Functional Requirements of a Masonry Wall

The usual functional requirements of a masonry wall include

  1. Adequate Strength to support imposed loads.
  2. Sufficient water tightness.
  3. Sufficient visual privacy and sound transmission.
  4. Appropriate fire resistance.
  5. Ability to accommodate heating, air conditioning, electrical and plumbing equipment.
  6. Ability to receive various finish materials cost.
  7. Ability to provide openings such as doors and window.


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