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This presentation provides information on truss submittal packages.

While the perception of floor vibrations is subjective from one person to the next, overall floor systems which exhibit lower deflections and less acceleration from vibration sources tend to be perceived better than other designs. To accomplish this, the designer may elect to do one or a combination of things, covered in this report.

This presentation provides information and analysis of fire retardant-treated wood and metal plate connected wood truss designs.

This report discusses ways of increasing the energy efficiency requirements of the building envelope within the context of the requirements of the 2009, 2012 and 2015 International Residential Code (IRC) and IECC for ceiling insulation and truss heel heights.

Roughly 60 years after their inception, roof trusses are well-established in the market, a cornerstone of residential framing. Their natural counterpart, floor trusses, are quite possibly the most misunderstood product offered by our industry.

This presentation provides information on floor loading for metal plate connected wood trusses.

“More often than  not, if it’s a flat roof, it has a green roof on it.”

 

This presentation provides information on cantilevered sill plates and use with metal plate connected wood trusses.

This presentation provides information on overdriven nails in structural sheathing.

This presentation provides information on heel blocking requirements and related analysis.