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Just converting to Chief Arch from Auto Cad and struggling with wall heights. Footings 24" x 8" basement  walls are ICF 13" wide 9' tall with 24" open bar joist which make the ceiling height 11' to with a 4" concrete cap. Upper level walls are ICF 9" wide with a ceiling height of 10' with vaulted ceiling on family room/kitchen that carries out over the covered deck.

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