floor framing

floor framing

[′flōr ‚frām·iŋ]
(building construction)
Floor joists together with their strutting and supports.
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Floor framing: Missing anchor bolts and sheeting nails, missing joist
Normally, I would be concerned about the floor framing over these two rooms having been exposed for over 100 years to this high level of humidity.
He began by constructing the floor framing from 6" channel aluminum.
And look above--look at the floor framing. Open-web floor trusses.
For engineered wood floor framing members, the IBC (International Code Council [ICC] 2012a) and International Residential Code (IRC; ICC 2012b) simply direct designers to follow manufacturer's specifications for engineered wood products such as I-joists when designing with proprietary products.
Carpentry and masonry (Military Occupational Specialty 12W) AIT is taught in two phases--A and B--that cover the basics of concrete construction, drawing and plan interpretation, masonry, wall framing, floor framing, door and window installation, and a few other carpentry tasks.
Burn pattern analysis indicated the fire origin was in the framing behind the brickwork (as shown by the arrow), with the fire developing upward into the second floor framing. Investigators discovered a construction defect: the seal between the firebox and lintel was non-existent and thus allowed hot gases to escape upward into the framing cavity above.
* Deck blocks to raise floor framing off the ground
The architects removed the existing wood floor framing and replaced it with a long-span concrete deck.
Screw the outside panels for the Front and Back into the sides of the floor framing, flush with the bottom edge of the floor.
The diagrid of the roof appears in the floor framing and is also allowed to cut into the ceiling battens in a slightly fussy way.