Figure 2.87: Kirkwood Meadows Lodge, Lake Kirkwood, California. Bull Field Volkmann and
Stockwell, 1972. This two story day lodge is phase I of an entirely new ski resort. The flat roof is a steel
frame, single-roof structure supported by three-dimensional trusses tied to steel columns. It is designed
for a 250 psf snow load and is drained through pipes in warm interior walls. ("Ski Resorts: Building
Types Study # 456." Architectural Record, Jan. 1974. p. 149)
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