The removable stair is developed as a planar system that is suspended via 1/2", galvanized, threaded rods, and 3 main steel brackets that are anchored between the protruding legs of two steel angles bolted to the north CMU wall.  The pairs of angles are a repetitive system that marks each filled cell (4'-0" o.c.) on the inside for the length of the wall - also serving here to allow the roof plane to float over top of the CMU shell system - and at the eastern most 12' of the outside of the north

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