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April 10, 2006
A steel framework with
mounting plates has been
designed so that each
extension may be securely attached to the
billboard. A structural analysis has been completed
by Jim Haynes, P.E., State of Washington License #21470. The findings
state that the frame and prop installation meet the requirements of IBC 2003
and ASCE 7-02 for a ground wind design condition of 110 mph.
Compliance is predicated on the installer concluding the pivot are
attachment to the billboard with a structure capable of restraining the
normal loads imposed at that location. The total estimated
weight is approx. 432 lbs including the prop, the frame and the hardware.
Click here to download the complete
structural analysis report.
Luggage Strap and Buckle Framework
Adjustable Extensions on Support Frame
The extension arms allow for adjustment of the buckle distance
from the billboard face and will accommodate various billboard
configurations including both old and new billboard construction.
Treatment and Span Treatment
The corners of the billboards will
also include a round corner treatment. The detail drawing shows the
corner pieces and how they will be mounted to the corners of the billboard.
In addition, the billboards must be extended approx. 10 1/2" on all sides.
Billboard Installer may elect to construct extensions to span entire
billboard length for additional vinyl support.
Corner and Middle
Attached to Billboard
Corner Treatment (1/2" Dia. Bolts Not Shown Here)
Alignment of Strap and Oval Hole
The right edge of the strap should
line up with the right edge of the simulated tag hole in the vinyl.
This applies to all billboard sizes.
Contact Tim Vittetoe
Originals at (425)
260-8949 or e-mail us at