steel joist

steel joist

In a building, any steel structural member that is composed of hot-rolled or coldformed solid or open-web sections of steel or welded bars, strip- or sheet-steel members, or slotted, expanded, or otherwise deformed rolled sections of steel.
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The process comprises a plurality of deck straps used to structurally bridge the new roof deck/assembly to the top of the main open-web steel joist system typically found in the warehouse building typology.
Composite section behavior is achieved when connecting steel joist to the reinforced concrete slab that it supports, so that the two parts act as a unit.
A Jack Arch roof is usually formed with number of 4.5 inches thick brick masonry segmental arch of 6-9 inches rise from centre for 4 - 6 feet span supported by Rolled Steel Joist (RSJ) spanned over shorter dimension of room from wall to wall.
QWE had a reinforced steel joist put in when our extension was built 12 years ago.
Some of their in-stock products include stainless steel joist hangers, framing connectors, screws, loose & collated nails, bolts, lags, threaded rod, staples & more.
Beginning with an overview of low rise building systems, including definitions of terms and design requirements, the resource covers load and load paths for low rise structures; structural materials; specifications for steel, masonry and structural timber designs; and special considerations for open-web steel joist systems.
If you covet a new deck that's absolutely billiard-table flat, won't show waves in the decking, and doesn't feature ugly green wood from the underside, you have to take a look at Elevations, the new steel joist system from Trex.
Pfister Energy, a turnkey solar and renewable energy system installer, announced that the Bergen County Parking Garage Solar Canopy project, a project spearheaded by Pfister Energy, has been awarded the Steel Joist Institute's 2011 Design Award.
Allen Canning Co.'s new facility recently won an honorable mention in the Steel Joist Institute's 2009 Design Awards.
Mr Fenton died after being crushed by a slab of concrete when a roof he was demolishing crashed down because a steel joist had been removed, leaving the parapet without support, the court heard.
"In order to remove the wall, the engineers calculated that we needed a massive reinforced steel joist, so I figured that with a few able-bodied men we should manage the job ourselves.