01.410.1401: Allowable Construction Tolerances
01.410.1311: Elevations – Movement Joint Layout
01.410.0401: Face Brick – Allowable Distortion
01.410.0311: Elevations – Mortar Joint Material Takeoff
01.410.0301: Mortar Joint Tolerances
01.410.0101: Full Head Joints
Architects are always challenged with providing strong and durable, yet economical buildings. This is especially true when the building being designed represents fire safety for the community. Designing the new East Providence Fire Station was no different. Architects from The Providence Partnership selected brick, stone and cement stucco masonry as the materials of choice for the exterior veneer because of their strength, durability, and reputation as the safest building materials in the industry.
01.160.0201: Chimney Detail This chimney cutaway shows the relationships between the clay flue liner (which is set in fireclay mortar), brick infill, face brick, and roof construction, with required separation from combustible materials. The chimney cap is cast-in-place reinforced concrete, with flashing below. Baby tins and counterflashing (not shown) resist moisture intrusion where the chimney…