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1

What is required on all anchor penetrations drilled into the slab system?

Who is responsible for scheduling it?

3rd party inspection

The framer schedules it

2

What does the framer provide to the concrete tradepartner regarding wall anchors?

The framing tradepartner provides a plate-break layout to the concrete tradepartner.

3

What is the only type of metal connection hardware used by Shea?

Simpson® brand hardware

4

On Simpson® hardware, what should be done with all the pre-punched nail holes?

They should all be filled with the appropriate nail

5

On Simpson® hardware can you nail through the hardware (outside of a pre-punched nail hole?

No

6

What is the alternate for an MASA?

A Titen®

7

How far from a plate break must a MASA be installed?

12”

8

MASA anchors are nailed plumb within ______ of an inch?

1/2”

9

What’s the maximum gap allowed between the wood framing and a MASA or STHD?

1/8”

10

Titens® on an exterior plate are to be installed a maximum of ________ feet OC?

6’

11

Titens® on an exterior plate are installed no closer than _______ inches from a plate break?

4”

12

STHDs are nailed plumb within ______?

1 1/2”

13

Interior holddowns are ______ and ______?

HTTs and LTTs

14

How do you know how the interior bearing and shear walls are to be anchored?

Per the plans

15

Interior non-bearing walls are anchored every ________ inches OC.

24”

16

On interior non-bearing walls there should be a _______ cut nails at each side of a door opening and at all plate ends.

2

17

Keep all anchors a minimum of ________ inches away from the edge of the concrete slab.

2”

18

Anchor embedment into concrete slabs is _______ inches, plus or minus _______ of an inch. (This does not apply to interior hold-downs).

2 1/4”
1/4”

19

How do you secure a bottom plate that is less than 12” in length?

Adhesive, and a minimum of 2 cut nails

20

How do you install cut nails, or pins when securing a bottom plate?

And why?

Staggered

To avoid splitting the plate

21

Shear transfer connectors at eave blocks (A35/LS70) are to have a max gap of ________ of an inch between the connector and the wood.

1/8”

22

Straps at the top of plate breaks and joints are to be installed _____________________________, not alongside the plate.

Over the top of the top plate

23

STHD hold-downs are to be nailed to ______ full length king studs when possible. Nailing into one ______ stud and one ______ is acceptable

2

One king & one trimmer