Topic: Re: Load bearing wall weight
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Pretty easy for an engineer to check, calculate and verify loads imposed, straight to existing footings, actually check out. You would be wise to make sure, footings, foundations and columns on each end will support the load, as well as determining the beam shape, size etc., small building span etc., also wise to clearly label the steel beam so in the future someone does not rig off of it. To some it seems like overkill, but its too late if something were to fail, I would boldly guess this would be a small "coffee/beer money" task to calculate and check out for any licensed professional engineer qualified to do so.
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