load-bearing wall


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load-bearing wall

A wall capable of supporting an imposed load in addition to its own weight. See also: half-timbered wall

load-bearing wall

A wall capable of supporting an imposed load in addition to its own weight.
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First, you've got to line up load-bearing walls directly over supports and provide solid blocking or vertical squash-blocks to transfer the load around the web of the wood-I.
The shell was kept and carefully restored, while the interior was demolished except for the first floor structure and the load-bearing walls. Organisation of the interior spaces responds to the pattern of the original walls.
To replace the load-bearing walls, he installed 4-by-4 posts and 4-by-10 headers.
- about 4 400 m 2 demolition and disposal of floor coverings with screed, - about 5 500 m 2 demolition and disposal of suspended ceilings, - about 1 000 m 2 demolition and disposal of non-projecting walls mw, - about 330 m 2 demolition and disposal of load-bearing walls mw, - approx.
the load-bearing walls are to be designed as stb or sand-lime brick walls.
An object designed in a classic construction system with a supporting structure of AB vertical and horizontal armchairs, AB ceiling panels, load-bearing walls, according to static calculation.
The roof is designed as a reinforced concrete flat roof: 3 000 m 3 excavation pit construction (excavation and backfilling), 150 m 3 shallow foundations of reinforced concrete, 20 pieces deep foundations by means of well rings, 1 000 m 2 reinforced concrete floor slabs, 2 200 m 2 load-bearing walls of reinforced concrete, 600 m 2 non-protruding masonry walls, 2 800 m 2 ceiling tiles.
The load-bearing walls should as stb or kalksandsteinwnde to be carried out.