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Stair in a Boathouse with constraints
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May 9, 2020 - 1:46 pm
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Hi Per,

I am back to assist you. Ness only changed the step thickness to 38mm so if you want I can provide you the documents. Just let me know.

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Hi Ness,

I hope Michel is recovering and back soon – please relay my greetings.

I think I will need to halt my monthly subscription. Hope it is sufficient to notify you in this reply.

I hove not been able to verify your last revised design as I have no longer access to my office.

I will try to give you a feedback, otherwise things are as they are for now.

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Per Birger

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Hi Per,

Michel is actually ill so I’m taking over some of the questions on the forum for him.

I’ve had a look into your project that looks very nice and well thought out.

I’ve changed the step thickness to 38mm.

I attach the file for your appreciation and validation before sending the production documents.

Best regards,

Ness Tillson

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Hi Michel,

I think we are good to go.

The only thing is the step thickness. I think we should increase it further to 38mm minimum. My plan was to build the stair in plywood commonly available and paint it. My idea was to add 40mmx40mm noses in oak. Glue and screw. My idea is to have same oak in the railing.

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Per Birger

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Hi Per,

Stair looks ok however I changed the step thickness to 35mm which for me is a minimum thickness for a step. 

I added your balustrade in the SKP file. Let me know if you need the documents. I also added the stairfile but you will not be able to open it as SD7 got a new version which is not available yet on the website. Should be a matter of days. 

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Michel

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Michel, 

please excuse my name mixup.

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Hi Stefan,

I am impressed. You did put the stair right where I intended to. I looked exactly as planned.

The 2cm height difference is of no concern. The floor below has a fall of 2cm/meter – Ill fine tune this by means of the concrete steps. 

I verified the heights. It seemed ok.

I have made a few changes to the sketch for clarity. The beam will be moved if required. 

I am happy with the stairdesign.

As I am no designer of stairs I hope you will look after the width of the step vs the width of the total stair. Pls let me know if there are any recommendation in terms of easiness to use/climb the stair. Or any other optimisation for thet matter.

I guess there will be fairly simple to copy your rail to be extended to provide a restriction not to fall into the stairway. I think I am going to create the steps of 2 pieces, one main piece in painted pine and the nose in oak. My plan is to make the railing in oak as well.

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Per Birger

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Hi Per

t is not very clear to me indeed but I imported your stair in the drawing and put it where I think it should come. Please check and let me know. The height seems not to match as also the width is crossing a support beam on the side 

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Hi Stefan,

I have saved the SketchUp file in “2019” format.

I am an absolutely novice when it comes to drawing tools – so bear over with me for doing a pretty lousy job   here – nevertheless I hope you’re able to see the stair environments

It is identified a start of the step in concrete. I will update this when we have settled on the stair design. 

Per Birger

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Hi Per,

I have worked on your stair to make set the railing in line with the cutstringers and changed some interconnections features like step/riser penetration in newels and risers in steps and cutsringer connection to newels. Also optimised the step windings.

Added a landing step for your upper floor connection. Changed the handrail to straight and reduced to 150 mm height.

About the first 30 cm, you could provide some platform for your stair to start on. Have considered this in your stair height already?  Further about headroom and other technicalities I cannot tell as I have not enough information to work with. 

Can you provide me with the SKP files in the 2018 or 2019 version?

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Michel

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I am in the process to add a stair to a boathouse. I have a number of constraints and Challenges;

– tide is 30cm above floor (everything up to this height to be in non Wood materials.

– New bathroom planned (extension of building) with door from stairlanding in concrete

– Hight below ceiling limited

– Stair to be closed

– thought to have a hidden stringer (less work?)

– Not sure about rails

Do you have any early comments?

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Per Birger

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