8'-0" 8'-0" 8'-2" 6'-6" 4'-6" PANEL PANEL 32'-0" 32'-0" 12'-0" 6'-3" 42'-0" 9'-4" 8'-8" 9'-0" 5'-0" 5'-0" '-3"

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Floor Plan Key Notes:

1. Floor Finish - install new 3

8" engineered laminate wood flooring on existing plywood and concrete slab

2. Floor Finish - install new TBD by Owner flooring on existing plywood 3. Existing walls/ doors to be removed shown in dashed lines, typ.

4. Existing gas wall heater to be removed - weatherproof, patch and repair penetrations

5. Existing structural elements to remain - verify new load-bearing has adequate bearing on existing floor beams/ foundation piers and notify architect of any discrepancies with existing structural system

6. Replace all existing interior doors, typ.

7. Provide sound batt insulation in bedroom demising wall 8. Wood-burning stove to be re-located - - see structural plans

9. New niche under stairs for existing freezer - provide power as necc., shelves above

10. New 36" Countertop with base cabinets and uppers - existing dishwasher and sink to be re-installed 11. New 36" Countertop with base cabinet and (2) drop-in vanity sinks

12. Existing pressure tank to be re-located in crawlspace below water heater 13. New custom bench/cubbies/lockers - design TBD by Owner

General Plan Notes:

A. Existing water heater to remain. Re-locate existing water pressure tank to be re-located to crawlspace. Any routing of ductwork, vents, piping, etc., requiring drop soffits shall be coordinated in advance with architect/ owner. No ductwork, pipe, vent, etc. shall penetrate a structural member without permission from the architect.

B. Extend existing electrical service into addition, to conform with 2005 National Electrical Code.

C. Coordinate all phone and data cabling with Owner. Coordinate data wiring type (cat 5, 5e or 6) and locations with owner. D. Interior gypsum board texture, paint color, trim details and stain color to match existing.

E. Windows and doors shown on plans are existing to remain unless noted otherwise.

A. All work shall be erected and installed plumb, level, square, true and in proper alignment. B. All materials shall be new, unused and of the highest quality in every respect, unless otherwise

noted. Manufactured materials and equipment shall be installed per manufacturer's recommendations and instructions.

C. There shall be no substitution of materials where a manufacturer is specified. Where the terms 'equal to' or 'approved equal' are used, the architect shall determine equality based on information submitted by the contractor.

D. Contractor shall be responsible for cutting and patching required for his work.

E. Contractor shall at all times keep the premises free of accumulation of waste materials or rubbish. Premises to be swept clean daily of related construction debris. At the completion of the work, leave the job site free of all materials and broom clean.

F. Patch all areas where floor is not level or true prior to the installation of flooring or carpeting. A. Do not scale drawings - printed dimensions govern. Larger scale drawings shall govern smaller

scale when a discrepancy exists.

B. Dimensioning is as follows unless noted otherwise: centerline of columns

face of concrete face of masonry

exterior face of sheathing at exterior stud walls face of stud at interior stud walls

center of window/door openings C. All wall thickness shown are nominal.

D. All finish floor elevations are to top of slab or top of sheathing unless noted otherwise. E. All steps have 7-3

4 inch risers and 10-inch treads U.N.O. or specified differently on drawings.

F. All interior components - doors, casework, cabinetry, millwork, fixtures, railings, column covers, appliances and material finishes are to be selected by owner & interior designer at construction. G. All interior features shown are conceptual. Verify shape, height, and distance above finish floor

with owner & interior designer at construction phase.

A. Contractor shall verify all dimensions and conditions shown on drawings at the job site and shall notify architect of any discrepancies, omissions, and/or conflicts before proceeding with the job. B. Any change which results in extra cost shall not proceed without written authorization by

owner.

C. Contractor must comply with rules and regulations of agencies having jurisdiction and shall conform to all city, county, state and federal construction, safety and sanitary laws, codes, statutes and ordinances. All fees, taxes, permits, applications and certificates of inspection, and the filing of all work with governmental agencies shall be the responsibility of the contractor or owner per contract.

D. All work shall be performed by skilled and qualified workmen in accordance with the best practices of the trades involved. Each trade will proceed in a fashion that will not delay the trades working simultaneously or following them.

E. All work and materials shall be guaranteed against defects for a period of at least one (1) year from approval of application for final payment.

F. Upon substantial completion of work the contractor shall walk through with owner/architect and compile a "punch list" of corrections and unsatisfactory and/or incomplete work. Final payment will be contingent upon the completion of these items.

A. All attics and crawl spaces shall be vented per IRC requirements. B. All framed walls shall have an exterior moisture barrier as follows:

Tyvek house-wrap or equal at wood, vinyl or cement-board siding, one layer 30# felt at masonry veneer, and

two layers 15# felt at stucco.

C. All windows shall be flashed per the manufacturer's installation instructions.

A. An emergency escape window meeting all of the following requirements must be installed at each bedroom and at least one in each habitable portion of basement:

minimum net opening of 5.7 square feet;

minimum clear opening height 24 inches, maximum sill height 44" above floor; minimum clear opening width 20 inches

B. Safety glazing shall be provided in the following locations: glazing in swinging doors;

glazing in fixed and sliding panels of sliding door;

glazing in doors & enclosures for showers, bathtubs, hot tubs, whirlpools, etc;

glazing in individual fixed or operable panels adjacent to a door where the nearest exposed edge of the glazing is within a 24-inch arc of either vertical edge of a door in a closed position and where the bottom exposed edge of the glazing is less than 60 inches above the walking surface;

glazing meeting all of the following; 1. exposed area > 9 s.f.

2. exposed bottom edge < 18 inches above the floor. 3. exposed top edge > 36 inches above the floor.

4. one or more walking surface(s) within 36 inches horizontally of the plane of glazing.

glazing in guardrails & railing; glazing adjacent to stairways or ramps 2003 International Residential Code 2003 International Energy Conservation Code 2003 International Mechanical Code 2003 International Plumbing Code 2005 National Electric Code

1 0 '-3 " 4 2 '-0 " 7 '-6 " 1 2 '-0 " 4 '-6 " 7 '-9 " 3 '-9 " 3 '-2 " 3 '-4 " 8'-0" 28'-0" 9'-7" 5 '-0 " 3 2 '-0 " 9 '-4 " 8 '-8 " 9 '-0 " 7'-11" 2'-6" P A N E L

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14. Pantry to remain

15. New cooktop with down-draft hood in cabinet below 16. New wall oven unit

17. Main electrical service entry to be re-located to power pole - coord. with LPEA 18. Line of roof above/ wall below

19. Existing stairs to be re-located to north wall 20. Desk nook under new staircase

21. Open-rail wood staircase railing - 36" above finish floor or 34-36" above stair nosing

22. Kitchen ceiling - re-configure existing plumbing around/through floor joists and install new gyp. bd. ceiling, can light fixtures to replace existing surface-mount

23. New glass/tempered safety glazing patio french door set - pair 2'-6" x 6'-8"

24. Existing 3'-4"x4'-4" window to be replaced by new 4'-6" x 4'-6" window unit - verify egress 25. New wood-framed floor/walls and door for closets with rod and shelf - see structural plans 26. New wood-framed gear closet on new wood-framed deck - see structural plans

27. New custom tile shower unit and tempered glass enclosure 28. New partial height wall

29. New washer/ dryer at new location, utilize existing plumbing and electrical 30. New wood steps to grade

31. Replace all roof underlayment, install new pro-panel metal roofing 32. Install new 1

2" gypsum wall board to replace existing wood paneling

33. New window unit - 2'-0" x 4'-6" 34. New prefabricated cabinet unit 35. New 2-0" x 2'-6" roof windows

36. Provide min. 22" x 30" attic access into existing truss space 37. Custom built-in: charging station/ mail drop/ files 38. New column - see structural plans

39. Exterior hose bibb to be relocated

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A. All work shall be erected and installed plumb, level, square, true and in proper alignment. B. All materials shall be new, unused and of the highest quality in every respect, unless otherwise

noted. Manufactured materials and equipment shall be installed per manufacturer's recommendations and instructions.

C. There shall be no substitution of materials where a manufacturer is specified. Where the terms 'equal to' or 'approved equal' are used, the architect shall determine equality based on information submitted by the contractor.

D. Contractor shall be responsible for cutting and patching required for his work.

E. Contractor shall at all times keep the premises free of accumulation of waste materials or rubbish. Premises to be swept clean daily of related construction debris. At the completion of the work, leave the job site free of all materials and broom clean.

F. Patch all areas where floor is not level or true prior to the installation of flooring or carpeting. A. Do not scale drawings - printed dimensions govern. Larger scale drawings shall govern smaller

scale when a discrepancy exists.

B. Dimensioning is as follows unless noted otherwise: centerline of columns

face of concrete face of masonry

exterior face of sheathing at exterior stud walls face of stud at interior stud walls

center of window/door openings C. All wall thickness shown are nominal.

D. All finish floor elevations are to top of slab or top of sheathing unless noted otherwise. E. All steps have 7-3

4 inch risers and 10-inch treads U.N.O. or specified differently on drawings.

F. All interior components - doors, casework, cabinetry, millwork, fixtures, railings, column covers, appliances and material finishes are to be selected by owner & interior designer at construction. G. All interior features shown are conceptual. Verify shape, height, and distance above finish floor

with owner & interior designer at construction phase.

A. Contractor shall verify all dimensions and conditions shown on drawings at the job site and shall notify architect of any discrepancies, omissions, and/or conflicts before proceeding with the job. B. Any change which results in extra cost shall not proceed without written authorization by

owner.

C. Contractor must comply with rules and regulations of agencies having jurisdiction and shall conform to all city, county, state and federal construction, safety and sanitary laws, codes, statutes and ordinances. All fees, taxes, permits, applications and certificates of inspection, and the filing of all work with governmental agencies shall be the responsibility of the contractor or owner per contract.

D. All work shall be performed by skilled and qualified workmen in accordance with the best practices of the trades involved. Each trade will proceed in a fashion that will not delay the trades working simultaneously or following them.

E. All work and materials shall be guaranteed against defects for a period of at least one (1) year from approval of application for final payment.

F. Upon substantial completion of work the contractor shall walk through with owner/architect and compile a "punch list" of corrections and unsatisfactory and/or incomplete work. Final payment will be contingent upon the completion of these items.

A. All attics and crawl spaces shall be vented per IRC requirements. B. All framed walls shall have an exterior moisture barrier as follows:

Tyvek house-wrap or equal at wood, vinyl or cement-board siding, one layer 30# felt at masonry veneer, and

two layers 15# felt at stucco.

C. All windows shall be flashed per the manufacturer's installation instructions.

A. An emergency escape window meeting all of the following requirements must be installed at each bedroom and at least one in each habitable portion of basement:

minimum net opening of 5.7 square feet;

minimum clear opening height 24 inches, maximum sill height 44" above floor; minimum clear opening width 20 inches

B. Safety glazing shall be provided in the following locations: glazing in swinging doors;

glazing in fixed and sliding panels of sliding door;

glazing in doors & enclosures for showers, bathtubs, hot tubs, whirlpools, etc;

glazing in individual fixed or operable panels adjacent to a door where the nearest exposed edge of the glazing is within a 24-inch arc of either vertical edge of a door in a closed position and where the bottom exposed edge of the glazing is less than 60 inches above the walking surface;

glazing meeting all of the following; 1. exposed area > 9 s.f.

2. exposed bottom edge < 18 inches above the floor. 3. exposed top edge > 36 inches above the floor.

4. one or more walking surface(s) within 36 inches horizontally of the plane of glazing.

glazing in guardrails & railing; glazing adjacent to stairways or ramps 2003 International Residential Code 2003 International Energy Conservation Code 2003 International Mechanical Code 2003 International Plumbing Code 2005 National Electric Code

5'-0" 28'-0" 9'-7" 1 2 '-2 " 3 2 '-0 " 8 '-0 " 1 1 '-1 0 " 2'-6" 28'-0" 9'-7" 1 2 '-2 " 3 2 '-0 " 8 '-0 " 1 1 '-1 0 " 2'-6" 7'-10" 3'-1" 2 2 2 25 24 35 33 25 36 36 New 2668 6 N ew 2 6 6 8 25 21 7 36 18 24 11 Dn 14R

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Floor Plan Key Notes:

1. Floor Finish - install new 3

8" engineered laminate wood flooring on existing plywood and concrete slab

2. Floor Finish - install new TBD by Owner flooring on existing plywood 3. Existing walls/ doors to be removed shown in dashed lines, typ.

4. Existing gas wall heater to be removed - weatherproof, patch and repair penetrations

5. Existing structural elements to remain - verify new load-bearing has adequate bearing on existing floor beams/ foundation piers and notify architect of any discrepancies with existing structural system

6. Replace all existing interior doors, typ.

7. Provide sound batt insulation in bedroom demising wall 8. Wood-burning stove to be re-located - - see structural plans

9. New niche under stairs for existing freezer - provide power as necc., shelves above

10. New 36" Countertop with base cabinets and uppers - existing dishwasher and sink to be re-installed 11. New 36" Countertop with base cabinet and (2) drop-in vanity sinks

12. Existing pressure tank to be re-located in crawlspace below water heater 13. New custom bench/cubbies/lockers - design TBD by Owner

14. Pantry to remain

15. New cooktop with down-draft hood in cabinet below 16. New wall oven unit

17. Main electrical service entry to be re-located to power pole - coord. with LPEA 18. Line of roof above/ wall below

19. Existing stairs to be re-located to north wall 20. Desk nook under new staircase

21. Open-rail wood staircase railing - 36" above finish floor or 34-36" above stair nosing

22. Kitchen ceiling - re-configure existing plumbing around/through floor joists and install new gyp. bd. ceiling, can light fixtures to replace existing surface-mount

23. New glass/tempered safety glazing patio french door set - pair 2'-6" x 6'-8"

24. Existing 3'-4"x4'-4" window to be replaced by new 4'-6" x 4'-6" window unit - verify egress 25. New wood-framed floor/walls and door for closets with rod and shelf - see structural plans 26. New wood-framed gear closet on new wood-framed deck - see structural plans

27. New custom tile shower unit and tempered glass enclosure 28. New partial height wall

29. New washer/ dryer at new location, utilize existing plumbing and electrical 30. New wood steps to grade

31. Replace all roof underlayment, install new pro-panel metal roofing 32. Install new 1

2" gypsum wall board to replace existing wood paneling

33. New window unit - 2'-0" x 4'-6" 34. New prefabricated cabinet unit 35. New 2-0" x 2'-6" roof windows

36. Provide min. 22" x 30" attic access into existing truss space 37. Custom built-in: charging station/ mail drop/ files 38. New column - see structural plans

39. Exterior hose bibb to be relocated

General Plan Notes:

A. Existing water heater to remain. Re-locate existing water pressure tank to be re-located to crawlspace. Any routing of ductwork, vents, piping, etc., requiring drop soffits shall be coordinated in advance with architect/ owner. No ductwork, pipe, vent, etc. shall penetrate a structural member without permission from the architect.

B. Extend existing electrical service into addition, to conform with 2005 National Electrical Code.

C. Coordinate all phone and data cabling with Owner. Coordinate data wiring type (cat 5, 5e or 6) and locations with owner. D. Interior gypsum board texture, paint color, trim details and stain color to match existing.

E. Windows and doors shown on plans are existing to remain unless noted otherwise.

10: 12 4: 12 4: 12 4: 12 6 : 1 2 6 : 1 2 4: 12 (verify) 10: 12 10: 12

Roof/deck addition Existing roof to remain - remove and replace existing underlayment and pro-panel with new material

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Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0"

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The use of these plans and specifications shall be restricted to the original site for which they were prepared and publication thereof is expressly limited to such use. Federal law prohibits the reproduction, display, sale, or other disposition of this document without the express written consent of Interface Architecture.

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West Elevation

Scale: 3/8" = 1'-0"

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South Elevation

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Site Rendering

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(Typ. of 5) 5" 6 '-6 " (Typ. of 6) (Typ. of 6) (Typ. of 5)

Existing slab to remain

Existing pad footings to remain - verify location

Existing stemwall/ continuous footings to remain 8'-6" 8'-6" 8'-4" 8'-6" 6 '-9 " 7 '-6 " 1 2 '-0 " 1 2 '-0 " 8'-6" 6'-3" 12'-0" 17'-0" New pad footing for

stud-pack post above

7 '-9 " 2 '-6 " 2'-6" Existing deck and footings to remain 1'-3" 1'-0" 1'-3"

Post pier detail

Scale: 3/4" = 1'-0"

B/S-101

1 0 " Structural fill required at areas of over excavation Simpson post base

6 " M in . 2 '-0 " M in .

(4) #4 bars vertical, bend into footing below

12" Sono-tube pier base (5) #4 bars E.W. Roof and deck support post

(4) #4 ties each pier

6" 1'-0" 6"

Post pier detail

Scale: 3/4" = 1'-0"

A/S-100

8 " Structural fill required at areas of over excavation Simpson post base

6 " M in . 2 '-0 " M in .

(4) #3 bars vertical, bend into footing below

12" Sono-tube pier base

(4) #4 bars E.W. Deck support post

(4) #4 ties each pier

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Typical Post Pad Detail

Scale: 3/4" = 1'-0"

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Studpack post Support post above - see

framing plans

Existing crawlspace grade

General construction notes and specifications

PROJECT: Newcomer/ Ball Addition

1. Applicable codes: - 2003 International Residential code

2. Design live loads:

Floor - live load: 40 psf (minimum) Dead load: 20 psf (minimum) Roof - snow load: 90 psf (minimum)

3. Design wind speed: 90 mph, exposure B

4. Seismic criteria: I e= 1.0 S s= 30 S i= 8 Site class 'D' SMS = FaSs = 1 x 3032 = 0.938 SM1 = FV S1 = 1.6 x .25 = 0.40 Seismic Design category = C S DS = 2

3 (.938) = .625

S D1 = 2

3 (.40) = .267

5. Allowable soil bearing pressure: 1500 psf (minimum)

1. Verify all dimensions and elevations with architectural.

2. See architectural for exact dimensions for openings in walls, roof and floor systems.

3. Verify all mechanical opening sizes and locations with mechanical contractor.

4. No pipes, sleeves, etc. shall pass through beams or columns unless indicated on plan.

5. Contractor shall design, provide and maintain temporary bracing, shoring, guying, etc. and other methods as required to prevent excessive loading and to stabilize structural elements during construction. These methods shall remain in place until all members and final connections have been completed.

6. The contractor is solely responsible for construction sequencing and safety provisions.

7. Typical details shall apply where no specific detail cut is referenced.

8. The structural plans show principal framing members only; contractor shall provide for all framing and supports necessary to resist lateral and vertical loads, as well as connections of these members.

9. The general contractor shall protect all existing facilities, structures and utility lines from damage during construction.

1. Soil shall be stripped, compacted and tested in accordance with the recommendations of ASTM D-1557.

2. Center all footings under their respective columns or walls, unless otherwise shown on plans. Maximum misplacement or eccentricity shall be 2". Tolerance for mislocation of column dowels or anchor bolts to per ACI or AISC standards.

3. Horizontal joints in footings shall not be permitted.

4. Where vertical construction joints occur in continuous footings, provide a minimum continuous 2" by 4" keyway across joint.

5. The general contractor shall notify the designer if soil conditions are discovered that prevent the required minimum soil bearing pressure from being obtained.

6. Coordinate plumbing lines with the footing locations to avoid interference. Individual footings shall be lowered and wall footings stepped (with the prior written approval of the designer) to avoid such interference.

7. Excavating under or near in-place footings or foundations which disturbs the compacted soil beneath shall not be permitted.

8. Provide positive drainage during construction and during final grading. Minimum finished slope away from all structures is 4% for 20' minimum.

1. All concrete design and placement shall be in strict accordance with the ACI Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete, ACI 318.

2. Structural concrete shall conform to ACI 301 specifications and develop a minimum compressive strength at 28 days of:

footings: 3000 psi, 4" max. slump

stemwalls/basement walls: 3500 psi, 4" max. slump interior flatwork: 3500 psi, 5" max. slump

exterior flatwork: 4000 psi, 5" max. slump

3. All aggregate for normal weight concrete shall meet ASTM C33. Mix design shall contain 50% coarse aggregates.

4. Exterior exposed concrete shall have between 4 and 7% entrained air.

5. Consolidate all concrete with a vibrator.

6. All pumped concrete shall contain a high range water reducing agent (HRWR). Minimum size of discharge shall be 4" for #57 and 2" for #89 aggregate.

7. Chamfer all exposed edges 3/4" unless noted otherwise on the drawings.

8. All reinforcing steel shall be detailed, fabricated and installed in accordance with ACI 318-89 and ACI Detailing Manual of Standard Practice, ACI 315-88.

9. Reinforcing steel shall be new deformed bars, free from rust, scale and oil, conforming to ASTM A-615, grade 40, with a minimum yield strength of 40,000 psi.

10. Welded wire fabric shall conform to ASTM A-185. All mesh shall be provided in flat sheets.

11. Lap continuous reinforcement 48 bar diameters (18" minimum) or as noted otherwise. Lap continuous beam bottom steel over supports and continuous top steel at mid-span, unless otherwise directed on the drawings.

12. Provide corner lap bars to match in size and spacing of all horizontals.

13. Provide 3" slab bolster with continuous bottom plate at 4'-0" maximum for positioning all footing bars.

14. Provide slab bolster with continuous bottom plate at 4'-0" maximum centers for positioning all mesh.

15. Terminate all discontinuous top bars with standard 90° hook (placed vertically) unless noted otherwise on structural details.

16. Provide the following concrete coverage over reinforcing: footings (against earth) 3" clear

walls (interior face) 3/4" clear walls (exterior face) 1 1/2" clear slabs (single mat) centered

17. Sleeve all penetrations through beams and slabs individually. Core drilling will not be permitted. Submit location and size of sleeves through beams to architect for review prior to casting concrete.

18. At all openings through concrete walls larger than 12" x 12", provide an additional (2) #5 bars around perimeter of opening.

19. No reinforcing bars shall be cut to accommodate the installation of anchors, embeds or other items.

20. At changes in direction of concrete walls, beams and strip footings, provide corner bars of same size and quantity (U.N.O.) as the horizontal steel. Refer to typical detail.

21. All embedded items shall be securely tied in place prior to concrete placement.

Foundation Plan

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Cantilevered 2x8 deck joists at 16" O.C.

(1 ) 2 x1 0 d ec k b ea m F L U SH (3) 2x12 deck beam (DROPPED)

2x10 deck rim joist (FLUSH) P44 P44 P44 P44 (3) 2x12 deck beam (DROPPED) (2) 2x12 deck beam (FLUSH) P66 2x1 0 de ck r im jo ist (FLU SH ) (2) 2 x12 deck bea m (DRO PPED ) (2 ) 2 x1 2 d ec k b ea m (D R O P P E D ) P66 P66 P66 P66 P66 2 x6 d ec k j o is ts a t 1 6 " O .C .

2x10 deck joists at 16" O.C. (3) 2x12 deck beam (FLUSH) (2 ) 2 x1 2 d ec k b ea m (F L U SH ) (2 ) 2 x1 2 d ec k b ea m (D R O P P E D ) (2 ) 2 x1 2 d ec k b ea m (D R O P P E D ) (3) 2x12 deck beam (FLUSH)

Hang deck joists from new ledger bolted to existing foundation, typ.

Hang deck joists from existing deck framing, verify bearing capacity

General Framing Plan Notes:

A. All products noted are Boise Cascade. Equal products by Trus-Joist, International Paper or Louisiana Pacific may be provided.

B. All floor joists not otherwise noted are BCI-500s series, depth as noted.

C. All products noted V-L are Boise Cascade, laminated veneer lumber.

D. All glue-lam beams are grade 24F-V4 minimum, architectural appearance grade.

E. All roof trusses shall be designed by the fabricator. See general notes, Sheet S-000.

F. Post schedule:

PAB, where A = number of jack or cripple studs

B = number of king studs

all posts not otherwise noted are P11.

P44 = 4x4 timber P66 = 6x6 timber P88 = 8x8 timber P1010 = 10x10 timber P1212 = 12x12 timber

All post point loads shall carry down to the foundation. Solid-pack between floor joists where posts occur.

G. Header ID tag and schedule:

, where x = number of plies in built-up header, and

y = nominal member size

nominal member size (y) is as follows: 8 = 2x8 #1 D.F. 10 = 2x10 #1 D.F. 12 = 2x12 #1 D.F. 7.25 = 1.75"x11.875" V-L 9.25 = 1.75"x9.25" V-L 11.875 = 1.75"x11.875" V-L 14 = 1.75"x14" V-L

All headers in bearing and exterior walls are (2) 2x8's for 2x4 wall, (3) 2x8's for 2x6 wall, unless noted otherwise.

H. Where beams/ headers are noted as FLUSH, frame with top of beam flush with top of joists, and hang joists from beam. Use the following hangers unless noted otherwise:

Wood I-joists: Simpson ITT series

Solid wood members: Simpson JB or LB series

I. Where beams/ headers are noted as DROPPED, frame with top of beam directly below bottom of joists. Joists shall run continuous over beam.

J. Where existing structural members are called out in framing plans, verify existing meets or exceeds specified members - notify architect if modifications are desired.

Hx-y P A N E L P66 P66 P66 P66 6 x 1 2 D F r o o f b ea m (D R O P P E D ) P21 P21 8 x 1 2 D F r o o f b ea m (D R O P P E D ) 6 x 12 DF roof beam (DROPPED) 6 x 12 DF roof beam (DROPPED) 2x8 rafters at 24" O.C. 2 x8 r af te rs a t 2 4 " O .C . 2 x6 a t 2 4 " ce il in g jo is ts b el o w H 2 -1 0 P21 P21 H 2 -1 0 P21 P21 H 2 -1 0 6 x 12 DF roof beam (DROPPED) P66 P66 P66 A bo ve bean P66 A bo ve bean 6 x 1 2 D F r o o f b ea m (D R O P P E D )

New pro-panel metal roofing on ice & water shield on 3

4" OSB roof deck

on rafters, typ.

Overframe hatched area with 2x10 ridge beam and 2x8 rafters at 16" O.C. P A N E L P21 P21 H2-10

Header for new door

P66

Replace existing stud-pack post, verify bearing on slab

P66

Replace existing stud-pack post, verify bearing on slab

P42 8 x 1 2 D F f lo o r b ea m (D R O P P E D ) 8 x 12 DF floor beam (DROPPED) P4 0 (2) 1.75" x 9.25 LVL floor beam (FLUSH) P22

New 2x6 floor joists at 16" O.C.

New stud-pack post, verify bearing on existing footing

New stud-pack post, new footing in crawlspace - see foundation plan

Existin g floor framing to remain P21 P21 H 2 -1 0

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Deck Framing Plan

Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0"

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Second Floor Framing Plan

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