Chavez ES – MPR
The multi-purpose room uses plywood shear walls for its lateral system. I-joist frame the high and low roofs for a cost-effective approach. The stage is framed with wood joist and wood wall. The high roof’s distinct look is achieved with large bent steel beams.
With the diagonal ridge and large overhang at the roof, this multi-purpose room brings a modern feel to an existing campus.
While the steel ridge girder is at an angle; the steel roof beams and wood purlins are framed orthogonally. Cost effective I-joist frame most of the building’s roofs and traditional 2x6 studs frame the walls. HSS members frame out the large windows and steel channels support the costume canopies.
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