Drawings shall indicate extent and general assembly details of the
metal roofing and sidings. Members and connections not indicated
on the drawings shall be designed by the Contractor in accordance
with the manufacturer's standard details. The Contractor shall
comply with the dimensions, profile limitations, gauges and
fabrication details shown on the drawings. Modification of
details will be permitted only when approved by the Owner. Should
the modifications proposed by the Contractor be accepted by the
Owner, the Contractor shall be fully responsible for any re-design
and re-detailing of the building construction effected.
Low Rigid Frame. The building shall be single gable type with the
roof slope not to exceed one on six.
Primary Structural Framing. The primary structural framing
includes the main transverse frames and other primary load carrying
members and their fasteners.
Secondary Structural Framing. The secondary structural framing
includes the girts, roof purlins, bridging, eave struts, and other
miscellaneous secondary framing members and their fasteners.
Roof and Wall Covering. The roof and wall covering includes the
exterior ribbed metal panel having a minimum depth of one and
one-half inches, neoprene closure, fasteners and sealant.
Roof Slope. The roof of the building shall have a maximum slope
not to exceed one on six.
The bay spacing shall not exceed 20 feet.
Column Shape. Main frame and endwall columns shall be constant
depth; tapered columns will not be permitted.
Calculations. The Contractor shall submit for review complete
design calculations for all work, sealed by a registered
Structural Analysis. The structural analysis of the primary and
secondary framing and covering shall be based on linear elastic
behavior and shall accurately reflect the final configuration of
the structure and all tributary design loadings.
Basic Design Loads.