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Curtain Wall Panels

With the ever increasing cost of field labor and the assoicated insurances, why not try and reduce those costs and use tilt up prefabricated curtain wall panels. We can build panels up to 50' tall and 12' wide with special hooks on top of the p[anels to facilitate picking them up witha crane. All door and window openings come already framed out with the exterior sheathing applied, we can also apply EIFS or thing brick to the panels. For the general contrator or onwer developer, why not cut your exterior wall enclosure time by half?
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Typical Load-Bearing Wall w/ Light Gauge Boxed Headers
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Typical Load-Bearing Wall w/ Light Gauge Boxed Headers
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Light Gauge Bearing Box Header
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Typical Load-Bearing Wall w/ Tube-Steel Distribution Member
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Typical Load-Bearing Wall w/ Tube-Steel Distribution Member
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Opening With Tube-Steel Distribution Member
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Typical Curtain Wall
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Typical Curtain Wall
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Non-Bearing Box Header
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Typical Section Thru Curtain Wall Framing
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Typical Single-Story Shear-Wall
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Typical Shear-Wall Foundation Condition
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Typical Multi-Story Shear-Wall w/ Thru Bolt Connections
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Typical Shear-Wall at Intermediate Floor Condition w/ Thru Bolt Connection
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Typical Multi-Story Shear-Wall w/ Thru Post Connection
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Typical Shear-Wall At Intermediate Floor Condition w/ Thru Post Connection
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Typical Load-Bearing Wall w/ Hollow-Core Concrete Plank
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Typical Section Thru Load-Bearing Wall w/ Hollow-Core Plank
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Typical Open-to-Closed End Stud Panel Connection Detail
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Typical Closed-to-Closed End Stud Panel Connection Detail
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Cold-Rolled Channel Bridging Splice Detail
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"Pick Points" Detail
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Typical Inside & Outside Corner Condition
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Typical Cold-Rolled Channel Bridging Detail
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Typical Panel Elevation With "Pick Points"