Floor Panels & Systems
- Most commonly used with load bearing wall systems.
- Sealed engineered floor system shop drawings.
Cold-Formed Steel Joist
- Utilization of cold-formed steel joist with punch-outs in web allowing for plumbing and mechanical to be run through floor versus under it. Resulting in better use of floor-to-floor dimensions.
- Cold-formed steel joists can be precut and bundled by unit for field installation.
- Or cold-formed steel joist can be laid out into prefabricated floor panels.
- Ideal for 13’ to 16’ spans.
- Works well with cold-formed steel load bearing systems, but also is ideal to use with structural steel systems, concrete, masonry/block, and even wood.
- Provides long-spans of up to 38’ with minimal joist depth.
- Designed to pour 3-1/2” of concrete over top creating a composite floor system with the joists.
- Easy and fast installation.
- Eliminates the need for metal deck material and labor.
- Works well with cold-formed steel load bearing systems.
- Structural deck utilized to span between bearing walls.
- Creates minimal depth for floor-ceiling profile when height restrictions can be an issue.
- Ideal for 13’-15’ spans.
USG Structo-crete Structural Panels
- Strong-can be used as part of the structure of building carrying both gravity and lateral loads. Tongue-and-groove edges always fit together adding to the strength and stability.
- Fire Performance-one- and two-hour UL-listed fire resistant floor/ceiling designs available with Structo-crete.
- Lightweight-half the density of conventional concrete combined with cold-formed steel framing lowers the weight of each floor.
- Sound Performance-acoustically rated systems available.
- Mold Resistant-Fortacrete is made of cementitious formula that is primarily inorganic to lessen the potential for mold growth even in wet conditions.