COMPONENT AND CLADDING ROOF: DESIGN PRESSURES 10.3. 1 1/2 FOR CONCRETE NOT EXP LIVE LOAD: 20.0 PSF REINFORCEMENT. DEAD LOAD: 7.0 PSF 11. ONLY DIMENSIONS FOUND ON THE FOUNDATION PLAN BY ALEXANDER GRACE CONSULTING, CEILING: INC., SHOULD BE USED FOR FOUNDATION CONSTRUCTION. IF DIMENSIONS CAN NOT BE LIVE LOAD: 10.0 PSF DETERMINED FROM FOUNDATION PLAN, CONTACT THE ENGINEER OF RECORD. LIVE LOAD -STORAGE: 30.0 PSF 12. STEM WALL TO BE A MAXIMUM OF SIX (6) COURSES TALL. CONTACT ENGINEER OF RECORD IF DEAD LOAD: 5.0 PSF STEM WALL WILL EXCEED SIX (6) COURSES IN HEIGHT. FLOOR: 13. WHERE THREADED RODS ARE EMBEDDED 12" INTO STEM WALLS, THE TOP TWO COURSES OF LIVE LOAD: 40.0 PSFDEAD LOAD: 10.0 PSF WALL MUST BE FILLED DECK LIVE LOAD' 50 0 PSF SHEATHING NO] t5 FOR WALL SHEATHING: 1. FOR STUCCO AND STONE: MIN 32" OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 32/16, INSTALLED VERTICALLY, OR MIN is" OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 32/16, INSTALLED HORIZONTALLY, TO WALL FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD. 2. FOR ALL OTHER VENEER: MIN 16" OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 24/16, INSTALLED VERTICALLY OR HORIZONTALLY, TO WALL FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD (BLOCKED PANEL EDGES) OR 6" O.C. EDGE AND FIELD (UNBLOCKED PANEL EDGES). 3. FOR CURVED WALLS: TWO (2) LAYERS OF 4" PLYWOOD. FASTEN WITH 10d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE AND 12" O.0 IN FIELD. OUTER LAYER OF PLYWOOD PANEL EDGES MUST BE LAPPED 24" MIN WITH INNER LAYER. SHIM FRAMING AS NEEDED FOR TIGHT FIT. FOR ROOF SHEATHING: 1. FOR SHINGLE AND METAL ROOF: MIN 16" OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 24/16, INSTALLED PERPENDICULAR TO ROOF FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD. 2. FOR TILE ROOF: MIN �" PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 32/16, INSTALLED PERPENDICULAR TO ROOF FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD. 3. SINGLE CLIP PANEL EDGES. INSTALL PANELS CONTINUOUS OVER TWO OR MORE SPANS WITH STAGGERED END JOINTS. WHERE PANELS ARE INSTALLED OVER SINGLE SPANS DUE TO FIELD CONDITIONS, BLOCK PANELS AT 12" O.C. FOR FLOOR DECKING: 1. MIN 4" T&G OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 48/24, INSTALLED PERPENDICULAR TO FLOOR FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 6" O.C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD. 2. USE OF APA RATED STURD-I-FLOOR IS ALLOWED WITH A MINIMUM SPAN RATING OF 48/24 AND MINIMUM 3" THICKNESS. FOR PORCH CEILING SHEATHING: 1. MIN J" OSB OR PLYWOOD, SPAN RATING 24/0, INSTALLED PERPENDICULAR TO CEILING FRAMING. FASTEN WITH 8d NAILS AT 3" 0C. ON EDGE, 12" O.C. IN FIELD. MASONRY NOTES 1. ALL MASONRY WORK SHALL BE IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF "BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR MASONRY STRUCTURES" (ACI 530) AND THE "SPECIFICATIONS FOR MASONRY STRUCTURES" (ACI 530.1) OF THE AMERICAN CONCRETE INSTITUTE. 2. CONCRETE MASONRY UNITS SHALL BE NORMAL WEIGHT WITH A MIN. NET COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 1500 PSI, HOLLCW, LOAD-BEARING UNITS. CONFORMING TO ASTM C90, TYPE N-11 3. MORTAR SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM C270, TYPE M OR S. ALL PORTLAND CEMENT SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM C150 TYPE I. LIME SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM C207. ALL MASONRY CEMENT SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM C91. THICKNESS OF MORTAR SHALL NOT EXCEED %,,. FULL BEAD AND HEAD JOINTS SHALL BE USED. 4. MASONRY GROUT SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM C476. fc OF GROUT SHALL BE 3000 PSI MIN. THE MAXIMUM AGGREGATE SIZE SHALL BE %" GRADED TO PRODUCE FINE GROUT IN CONFORMANCE WITH ASTM C476 AND C404. SLUMP OF GROUT SHALL BE 8 TO 10 INCHES. 5. MASONRY WALL REINFORCING SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A615, GRADE 60. PROVIDE 48 BAR DIA LAP ON ALL SPLICES. PROVIDE BAR SPACERS AS REQUIRED TO PROPERLY LOCATE REINFORCING IN CELLS. 6. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ADEQUATE TEMPORARY BRACING OF ALL MASONRY CONSTRUCTION TO RESIST WIND, BACKFILLING, SOIL COMPACTION AND OTHER NATURAL AND CONSTRUCTION FORCES OCCURRING DURING CONSTRUCTION. THE BRACING SHALL REMAIN IN PLACE UNTIL THE STRUCTURE IS COMPLETE. EFFECTIVE AREA, SF END ZONES, PSF INTERIOR ZONES, PSF 0-20 17.5 -22.9 17.5 -19.0 20-50 16.4 -20.5 16.4 -18.1 50-100 15.4 -19.5 15.4 -17.1 100-200 14.8 -17.5 14.8 -16.4 7. HORIZONTAL JOINT REINFORCING SHALL BE USED FOR ALL MASONRY CONSTRUCTION. AND SHALL CONSIST OF 9 GAGE, GALVANIZED, LADDER TYPE REINFORCING CONFORMING TO ASTM A82, SPACED AT 16" O.C. VERTICAL MAX. 8. WHEN GROUT POURS EXCEED 5 FEET IN HEIGHT, PROVIDE A CLEAN-OUT HOLE AT THE BOTTOM CELL. CLEAN THE CELL BY REMOVING ALL MORTAR, DEBRIS, LOOSE AGGREGATES AND ANY MATERIAL DELETERIOUS TO MASONRY GROUT. INSTALL AND SECURELY TIE THE VERTICAL STEEL REINFORCEMENT TOGETHER. CLOSE THE OPENING AFTER INSPECTION. 9. ALL MASONRY WALLS SHALL BE SECURELY BRACED UNTIL FLOOR OR ROOF SYSTEM HAS BEEN STEM SIZE OF STEEL ANGLE a,c (inches) NO STORY ABOVE ONE STORY ABOVE INSTALLED AND HAS BECOME CAPABLE OF STABILIZING THE WALLS. REINFORCED MASONRY FRAMING NOTES WIND LOADS: 6'-0" 4'-6" UNITS SHALL BE FILLED SOLID WITH 3000 PSI GROUT AS INDICATED ON PLANS. 1. DESIGN OF WOOD COMPONENTS IN THIS STRUCTURE IS BASED ON THE 2017 FLORIDA BUILDING WIND SPEED: 130 MPH 10. CASTCRETE PRECAST LINTELS TO BE USED OVERALL OPENINGS, UNO. SEE PLAN FOR SIZE AND CODE, RESIDENTIAL EDITION AND THE NATIONAL DESIGN SPECIFICATION FOR WOOD EXPOSURE: B 1.0 8'-0" REINFORCEMENT. CONSTRUCTION. I OPORTANCE: BUILDING CATEGORY: 11 NOTE FOR BRICK VENEER SIDING 2. DESIGN LOADING FOR THIS STRUCTURE IS FOUND IN THE LOAD TABLE ON THIS SHEET. ENCLOSED BUILDING: 2-6x3 1/2x5/16 20'-0" 12'-0" 9'-0" INTERIOR PRESSURE 1. HORIZONTAL TIES AT 24" O.C. 3. ALL FRAMING ANCHORS SHOWN ON PLANS ARE SIMPSON. ALTERNATE CONNECTORS ARE COEFFICIENT: 0.18 2. VERTICAL TIES AT 24" O.C. ACCEPTABLE PROVIDED EQUAL OR GREATER CAPACITIES ARE ACHIEVED. CONTACT ENGINEER ROOF PITCH: 5:12 3. WEEP HOLES AT 33" O.C. OF RECORD IF EQUAL CAPACITIES ARE NOT APPARENT. - ONE 4. V AIR SPACE BETWEEN BRICK AND SHEATHING. 16 EPDXY NOTES 16 16 1 16 16 16 4. ALL WOOD DIRECTLY EXPOSED TO CONCRETE, MASONRY OR SOIL SHALL BE PRESSURE TREATED. 1. ANCHOR BOLTS, REINFORCING STEEL, THREADED RODS, STAIR HANDRAILS, AND OTHER 5. ALL WOOD DIRECTLY EXPOSED TO WEATHER SHALL BE PRESSURE TREATED. EMBEDDED STEEL ITEMS SHALL BE SET INTO HARDENED CONCRETE WITH EPDXY OR EPDXY GROUT ONLY WHERE DETAILED ON THE DRAWINGS OR WHERE APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER. 6. NAILS OR CONNECTORS EXPOSED TO WEATHER SHALL BE GALVANIZED. 2, MANUFACTURER'S DATA FOR ALL EPDXY AND EPDXY GROUT SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. ACCEPTABLE EPDXY PRODUCTS ARE: 7. DIMENSION LUMBER 7.1. ALL MEMBER SIZES GIVEN IN THE DRAWINGS ARE NOMINAL DIMENSIONS HILTI HY150, HILTI HSE2421, SIMPSON STRONG -TIE SET OR APPROVED EQUAL. 7.2. WHERE POSTS ARE CALLED OUT, HEADERS SHALL BEAR FULLY ON POSTS. 7.3. ALL BEAMS AND JOISTS NOT BEARING ON SUPPORTING MEMBERS SHALL BE FRAMED WITHIN USING THE ABOVE PRODUCTS, FOLLOW STRICTLY THE MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFICATIONS SIMPSON STRONG -TIE JOIST HANGERS OR EQUAL PER APPROVAL OF THE ENGINEER OF RECORD THE JOIST HANGERS SHALL BE NAILED WITH NAILS MEETING THE DIAMETER AND AND DIRECTIONS FOR MIXING AND APPLICATION. HEED ALL LABEL WARNINGS. INSTALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE SAFETY LAWS ALLOWABLE SPANS FOR LINTELS SUPPORTING MASONRY VENEER a,b,c SIZE OF STEEL ANGLE a,c (inches) NO STORY ABOVE ONE STORY ABOVE TWO STORIES ABOVE No. OF 1/2" EQUIVALENT REINFORCING 3x3x1/4 6'-0" 4'-6" T-0" 1 4x3x 1 /4 8'-0" 6-0" 4'-6" 1 5x3 1/2x5/16 10'-0" 8'-0" 6-0" 2 6x3 1/2x5/16 14'4" 9'-6" 7'-0" 3 2-6x3 1/2x5/16 20'-0" 12'-0" 9'-0" 4 LENGTH PER THE DETAILS. ALL EPDXY AND EPDXY GROUT SHALL DEVELOP A MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 8,000 FOR SI: 1 INCH=25.4 MM, 1 FOOT=304.8 MM 8. ALL NAILS SHALL BE COMMON NAILS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. NAIL SIZES ARE DEFINED ` PSI AND TENSILE STRENGTH OF 2,300 PSI. A. LONG LEG OF THE ANGLE SHALL BE PLACED IN A VERTICAL POSITION. BELOW: 4 ALL HOLES SHALL BE DRILLED WITH A DIAMETER NO LARGER THAN 1/8" GREATER THAN THE B. DEPTH OF REINFORCED LINTELS SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 8" AND ALL CELLS OF 8d = 0.131" x 2-1/2" DIAMETER OF THE STEEL MEMBER BEING INSTALLED. HOLLOW MASONRY LINTELS SHALL BE GROUTED SOLID. REINFORCING BARS SHALL 10d=0.148 x3 " EXTEND NOT LESS THAN 8" INCHES INTO THE SUPPORT. 12d = 0.148" x 3-1/4" E. ALL HOLES SHALL BE CLEANED WITH COMPRESSED AIR AND SHALL BE DRY PRIOR TO 16d = 0.162" x 3-1/2" INSTALLATION OF EPDXY. HOLES SHALL BE FREE OF ALL DELETERIOUS MATERIAL SUCH AS C. STEEL MEMBERS INDICATED ARE ADEQUATE TYPICAL EXAMPLES; OTHER STEEL 9. WHERE FRAMING DETAILS SHOW FOOTINGS, SEE FOOTING DETAILS ON THE FOUNDATION PLAN LAITANCE, DUST, DIRT, AND OIL. MEMBERS MEETING STRUCTURAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS MAY BE USED. AND/OR THE FOOTING DETAILS SHEET. 6. CONTRACTOR PERFORMING EPDXY WORK SHALL BE AN APPROVED CONTRACTOR BY THE 10. CONVENTIONAL FRAMING LUMBER IS 2x No.2 SYP UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. MANUFACTURER FURNISHING THE EPDXY MATERIALS, AND SHALL HAVE NO LESS THAN FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE VARIOUS TYPES OF EPDXY RELATED WORK REQUIRED IN THIS PROJECT. A NOTARIZED CERTIFICATION FROM THE MANUFACTURER ATTESTING TO THE TRAINING SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER/ARCHITECT ALONG WITH THE PROPOSAL TO DO THE WORK. EXTERIOR WALL STUD SPACING S0.01 BRITTLE FINISH FLEXIBLE FINISH FOUNDATION PLAN AND DETAILS WALL HEIGHT (L/360) WALL HEIGHT (L/120) BEARING STUD SIZE AND GRADE 8 FT 9 FT 10 FT 11 FT 12 FT 8 FT 9 FT 10 FT 11 FT 12 FT CONDITION m � 2X4 SPF STUD 16 12 16 16 o 2X4 N0.2 SPF 16 12 16 16 16 12 - ONE STORY 2X6 SPF STUD GRD OR NO.2 16 16 16 16 1 16 16 16 16 16 16 2X4 SPF STUD 16 12 16 12 z NO.2 SPF 16 12 16 16 12 TWO2X4 STORY 2X6 SPF STUD GRD OR NO.2 1 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 NOTES 1. ALL NOtd­CORNER STUDS LOCATED IN WALL END ZONES TO BE DOUBLED, FASTEN STUDS TOGETHER WITH 12d COMMONS AT 8" O.C. 2. NON-BEARING WALLS MAYBE FRAMED WITH 2X STUDS AT 24" O.C. MAX. SHEET INDEX S0.01 COVER PAGE/GENERAL NOTES S1.01 FOUNDATION PLAN AND DETAILS S2.01 I FIRST LEVEL FRAMING PLAN S2.02 I SECOND LEVEL FRAMING PLAN S3.01 FRAMING DETAILS S3.02 FRAMING DETAILS OFFICE DOPY REVIEWED FOR CODE COMPLIANCE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH SEE PERMITS FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS REVIEWED BY:_ !T DATE: O t7 a. a O m � N w o w C) C z a z O z O U o a O � U w 0 w Z) o cn co T o w co z a o 0 w z° �- W cl�O F_ U W M U N Z M Z LLJW u_ O p W u_ C)- CD w U Q Z F- m U) U cM Z O F- < O U W O m 00 a� �o mcg o 3w �( 20 6 E U Q ca U) W O Z I..L� W Z �w V L) C0)o 00 04 os `0 C +' w Q a_ U cn 0 O U .20 'i w U L_ LO U M LL - c X in s m m O Q m a) in CO o i00 -0 a� ;sfh N C r U w N M 0) O n O� :•� % 2 ; sr2e✓3sa` Sheet No. S0.01 n - B N. B tit,- 9 i I CJ23 CJ22 ! 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S3.01 _ FIRST LEVEL WALL PLAN S3.01 (4)2x8 T i 04 0 CID , ILL 6L If M in% 4cnvnna , .. 4 S3.01 TYP. DECK PORCH 2X8 2:1 (3) 2X12 O Fil (2) 2X12 . _ B 04 -Ni -Ni U U U BEARING WALLS HEIGHT: 10'-6 Y2" _ SECOND LEVEL FLOOR PLAN_ HANGERS ON JOB AREAS FOLLOWS 1/4" = V-0" UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE: APPLICATION PART # APPROVAL # FLOOR TRUSS THA422 FL10447.6 4 0 11 FRAMING NOTES AND LEGEND TOP AND BOTTOM PLATE MATERIAL: 2x No. 2 SYP, UNO. STUD MATERIAL: 2x No. 2 SPF, UNO. HEADERS: ALL HEADERS ARE (2) 2x6 No. 2 SYP WITH TWO KINGS AND ONE CRIPPLE, UNO. FASTEN HEADER LUMBER TOGETHER USING (2) ROWS OF 16d (0.148" X 3.5") COMMON NAILS AT 12" ON CENTER. USE OSB SHIMS AS NECESSARY TO MAKE THE HEADER THICKNESS EQUAL TO THAT OF THE WALL IT IS IN. SEE THE HEADER DETAIL FOR FASTENING SPECIFICATIONS. HEADER NOTATION IS: - NUMBER OF PLIES IN HEADER NUMBER OF KING STUDS (2),2x6,2:1 I NUMBER OF CRIPPLE STUDS III- SIZE OF DIMENSIONAL LUMBER SHEAR WALLS: ALL WALLS ACT AS LATERAL FORCE RESISTING ELEMENTS BASED ON THE TYPICAL WALL SECTION, THREADED ROD SPACING, AND SPECIFIC THREADED ROD LOCATIONS SHOWN ON THE FRAMING PLAN, AS NOTED BELOW. WALLS REQUIRING ADDITIONAL NAILING AND HOLDDOWNS, IF ANY, ARE NOTED ON THE PLAN. V V _/S SEE DEBLOCATIONALL ILS FOR FASTENERS SHEET NUMBER DETAIL NUMBER SHEAR WALL DESIGNATION PORCH/GLULAM BEAM INTERIOR BEARING WALL O 1 -STORY THREADED ROD 2 -STORY THREADED ROD INDICATES GLAZING CLASSIFIED AS END ZONE. EZ ALL OTHER GLAZING LOCATED ON EXTERIOR OF STRUCTURE WILL BE CLASSIFIED AS INTERIOR ZONE. SEE "COMPONENT AND CLADDING DESIGN PRESSURES," ON COVER SHEET. GABLE BRACING LOCATION. ABBREVIATIONS: ICR INTERMEDIATE CRIPPLES REQUIRED. HEADER TO CRIPPLES WITH SDWC15600 SCREWS. LVL 1.75" WIDE 2.0E EVEREDGE ENGINEERED LUMBER. MIR MIRROR. MSR MACHINE STRESS RATED LUMBER. O.C. ON CENTER. OSB ORIENTED STRAND BOARD. SIM SIMILAR. SPF SPRUCE PINE FIR. SYP SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE. TYP TYPICAL. UNO UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. OVERIFY OR PLACE STUD GROUP UNDER BEAM BEARING. NUMBER OF STUDS EQUALS THAT OF BEAM PLY, MIN 2 STUDS. FASTEN BEAM TO STUD GROUP WITH (2) MSTA24. FASTEN STUD GROUP TO FOOTING WITH LTT20B. USE 10d NAILS IN ALL HOLES. IF THREADED ROD IS WITHIN 12" OF BEARING, NO LTT20B IS REQUIRED. OPLACE 6x6 POST UNDER BEAM BEARING. FASTEN BEAM TO POST WITH (2) MSTA24. FASTEN POST TO FOOTING WITH ABU66. USE 10d NAILS IN ALL HOLES. 2x NO.2 SYP LEDGER OC • FASTEN TO EACH STUD/TRUSS VERTICAL WITH (3) 1/4"X4" WOOD SCREWS • FASTEN TO BAND BOARD WITH (3) ROWS OF 1/4"X4" WOOD SCREWS AT 16" O.C. OVERIFY OR PLACE STUD GROUP UNDER BEAM BEARING. NUMBER OF D STUDS EQUALS THAT OF BEAM PLY, MIN 2 STUDS. FASTEN BEAM TO STUD GROUP WITH HTS20. FASTEN STUD GROUP TO BEAM BELOW WITH (2) MSTA24. USE 10d NAILS IN ALL HOLES. OVERIFY OR PLACE STUD GROUP UNDER BEAM BEARING. NUMBER OF STUDS EQUALS THAT OF BEAM PLY, MIN 2 STUDS. FASTEN BEAM TO STUD GROUP WITH (2) MSTA24. FASTEN STUD GROUP TO BEAM BELOW WITH (2) MSTA18. USE 10d NAILS IN ALL HOLES. OFOR PORCH CEILING DETAILS SEE SHEATHING NOTES ON COVER F PAGE. p L a 3 m� N w 9 w o 0o p z z z O O U on~ O U p W o D co q w Q � p z O Fn w z° r w Sheet No. S2.01 U C N� 00 M CO o O >>0> Y > > 7w 20 9 I- U Q p U m ca o �o W cf) U Z N M Z Op WLLI W J LL U Crj) _ CD Z W r = w m N U) U U X� M Z � m O (� m o I- O ,� Q U N y Y N U) O U ct O ce) am `%%1111111 I1 m Sheet No. S2.01 U C N� 00 M CO o C LL >>0> Y > > 7w 20 9 p U Q p Sheet No. S2.01 U C N� M CO of * it w¢ aU m ca o �o IL LL U CDU U M N m J C Nm U X� atQi Q (� m o -a o .� cq M (n `t N y Y N O U ct ce) am `%%1111111 I1 - C7 N 9328 % •; O ; O' �� ` Fr✓ 3sa` 1111 1i % Sheet No. S2.01 4 S3.01 u.i 0 Qa 'Sw o> O Z U w Z 20 w wQ z� Oo ocl) m nl 2X6 2:1 (2) 2X6 2:1 �\ 1 3 2 53.01 S3.01 TYP. (2) 2X6 2:1 (2) 2X6 2:1 MASTER BATH m qp 0 O ICR MASTER BEDROOM 4 (2) 2X6 2:2 S3.01 f' TYP. ICR i - EZ (2) 2X6 2:1 (2) 2X6 2:1 r- I � I 1 1 I I L. - �- ICR (2) 2X6 2:1 AJC LAUND. a F (2) 2X6 2:1 3 S3.01 S3.01 ��SECOND LEVEL WALL PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0" 13EDROOM ol BALLOON FRAME END WALL. SEE STUD TABLE ON COVER PAGE. (2) 2X1-J(2).2Xf� 2:1 F] r EZEZ ILL o 2 2:1 i (2) 2X6 2:1 2:1 (2) 2X6 2:1 (2) 2X6 2:1 BATH HALL (( o (2) 2X6 2:1 ICA 5 BEDROOM L (2) 2X6 2:1 BEDROOM BATH 0 - EZ E;.. (2) 2X6 2:1 (2) 2X6 2:1 ICR BALLOON FRAME END WALL. _ SEE STUD TABLE ON COVER PAGE. 6 S3.02 BALLOON FRAME END WALL. SEE STUD TABLE ON COVER PAGE. 1 1.01 „tw; j ( DECK (2) 2X6 2:1 3 S3.01 TYP. ----- ----- -- 1 ----- I' 1 I -� I I I I I I 1 I Z O I I I I I I 1 I i I i i 1 i I � I 1 1 I I L. - �- ICR (2) 2X6 2:1 AJC LAUND. a F (2) 2X6 2:1 3 S3.01 S3.01 ��SECOND LEVEL WALL PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0" 13EDROOM ol BALLOON FRAME END WALL. SEE STUD TABLE ON COVER PAGE. (2) 2X1-J(2).2Xf� 2:1 F] r EZEZ ILL o 2 2:1 i (2) 2X6 2:1 2:1 (2) 2X6 2:1 (2) 2X6 2:1 BATH HALL (( o (2) 2X6 2:1 ICA 5 BEDROOM L (2) 2X6 2:1 BEDROOM BATH 0 - EZ E;.. (2) 2X6 2:1 (2) 2X6 2:1 ICR BALLOON FRAME END WALL. _ SEE STUD TABLE ON COVER PAGE. 6 S3.02 BALLOON FRAME END WALL. SEE STUD TABLE ON COVER PAGE. 1 1.01 „tw; j ( DECK (2) 2X6 2:1 3 S3.01 TYP. ----- ----- -- ------ ----- ------ -� N cci Z O W o W W J LL U ----- W W LL LL z I..v F Q m � tr) 04 U C'i U J U) M z O° F_ O tl1 a1 I / I Q U N O�;< O U V U) D15 O 11 \ �p0 • 2; . C7 28 _ 70 _ • • - • •; S E :• 0 � ' FF //11 3yg� 7(1 D16 D15 i _ i D16 ; \ ;[�14= � lid I' D ! 4 N i I fA /� 1 _® iii ! 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USE OSB SHIMS AS NECESSARY TO MAKE THE HEADER THICKNESS EQUAL TO THAT OF THE WALL IT IS IN. SEE THE HEADER DETAIL FOR FASTENING SPECIFICATIONS. HEADER NOTATION IS: NUMBER OF PLIES IN HEADER NUMBER OF KING STUDS (2),2x6,2:1 NUMBER OF CRIPPLE STUDS II SIZE OF DIMENSIONAL LUMBER SHEAR WALLS: ALL WALLS ACT AS LATERAL FORCE RESISTING ELEMENTS BASED ON THE TYPICAL WALL SECTION, THREADED ROD SPACING, AND SPECIFIC THREADED ROD LOCATIONS SHOWN ON THE FRAMING PLAN, AS NOTED BELOW. WALLS REQUIRING ADDITIONAL NAILING AND HOLDDOWNS, IF ANY, ARE NOTED ON THE PLAN. I S V V -/J# SHEARWALL SEE DETLOCATION AILS OR FASTENERS SHEET NUMBER DETAIL NUMBER SHEAR WALL DESIGNATION PORCH/GLULAM BEAM INTERIOR BEARING WALL ® 1 -STORY THREADED ROD 2 -STORY THREADED ROD 4 INDICATES GLAZING CLASSIFIED AS END ZONE. EZ ALL OTHER GLAZING LOCATED ON EXTERIOR OF STRUCTURE WILL BE CLASSIFIED AS INTERIOR ZONE. SEE "COMPONENT AND CLADDING DESIGN PRESSURES," ON COVER SHEET. GABLE BRACING LOCATION. ABBREVIATIONS: ICR INTERMEDIATE CRIPPLES REQUIRED. HEADER TO CRIPPLES WITH SDWC15600 SCREWS. LVL 1.75" WIDE 2.0E EVEREDGE ENGINEERED LUMBER. MIR MIRROR. MSR MACHINE STRESS RATED LUMBER. O.C. ON CENTER. OSB ORIENTED STRAND BOARD. SIM SIMILAR. SPF SPRUCE PINE FIR. SYP SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE. TYP TYPICAL. UNO UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. OVERIFY OR PLACE STUD GROUP UNDER BEAM BEARING. NUMBER OF STUDS EQUALS THAT OF BEAM PLY, MIN 2 STUDS. FASTEN BEAM TO STUD GROUP WITH (2) MSTA24. FASTEN STUD GROUP TO FOOTING WITH LTT20B. USE 10d NAILS IN ALL HOLES. IF THREADED ROD IS WITHIN 12" OF BEARING, NO LTT20B IS REQUIRED. OPLACE 6x6 POST UNDER BEAM BEARING. FASTEN BEAM TO POST WITH (2) MSTA24. FASTEN POST TO FOOTING WITH ABU66. USE 10d NAILS IN ALL HOLES. 2x NO.2 SYP LEDGER OC • FASTEN TO EACH STUD/TRUSS VERTICAL WITH (3) 1/4"X4" WOOD SCREWS • FASTEN TO BAND BOARD WITH (3) ROWS OF 1/4"X4" WOOD SCREWS AT 16" O.C. OVERIFY OR PLACE STUD GROUP UNDER BEAM BEARING. NUMBER OF STUDS EQUALS THAT OF BEAM PLY, MIN 2 STUDS. FASTEN BEAM TO STUD GROUP WITH HTS20. FASTEN STUD GROUP TO BEAM BELOW WITH (2) MSTA24. USE 10d NAILS IN ALL HOLES. OVERIFY OR PLACE STUD GROUP UNDER BEAM BEARING. NUMBER OF E STUDS EQUALS THAT OF BEAM PLY, MIN 2 STUDS. FASTEN BEAM TO STUD GROUP WITH (2) MSTA24. FASTEN STUD GROUP TO BEAM BELOW WITH (2) MSTA18. USE 10d NAILS IN ALL HOLES. OFOR PORCH CEILING DETAILS SEE SHEATHING NOTES ON COVER F PAGE. O (.7 a a 0 a c� m� N00 ,L o > o Lu co O z I - z w � g z 0 U o a O U 0 rn w w Z) o � C2 ti 0 H � o z 0 o ww z N)N 0. O F-" U J z W Q J W z z_ O� UQ ��W ct V) U. (Ucli c W cy) F— U z c N cci Z O W o W W J LL U _"D 0 W W LL LL z I..v F Q m � tr) 04 U C'i U J U) M z O° F_ O Colo a) o tp Nto Q U N O�;< O U V U) c7 O m �p0 • 2; J z W Q J W z z_ O� UQ ��W ct V) U. (Ucli c cy) ((o 00 T c LL W Y C7 O a C7 9 ai .- L _"D 0 U LL LL J z W Q J W z z_ O� UQ ��W ct V) U. (Ucli c cy) ((o c �_' d U 'a c`0 O _"D 0 U LL LL cuU O tr) 04 U C'i .O m :3 ,l c X fn N m N N O Q Colo a) o tp Nto A N O�;< O U V c7 WAYI�F '9 4k% 60 IF/41 �p0 • 2; . C7 28 _ 70 _ • • - • •; S E :• 0 � ' FF //11 3yg� 7(1 Sheet No. S2.02 AT ROOF AT FLOOR AT FOUNDATION TYPICAL 1/2"=11-01. TRUSS TO TOP PLATE WITH H2.5A OR SDWC15600 FOR TRUSSES UP TO 600LBS, (2) H2.5A OR SDWC15600 FOR TRUSSES UP TO 1200LBS. (2) 2x NO. 2 SYP TOP PLATE FASTENED WITH (2) ROWS 10d AT 16" O.C. STAGGERED. MINIMUM 24" LAP WITH (12) 10d IN LAP. 8" ATC. SEE NOTES ON COVER SHEET. SEE STUD TABLE ON COVER PAGE FOR STUDS SIZE AND SPACING. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLAN. 2X No.2 SYP BOTTOM PLATE FASTENED TO 2X4 BAND BOARD WITH 10d NAILS AT 12" O.C. FLOOR TRUSS SYSTEM BY OTHERS. (2) 2x NO. 2 SYP TOP PLATE FASTENED WITH (2) ROWS 10d AT 16" O.C. STAGGERED. MINIMUM 24" LAP WITH (12) 10d IN LAP. $" ATC. SEE NOTES ON COVER SHEET. SEE STUD TABLE ON COVER PAGE FOR STUDS SIZE AND SPACING. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLAN. 2X NO. 2 SYP PT BOTTOM PLATE. APPLY 1/2" ANCHOR BOLTS OR TITEN ANCHORS AT EACH SIDE OF BOTTOM PLATE SPLICES. SEE FOUNDATION PLAN FOR FOOTING SPECIFICATIONS. WALL SECTION SEE SHEATHING NOTES FOR ROOF, WALL AND FLOOR SHEATHING SPECIFICATIONS. AT ROOF AT FLOOR TRUSS TO TOP PLATE WITH H2.5A OR SDWC15600 FOR TRUSSES UP TO 600LBS, (2) H2.5A OR SDWC15600 FOR TRUSSES UP TO 1200LBS. (2) 2x NO. 2 SYP TOP PLATE FASTENED WITH (2) ROWS 10d AT 16" O.C. STAGGERED. MINIMUM 24" LAP WITH (12) 10d IN LAP. STUDS TO TOP PLATE WITH SPH OR SDWC15600 AT 32" O.C. SEE STUD TABLE ON COVER PAGE FOR STUDS SIZE AND SPACING. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLAN. STUDS TO BOTTOM PLATE WITH SPH OR SDWC15450 AT 32" O.C. 2X No.2 SYP BOTTOM PLATE FASTENED TO BAND BOARD WITH 10d NAILS AT 12" O.C. FASTEN BOTTOM PLATE TO FLOOR TRUSS WITH (2) SDWC 15600 AT EACH TRUSS INTERSECTION. FLOOR TRUSS SYSTEM BY OTHERS. FASTEN FLOOR TRUSS TO TOP PLATE WITH H2.5A, SEE 1/S3.01 FOR WALL FRAMING DETAILS. 8" ATC. SEE NOTES ON COVER SHEET. 2 TYPICAL WALL SECTION 3/4 11-01. SEE SHEATHING NOTES FOR ROOF, WALL AND FLOOR SHEATHING SPECIFICATIONS. EDGE OF ALL THREAD WASHER MUST BE WITHIN 3" OF THE HEADER KING STUD, TYP BOTH SIDES OF OPENING. HEADERS OVER 6'-0" LONG: INSTALL SSP AT 24" O.C. FROM TOP PLATE TO HEADER. NO. 2 SYP HEADER, TYP. SEE PLANS FOR SIZE, PLIES, AND NUMBER OF KINGS AND CRIPPLES. KING STUDS & CRIPPLES: (6) 16d BETWEEN ADJACENT KING STUDS AND CRIPPLES. PLACE 1/2" ANCHOR BOLTS PER THE TYPICAL WALL SECTION. FLOOR TRUSS SYSTEM BY OTHERS. 4 TYPICAL HEADER FRAMING DETAIL 3/4" = 1'-0" NOTES 1. IF OPENINGS ARE LOCATED BETWEEN STANDARD ALL THREAD SPACING, NO ADDITIONAL CONNECTORS ARE REQUIRED FOR THE HEADER, CRIPPLES, KINGS OR TOP PLATE. 3 TYPICAL HEADER DETAIL 3/4 11-01, i I 5 SECTION AT STAIRS 3/4" = 1'-0" FOR HEADERS 4FT LONG OR ABOVE, FASTEN TOP PLATE TO HEADER WITH SSP AT 24" O.C. OR SDWC15600. MINIMUM (2) PER HEADER. KING STUDS TO TOP PLATE WITH SSP OR (1) SDWC15600. NO. 2 SYP HEADER, TYP. SEE PLANS FOR SIZE, PLIES, AND NUMBER OF KINGS AND CRIPPLES. CRIPPLES TO HEADER WITH MSTA18 OR (1) SDWC15600. KING STUDS & CRIPPLES: (6) 16d BETWEEN ADJACENT KING STUDS AND CRIPPLES. ALL CRIPPLES AND KINGS TO BOTTOM PLATE WITH WITH SDWC15450. BOTTOM PLATE TO BAND BOARD/TRUSS BELOW WITH SDS25312 AT 12" O.C. OR (2) SDS25312 AT EACH TRUSS INTERSECTION. ROOF TRUSS BEYOND BY OTHERS. ROOF TRUSS BY OTHERS. TRUSS TO BEAM WITH H2.5A OR SDWC15600 FOR TRUSSES UP TO 600LBS, (2) H2.5A OR SDWC15600 FOR TRUSSES UP TO 1200LBS. (3) 2X12 BEAM. SEE NOTE E/S2.01 FOR BEAM TO WALL FASTENING. SEE 2/S3.01 FOR WALL FRAMING DETAILS. BOTTOM PLATE TO JOISTS WITH (2) SDS25312 AT EACH JOIST INTERSECTION. 2X6 FLOOR JOISTS AT 16" O.C. FASTEN TO BEAM WITH HU26TF. (2) 2X12 SYP BEAM. STAIR STRINGER BY OTHERS.. (4) 2X8 SYP BEAM. 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FIRST FLOOR 0" LAN - GRAD_ E 6,. % 1-1 FRONT ELEVATION A3o1 1/4" = 1'-0" E -FIRST FLOOR 9' - 1 of Lji FIRST FLOOR 0" LAN GRADE ELEVATION LEGEND NUMBERI DESCRIPTION 01 ILAP SIDING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT APPROVED REVISIONS M DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATE ���'•• ••�� •�aJOOST RESIDENCE -GARAGEPRELMINARY P� '57A301 0) nBID - PERMIT 18.12.19 • : , 332 4TH STREET o N • • ❑CONSTRUCTION - S T �•• FLO IDA .' co ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA N J 18.0140 KC u� 0 0 00 0 N m N r S 41 ° 44' 57" W — 52.00' — — — 5' DETACHED GARAGE SETBACK I I 1 GRAVEL4 i DRIVE I U) co Q Of 0 o{o 0 Lo c U 3I I m oIo w o w co w zI I0 I L0 I I I I N 41' 44,57" E 2.00' i CD I I ( �I M 0o m ZI I I I I I I I — A/C PAD I 1 SITE PLAN A101 1 1" = 10'-0" REVISIONS N 41' 44' 57" E_ 50.00' 4TH STREET DD��DNIi �� ppR®v DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATE ❑ PRELIMINARY ❑ BID - SPERMIT 18.12.19 El CONSTRUCTION - STORAGE VOLUME CALCULATIONS 7,620 SF PREDEVELOPMENT PROPOSE HOUSE 2,689 SF LOT AREA (A) = 7,620 SF PROPOSED GARAGE 400 SF RUNOFF PROPOSED PAVER DRIVE 550 SF COEFFICIENT DECRIPTION AREA LOT AREA "C" WTD "C" IMPERVIOUS 3,170 SF 7,620 SF 1.00 0.42 PERVIOUS 4,450 SF 7,620 SF 0.20 0.12 53% RUNOFF COEFFICIENT (C) = 0.54 RUNOFF VOLUME 47% V = CAR/12 V = (0.54 x 7,620 x 9.3)112 V=3,189CF POSTDEVELOPM ENT LOT AREA (A) = 7,620 SF RUNOFF COEFFICIENT DECRIPTION AREA LOT AREA '.Cl' WTD "C" IMPERVIOUS 3,758 SF 7,620 SF 1.00 0.49 PERVIOUS 3,862 SF 7,620 SF 0.20 0.10 RUNOFF COEFFICIENT (C) = 0.59 RUNOFF VOLUME V = CAR/12 V=(0.59x7,620x9.3)/12 V = 3,484 CF REQUIRED STORAGE DV = 3,484 CF - 3,189 CF DV = 295 CF PROVIDED STORAGE AREA 1 ELEVATION (F) AREA (SF) STORAGE (CF) 6.6 200 SF 0 BOTTOM 8.0 250 SF 375 CF TOP TOTAL 375 CF INGROUND STORAGE IS=375x4x.3 DV=450 CF TREATMENT VOLUME REQUIRED TREATMENT VOLUME: 295 CF PROVIDED TREATMENT VOLUME: 375 CF LOT COVERAGE CALCULATIONS PROPOSED RESIDENCE LOT 7,620 SF 100% PROPOSE HOUSE 2,689 SF 35% PROPOSED GARAGE 400 SF 5% PROPOSED PAVER DRIVE 550 SF 7% PERVIUOS GRAVEL DRIVE 345 SF 5% GREEN SPACE 3,677 SF 48% PERVIOUS 4,022 SF 53% IMPERVIOUS 3,598 SF 47% JOOST RESIDENCE - GARAGE 332 4TH STREET ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA A1 01 18.0140 oIL o C) N C) ® cl) REVISIONS DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATE r R ��' DES/0 `_.:. '•.'A P's JI �.w ; 0 0 9 °: 0 N �, STATE m OF FLORIDA A JOOST RESIDENCE - GARAGE Al 01 332 4TH STREET ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA 18.0140 ❑PRELIMINARY - �B1D - PERMIT 18.11.30 _ El ARCHITECT dig ARCHITECTURE LLC 13500 SUTTON PARK DR. SOUTH, SUITE 301 JACKSONVILLE, FL 32224 904-553-2698 www.dig-architecture.com GENERAL CONTRACTOR BOSCO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 2158 MAYPORT ROAD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 904- 241-0320 E o } 00 00 H 0 N O M r ARCHITECT dig ARCHITECTURE LLC 13500 SUTTON PARK DR. SOUTH, SUITE 301 JACKSONVILLE, FL 32224 904-553-2698 www.dig-architecture.com GENERAL CONTRACTOR BOSCO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 2158 MAYPORT ROAD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 904- 241-0320 o 00 00 H 0 N O M r BUILDING CODE SUMMARY GENERAL NOTES SYMBOL LEGEND LOCATION MAP DRAWING INDEX 04 THE 2017 FLORIDA BUILDING CODE, EXISTING BUILDING: GENERAL CONSTRUCTION ROOM NUMBER IDENTIFICATION ROOM o 0 0 �, TYPE VB UN -PROTECTED 1. IT IS INTENDED THAT THESE DRAWINGS ARE PREPARED FOR BUILDINGS THAT WILL 100 SHEET �, w OCCUPANCY CLASS -GROUP R-3 CONFORM TO THE 2014 FLORIDA BUILDING CODE RESIDENTIAL. DOOR NUMBER IDENTIFICATION 100 NO. SHEET NAME w w w 2. THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE NUMBER OF STORIES AND HEIGHT PER LOCAL ZONING 8311.3 LANDINGS AT DOORS ORDINANCES AND PER THE 2014 FLORIDA BUILDING CODE, RESIDENTIAL, ARE AS 001 INDEX THERE SHALL BE A FLOOR OR LANDING ON EACH SIDE OF EACH EXTERIOR DOOR. FOLLOWS: WINDOW NUMBER IDENTIFICATION A. MAX. NO. OF STORIES = (3) ARCHITECTURAL EXCEPTION: WHERE A STAIRWAY OF TWO OR FEWER RISERS IS LOCATED THE EXTERIOR SIDE OF A DOOR, OTHER THAN THE REQUIRED EXIT DOOR, A LANDING IS NOT B. MAX. HEIGHT = 35' FROM GRADE A101 SITE PLAN MATERIAL 3. THE BUILDING CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE TO THE CODE CEILING HEIGHT IDENTIFICATION A201 FIRST FLOOR PLAN REQUIRED FOR THE EXTERIOR SIDE OF THE DOOR. REGUARDLESS OF ANY MISSING OR INCOMPLETE DETAILS OR NOTES. X' -X" AFF THE FLOOR OR LANDING AT THE EXIT DOOR REQUIRED BY SECTION R311.3 SHALL NOT 4. THE BUILDING CONTRACTOR AND HIS SUBCONTRACTORS SHALL CONFORM TO ANY 02 FIRST FLOOR CEILING PLAN AND ELECTRICAL PLAN BE MORE THAN 1.5 INCHES (38 MM) LOWER THAN THE TOP OF THE THRESHOLD. LOCAL ORDINANCES AND SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS, MATERIALS, AND WALL TYPE IDENTIFICATION X A301 ELEVATIONS THE FLOOR OR LANDING AT EXTERIOR DOORS OTHER THAN THE EXIT DOOR REQUIRED BY SECTION 8311.2 SHALL NOT BE REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH THIS REQUIREMENT BUT SHALL CONDITIONS AND SHALL NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO A401 WALL SECTIONS AND DETAILS PROCEEDING WITH HIS WORK. HAVE A RISE NO GREATER THAN THAT PERMITTED IN SECTION R311.3.2. 5. VERIFY ALL FIELD CONDITIONS AND NOTIFY ARCHITECT OF ANY DISCREPANCIES X THE WIDTH OF EACH LANDING SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THE DOOR SERVED. EVERY LANDING BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH WORK. INTERIOR ELEVATION IDENTIFICATION SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DIMENSION OF 36 INCHES (914 MM) MEASURED IN THE DIRECTION OF MAINTAIN A CURRENT AND COMPLETE SET OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AT THE JOB XXX 6. SITE. TRAVEL. 7. THE ELECTRICAL FLOOR PLAN IS INTENDED TO ONLY SUGGEST LOCATIONS FOR R311.3.1 FLOOR ELEVATIONS AT THE REQUIRED EGRESS DOOR FIXTURES, OUTLETS, AND SWITCHES. ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, PLUMBING, AND EXCEPTION: THE LANDING AT AN EXTERIOR DOORWAY SHALL NOT BE MORE THAN 7-3/4 OTHER BUILDING SYSTEMS, IF ANY, ARE TO BE DESIGNED, ENGINEERED AND ARE THE X SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF OTHERS. EXTERIOR ELEVATION IDENTIFICATION INCHES BELOW THE TOP OF THE THRESHOLD, PROVIDED THE DOOR DOES NOT SWING OVER 8• ALL INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR FLOOR & STEP FINISHES SHALL HAVE A NON -SLIP FINISH THE LANDING OR FLOOR. TO MEET ASTM C1028 STATIC COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION MIN. OF 0.6. X' 9. ERECT AND MAINTAIN. AS REQUIRED BY EXISTING FIELD CONDITIONS, THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE PORTION OF THE WORK, ALL SAFEGUARDS AND BARRICADES FOR SAFETY INCLUDING POSTING WARNING SIGNS, ENFORCING SAFETY REGULATIONS AND PROTECTION OF PROPERTY. WALL SECTION IDENTIFICATION x 10. CHECK ALL CEILING HEIGHTS AND POSSIBLE CEILING PLENUM CONDITIONS FOR XXX CLEARANCE OF DUCT -WORK AND ALL OTHER CONSTRAINTS TO ASSURE THE LOCATION OF THE LIGHT FIXTURES AS SHOWN ON THE LIGHTING PLAN. ANY DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK. TYPICAL DETAIL DESIGNATION CONTRACTOR TO POST AND MAINTAIN SIGNAGE FORBIDDING THE USE OF NICOTINE PRODUCTS THROUGOUT ALL PHASES OF CONSTRUCTION. NICOTINE PRODUCTS ARE DETAIL NUMBER NOT TO BE ALLOWED WITHIN THE PERIMETER OF THE BUILDING FOOTPRINT. X DRAWING NOTES: X• SHEET WHERE 1. DRAWINGS ARE NOT TO BE SCALED FOR INFORMATION. DETAIL IS SHOWN 2. ALL EXTERIOR WALLS ARE 2x6. 3. ALL INTERIOR WALLS ARE 2x4 EXCEPT AS NOTED. 4. ALL WALL THICKNESSES ARE ACTUAL 2x4 = 3-1/2", 2x6 = 5-1/2", 2x8 = 7-1/4", ETC. 5. THE SIZE AND QUANTITY OF ALL EXTERIOR STEPS ARE TO BE FIELD DETERMINED BY OTH RS. 6. ALL PLATE AND CEILING HEIGHTS ARE TAKEN FROM (TOP OF) HOUSE SLAB/BLOCK. 7. ALL ANGLES ARE 45` UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 8. NOTED DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. 9. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO FACE OF BLOCK OR STUD WALL. 10. ALL WOOD IN CONTACT WITH MASONRY, CONCRETE OR EARTH SHALL BE PRESSURE ,,TREATED APPROPRIATELY FOR THE CONDITION. _ 11. Fi = HAZARDOUS GLASS LOCATIONS. 12. VERIFY THE KITCHEN AND VANITY LAYOUTS WITH THE DETAILS DONE BY OTHERS. LE" 13. CEILING HEIGHTS ARE DIMENSIONED IN RELATIONSHIP TO THE FINISHED FLOOR AND/OR DECK, PROJECT LOCATION ATTACHMENTS NOT INCLUDED: 1. LEGAL SURVEY 2. TRUSS ENGINEERING 3. FLORIDA ENERGY SHEETS REVISIONS DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATE ❑ PRELIMINARY ❑ BID - SPERMIT 18.11.30 ❑CONSTRUCTION - 01 DEge N V t Ns JA S F FL ID H311 JOOST RESIDENCE - GARAGE 332 4TH STREET "? ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA 18.0140 REVISIONS N DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATE ❑ PRELIMINARY ❑ BID - ■PERMIT 18.11.30 ❑ CONSTRUCTION - -7 I'll 4, FLORIDA ` .•'yCJ JOOST RESIDENCE - GARAGE 332 4TH STREET ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA A1 01 3 ROOF PLAN A201 1/4" = 1'-0" 2 FOUNDATION PLAN Am 1 1/41' = 1'-0" M, 0 0 io co N M 1 j FLOOR PLAN - FIRST FLOOR Am 1 1/4" = 1'-0" A301 I i 1 A401 25 I --L� :r��—J • N -- �=�--mac' '•- •. - - ,_ ,' - •= I GARAQE A301 4i A. .1- TB rn I ol I 20' - 0" 1 I A301 i REVISIONS DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATE ❑ PRELIMINARY ❑ BID EPERMIT 18.11.30 ❑CONSTRUCTION - ��OR DES/G� A,S . •'. FLORI .' y III DOOR SCHEDULE - FIRST FLOOR DOOR NO. TYPE MFG. STYLE FINISH COMMENTS 101A 16'-0" x 7'-0" TBD MATCH =PAINT 101B 2'-8" x 8'-0" TBD MATCH I PAINT WINDOW SCHEDULE WINDOW SIZE HEAD HEIGHT TYPE COMMENTS A 2'-8" x 5'-0" 6' - 8" ° e .-_- d. r - __ _-_---°--.- d °� la J I 5 4" CONCRETE, REFER TO2'-0" ° f2'-0„74 v STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR MORE INFORMATION °.. =ON CONT. VAPOR BARRIER - •. OVER TREATED AND ' FILL ...:COMPACTED -. q - d a G -_ - <y, I.. as-, :- d_ - I .-a .. .a a• �- d a' a L--- —^-- --'-•— — --- ----- — ^�----J 2 FOUNDATION PLAN Am 1 1/41' = 1'-0" M, 0 0 io co N M 1 j FLOOR PLAN - FIRST FLOOR Am 1 1/4" = 1'-0" A301 I i 1 A401 25 I --L� :r��—J • N -- �=�--mac' '•- •. - - ,_ ,' - •= I GARAQE A301 4i A. .1- TB rn I ol I 20' - 0" 1 I A301 i REVISIONS DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATE ❑ PRELIMINARY ❑ BID EPERMIT 18.11.30 ❑CONSTRUCTION - ��OR DES/G� A,S . •'. FLORI .' y III DOOR SCHEDULE - FIRST FLOOR DOOR NO. TYPE MFG. STYLE FINISH COMMENTS 101A 16'-0" x 7'-0" TBD MATCH =PAINT 101B 2'-8" x 8'-0" TBD MATCH I PAINT WINDOW SCHEDULE WINDOW SIZE HEAD HEIGHT TYPE COMMENTS A 2'-8" x 5'-0" 6' - 8" AREA SCHEDULE GARAGE 400 SF 400 SF 400 SF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT )�ppROVED MOST RESIDENCE - GARAGE 332 4TH STREET ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA A201 18.0'140 REVISIONS •rc� DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATE ❑PRELIMINARY - OBID - MPERMIT 18.11.30 ❑ CONSTRUCTION - OR DES/G� FAMES RF+ i .. STATE:• AI �PF FAbRIDA .'y4) Sad JOOST RESIDENCE - GARAGE 332 4TH STREET ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA A202 i �1 4-1 RIGHT SIDE ELEVATION A301 1 1/4" = 1'-0" 2 REAR ELEVATION A301 1/4" = 1'-0" ELEVATION LEGEND NUMBERI DESCRIPTION 01 1 LAP SIDING 3 LEFT SIDE ELEVATION A301 1/4" = 1'-0" 1-1 FRONT ELEVATION A301 1/411 = 1'-0" E =FIRST FLOOR 9' - ill LJE FIRST FLOOR 0" _ GRADE. ri E - FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR�GiV�GD o„ 01 - GRADE (Gt11S REVISIONS DEsIGa� a ao o DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATE ❑PRELIMINARY �\pR •.'A �'"RFH•:� JOOST RESIDENCE - GARAGE A301 0BID - - •goy q - N PERMIT 1 s.11.30 '� 332 4TH STREET .. _ ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA o • ❑CONSTRUCTION - :, ' 18.0140 CUT HOUSE WRAP INTO MODIFIED i " PATTERN. WINDOWS AND FLASHING SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH FBC-R703.8 AND AMMA 711, 100, 200 AND FOLD THE BOTTOM AND SIDE FLAPS OVER AND BEHIND THE INTERIOR SIDE OF THE FRAMING 45° CUT CUT HOUSE WRAP AND FOLD INTO OPENING AT JAMBS. RUN A CONT. BEAD OF SEALANT ON i �` N THE BACK SURFACE (INT. FACE) OF THE MOUNTING FLANGE OF THE v FOLD THE BOTTOM AND SIDE FLAPS OVER AND BEHIND THE INTERIOR SIDE OF THE FRAMING 45° CUT CUT HOUSE WRAP AND FOLD INTO OPENING AT JAMBS. RUN A CONT. BEAD OF SEALANT ON �` N THE BACK SURFACE (INT. FACE) OF THE MOUNTING FLANGE OF THE WINDOW AT THE HEAD AND BOTH JAMBS. APPLY SEALANT IN LINE WITH ANY PRE -PUNCHED HOLES OR SLOTS IN THE MOUNTING FLANGE. CONNECT THE BEAD OF SEALANT L11 ACROSS ANY JOINERY ON THE WINDOW FRAME AT ALL FOUR CORNERS. APPLY A DISCONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT ON THE INT. SURFACE OF THE MOUNTING FLANGFASTEN THE WINDOW PERIMETER APPLY FLASHING OVER THE MOUNTING AT THE SILL. THE BEAD OF SEALANT SECURELY INTO POSITION FLANGES OF THE WINDOW AT BOTH SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM OF TWO 2" ACCORDING JAMBS. THE SELF -ADHERING FLASHING VOIDS NEAR THE ENDS ALLOWING TO THE MANUFACTURERS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 4" IN WIDTH ANY LIQUID THAT HAS ENTERED THE INSTRUCTIONS. AND EXTEND 1" BELOW THE BOTTOM OF WINDOW OPENING TO EXIT. THE SILL FLASHING AND 1/2" BELOW WHERE THE TOP EDGE OF THE HEAD FLASHING WILL BE INSTALLED. 1 TAPE TOP FLAP UP TEMPORARILY. APPLY HEAD FLASHING EXTENDING 1" BEYOND THE OUTSIDE EDGE OF OF THE FLASHING AT THE JAMBS. EXTERIOR WINDOW FLASHING DETAILS - WOOD ALL FLASHING SHALL BE SELF ADHERING AND ROLLED FLAT AND CUT HOUSE WRAP AND FOLD INTO OPENINGS AT TAPE TOP FLAP UP TEMPORARILY CUT SILL FLASHING THE LENGTH THE FLASHING SILL PAN SYSTEM OF THE SILL AND UP THE JAMBS SHALL COVER THE SILL TO AT LEAST 6" TO FORM AN END DAM. THE DEPTH OF THE WINDOW PLUS 2" ONTO THE FACE OF THE HOUSE WRAP DRAINAGE PLANE. RELEASE FLAP OF HOUSE WRAP OVER THE HEAD FLASHING AND COVER DIAGONAL CUT IN HOUSE WRAP WITH TAPE 2" LONGER THAN CUT. INSTALL DOOR SILL SEALNAT AT THRESHOLD PER MFG'S REQUIREMENTS, INSTALL DOOR PLUMB AND SQUARE co Ell F�q rl APPLY JAMB FLASHING TO BOTH APPLY HEAD FLASHING RELEASE TOP FLAP AND COVER SIDES OF DOOR, DOOR FRAME AND EXTENDING 10" BEYOND DIAGONAL CUT IN HOUSE WRAP HOUSE WRAP EXTENDING 8 1/2" BOTH DOOR JAMBS WITH TAPE 2" LONGER THAN CUT ABOVE DOOR HEAD EXTERIOR DOOR FLASHING ALL FLASHING SHALL BE SELF ADHERING AND ROLLED FLAT AND INSTALL SHIMS AS NEEDED TO MAINTAIN A MINIMUM OF 1/4" SPACING AROUND WINDOW FRAME. INSTALL BACKER ROD AS NEEDED TO AIR SEAL AROUND FRAME. USE SEALANT TO CREATE A BACK DAM TO DIRECT LIQUID TO THE OUTSIDE OF THE WINDOW AT THE SILL FLANGE. INSTALL SEALANT AROUND THE INTERIOR PERIMETER TO COMPLETE THE INSTALLATION. ARCHITECTURAL SHINGLE R^^� ^"'4C" FELT OVER 3/4" ROOF SHEA TRUSSES @ 24" O.0 METAL DRIP OVER FASCIA (MATCH MAIN HOUSE) OVEF 2x4 SUB -FASCIA CEMENTITOUS FRIEZE BOAF CEMENTITOUS LAP SIDING, BOARD (OR SIMILAR) OVER 1 RESISTIVE BARRIER AND 1/2 SHEATHING 1 WALL SECTION 01 A40i 3/4" = 1'-0" FLOO 9' - 1 " ATE W.B. FLOOR GRADE -611 REVISIONS `OR DESIG rn DRAWING PHASE ISSUE DATEJA ��� ••••• �.F'P o ❑PRELIMINARY JOOST RESIDENCE - GARAGE A401 (o ❑BID - :� ., 'I'a,' . '; r STATE � E �' Ty ' ATLANTIC332 4TH REET BEACH, FLORIDA °D N PERMIT 18.11.30 t N • ❑CONSTRUCTION - # o • M OF F �• •• FLORfCA4 • �� ,�'��N�atl•o�,� 1$.0140 0 M FLOUR ,4551RE V I AT I ON5 A.C.T. ACOUSTICAL CEILING TILE ADJ. ADJACENT A/C AIR CONDITIONING UNIT ALT. ALTERNATE ALUM. ALUMINUM AWN. AWNING WINDOW 5LK BLOCK 50T. BOTTOM BLDG. BUILDING B.U. BUILT-UP CAB. CABINET CPT. CARPET C.I. CAST IRON CL, CENTERLINE C.T. CERAMIC TILE C1U. COLD WATER CONC. CONCRETE CM.U. CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT CONT. CONTINUOUS C.J. CONTROL JOINT CFM. CUBIC FEET PER MINUTE DH. DOUBLE HUNG WINDOW DISP. DISPENSER DN. DOWN DWG. DRAWING EA EACH ELEC. ELECTRIC E.U.C. ELECTRIC WATER COOLER SILT FENCE w/ FILTER CLOTH (MIRAFI, POLYFILTER OR APPROVED EQUAL) ON WOOD STAKES * MAX. V-0" O.C. L. GRADE I` FENCE AFTER PLACING FENCE aim I. PLACE FENCE At ENTIRE PERIMETER OF SITE. 2. FENCE MAY BE REMOVED At WORK AREAS DURING WORK PERIOD, BUT SHALL BE REPLACED AT THE END OF WORK PERIOD. E.U.H. ELECTRIC WATER HEATER MIN. MINIMUM EL. ELEVATION N.I.C. NOT IN CONTRACT EXH. EXHAUST N.T,S. NOT t0 SCALE EXT. EXTERIOR O.C. ON CENTER F.G. FIBEI31-A68 OPNG. OPENING FIN. FINISH Pt PAINT FIN. CLG. FINISHED CEILING P.V.C. POLYVINYL CHLORIDE FIN. FLR FINISHED FLOOR P.T. PRESSURE TREATED F.D. FLOOR DRAIN Q.T. QUARRY TILE GALV. GALVANIZED REINF. REINFORCED GL. EK GLASS BLOCK WINDOW REQD. REQUIRED GWB GYPSUM WALL BOARD R RISER HDW. HARDWARE RD. ROOF DRAIN HGT. HEIGHT S.H. SINGLE HUNG WINDOW HORZ. HORIZONTAL SHT. SHEET H.5. HOSE 5155 SIM. SIMILAR H.W. HOT WATER SL SLOPE I.D. INSIDE DIAMETER SPEC. SPECIFICATIONS INSUL. INSULATION STL. STEEL JAN. JANITOR THK THICK JT. JOINT TaG TONGUE AND GROOVE LAM. LAMINATE (D) TYP. TYPICAL LAY. L wATORY VERT. VERTICAL M.O. MASONRY OPENING V.C.T. VINYL COMPOSITION TILE MATL. MATERIAL W.I.C. WALK-IN CLOSET MAX MAXIMUM WRGWB WATER RESISTANT GYPSUM WALLBOARD MECH. MECHANICAL W.WM, WELDED WIRE MESH MTL. METAL W.C. WATER CLOSET M.P. METAL PANEL UR URINAL RIND LOADS INDEX OF DfRAUJING5: AREA: WIND DESIGN PER FBC RESIDENTIAL 2011, TABLE R3012(2) BASIC WIND SPEED: WIND DESIGN METHOD: ASCE 1-10 IMPORTANCE FACTOR EXPOSURE CATEGORY: EXPOSURE CLASSIFICATION: MEAN ROOF HEIGHT ROOF ANGLE: (30-45 DEGREES) EDGE STRIP 130 MPH I C (544 COFF.) ENCLOSED 29 FT. 33169IDI DEGREES (8:12) 4.0 FT. COMPONENT AND CLADDING WIND LOADS HOUSE 1,811 SF. ZONE EFFECTIVE WIND AREA (SF) ADJUSTED WIND LOAD(PSF) 1 10 23.4 -252 1 20 22.1 -138 1 50 21B -22.4 1 100 21.1 -210 2 10 23.4 -294 2 20 22.1 -28.0 2 50 21B -26b 2 100 21.1 -252 3 10 23.4 -29.4 3 20 22.1 -28.0 3 50 21B -26b 3 100 21.1 -252 4 10 255 -26b 4 20 24.4 -26b 4 50 22.8 -238 4 100 21.1 -238 5 10 255 -3316 5 20 24.4 -280 5 50 22B -280 5 100 21.1 -210 DESIGN OF FASTENINGS OF WINDOWS AND DOORS IN THE WALL FRAMING IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE WINDOW / DOOR MANUFACTURER AND SHALL MEET THE COMPONENT AND CLADDING DESIGN WIND PRESSURES 5YM5OL_5 JOOST RESIDENCE 332 FOURTH STREET AT ANTIC B ACH,, F ORIDA (00.01 IN, 150'-01, EXISTING 51TFLAN SCALE: I I ---.------- _ -_I- ---.-- I I I B I ! I I I I I I I i I I I I I 60.0' N 90.0' ------------I�------------------ I I AIG CQ7'. AIG 001*. 51 -0I I SIDEYARD SETBACK I----------------------------------- TF I I r CoI I I' ® El I 11 I l f p U IN. `FLS.. l z O O I i® ,� m l ----------------------- Q I — ------ ILU o -Im 10'-0" SIDEYARD SETBACK® ------------ ---------------- -- I_ ------------- --- I ------ � - - - - - I ®®®- IG VEL BANDS (1009. PERVIOUS) v I_`_ — — — — I — — — — — — — — — GRAVEL BANDS (1001. PERVIOUS)— ' 1501-01, CV NORTH INDICATES DIRECTION OF NORTH DRAWING NlM1Bl°R SECTION X ,L1,_ SHEET NUMBER WHERE RECTION IS DRAIN x DRAWING NUM'I51°R DETAIL A- SHEET NUMBER WHERE DETAIL IS DRAIN A �- ELEVATION LETTER ELEVATIONS A-5 SHEET NUM 15ER WHERE C ELEVATION IS DRAWN DOOR OI DOOR NOMENCLATURE: t 3648 - 3'-6" x 4'-8" WINDOW ® WINDOW NOMENCLATURE:t 3648 = 3'-b" x 4'-8" IM=ERVI SURtACE CALCULATIONS: INDEX OF DfRAUJING5: AREA: EXISTING LOT 1,610 SF. ,620 S.F. HOUSE 1,811 SF. koll SF. Cow -RE D I 1,334 SR - AGGE S -0- -ID EQUIPMENT PADS 9 IS TOTAL IMPERVIOUS' ACE AREA 3,110 SF. 16 % IMPERVIOUS 41b % 2 Rf REQUIRED RETENTION - 0 REMAINING AREA - Ij39 S.F. NEW 57E FLAN INDEX OF DfRAUJING5: SCALE: 1/8" =1'-0" z T -i TITLE SHEET, SITE PLAN, DATA AIR CONDITIONED AREA A -I FIRST FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR = 1,169 SR A-2 SECOND FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR = 1,828 S.F. A-3 ELEVATIONS PORCHES, FIRST FLOOR = 129 SF. A-4 ELEVATIONS, ROOF PLAN MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT = 30'-11" A -S A-6 SECTIONS SECTIONS A-1 SECTIONS 5U LD INCA CODE 51J1V11 Ef R ' A-8 SEC IBECTIO s W 5-1 FOUNDATION PLAN, DETAILS 5-2 SECOND FLOOR FRAMING PLAN {� AFFL IGA LE CODE: S-3 ROOF FRAMING PLAN 5-4 NOTES, SCHEDULES FLORIDA RESIDENTIAL CODE 2011 E-1 FIRST FLOOR ELECTRICAL PLAN, LEGEND NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE 2011 E-2 SECOND FLOOR ELECTRICAL PLAN G�x e f, REVI IS ONS M. DA'I'S; OF ISSUE 1-5-16 DRAWN BY: HGP S1#L:F,T NO. J005T -1. 1-1039 z o P�, U M G7� M CSI � � W M z W m'VJ L:i G�x < r U x Q M. DA'I'S; OF ISSUE 1-5-16 DRAWN BY: HGP S1#L:F,T NO. J005T -1. 1-1039 I C u H IVA K9 15'-1014" 1 �Q tol A-5 4 = A/C COMP. A/C COMP. F ----------------- -----------I 3010 D N. 3010 D.H. I 3010 D.N, D.H. 3010 D.N. BRICK BELOW 30' - - - - - BENCH BENCH DIRECT VENT GAS FIREPLACE zzz---j Li L i j Q A� z GMA 1* IWOM - INTE15P SHEPR WALL INT NON-STRUCTURAL - / ROOM DIVIDER 2'-614 im'-214" 2'-614" V -11V 2'-0" 2'-041' 09 2' -1Y4'3' -ll:" 5'-(0 ACIV(..H ccl r2x(o < 2x4 STUDS 0 _ 9,8 05.4 D.H. 3054 D.H. SMOOTH STUCCO ON STUCCO VAPOR BARRIER w +- - ---------- -- --- ON V2"NOM. STRUCTURAL d SHEATHING ON 2x4 FRAMING PA R STE 4 PAVER S 3� 0 8'-214" i I I I412 I � E Lu I� 2'-0" f I I w a it L -JL -j -� --- PC L I 2 L ❑ j A COORDINATE r'--K+TCHEN-L-AY-061T--------, - � - - - - 0 Lu I r:-'KITH-FiNA,C KITCHEFI- - - - - - - - - - � � 61444R WALL ------- s o I I 2 ---- i DESIGN ISLAND ------ I A-9 I I I U i L.— — � I � I ❑ I I I I i MICRO. 41-011 UNDER Lu 41-011 U o t DO AS KI K STA ;- Q GAS OVEN / P, OF ROUGH UTILI I'-4" IES FOR � wo l RANGE w/ HOOD z HAND LEC �.---____--I---- --------------------------------- 3'-1441 3'-144' GAS O I ------------------- ------O❑ I T3� I 0 - SUMMER KIT ❑ EN SHOWERR FENCE ACIV(..H ccl r2x(o < 2x4 STUDS 0 _ 9,8 05.4 D.H. 3054 D.H. SMOOTH STUCCO ON STUCCO VAPOR BARRIER w +- - ---------- -- --- ON V2"NOM. STRUCTURAL d SHEATHING ON 2x4 FRAMING PA R STE 4 PAVER S 3� 0 8'-214" 0. i � I I412 I � E Lu I� 2'-0" f I I w a I � I x I 2 L U z � `c Lu s :)R 61444R WALL o I I 2 � S I A-9 I I I U i L.— — I -------- --- w � I ❑ I I I I i 0. 12'-4" 13'-6" PROPERTY LINE FI ST FLOOIR FLA SCALE: 1/4" =1'-0" A/C AREA = 1,169 SF. AREA UNDER ROOF = 2,315 SF. IMPERVIOUS SURFACE = 2,629 SF. rl- lL a e n - 4" 0 ROOF 0 DRAIN N �I � I I E Lu 2'-0" w a f-- x t� U z � `c Lu s o z 12'-4" 13'-6" PROPERTY LINE FI ST FLOOIR FLA SCALE: 1/4" =1'-0" A/C AREA = 1,169 SF. AREA UNDER ROOF = 2,315 SF. IMPERVIOUS SURFACE = 2,629 SF. rl- lL a e n - 4" 0 ROOF 0 DRAIN N `{ DEVE`o?kOl REVISIONS �I I E `{ DEVE`o?kOl REVISIONS ME DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: HGP SHEET NO. J005T A- li®39 M N w a x t� U z � `c z U w � U t� Q ME DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: HGP SHEET NO. J005T A- li®39 3 5ECONE) FLOOfP., FLAN SCALE: /7.11-011 A/C AREA - 1,828 SF, NIT`( DEV&OPOJ OOMMu p,PPROvED REVISIONS / DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: �P SHEET TN'O. J005T A-2 11039 c M W U w � ► � U W x C:) W H ro W N m L.J N Q F-9 rQ w U / DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: �P SHEET TN'O. J005T A-2 11039 c M C:) W N Q i rQ w U / DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: �P SHEET TN'O. J005T A-2 11039 35' WEIGHT LIMIT - SEAR ('50UTH) ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" =1'-0" 'METAL "ARTIST LAP SI'. SMOOT WALL E CG IBRICK RECES COARE 0 51D (,45T) ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" =1' -oll W IGWT LIMIT ONT (N(3T+) ELEV,4TICN, SCALE: 1/4" = I' -O" (ALL EXTERIOR TRIM TO 5E NON WOOD, ALL ELEVATIONS) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT APPROVED REVISIONS DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: SHEET NO. J005T A-3 ' li®39 z v v; W V CIO M z x N Q oo w W CU �" Lr J � U � DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: SHEET NO. J005T A-3 ' li®39 51DE (UJ5T) ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4"=V-0" OND FLOOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT APPROVED RF,VISIONS DATE OF ISSUE 6-i-18 DRAWN BY: H�zP SHEET NO. JOOST AA -4 �11039 z o rt v � W M r'1 M a U v x v x DATE OF ISSUE 6-i-18 DRAWN BY: H�zP SHEET NO. JOOST AA -4 �11039 i ON Cr-. Ix2 ON CF. 1x6 LID CF. SOFFIT, TYP. FIBER TRIM, CONT. F15ER TRIM, CONT. �RTISEW CEMENT 1 NOM. 1r2" ZIP SYSTEM ATKING ON 2x6 , TYP. :R TRIM, CONT. FIBER TRIM, CONT. FIBER TRIM, CONT. RT15EM" CEMENT NOMI. %a" ZIP SYSTEM ATKING ON 2x6 TYP. ALL AROUND 5E NOTED COURSE w/ METAL CONT ALL AROUND AX. 24" O.C. wl ALL FLASKING. FILL _ASKING w/ MORTAR, 0 I REVISIONS DATE OF ISSUE i-5-18 DRAWN BY: KGF SHEET NO. 10TH A-5 15©06 r� z O � l M CV � by I' w pa ova o z J r � U Q DATE OF ISSUE i-5-18 DRAWN BY: KGF SHEET NO. 10TH A-5 15©06 i r C3 �. 2x8 i'116" O.C. 5 12 PROVIDE CODE COMPLIANT STAIR GUARD RAILS, HANDRAILS AND RAILS AT LANDINGS. SEE FRC 8312.1 AND 83122 RAILING SELECTIONS TO BE BY OWNER 20 ST. — ADJUST RISERS TO ACCOMMODATE FIRST AND 3 S%/ SECOND FLOOR FINISHES AS SELECTED 35' HEIG=HT LIMIT METAL ROOFING ON GRACE ICE AND WATER SHIELD ON Y STRUCTURAL PANEL ON WOOD STRUCTURE is 24" O.C.; TYP. IL SEALED ATTIC � 5 3/4" T4G ADVANTEX PLYWOOD DECK GLUED AND NAILED TO PREENGINEERED FLOOR TRUSSES 0 16" O.C., TYP. t*ooi*N5UlLlDlNG S C f ®N DMMCs WOOD SPECIES: SILL PLATES ON CONIC. OR MASONRY - BORATE TREATED 5YP OTHER PLATES - SYP HEADERS - SYP. STUDS - SPRUCE PINE FIR MISC. - SPRUCE PINE FIR ALL FASTENERS CONTACTING ACQ TREATED LUMBER SHALL BE STAINLESS STEEL OR HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED. ifl IN5ULATI®N REQUIRES IENT5: (TYPICAL ALL FLOORS, WALLS AND ROOFS) 2x4 WOOD FRAMED WALL R -I3 BATT INSULATION 2x6 FRAMED WALLS R45 BATT INSULATION ALL ROOFS, INCLUDING PORCHES R-30 FOAMED IN PLACE WALLS AT ROOMS WITH WATER CLOSET R-13 BATT INSULATION AND ALL FIRST FLOOR CEILINGS (AS ACOUSTICAL INSULATION) 4" THICK 3000 PSI FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB ON 10 MIL PVC VAPOR BARRIER ON Sb% MODIFIED PROCTOR COMPACTED FILL w/ TERMITE TREATMENT, TYP. 4 0 METAL FLASHING ON CF. Ix2 ON CF. Ix6 ON CF. Ix4 =, SOLID CF. SOFFIT, TYP. — METAL FLASHING J"x 3'i2" GEMENT FIBER TRIM, CONT. J"x 31/7" CEMENT FIBER TRIM, CONT. 6" EXPOSURE "ARTISEN" CEMENT FIBER 51DING ON NOM. 1/2" ZIP 5Y5TEM STRUCTURAL 5HEATHING ON 2x6 STUDS s 16" O.C., TYP. META!_ .�: ASH!NG V. -- — bt4' x;, 2" CEMENT FIBER TRIM, CONT. 3/4"x 51/2" CEMENT FIBER TRIM, CONT. J"x 31/2" CEMENT FIBER TRIM, CONT. 6" EXPOSURE "ARTISEN" CEMENT FIBER SIDING ON NOM. 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM STRUCTURAL SHEATHING ON 2x6 STUDS a 16" O.C., TYP. NOTES TYPICAL ALL AROUND ' UNLESS OTHERWI5E NOTED SLOPED HEADER COURSE w/ METAL FLASHING ABOVE, CONT ALL AROUND WEEP HOLES Q MAX. 24" O.C. w/ FLEXIBLE THRU WALL FLASHING. FILL CAVITY BELOW FLASHING w/ MORTAR, ramm"I'Milipozo REVISIONS K -m DATE OF ISSUE i-5-18 DRAWN BY: NGP SIIEET NO. 10TH A-6 15006 w M z L U Q Aa r � J� J J Q K -m DATE OF ISSUE i-5-18 DRAWN BY: NGP SIIEET NO. 10TH A-6 15006 SJ 5 COURSE w/ METAL 4 CONT ALL AROUND Ax. 24" O.C. w/ ALL FLASHING. FILL -ASHING w/ MORTAR, C rREVISIONS �cm DA'L'E OF ISSUE 1-5-I8 DRAWN BY: NCzP SHEET' NO. 10TH A-7 150®6 z 0 1r/ M ry w w x �cm DA'L'E OF ISSUE 1-5-I8 DRAWN BY: NCzP SHEET' NO. 10TH A-7 150®6 METAL ROOFING ON GRACE ICE AND WATER SHIELD ON 5ke" STRUCTURAL PANEL ON WOOD STRUCTURE is 24" O.C., TYP. 12 AL 4 SEALED ATTIC a" €" 1 &, — V' SMOOTH FNISH STUCCO, %' SCRATCH, " ❑ BROWN AND ]/e' FMISH COATS, ON PAPER BACKED STUCCO ON TYVEK STUCCO UNDERLAYMENT OR OTHER APPROVED SYSTEM, ON Vz' NOM. STRUCTURAL SHEATHING ON 2x4 STUDS B 16' O.C. ADJUST TOP OF SLAB AND l DOW FIN. FLOOR RISERS TO ACCOMMODATE Lai 3i4" T 4G ADVANTEX PLYWOOD DECK GLUED AND NAILED TO PREENIGINEERED FLOOR TRUSSES m 16" O.C., TYP. i 4" THICK 3000 PSI FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB ON 10 MIL PVC VAPOR BARRIER ON 96% MODIFIED PROCTOR COMPACTED FILL wl TERMITE TREATMENT, TYP. rEVISIONS i L��, 7 C Q L F M � C'J rTl o w V ¢ LD w C4 DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: HCsP v SHEET NO. 0TH A-8 5006 e'RDEVISIONS 'CO, %" SCRATCH, COATS, ON PAPER YVEK STUCCO 'HER APPROVED MUCTURAL DS016"O.C. FIN. FLOOR m DA'I'S OF ISSUE i-5-18 DRAWN BY: HCaP z 0 L) � W f Ti N � r Z SCO, No SCRATCH, 3/8" x Q � x � U COATS, ON PAPER a" v 1'VEK STUCCO L7 W o HER APPROVED Z w rRucTURAL a Q Q x FIN. FLOOR m DA'I'S OF ISSUE i-5-18 DRAWN BY: HCaP ELECTRICAL LEGEND SWITCH, SINGLE POLE SWITCH, THREE-WAY 4 SWITCH, FOUR-WAY SWITCH, RHEOSTAT IIOV DUPLEX OUTLET 44 110V DUPLEX OUTLET w/ MOUNTING HEIGHT 110V DUPLEX OUTLET, WATERPROOF F 110V DUPLEX OUTLET, FLOOR MOUNTED G 110V DUPLEX OUTLET, CEILING MOUNTED IIOV DUPLEX OUTLET, HALF SWITCHED (IY 110V DUPLEX OUTLET ON DEDICATED CIRCUIT 220V OUTLET 110V DUPLEX OUTLET, ARC FAULT IIOV DUPLEX OUTLET, ARC FAULT, HALF SWITCHED L 110V DUPLEX OUTLET, GFI EXHAUST FAN AL EXHAUST FAN w/ LIGHT OO JUNCTION BOX ® CEILING SPEAKER BY SYSTEMS CONTRACTOR © DOOR CHIME BUTTON © DOOR CHIME ® SMOKE / CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR Im®Yv COMBINATION PHONE TV OUTLET 0 PHONE Zv TV, CABLE 0 LIGHT FIXTURE, CEILING MOUNTED, CAN TYPE, LED BULB LIGHT FIXTURE, CEILING MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE, WALL MOUNTED V LIGHT FIXTURE, WALL MOUNTED FLUORESCENT F-� LIGHT FIXTURE, UNDER CABINET MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE, 2-45" BULB FLUORESCENT LIGHT FIXTURE, RECESSED STEP 11=PANEL5OARD,12" TO TOP LM DISCONNECT, 12" TO TOP CEILING FAN w/ LIGHT KIT t CEILING FAN w/o LIGHT 84" CEILING FAN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE COMPLETE SMOKE / CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR SYSTEM AS REQUIRED BY CODE ALL ELECTRICAL WIRING SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 2011 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE. PROVIDE ARC -FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTERS IN ALL BEDROOMS PER ARTICLE 210-12. 1009. OF FIXTURES SHALL BE BULGED WITH HIGH -EFFICACY BUL55 AS DEFINED BY FBC-EVER 3Y 8404 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL MOUNT AND LABEL ALL DEVISE BOXES FOR OWNER APPROVAL PRIOR TO DRILLING FOR AND PULLING WIRE. F---------------------------------7 D FlfRF FLOOfR ELECTR,1GAL FLAN SCALE: V4":I'-0" 0 REVISIONS DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: HGP SHEETNO. J005T E- 1 liQ�39 M � o W x14 U � � � w x x U DATE OF ISSUE 1-5-18 DRAWN BY: HGP SHEETNO. J005T E- 1 liQ�39 REVISIONS DATE, OF ISSUE i-5-18 DRAWN BY: lllNCs SHEET NO. J005T E-2 z 0 W f,i j� M W t Qw r � 7 c� Cy c� DATE, OF ISSUE i-5-18 DRAWN BY: lllNCs SHEET NO. J005T E-2 0-Ai 4. Revision Request/Correction to Comments **ALL INFORMATION HIGHLIGHTED IN : . T City of Atlantic Beach Building Department GRAY IS REQUIRED. `1 800 Seminole Rd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 ` � i�?.. Phone: (904) 247-5826 Email: Building-Dept@coab.us PERMIT#: Cy /� Z I Revision to Issued Permit OR Corrections to omments Date:`&P vZ/p?a/fi Project Address: 0 ici,r- 4/ e3.727_35 Contractor/Conta t Name: Aio 4�c&i G. ft% 4.. Contact Phone: 9(:),(4 d-57-5-5&) Email: aefG4 Descriptioni7 J onof Proposed Revision/Corrections: -( /0.e I akiihie affirm the revision/correction to comments is inclusive of the proposed changes. (printe ame) • Wi proposed revision/corrections add additional square footage to original submittal? No ❑ Yes(additional s.f.to be added: _ ) • W' proposed revision/corrections add additional increase in buildinv alue t. iginal submittal? i No ❑*Yes(additional increase in building value:$ ) (Contractor must sign if increase in valuation) *Signature of Contractor/Agent: / (Office Use Only) ❑ Approved ❑ Denied ❑ Not Applicable to Department Permit Fee Due$ ' — t4aK /Revision/Plan Review Comments :a'u 51 c1(-er P 6 Svrvey Livae –1-1._ • Pe v YIN t-¢ A vivt.13.e r- -1-0 . Department Review Required: 'A-rani-ling&Zoning r Reviewed By Tree Administrator Public Works Public Utilities ;—2 2.-c70!9 Public Safety Date Fire Services Updated 10/17/18 FORM BOARD/STEMWALL ELEVATION CERTIFICATE OFFICE COPY DATE PERMIT NUMBER 02/21/2019 Qt-S /t? ' c 3 979 PROPERTY INFORMATION ADDRESS 332 4TH ST, ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 LEGAL DESCRIPTION LOTS 11 & TOGETHER WITH A PART OF LOT 13, BLOCK 5, ATLANTIC BEACH SUBDIVISION "A"; PB 5, PG 69; RE#169816-0000 ELEVATIONS REQUIRED FINISHED FLOOR ELEVATION ON CITY APPROVED SITE PLAN & DATUM 10.8 NAVD 1988 ACTUAL ELEVATION OF FORM BOARD, STEMWALL OR GRADE STAKE & DATUM 10.9 NAVD 88 - HOUSEI GARAGE - 10.2 NAVD 1988 ' SURVEY COMPANY CONTACT & SIGNATURE BOATWRIGHT LAND SURVEYORS, INC - LB 3672 1500 ROBERTS DRIVE, JACKSONVILLECH, FL 32250 PHONE: 904-241-8550 SIGNATURE OF SURVEYOR: _ DQ,NN W BOATWRIGHT, PSM - LS 3295 FORM BOARD/STEMWALL ELEVATION CERTIFICATE DATE PERMIT NUMBER 02/21/2019 PROPERTY INFORMATION ADDRESS 332 4TH ST, ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 LEGAL DESCRIPTION LOTS 11 & TOGETHER WITH A PART OF LOT 13, BLOCK 5, ATLANTIC BEACH SUBDIVISION "A"; PB 5, PG 69; RE#169816-0000 ELEVATIONS REQUIRED FINISHED FLOOR ELEVATION ON CITY APPROVED SITE PLAN & DATUM 10.8 NAVD 1988 ACTUAL ELEVATION OF FORM BOARD, STEMWALL OR GRADE STAKE & DATUM [0.9 NAVD 88 - HOUSEI GARAGE - 10.2 NAVD 1988 SURVEY COMPANY CONTACT & SIGNATURE BOATWRIGHT LAND SURVEYORS, INC - LB 3672 1500 ROBERTS DRIVE, JACKSONVILLE CH, FL 32250 PHONE: 904-241-8550 SIGNATURE OF SURVEYOR: D.ONN W::BOATWRIGHT, PSM - LS 3295