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b. Size or schedule references for all horizontal framing elements such as beams,
joists, purlins, slabs, headers, decks, grating, etc.
c. Control, expansion, and construction joints.
d. Openings requiring special framing or reinforcing.
e. Location of splices, brackets, penetrations, sleeves, embedments, bracing,
weldments, etc.
f. Other special requirements, such as equipment clearances, travel distances for
hoists and cranes, etc.
g. Catwalks, ceiling framing lower chord bracing and other intermediate level
framing shall generally be shown on separate framing plans.
h. Show diaphragm reinforcing, diaphragm chords and diaphragm truss layouts.
i. Indicate locations of special connection and special reinforcing.
j. Indicate locations of vertical lateral load resisting elements.
k. Identify collector (drag) members and detail special connections to transfer drag
loads between elements.
7.5.4.4 Elevations
a. Layout of vertical framing elements showing all dimensions, orientations and
elevations necessary for construction.
b. Size or schedule references for all vertical framing elements such as columns,
walls, piers, beams, bracing, etc.
c. Wall panel layouts including control/expansion/construction joints.
d. Openings requiring special framing or reinforcing.
e. Location of splices, brackets, penetrations, sleeves, embedments, bracing,
weldments, girts, lintels, headers, etc.
f. Other special requirements such as equipment clearances, travel distances for
hoists and cranes, etc.
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