b'THE OFFICIAL NFBA MAGAZINEExample 2 Figure 1 - Exterior of the BuildingTECHNOLOGY & RESEARCHThe structural design of this building utilized wallpost for lateral and uplift resistance. The embedded and roof diaphragms to resist lateral loading basedpost foundations were designed according to ASAE on the procedures described in the ASAE EP484EP486 Shallow Post and Pier Foundation Design. Diaphragm Design of Metal Clad, Wood FrameExample 2: 67x78x14 Post-Frame Building for RectangularBuildings.SteelroofpanelswereAttaboyz Archery Center located in Marysville, fastened to 2x4 roof purlins that were attached toOH.This unique post-frame building is an archery the roof trusses. Roof trusses and roof rafters werefacility that contains an indoor archery range installed 4 on center and were designed to bear onas well as a bow shop and retail area. There is a 2x12 headers which span between the 8 on centersecond floor area that contains a few offices and wood glulam posts. Steel siding was installed on 2x4a break room. The building was constructed by wall girts which were fastened to the wood posts.Kennedy Construction in 2018 (photos courtesy Design of the wood members and their connectionsof Kennedy Construction and Attaboyz Archery).was completed according to the National Design Specification (NDS) for Wood Construction asThe structural design of this building utilized wall published by the American Wood Council. Theand roof diaphragms to resist lateral loading based second floor framing consisted of wood I-joistson the procedures described in the ASAE EP484 that were supported by wood glulam beams. TheDiaphragm Design of Metal Clad, Wood Frame second floor glulam beams were supported byRectangularBuildings.Steelroofpanelswere glulam posts within the perimeter walls and steelfastened to 2x4 roof purlins that were attached to columns at interior areas. In this case the clientthe roof trusses. Roof trusses were installed 4 on preferred steel columns to minimize their size butcenter and were designed to bear on 2x12 headers wood glulam columns were also an option. Thewhich span between the 8 on center wood glulam second floor added an additional structural benefitposts. The wood posts were fastened to pre-cast to the design by increasing overall building stiffness.concrete Perma-Column post bases, which extend In this building the second floor was designed for abelow grade as a typical post foundation. The main substantial commercial storage load of 125 psf livewood post-frame portion of this building utilized load and 15 psf dead load. The main wood post- embedded post foundations with concrete collars frame portion of this building utilized embeddedaround the Perma-Column post base for lateral and post foundations with concrete collars around theuplift resistance. The embedded post foundations continued on page: 2726 / FRAME BUILDER -JAN2020'