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Project Number 1 Section 06110 Heritage May 2003 Wood Framing SECTION 06110 WOOD FRAMING PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Includes But Not Limited To 1. Furnish and install wood framing and blocking as described in Contract Documents. B. Products Installed But Not Supplied Under This Section 1. Miscellaneous structural steel elements 2. Wood trusses 3. Glue-laminated structural units 4. Laminated veneer lumber 5. Wood ‘I’ joists C. Related Sections 1. Section 05129 - Furnishing of miscellaneous structural steel 2. Sections Under 06050 Heading - Basic Wood And Plastics Materials And Methods 3. Section 06171 - Furnishing of laminated veneer lumber 4. Section 06174 - Furnishing of wood 'I' joists 5. Section 06175 - Furnishing of wood trusses 6. Section 06182 - Furnishing of glue-laminated structural units 7. Section 06431 - Wood stair treads and risers 1.2 REFERENCES A. Truss Plate Institute 1. 2. TPI Pamphlet ‘DSB-89 Recommended Design Specification for Temporary Bracing of Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses’ 1.3 SUBMITTALS A. Quality Assurance / Control 1. Technical and engineering data on nails to be set by nailing guns for Architect's approval of types proposed to be used as equivalents to specified hand set nails and adjusted number and spacing of pneumatically-driven nails to provide equivalent connection capacity. 2. Copies of pamphlets specified in REFERENCE Article. After Architect's examination, keep pamphlets on Project site with approved shop drawings. Pamphlets may be obtained from Truss Plate Institute or from Truss Fabricator. 1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Pre-Installation Conference 1. Schedule pre-installation conference immediately before beginning framing work. 2. Review items such as - a. Equipment and gypsum board blocking in wood framed walls b. Operable partition headers c. Shear walls and struts d. Nailing requirements e. Truss installation f. Connections 1.5 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING A. Protect lumber and plywood and keep under cover in transit and at job site.
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Project Number 2 Section 06110 Heritage May 2003 Wood Framing B. Do not deliver material unduly long before it is required. C. Store lumber and plywood on level racks and keep free of ground to avoid warping. Stack to insure proper ventilation and drainage. D. Handle and store wood trusses in accordance with 'HIB-91' except trusses may be unloaded by dumping if trusses are shipped horizontally, are rolled off low profile roller bed trailer, and no part of any truss is required to drop more than 18 inches. PART 2 PRODUCTS 2.1 MATERIALS A. Dimension Lumber 1. Meet requirements of PS 20-70 and National Grading Rules for softwood dimension lumber. 2.
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