02.010.0313: Base of Wall - Single Wythe Block, Proprietary Flashing/Weeps This detail shows an 8” (nominal) split face concrete masonry (CMU) wall, base of wall condition. A proprietary system of flashing and weeps resides at the bottom of the cells, with mesh inserts to keep mortar from interfering with water exiting the wall through the [...]
02.010.0301: Foundation Dowel Alignment This detail shows a concrete masonry (CMU) wall in partial longitudinal section. In case the foundation dowels do not coincide with the center of the CMU cells, dowels may be bent 1” laterally for every 6” vertically. Vertical reinforcement overlaps the dowels to achieve sufficient development strength per structural design. DOWNLOAD [...]
02.120.1101: Column Connection Details - Option 1 This detail shows a the connection of a loadbearing CMU wall to a steel column as part of a hybrid masonry and steel structural system. The CMU is anchored to the column with a 16 ga. x 1 1/2" wide strap anchor. Fireproofing on the steel is not [...]
02.010.1311: Control Joint This detail shows a vertical control joint at intersecting CMU walls. The debonded shear anchor ties the walls together, but also allows the intersecting wall to shrink back from the continuous wall, as the anchor moves along its track. There is horizontal joint reinforcement at 16" o.c. vertically in the wall (not [...]
09.070.0101: Stucco Assembly - Direct Applied, Concrete Masonry This detail shows a three coat Portland cement stucco assembly direct-applied to a backup of concrete masonry with flush joints. A 1/4" scratch coat and 1/2" brown coat make up the base coat, with a finish coat on the surface. DOWNLOAD DETAILDynamic 3D Detail Explore this detail [...]
02.020.0201: Vertical Cantilever Wall This partition detail shows a vertical cantilever condition. The wall is anchored at the base with a vertical dowel into the slab. There is a gap at the top of the wall to allow for deflection of the structure above. Horizontal joint reinforcement and vertical reinforcement are shown. Top and bottom [...]
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