02.020.0202: Vertical Span – CMU Partition

This partition detail shows a vertical span 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 detailing may vary.

02.010.0801: Masonry Wall Cap – Single Wythe CMU

02.010.0801: Masonry Wall Cap - Single Wythe CMU This detail shows a concrete masonry (CMU) wall, top of wall detail. The wall cap is anchored to the grouted wall with a vertical dowel through the flashing, which is then sealed around the dowel penetration. The flashing is shown as a flexible material for the through-wall [...]

02.010.0313: Base of Wall – Single Wythe Block, Proprietary Flashing/Weeps

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

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 [...]

01.160.0201: Chimney Detail

This chimney cutaway shows the relationships between the clay flue liner (which is set in fireclay mortar), brick infill, face brick, and roof construction, with required separation from combustible materials. The chimney cap is cast-in-place reinforced concrete, with flashing below. Baby tins and counterflashing (not shown) resist moisture intrusion where the chimney intersects the roof. […]

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