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Timothy Bailiff
Structural Option
Susquehanna Center Expansion ans Renovation
Bel Air, MD


Technical Reports


Technical Report One Posted...

Technical Report One is a report of existing structural conditions of the Susquehanna Center Epansion and Renovation at Harford Community College. This was proformed through a series of analysis checks of varies loads including gravity loads, wind loads, and sesimic loads. In addition, spot checks of an interior and exterior colunm, composite deck, and roof joist were proformed.

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Technical Report Two Posted...

The purpose of Technical Report Two is design and analysis three alternative floor systems and the existing floor system and compare them through their Pros and Cons. The comparison was evaluated through a various set of parameters which will be discussed in this report. The following floor systems that were analyzed are listed below.

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Technical Report Three Posted...

Technical report three is a lateral force resisting system study for the Susquehanna Center.

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