Multi-Span Frames

Multi-span frames are most often used in buildings where an interior bearing may be feasible. For spans exceeding 100’ , having an interior bearing is a cost-saving feature, thus reducing the framing cost of a clear-span frame.

Single Slope, Straight Column Frames

Single Slope, Straight Column Frames

W: 15′ – 120′
H: 8′ – 60′
Interior column spaces from 30′ to 100′

 

Single Slope, Tapered Column Frames

Single Slope, Tapered Column Frames

W: 15′ – 120′
H: 8′ – 60′
Interior column spaces from 30′ to 100′

Double Slope, Straight Column Frames

Double Slope, Straight Column Frames

W: 16′ – 120′
H: 8′ – 60′
Interior column spaces from 30′ to 100′

 

Double Slope, Tapered Column Frames

Double Slope, Tapered Column Frames

W: 30′ – 200′
H: 8′ – 60′
Interior column spaces from 30′ to 100′

Long Bay

Long Bay

Open web truss subframes simplify installation of mechanical and electrical systems and provide roof support

Up to 65′ of unobstructed column-free interior to maximize open floor space

Tapered or straight interior columns; sidewall columns may not be necessary for buildings that include completely load-bearing walls

Standing seam roof or can be used with B-deck for a built-up or single-ply roof

Compatible with tilt-wall or pre-cast concrete, EIFS and curtain wall assemblies, masonry, brick and insulated or single-skin metal wall panels