Our systems are especially suited to helping architects create highly flexible floor plans with large open spaces.
No Load-Bearing Walls
The post-and-beam arrangement of our moment frame means that no load-bearing or shear walls are required at all (including both inside walls and exterior walls). Additionally there is no need for bracing of any kind. Architects have maximum flexibility in regards to the placement of windows and doors – indeed entire rooms. In fact, a house consisting of all glass walls is entirely possible using the our moment frame.
Our panelized wall systems are typically used as an in-fill wall or curtain wall, and is not used as a structural component.
Spans Up To 30 Feet
Due to the strength of its light-gauge steel beams and joists, the our moment frame can have columns which are spaced up to 30 feet apart, and standard bay sizes of 15 feet x 30 feet or 20 feet x 25 feet are common.
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