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Wall-opening frames, if made from Standard Structural Shapes and/or plates and attached to the Structural Steel frame. Wedges, if permanent. Commentary: The Fabricator normally fabricates the items listed in Section 2.1. Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION 7
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APPENDIX PAGE 46 Such items must be shown, sized and described in the structural Design Drawings. Bracing includes vertical bracing for resistance to wind and seismic load and structural stability, horizontal bracing for floor and roof systems and permanent stability bracing for com- ponents of the Structural Steel frame. 2.2. Other Steel, Iron or Metal Items Structural Steel shall not include other steel, iron or metal items that are not generally described in Section 2.1, even where such items are shown in the structural Design Drawings or are attached to the Structural Steel frame. Other steel, iron or metal items include but are not limited to: Bearings, if non-steel. Cables for permanent bracing or suspension systems. Castings. Catwalks. Chutes. Cold-formed steel products. Cold-rolled steel products, except those that are specifically covered in the AISC Specification. Corner guards. Crane rails, splices, bolts and clamps. Crane stops, if not made from Standard Structural Shapes or plates. Door guards. Embedded steel parts, other than bearing plates, that do not receive Structural Steel or that are embedded in precast concrete. Expansion joints, if not attached to the Structural Steel frame. Flagpole support steel. Floor plates (checkered or plain), if not attached to the Structural Steel frame. Forgings. Gage-metal products. Grating. Handrail. Hangers, if not made from Standard Structural Shapes, plates Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION 8
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PAGE 47 APPENDIX and/or rods or not framing Structural Steel to Structural Steel. Hoppers. Items that are required for the assembly or erection of materials that are furnished by trades other than the Fabricator or Erector. Ladders. Lintels, if not attached to the Structural Steel frame. Masonry anchors. Miscellaneous metal. Ornamental metal framing. Pressure vessels. Reinforcing steel for concrete or masonry. Relieving angles, if not attached to the Structural Steel frame. Roof screen support frames, if not made from Standard Structural Shapes. Safety cages. Shear stud connectors, if specified to be field installed. Stacks. Stairs. Steel deck. Steel (open-web) joists. Steel joist girders. Tanks. Toe plates. Trench or pit covers. Commentary: Section 2.2 includes many items that may be furnished by the Fabricator if contracted to do so by specific notation and detail in the Contract Documents. When such items are contracted to be pro- vided by the Fabricator, coordination will normally be required between the Fabricator and other material suppliers and trades. The provisions in this Code are not intended to apply to items in Section 2.2.
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