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Shall meet the live load criteria established by the IFB. Building shall be clear span type except where roof live loads are 80 pounds or greater, where one column may be included in their design. All buildings must be designed to meet exposure "C" rating (Title 24) and seismic Zone 4. 2 Each module shall be capable of resisting all vertical and lateral loads during transportation and relocation. Normal industry practice for bracing modules during transportation and relocation is acceptable. When modules are assembled, joints shall be sealed with removable closing strips or another equivalent method to present a finished appearance and be permanently weatherproof.

Nothing shall protrude more than 1" below the ceiling level. ) shall meet the live load criteria established by the IFB. Building shall be clear span type except where roof live loads are 80 pounds or greater, where one column may be included in their design. All buildings must be designed to meet exposure "C" rating (Title 24) and seismic Zone 4. 2 Each module shall be capable of resisting all vertical and lateral loads during transportation and relocation. Normal industry practice for bracing modules during transportation and relocation is acceptable.

For roofs with snow loads, each lap shall have a fulllength polyurethane or equivalent sealant applied. B. Building manufacturer’s standard pre-finished, minimum 22 gauge, galvanized steel, standing seam or ribbed type, interlocking roof panels. Provisions shall be made for the control of condensation on the underside of the panels. For roofs with snow loads, each interlock shall have a fulllength polyurethane or equivalent sealant applied. Design and installation of the deck and/or roof substrate shall result in the roof draining freely.

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