Bradley Engineering Gets building in New Hampshire

Bradley Engineering consults with Stewart Structural Engineering to provide structural design services for a 14,000 square foot medical clinic in Franconia, New Hampshire. The 2 storey building was designed with ICF foundations and load bearing walls throughout. The lower level is a slab on grade and the main floor was designed with Hambro composite open-web steel floor joists with a reinforced concrete deck. This floor system allowed the use of 18” deep joists spanning the full 40 foot wide building. The roof structure is designed using a variety of pre-engineered pre-fabricated wood trusses, and the central area is framed with heavy timber trusses. Large multi-ply girder roof trusses on 6 foot centres accommodate a large gable dormer and maximize natural lighting for the physical therapy area. Construction will continue through the summer and into the fall with interior work being done this winter.

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