Commercial Metal Stud Framing
With this new book you'll quickly learn, step-by-step, the basic methods (and some valuable tricks of the trade) to master high-speed metal stud framing in commercial construction. If you're an experienced wood framer, you already have many of the skills you'll need. This manual, written by a framer who runs work for one of the largest metal stud contractors in the country, tells you just about everything you need to know to transfer those skills to metal stud framing in commercial buildings.
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TRICKS OF THE TRADE
Suspended Drywall Ceiling Methods
Fastening Ceiling Materials
Figuring Soffit Stud Length
I3 Structural Stud Walls
Q FireRated Walls and Ceilings
JM Suspended Drywall Ceiling Systems
IB Drywall Methods
Hollow Metal Jambs
Q Furred Walls
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