Precast modular structural building method

(10) US 2020/0131754 Al

(22) 14.11.2019

(43) 30.04. 2020

(57) The present invention is a modular structural building method consisting of prefabricated, precast, composite rein­forced concrete raised floor and steel beam panels with adjustable levelling connection assemblies between panels, supported by columns. The system has the ability to accom­modate the use of the floor by construction personnel during the on-site assembly process. The perimeter of the raised floor slab can be provided with ducts for a field installed conventional reinforcement means to create a continuous structural diaphragm for the floor panel.

(71) Scott Edward Heatly, Albuquerque, NM (US)

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