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Steve Behrens
Steve in The Plan Room
We finished up another...and currently the newest...Keiser University. This one is in Traditions (west Port Saint Lucie), Florida.
Steve Behrens
Steve
@GeorgeMTL Hi George. I know your company is in Barbados. Hope you are recovering from both Irma and Maria hurricanes. Let us know, when you come back to the site, how things are going for you.
Steve Behrens
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@Pelican Hey Frank W Bundy! Thanks for joining! For some helpful information on how to complete your profile & how to use this site, please see "How To?" at the top or bottom of every page. It is also linked in this post. Please make yourself at home!
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@TennesseeWarrior Hey Jim Kirby! Thanks for joining! For some helpful information on how to complete your profile & how to use this site, please see "How To?" at the top or bottom of every page. It is also linked in this post. Feel free to start making posts, reply to some existing posts, or just take a look around. Please make yourself at home!
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@GeorgeMTL Hey George Hutchinson! Thanks for joining! For some helpful information on how to complete your profile & how to use this site, please see "How To?" at the top or bottom of every page. It is also linked in this post. Feel free to start making posts, reply to some existing posts, or just take a look around. Please make yourself at home!
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@JorgeMiami Hey Jorge Archilla! Thanks for joining! For some helpful information on how to complete your profile & how to use this site, please see "How To?" at the top or bottom of every page. It is also linked in this post. Feel free to start making posts, reply to some existing posts, or just take a look around. Please make yourself at home!
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Steve Behrens
Steve in Hollow Metal Doors
You can find all the FBC Wind Load approvals and documentation for all of our hurricane tested hollow metal doors and frames right here on our site...just use the link in this post and you will go right to our FBC wind load page. We made this into an organized list of what we have available and IN STOCK here at our Fort Pierce location. This is also what you need to submit to the building department for permits. Just click the one you need and print it out.
http://www.commdoor.com/hurricane_doors.html
Steve Behrens
Steve in Specifications
Attached in the link in this post is a 4 page spec catalog from Premier Products. Premier hollow metal doors and frames are one of the 3 hollow metal manufacturers we use. Premier Products hollow metal is the one we keep in stock in our shop. In this attachment is all the specifications needed for an architect to specify these doors and frames and is also a good reference for GC's needing specific details on our commercial doors and frames.
http://commdoor.com/PremierSpecCatalog.pdf
Steve Behrens
Steve in The Plan Room
We just finished up the Saint James Academy in Fort Pierce, Florida job. The Academy is a Christian School and they had built a large addition. It was 52 openings total and we supplied all the doors, frames, and hardware. A nice clean job and all went off without a hitch!
Steve Behrens
Steve in HM Frame Anchors
When installing a frame into an existing concrete wall, the frame will have to be "punch and dimpled" and have expansion bolts supplied. Make sure you get the correct size when you receive your product. The 5" bolts are good for a poured slab wall but if you try to use these in a block wall that is not filled inside the block, they will be a bit too long and the expansion part will extend into the hollow part of the block and will not grab anything. The 4" bolts are needed in this case.
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