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Structural - Cladding a Steel Lintol in Oak - Fern Bank

Sometimes architects have strange ideas best known to themselves. For this project we were asked to take a new oak beam and cut it down to sit against a steel boot lintel, with a soffit return underneath.

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The steel lintel in question!

oak beam cutting the oak
The Oak beam cut in two. A lip has been cut along the length of the oak beam so it overhangs the steel lintel for a soffit return. Perpendicular angled slots are also being cut to accomodate the bracing fins on the steel boot lintel.

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Detail of slots being cut and cleaned out.

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Cutting the tenon for the soffit, and the profile of the oak beam after cutting.

Still to come, images of the beam in place.......



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