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CISCA Prepares New Recommendations for Seismic Restraint

CISCA Prepares New Recommendations for Seismic Restraint By Lee Cumming, Chair, CISCA Seismic Steering Committee Kelly Merz, ANCO Engineering, Inc. Carl A. Wangman, CISCA Executive Vice President and Judith Iacuzzi, CISCA Marketing/Communications Manager With the support of the National Science ...

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Suspension Systems for Acoustical Lay-in Ceilings

Source CISCA zones 3-4 EMT CONDUIT ½" EMT conduit up to 6' 0" ¾" EMT conduit up to 8' 6" 1" EMT conduit up to 10' 0" 1 METAL STUD 1 5 ⁄ 8" metal stud (25 gage) up to 6' 2" 2½" metal stud (25 gage) up to 10' 6" figure 3 Maximum Recommended Lengths for Vertical Struts 45º or less 45º or less 45º or less 45º or ...

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Seismic Technical Guide

Additional guidelines are referenced in the CISCA Guidelines for Zones 3-4, which is also referenced as the basis for installation in Seismic Design Categories D-F and the CISCA Guidelines for Zones 0-2, which is also referenced as the basis for installation in Seismic Design Category C. Installation ...

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CONSTRUCTION EXCELLENCE AWARDS

*NEW IN 2009 CISCA 2009 CONSTRUCTION EXCELLENCE AWARDS CALL FOR ENTRIES REGIONS CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS The Ceilingsand Interior Systems Construction Association (CISCA) invites applications for their Construction Excellence Awards competition.

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ACOUSTICS IN

CISCA is to be the recognized authority and resource for the acoustical ceiling and wall systems industry. Over the next three years, CISCA will: Recruit and retain select • prominent and emerging leaders Provide relevant, effective • education Develop and promote technical • and installation guidelines ...

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Seismic Technical Guide Technical Document

CISCA Guidelines for Zones 0-2, which is also referenced as the basis for installation in Seismic Design Category C. In 2012 this will change from the CISCA Guidelines to ASTM E580, Standard Practice for Installation of Ceiling

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Subject: Suspended Ceiling Support and Bracing Systems

BUILDING DIVISION PLAN CHECK NOTE From: Building Plan Check PCN #24 Previous Version: 12-10-2002 Date: 5-1-2008 Revised: 7-8-2009 Subject: Suspended Ceiling Support and Bracing Systems References: 2006 IBC 803.9 and 1613.1 ASCE 7-05 13.3.1 and 13.5.6 ASTM C 635 & 636 CISCA Seismic Zones 3 & 4 i ...

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Installing Acoustical Lay-in Type Ceilings in Seismic Regions

The practices listed herein are for ceilings in Seismic Design Categories D, Eor F. REFERENCED DOCUMENTS, AGENCIES AND STANDARDS: International Building Code (IBC) California Building Code (CBC) American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) American Society Civil Engineers (ASCE) CISCA (Ceiling and Interior ...

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Suspension Systems for Acoustical Lay-in Ceilings

Source: CISCA Seismic zones 3-4 Seismic Separation Joints (figure 7) •*For*ceiling*areas*exceeding*2,500*square*feet,*a*seismic*separation*joint*or*full* height*wall*partition*that*breaks*the*ceiling*shall*be*provided*unless*analyses*are* performed*of*the*ceilings*bracing*system,*closure*angles*and ...

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Preliminary Seismic Design Analysis

Preliminary Seismic Design Analysis TN-0095, Rev A Page 1 of 10 1. INTRODUCTION Seismic hazard assessment for the design of the ATST telescope and facilities will require at least two levels of analysis.

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