Designer100

Windows and door , wall issues x12

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Does anyone know ho fix issues I have on this commercial remodeling addition?

1) Windows and bar cabinets are not against the wall!

2) wall is not showing on full camera looking back toward where it attaches to the existing building. Wall existing is brick on inside, unless I decide to cover it with gypsum bd!

3) I have a 10 ft. plate with 9 ft dropped ceiling 2 ft x 4 ft acoustic tile in new addition.

 

x12 

 

Newell Cheatham 

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Why do you have a 120" high stem wall in the new section?

I would fix that before doing anything else.

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there is 120" to ceiling joists and the ceiling drops 12" (to 9' ) for suspended ceiling. I have tried all I can to get the windows and doors to lay against the wall and to get the existing wall between existing and new addition to show up. 

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8 hours ago, Designer100 said:

 

there is 120" to ceiling joists and the ceiling drops 12" (to 9' ) for suspended ceiling.

 

Using a 120" hight stem wall will not do what you want.

I think you will find that once you change the stem wall height back to zero, all your problems will be solved.

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