- Architectural/General: Floor plans
- Note whether the isolated slab area is one single isolated slab, or divided into
multiple isolated slabs and/or non-isolated infill areas.
- Section Details
- EOS (edge of slab) conditions and transitions
- slab thickness (typically 4"-6")
- airspace under the slab (typically 2")
- housekeeping pads or other areas of thicker concrete
- Loading Data Clarifies which walls sit on the isolated slab, and which walls sit on the structural slab
For walls that sit on the isolated slab, provide:
- Partition plan
- Partition schedule
- Partition heights
- Load path and load (in pounds or KIPS) of any stationary equipment, millwork, etc.
- Load path and weights of any operable partitions/curtains, seating, equipment, etc.
- Identify and provide equipment and materials with their respective weights that may be moved
on floor during or after construction.
- framing plan and/or edge-of slab plan
- restrictions/requirements of isolator spacing, if any (typically 48" on center each way)
- type of concrete (normal weight, lightweight, etc.)
- Acoustical: (from Acoustical Consultant and only if applicable)
- 1" or 2" Spring deflection
- Minimum Spring Deflection
- Damping Information
- Venting Details