Architecture Canada n°10 1er semestre 2011
Architecture Canada n°10 1er semestre 2011
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  • Parution : n°10 de 1er semestre 2011

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  • Editeur : Naylor Canada

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  • Nombre de pages : 32

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6 7 SOLAR WATER HEATING Commerntial Solarnt Floor Photo courtesy of Power Trip Energy Saveup to 80% on hea All weather performance FaLow maintenance thermal output from 43 SF (4m2) NEW MAZDON HP DESIGN ENEFITS @ 10-6mbar vacuum Hail impact Heat pipe technology Inherent overheat protection vacuum Toll-free 1-888-923-9443 495259_Thermomax.indd 6 ■ ARCHITECTURE 1 CANADA 10/6/10 9:43:13 AM 2010-2011 Board of Directors President Ranjit (Randy) K. Dhar, FRAIC First Vice-President/President-Elect Stuart Howard, FRAIC Second Vice-President David Craddock, MRAIC Immediate Past-President Paule Boutin, AP/FIRAC Regional Directors Wayne De Angelis, MRAIC British Columbia/Yukon R. Wayne Guy, FRAIC Alberta/Northwest Territories Charles Olfert, MRAIC Saskatchewan/Manitoba Ralph Wiesbrock, FRAIC Ontario North, East and Nunavut David Craddock, MRAIC Ontario Southwest Claude Hamelin Lalonde, FIRAC Québec Conseil d’administration 2010-2011 Président Ranjit (Randy) K. Dhar, FRAIC 1 er vice-président/président élu Stuart Howard, FRAIC 2 e vice-président David Craddock, MRAIC Ancienne présidente Paule Boutin, AP/FIRAC Administrateurs régionaux Wayne De Angelis, MRAIC Colombie-Britannique/Yukon R. Wayne Guy, FRAIC Alberta/Territoires-du-Nord-Ouest Charles Olfert, MRAIC Saskatchewan/Manitoba Ralph Wiesbrock, FRAIC Ontario Nord, Est et Nunavut David Craddock, MRAIC Ontario Sud, Ouest Claude Hamelin Lalonde, FIRAC Québec Paul E. Frank, FRAIC Atlantic Alexander Rankin, FRAIC Chancellor, College of Fellows Kendra Schank Smith Chair, Council of Canadian University Schools of Architecture W. SteveBoulton, MRAIC Intern & Intern Architect Representative Paul E. Frank, FRAIC Atlantique Alexander Rankin, FRAIC Chancelier du Collège des fellows Kendra Schank Smith Présidente, Conseil canadien des écoles universitaires d’architecture W. SteveBoulton, MRAIC Conseiller représentant les stagiaires et architectes stagiaires
Opening Up The Opportunities With VP’s Open Web Framing Open Web Advantages Include… Building Efficiency For projects that require clear spans approaching 100’or greater, open web trusses may be a natural choice. Clear span trusses have the ability to carry heavy roof loads more economically than other framing options. Additionally, projects that do not require heavy roof loads may sometimes benefit with a truss frame design, especially in design/build projects where the builder can control roof height and clear height requirements. Plus the fact that the open web design allows for better light distribution and air circulation helps to make the building more efficient. Architectural Appeal Open web trusses have an architectural look that gives building interiors an attractive, open structural appearance. Further, the latticed design of the rafter allows building mechanicals and ductwork to be located within the web, allowing for more clearance beneath the bottom chord. See How Open Web Framing Can Be An Opportunity For You Open web framing is one of the unique building solutions available through Varco Pruden Builders. Varco Pruden Buildings is a recognized leader in providing quality steel building systems throughout North America. For more information about our innovative products and our network of more than 1,000 Independent Authorized VP Builders, callus at 800-238-3246 or visit Erectability One of the erection advantages of an open web frame is the fact the frames are relatively light compared to alternatives. This allows for easier lifting and bolt-up in the field. When projects are being erected with supersets (bays assembled on the ground then lifted into place) these light but rigid assemblies can be erected faster and safer. BUILD SMART 2009 Varco Pruden Buildings is a division of BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc. All rights reserved. BUILD GREEN

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