Mezzanine Data - VP Buildings

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A Division of BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc.


O
RDER
C
LARIFICATIO
N
F
ORM

Issued: 0
4
/0
6
/2010

Rev.
1
:

Page
1

of
2

FMEN0
401

MEZZANINE DATA

Project Number:






Answered By:






Date:






Please provide the following information along with a mezzanine layout. Include openings, stairs,
independent columns, beams, joists, etc., and
the extent of the mezzanine relative to the building grid.


H

F

A = Top of
FLOOR

C

D

E

B

G

FINISHED

FLOOR

6” MIN.


I. CRITICAL DIMENSIONS

“A”

Elevation of mezz. from fin. floor:







“B”

Total thick. of deck & topping:








“C”

Top of joist from fin. f
loor (A
-
B):







“D”

Min. clearance from floor to joist:







“E”

Joist seat depth or wood joist depth:







“F”

Clearance from mezz. floor to rafter:







“G”

Clear under mezz. beam (if req’d):







“H”

Mezz. beam depth (if req’d):









Most economical

Hold depth

Max. depth

II
.
LOADING and DEFLECTION INFORMATION


Loading Type

and Live/Partition Load(s)
:



Office


Live Load:








Partition Load:






psf

Incl. in LL

NOT incl. in LL



(IBC
minimum

Office LL is 50 psf w/o partition loading with 100 psf required for lobbi
es, corridors and stairs.)



(IBC partition
minimum

is 15 psf or actual weight of partitions
,

if LL is 80 psf or less.

Not req’d for LL > 80 psf.
)



Storage


Live Load:






(IBC minimum for Light Storage is 125 psf.)



Other Type:








Live Load:







Dead, Collateral and Concentrated Loads:


Floor Dead Load:







psf (Include joists, bridging, deck, topping, p.c. planks, plywood, etc.)


Framing Dead

Load:







psf (NOT required if framing is by Building Supplier.)


Floor Collateral Load:







psf


Suspended Ceiling

Sprinklers

Lights

Ducts





Other







Concentrated or moving loads?
(
Stairs
, masonry walls, forklifts, mech. units, conveyors, moveable partitions, etc.)





No


Yes (Please specify)







Deflection Criteria:

Applies to beams and joists


Live Load: Span/360
and

Total Load: Span/240










Other (Provide):







Roof Load:


Is there a suspended ceiling above the mezzanine?


No


Yes

-







psf required to be added to roof

I
I
I.
GENERAL

INFORMATION


Framing layout:


Building Supplier can optimize framing layout


Frame as indicated on plan


Independent me
zzanine

columns:


None


By
Building Supplier


By Others


Are flange braces allowed at exterior columns?


Yes


No



If No, where are flange braces
not

allowed?


Full column height


Below mezzanine


Above Mezzanine



Show specific areas of the mezzanine where flange braces are not allowed if this does not apply to the full


mezzanine area.


Rod or Portal Frame Bracing for seismic loads allowed to floor

at interior columns?


Yes


No


Edge of mezzanine at exterior walls:






inches from Building Line.


Extend mezzanine






inches past beams at interior edges. Provide additional information

if necessary.


Framed openings required in floor?



Yes


No



If Yes, please provide specific sizes and locations, including
clear

dimensions.



A Division of BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc.


O
RDER
C
LARIFICATIO
N
F
ORM

Issued: 0
4
/0
6
/2010

Rev.
1
:

Page
2

of
2

FMEN0
401


MEZZANINE DATA

IV. FRAMING

INFORMATION


Primary

Mezzanine
Framing:




Mezzanine
B
eams:


By Building Supplier





By Others


Provide reactions to the Building Supplier’s columns, including seismic.



Is Building Supplier to provide holes for framing?


Yes


No



If Yes, provide connection information including hole size, locations
, etc.




Masonry/Concrete Walls:


Yes


No




Other framing
/support

condition:







Secondary Mezzanine Framing




Joists:


By Building Supplier


By Others



Joist spacing:






o.c.



Can the joist spacing be adjusted by Design?


Yes


No




J
unior
B
eams:


By Building Supplier


By Others



Junior Beam spacing:






o.c.



Can the junior beam spacing be adjusted by Design?


Yes


No




Wood
Joists

By Others

(Building Supplier
is
NOT responsible for the wood design or attachment.)




Are holes for 1/2


diameter bolts

required for attaching a 2x nailer?



Yes


No




If Yes, what hole spacing is re
quired?









Pre
-
cast plank w/ or w/o topping
:

By Others (Building Supplier
is
NOT respons
ible for the pre
-
cast design



or
attachment.)



Plank thickness:






Topping thickness
:








(To
tal thickne
ss of the plank + topping MUST

equal dimension B on page 1.)


Decking:




Non
-
Composite
Steel Deck with Concrete Topping
:


Deck by Building Supplier


Deck By Others



Type:






Gage:






Finish:








Can the Deck Type and
/or

Gage be adjusted by Design?



Yes


No



Fastening method used to fasten deck to joists
/beams
:



Screws

Welds

Powder A
ctuated


The design of the concrete topping, incl. but not limited to thickness and reinforcement, is
NOT

by
the Building Supplier.

Properly placed, minimum reinforcing is assumed to be used.



POUR STOP:


By
Building Supplier (Std 1
3

Ga.
)




By
Building Supplier

(Special):











By Others (Size





)




Steel Deck with Plywood Topping (plywood not by Building Supplier):




Steel Deck by Building Supplier


Steel Deck By Others



Steel Deck
Type:






Gage:






Finish:








NOTE: The steel deck must be adequate to support the plywood deck.


Bu
ilding Supplier
is
NOT responsible for the design

or

attachment

of the plywood or the adequacy of the
steel deck to support the plywood.




Plywood
-
Only
By Others
(
Building Supplier

is NOT
responsible for the design
or attachment of the pl
ywood
.)




Other:

(Please provide information)






NOTE:

Any

flooring system By Ot
hers, including connections, is

assumed to provide lateral stability to
the Building
Supplier

framing.

NOTES
:


1.

Mezzanine decks are usually
required to act as a diaphragm to transmit lateral loads to the vertical resisting elements. For
mezzanine decks and/or framing by others, the P.E. responsible for their design will need to coordinate this issue with
the
Building Supplier
.

2.

Mezzanine beams

will be assumed to be located 6” from the outside face of the columns, unless otherwise noted.

3.

Non
-
composite deck provides temporary support for concrete floor slabs and is not a composite floor system.

4.

The Building Supplier

is NOT responsible for any con
crete floor slab or pre
-
cast design or floor vibration analysis. It
is the responsibility of the Project Engineer of Record to
en
sure adequate concrete floor design.