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This follow-up article to "Mudsill Layout for a Complex Foundation" describes techniques for framing the first-floor deck.
John LaTorre Jr. shows how to build a wall that's an independent structure when there are no other walls to tie into for rigidity.
Covering support consists of a stainless steel plate with a coating that allows bonding to ceramic or stone tile.
A pair of I-beams support a three-story brick chimney in this basement remodel.
A Spokane builder repairs a fire-damaged historic structure.
Installing the two-piece assembly one C-channel at a time made it easier to support the masonry while opening the wall.
T-shaped beams fabricated from a standard I-beam help uncramp a basement space.
The research-intensive firm of Eric Owen Moss Architects layers a swelling rooftop addition onto a warehouse.
Reinforced light-gauge steel beams provided the strength needed to open up the attic in this small home.
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