Footings Manual: Pre-designed Foundation and Anchorage for Single Story Buildings: Pre-designed Foundations and Anchorage for Low-Rise Buildings
Complete, shovel-ready construction plans and design information for single story footings and foundations of any size, using any materials
Single story buildings often have shallow foundations, called “:footings,”: that transfer weight to the ground. Engineers must design these footings, along with a reinforced concrete foundation. This is an arduous process, requiring a great deal of time and many complex calculations. Footings Manual: Pre-designed Foundations and Anchorage for Single Story Buildings simplifies this process and helps save you time and money while increasing efficiency and quality.
This practical guide offers pre-calculated design tables and ready-to-build construction plans―:all requiring minimal to no math. Materials specs are included to assist you in accurate budgeting and estimating. All plans include data for multiple concrete strengths and varying loads―:not just gravity―:and are applicable to single story structures of any size. You’:ll also get soil data, welding information, and design aides for reinforcing bars.
- Features pre-calculated tables, diagrams, and ready-to-build plans
- All data is based on the latest 2015 International Building Code
- Designs include options for multiple strengths of concrete, and for all types of loads
*An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
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|# of Devices||Unlimited|
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- PDF | 256 pages
- Gilliam Harris (Author), Robert B. Paullus (Author)
- McGraw-Hill Professional (1 April 2016)
- Science Nature
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