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Improving Multi-Story Building Design

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Improving Multi-Story Building Design


courses credit: 1.25 AIA LU/HSW Provided By: New Millennium Building Systems
By New Millennium Building Systems April 21, 2021
BDCU

The rise in multi-story building design and construction is supported today by a range of long-span composite floor systems. This short introductory course explains the three types of systems that represent the trend in long-span, “thin slab” floor design.

COURSE OBJECTIVE:

  • Identify the 3 types long-span composite floor systems and their distinguishing characteristics.

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