General Help

  1. The submission number is formatted the following way: ##-##-##, Request-Submission-Building
  2. Before moving onto any tabs to the right of the Shape tab, BE SURE to populate everything in the Shape - Building Information area since it is used by the other controls

Requirements

  1. Windows 7 or later
  2. Microsoft .NET version 4.5.1 installed on your computer

If updating, UNINSTALL Old Corle Form First

Windows 10

  1. Close application (Corle form)
  2. Open 'Uninstall or change a program' (Right click Start -> Apps and Features [on right] -> Programs and Features)
  3. Scroll down to QuickQuote_Form in program list and right click -> Uninstall
  4. When prompted with, 'Are you sure you want to uninstall QuickQuote_Form?', click 'Yes'
  5. Wait for uninstall to complete

Windows 8

  1. Close application (Corle form)
  2. Open 'Uninstall or change a program' (Right click Start to open the Start Context Menu -> Programs and Features)
  3. Scroll down to QuickQuote_Form in program list and right click -> Uninstall
  4. When prompted with, 'Are you sure you want to uninstall QuickQuote_Form?', click 'Yes'
  5. Wait for uninstall to complete

Windows 7

  1. Close application (Corle form)
  2. Open 'Uninstall or change a program' (Click Start -> Contol Panel [on right] -> Programs and Features)
  3. Scroll down to QuickQuote_Form in program list and right click -> Uninstall
  4. When prompted with, 'Are you sure you want to uninstall QuickQuote_Form?', click 'Yes'
  5. Wait for uninstall to complete

INSTALL New Corle Form

Windows 7/8/10

  1. Using Internet Explorer, browse to http://quoteform.corle.com:808/
  2. Click the 'New Windows Corle Quote Form program' link
  3. Click the 'Download the current form' button
  4. Click 'Run' at the bottom of the screen when prompted
  5. When prompted with 'Setup.exe is not commonly downloaded and could harm your computer.', click 'Actions'
  6. A 'This program might harm your computer' pop-up screen will appear. Click 'More Options' -> 'Run Anyway'
  7. Click 'Next' -> 'Install' -> 'Finish' in the InstallShield Wizard setup to complete the installation
  8. There should now be a 'QuickQuoteForm' folder on your desktop. Any files with the '.corle' extension will now be opened with the application

How To Create a New Job/Building

  • Start the application and click 'Submission' -> 'Save As New'. Select an appropriate directory to save the currently empty file and use a name that includes the date. This will help keep track of the most current file, which should always be used. All the .corle files that are eventually received via email need to be saved there as well. It is best to keep all related files in the same directory and to save often.

How To Open an Existing Building

  • There are two ways: the first is to double click on the .corle file to open the application with that building. The second way is to use the application's 'Submission' -> 'Open File' menu item to browse to the desired building (.corle) file and double click it to open.

How to Save a Building

  • Click on the 'Submission -> 'Save' menu item. Be careful NOT to use 'Save As New'.

How To Use Save As New or Use a Previous Building as a Start for a New Building

  • 'Save As New' will delete the submission information. It will allow you to rename the file and clear the submission information which will indicate a new building set. Be careful not to do this with a current building set that you wish to submit again.

How To Add Additional Buildings to the Building Set

  • • Use the 'Add Copy' or 'Add New' buttons. 'Add Copy' will add a complete copy of the current building, including all sections and entries. 'Add New' will add a mostly blank building and include Basic building information in the first four expansion of the ‘Info” tab and the Design Loads of the Loads tab only.

How To Change Current Building

  • In the building control area, use the drop down to select the desired building to modify.

How To Use the Validation Button

  • Selecting the validate button will validate the current building only, it will not validate all buildings in this set.

How To Delete a Building

  • The 'Delete' button will delete the current building, unless there is only a single building. The .corle file will not be deleted from this button since it will always contain at least one building.

How To Submit a Building for a Quote

  • With the selected building set open in the application, ensure the building has been saved. Then use the 'Submission' -> 'Send' menu item to submit the building. This process may take some time depending on the internet speed and number of buildings. Automatic validation will be ran on all of the buildings in the set and an error window will be displayed for each building. Only when all errors have been corrected will the building set be submitted to Corle. The status at the top of the application will indicate the progress. A pop up window will inform you when the submission is complete. After the quote has been completed by Corle, you will be emailed several files to the address you registered with in the dealer site. The first file will be the .corle file, completed and modified. This file should be used for any further submissions of this building set. The next file will be a .PDF quote file. This will be the official quote for this building set. This should be carefully reviewed for accuracy as it will be the official order document. Any problems, issues, or inaccuracies should be adjusted by Corle and reissued to you. You should also receive a set of .PDF building drawing files for each building separately.

How To Expand or Collapse Tab Sections

  • Individual expansions can be clicked on to expand or collapse the content. To expand or collapse all expanders of a tab, click the 'Sections' -> 'Expand All' or 'Collapse All' menu item.

How To Print

  • To print a single building of the building set, change the current building being displayed using the drop down list in the building controls, then click the 'Export' -> 'PDF Current Building' menu item. This will give you options on what sections to print for the current building. To print all buildings in this set, click the 'Export' -> 'PO-PDF All Buildings' menu item.

How To Use This Help

  • For help on a given section in the form (in the application), open the form to that section and click the blue question mark (?). That will open an internet browser and take you directly to the corresponding section on this webpage. This webpage has a clickable top half that will display descriptions of the various menu items and building controls in red. The bottom half, starting from the tabs, operates in the same basic manner as the form. Descriptions of the content in each expander can be found in the gold outlined box below each section.

Measurements

  • Feet (whole number) - Linear measurement. In a few areas, feet may be a decimal number.
  • Inches (decimal number) - While our accuracy is to a sixteenth of an inch, keeping to the nearest inch or half inch is usually sufficient for most measurements. Isolated inch measurements (where there is not a feet measurement), can be 12 or greater. Otherwise, inches must be less than 12.
  • kps (decimal number) - A force of 1000 pounds. 1kp = 1000lbs
  • Tons (decimal number) - A measurement of weight. Equivalent to 2000 pounds.
  • psf (decimal number) - Pounds per square foot.
  • mph (decimal number) - Miles per hour.
  • kPa (decimal number) - A kilo pascal measurement of pressure where 1.0 kPa is the pressure exerted by 100kg over 1 square meter. A kilo pascal can be described as a weight over a given area.
  • Other measurements - Usually require decimal numbers.

Validation

To run validation for the current selected building only, click the 'Validate' button on the form. Any errors will be highlighted in the form and correspond with an error listed in the error pop-up screen. Validation is also ran automatically for all buildings in the set when submitting a building set. This time, an error window will be shown for each building. Each expander in the error pop up will correspond to an expander in the application with the exception of the Loads -> Design Information expander, which may have several. The building(s) will not be submitted until all errors are corrected. Please run validation frequently as you move along inside the form.

Tax Information

New Sales Tax Rules

As of January 1, 2019, a new taxation model will be utilized. Due to the Supreme Court Decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., sales tax will now be collected based on project location unless the order is picked up at Corle Building Systems by the ordering party. If the order is picked up by the ordering party at Corle Building Systems, Pennsylvania sales tax will be applied.

To qualify for sales tax exemption, a formal exemption certificate will need to be submitted and approved for the state in which the order is delivered. For tax exemption of an order picked up at Corle Building Systems by the ordering party, a Pennsylvania tax exemption certificate must be submitted and approved. This is not a final invoice and taxes are subject to change up to the date of shipment.

The email for tax exemptions is: taxexemptions@corle.com

Please click around on the interactive Quote Form for further help.

Please select a building control button on the top of the form to display help for it

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Info

Purchaser/Customer - Contact Information
  1. Quote or PO - Whether you’re requesting a quote or this is a PO
  2. Process Order For - Reason for the submission
  3. Date - Input the date of request or PO
  4. Today - Lists today's date of request or PO
  5. Bldg Short Name - User friendly name used in building control (only used in the form)
  6. Building # of # - Which building you're currently viewing
  7. Submission - Submission number assigned by Corle (###-#)
  8. DM Name - District manager name (Corle salesperson)
  9. DM Email - District manager email (Corle salesperson)
  10. Dealer Name and Address 1&2 - Address of dealer (person creating quote form)
  11. Customer Company Name - Purchaser of building
  12. Customer Company Address and assoc. fields - Purchaser of the building
  13. Project Contact Information - Person to contact for project information
  14. Business Contact Information - Purchaser business contact information
Project Location
  1. This is for the location where the building will be erected
  2. Green box (right) is the address the last time the server processed the address If address is changed red warnings appear in price areas
  3. Check address button does a basic address check utilizing Avalara's API
Drawing Requirements

If selected, receive 3 Permit Drawings at price based on method of delivery. Each additional Permit Drawing is $40 regardless of mailing option.

If applicable, receive 3 Approval Drawings at price based on method of delivery. Each additional Approval Drawing is $40 regardless of mailing option.

Receive 3 Final Erection Drawings at price based on method of delivery. Each additional Final Erection Drawing is $40 regardless of mailing option.

If selected, receive 1 Calcuations Page at price based on method of delivery. Each additional Calculations Page is $500 regardless of mailing option.

One Certificate of Design is always provided. Each additional Certificate of Design is free of charge.

  1. Permit Drawing Information - If desired and method of delivery
  2. Permit Drawing Sealed - Whether they’re sealed or not
  3. Permit Drawing Add’l Qty - How many extra copies are desired and if sealed
  4. Approval Drawing Information - Available unless 'Process Order For' (in Contact Information) is 'Fabrication', if desired and method of delivery
  5. Approval Drawing Sealed - Whether they’re sealed or not
  6. Approval Drawing Add’l Qty - How many extra copies are desired and if sealed
  7. Final Erection Drawing Information - If desired and method of delivery
  8. Final Erection Drawing Sealed - Whether they’re sealed or not
  9. Final Erection Drawing Add’l Qty - How many extra copies are desired and if sealed
  10. Calculations Information - If desired and method of delivery
  11. Calculations Sealed - Whether they’re sealed or not
  12. Calculations Add’l Qty - How many extra copies are desired and if sealed
  13. Certificate of Design - One sealed certificate of design is provided
  14. Certificate of Design Add’l - Additional sealed certificates of design
Price, Shipping and Tax
    This section is automatically copied to the Order Form
  1. Building Net Price - Price of building
  2. Basic Building Weight lb - Weight of building in pounds
  3. Freight Zone - 'Common Carrier', 'Customer Pickup', 'US > 1000 Miles', if in Canada freight zones go up to 60. In US up to 20 then select 'US > 1000 Miles' and then enter total miles. Common Carrier enter cost per truck, this may just be a loading fee, Customer Pickup will still be charged a loading fee
  4. Freight Cost - Total amount of the freight
  5. Sales Tax - Total Tax amount of the state or province/city...
  6. Customer Tax Exempt checkbox - This will zero the tax, for canadian jobs this is using their boarder broker
  7. Deposit - Deposit amount in dollars
Terms and Conditions
  1. Checkbox requires check to indicate the terms and conditions have been read
Modifications and Special Conditions
  1. This is used for any additional or special modification to be listed and explained that the form cannot properly handle. There is a limit on the amount of information you can add here and a validation error will appear if you exceed that amount
Adjacent Structure
  1. Adjacent building information - Shape of adjacent building, 'Gable Building', 'Single Slope Building', 'Flat Roof'
  2. Transition Trim by Corle - If Corle is providing the trim, select the color
  3. Width Ft/In - Width of adjacent building in feet and decimal inches
  4. Length Ft/In - Length of adjacent building in feet and decimal inches
  5. Eave Height (Adj Wall) - Eave height of wall facing new building in feet and decimal inches
  6. Adj Wall (LEW, FSW, REW, BSW) - Which wall is facing the new building
  7. Roof Slope - Slope of the adjacent building's roof
  8. Bay Spacing (Adj Wall) - Bay spacings of the wall facing new building (from left to right) in a list of decimal feet values. Each bay width separated by commas, ex: 23.5, 26.25...
  9. Note Grade Changes - Difference of height of existing building's finished floor versus the new building's finished floor
Existing Metal Building
  1. Placeholder

Shape

Building Information
  1. Building Width Ft/In - Width of building in feet and inches
  2. Building Length Ft/In - Length of building in feet and inches
  3. BSW Slope - BSW Slope of building in inches/foot (12). This will just be Roof Slope when not Asymmetrical
  4. FSW Slope - FSW Slope of building in inches/foot (12). This will not appear when not Asymmetrical
  5. Ridge Offset (From BSW) Ft/In - Roof peak ridge offset from back sidewall (BSW) in feet and inches
  6. BSW Eave Height Ft/In - BSW eave (peak) height in feet and inches. When not Asymmetrical, this is calculated by the application and cannot be changed by the user
  7. FSW Eave Height Ft/In - FSW eave (peak) height in feet and inches. This is calculated by the application and cannot be changed by the user
  8. Section - Main Frames
  9. Interior Bay Frame Type - Type of frame (LT = Lean To, SS = Single Slope, TB = Tapered Beam, RF = Rigid Frame)
  10. Column Type - Type of column (Tapered or Straight)
  11. FSW Ft/In - Column elevation for FSW from finished floor in feet and inches
  12. FSW Above or Below Finished Floor - Position of column base (AFF or BFF)
  13. BSW Ft/In - Column elevation for BSW from finished floor in feet and inches
  14. BSW Above or Below Finished Floor - Position of column base (AFF or BFF)
  15. Section - Sidewall
  16. Sidewall Bay Set # Number of Bays - Number of continuous bays in this set
  17. Sidewall Bay Set # Width Ft/In - Width of each bay in this set
  18. Main Frame Interior Column Type - Type of column
  19. Interior Column Elevation - Column elevation from finished floor in inches
  20. Above or Below Finished Floor - Position of interior column base (AFF or BFF)
  21. Interior Column # Ft/In - Location of columns from BSW steel line
  22. Section - Left Endwall
  23. LEW Frame Type - Type of frame
  24. Bay Set # Number of Bays - Number of continuous bays in this set
  25. Bay Set # Width Ft/In - Width of each bay in this set
  26. LEW Cable Bracing Allowed - If 'Standard', LEW braced by cables
  27. Column Elevation Ft/In - Column elevation for LEW from finished floor in feet and inches
  28. Column Elevation Above or Below Finished Floor - Position of column base (AFF or BFF)
  29. Section - Right Endwall
  30. Same as LEW - Copy LEW values
  31. Mirror LEW - Copy in reverse order LEW values
  32. REW Frame Type - Type of frame
  33. Bay Set # Number of Bays - Number of continuous bays in this set
  34. Bay Set # Width Ft/In - Width of each bay in this set
  35. REW Cable Bracing Allowed - If 'Standard', REW braced by cables
  36. Column Elevation Ft/In - Column elevation for REW in feet and inches
  37. Column Elevation Above or Below Finished Floor - Position of column base (AFF or BFF)
  38. Section - Bracing
  39. Front Sidewall Bracing - Type of bracing for FSW. 'Lean To' cannot have FSW bracing
  40. Back Sidewall Bracing - Type of bracing for BSW
Trim Colors
  1. Door and Window Jambs - Color of trim
  2. Rake and Eave - Color of trim
  3. Corner - Color of trim
  4. Base Trim - Color of trim
Eave Trim, Closures, and Base Conditions
  1. Eave Condition - 'Standard' or 'Deluxe' trim that is to be used
  2. Foam Closures, Eave - 'Yes' or 'No' are used
  3. Foam Closures, Rake - 'Yes' or 'No' are used
  4. Foam Closures, Base - 'Yes' or 'No' are used
  5. Base Condition - What to use around base perimeter of all walls ('Base Channel', 'Base Girt', 'Base Angle')
  6. Base Trim - 'Yes' or 'No' is used
Special Clearances
  1. Placeholder

Loads

Design Information

This area is split up by the Governing Code. The Governing Code is the applicable building code for where the projected is located.


  1. IBC Placeholder
Deflection and Serviceability
  1. Entered desired deflection for each only if desired deflection is greater than building code for each item
PointLoads
  1. Location from LEW Ft/In - Distance from LEW to center of load. Ft is a whole number, Inch can be a decimal
  2. Location from BSW Ft/In - Distance from BSW to center of load. Ft is a whole number, Inch can be a decimal
  3. Equipment Desc - Short description of what the load is
  4. Weight (lbs) - Weight of the load in pounds. It can be a decimal
  5. RT/S (Rooftop or Suspended) - Choose for type of load. This will affect the choices in the rest of the line
  6. Curb by Corle - Select appropriate checkbox
  7. Framed Openings or Suspended Load Size - If load is 'RT', provide the dimensions of the roof opening (x and y) in inches. If load is suspended, provide the dimensions of the suspended load
  8. Additional Framing Req’d - If load is suspended, check 'Yes' or 'No'
  9. Structure can pass through framed openings - If load is 'RT', check appropriate box if item can go through opening
  10. The eight lines at the bottom will be automatically filled in from the entries made above and the info entered on the shape tab.
Crane Data
  1. There top 3 are types of cranes and they all have the same fields.
  2. selecting the Crane Type (3 choices) will change the graphic and information required.
  3. The fields are as follows:
    1. Cpacity in tons
    2. Crane type
    3. Operation
    4. Service class
    5. Distance between cranes - this is minimum distance between crane trucks if 2 cranes are on the same rail
    6. Bridge Girter - single or double
    7. Wheel base on truck - distance between the wheels on a single truck
    8. Wheel distance 2 truck bridge if used - this is only if 2 trucks on a rail are used for the same crane bridge.
    9. Bridge weight in kips
    10. Hoist and trolly weight in kips
    11. Wheel load in kips
  4. The 3 types of cranes are as follows:
      Section - Top-Running
    1. Top of Rail from Finished Floor - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    2. Clear Space above Rail and under Haunch - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    3. Horiz. Clear from Haunch to Centerline of Crane Rail - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    4. Centerline to Centerline of Crane Rails (or maximum) - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    5. Other Requirements - Additional crane requirements
      Section - Monorail
    1. Beam Height from Finished Floor - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    2. Centerline Beam from Steel Line - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    3. Horiz. Clear from Haunch to Centerline of Crane Beams - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    4. Other Requirements - Additional crane requirements
      Section - Underhung
    1. Clear Height from Finished Floor - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    2. Centerline Beam from Steel Line - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    3. Horiz. Clear from Haunch to Centerline of Crane Beams - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    4. Centerline to Centerline of Crane Rails (or maximum) - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    5. Other Requirements - Additional crane requirements
  5. There are 2 Crane systems and supporting members provide a rail for the crane unit to ride on.
  6. The fields are as follows:
    1. Offset from BSW - this should line up with the frame of the building
    2. Bride span - this is the width from the craane rail to crane rail
    3. Start and end from end - these are the length of the crane system as measured from the wall
    4. Travel - this is logitudinal (end wall to end wall) or Transverse (side wall to side wall) theis can change start and end as well as span
    5. Runway Rail size - this is 30, 40, 60,80, or 104 only as seen on the shart on the right.
    6. Cap channel size if not by corle
    7. Designed for future crane installation- if selected there will be no crane, only loads will be applied to building
    8. Beam size if not by corle.
    9. Material by combo boxes - these 5 select who supplies the items listed.
    10. Crane assignment - one or more of the crane types can be used in this crane system.
    11. The cranes used here must be of the same crane type, there can be different capacities or other differences but the crane type must be the same.
  7. Jib cranes with suspended boom or cantilever boom
  8. These cranes are positioned on a given frame line
  9. The fields are as follows:
      Section - Jib Crane Suspended Boom
    1. Boom Length - Length of the crane boom in feet and decimal inches
    2. Centerline of pin to face of mounting surface - Distance from face of column to pin in upper support bracket in feet and decimal inches
    3. Suspension connection location - Distance from end of the boom arm to the suspension point in feet and decimal inches
    4. Centerline to centerline of connections - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    5. Clear height from base - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    6. Location of jib Crane - Enter the frame line and offset of the column from the BSW the jib crane is located on. NOTE: Jib crane must be located at a column and offset must be equal to 0, building width, or an interior column location. If it's an interior column, the RF Interior Column Type in Building Info must be either 'Wide Flange Welded Member' or 'Tapered'
    7. Crane Weight - Weight of the column, boom, and other crane supports and components in kps
    8. Thrust and Pull (Torsional) - Torsional stress in pounds
      Section - Jib Crane Cantilever Boom
    1. Boom Length - Length of the crane boom in feet and decimal inches
    2. Centerline of pin to face of mounting surface - Distance from face of column to pin in upper support bracket in feet and decimal inches
    3. Centerline to centerline of connections - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    4. Clear height from base - Distance in feet and decimal inches
    5. Location of jib Crane - Enter the frame line and offset of the column from the BSW the jib crane is located on. NOTE: Jib crane must be located at a column and offset must be equal to 0, building width, or an interior column location. If it's an interior column, the RF Interior Column Type in Building Info must be either 'Wide Flange Welded Member' or 'Tapered'
    6. Supplemental column - Additional column added up against interior column to support jib crane
    7. Crane Weight - Weight of the column, boom, and other crane supports and components in kps
    8. Thrust and Pull (Torsional) - Torsional stress in pounds

Walls/Roof

Roof and Wall Panel
  1. Roof Panel - Type of paneling used
  2. Roof Color - Color of paneling used
  3. Stagger End Laps - If 'Yes', end laps are staggered, if 'No', end laps are aligned
  4. Wall Panel - Type of paneling used
  5. Wall Color - Color of paneling used
  6. NOTE: Insulation Type, 'By Others', is not by Corle. The rest of the Insulation Type choices are all by Corle.
  7. NOTE: Max values for Total Thickness listed
Girt Conditions
  1. Left Endwall - 'Flush' if girt is between rigid frames, 'Bypass' if girt is outside of rigid frame
  2. Front Sidewall - 'Flush' if girt is between rigid frames, 'Bypass' if girt is outside of rigid frame
  3. Right Endwall - 'Flush' if girt is between rigid frames, 'Bypass' if girt is outside of rigid frame
  4. Back Sidewall - 'Flush' if girt is between rigid frames, 'Bypass' if girt is outside of rigid frame
Insulation
  1. Insulation Type - General type of insulation/supplier
  2. Roof Insulation - System or type used in roof
  3. Roof Total Thickness - Thickness of insulation in inches
  4. Roof Over Purlin - Thickness of insulation in inches between purlin and roof surface
  5. Walls Insulation - System or type used in walls
  6. Walls Total Thickness - Thickness of insulation in inches
  7. Walls Over Girt - Thickness of insulation in inches between girt and wall surface
  8. Partitions Insulation - System or type used in partitions
  9. Partitions Total Thickness - Thickness of insulation in inches
  10. # of 150’ Patch Tape Rolls - Number of rolls
  11. # of 180’ Double Sided Rolls - Number of rolls

Openings

Open Wall Conditions
  1. Wall - Select which wall the open wall condition is located, or select 'ALL' if it affects all walls and is full length on all walls. Choose 'Remove' to delete the current open wall condition row
  2. Full Length - Yes/No, select if the length of the condition will be the full length of the wall or a lesser number of continuous bays on the selected wall
  3. Bay Start - If full length, value would be bay 1, if not, the first bay the condition is true. If only one bay, then the start and end would be the same bay number
  4. Bay End - If full length, the last value would be the last bay on the wall, if not, the last bay the condition is true
  5. Full Height - If 'Yes', the height of the condition is the full height of the selected wall, if 'No', the height is less than the full wall height
  6. Height Ft/In - Height is specified in feet and decimal inches
  7. Deduct - 'Panels', 'Girts', or 'Panels & Girts', what to remove for this condition
  8. Open For - Reason for the removal in 'Deduct'
  9. Panel Pressure - If 'Panel Pressure' is used in calculations
  10. Material Description - If other building material, specify the material being used
  11. Wind Design - Whether or not to consider this condition when designing bracing
  12. Support Type - What support, if any, is being used in this area
  13. Masonry/Concrete Thickness - Used if 'Open For' is 'Masonry'
  14. Reinforce - Whether to use wind beams or not
  15. Wind Beam Elevation - If 'Reinforce' is 'Yes', elevation of wind beam

Framed Openings
  1. Trim - Type of trim ('Deluxe', 'Standard') to be used
  2. Qty - Number of openings filled in for this information
  3. Wall - Wall that contains the framed opening
  4. Width Ft/In - Width of opening in feet and decimal inches
  5. Height Ft/In - Height of opening in feet and decimal inches
  6. Opening Type - Reason for the framed opening
  7. Field or Factory Located - If opening is cut in the field or designed for in the factory
  8. Adequate to resist wind - If designed, incorporates this opening
  9. Sill Height - Height from finished floor where the sill or bottom of the opening begins
  10. Bay # - Bay containing the framed opening
  11. Bay # Offset Ft/In - Location of beginning of opening in feet and decimal inches from the beginning of the bay. Must not be closer than 12 inches
Open Wall
  1. Data copied from Open Wall Conditions, laid out in a different manner

Extensions

Roof Extensions
  1. Wall - First two are set to LEW and REW as they must be full length. This is the wall the extension is on
  2. Width Ft/In - Width of extension
  3. Full - 'Yes' if it is the full length of the wall, else 'No'
  4. Bay Start - Starting bay of the extension
  5. Bay End - Ending bay of the extension, inclusive
  6. Insulated - 'Yes' or 'No' if the roof insulation continues into extension
  7. Panel - Type of panel used
  8. If 'Other' - Short description if 'Other' panel type
  9. Color - Color of panel used
  10. # Downspout - This is the number of downspouts for this roof extension. This is not included in the droptubes quantity that is listed in the Accessories -> Gutters and Downspouts section. If 0 than no gutter is present.
  11. Valley Gutter - In order to use Valley Gutter you must have either a Parapet, Facade, or Adjacent Structure closer than 2 feet. Adjacent Structure Not an existing metal building as it has no distance from current building entry.
Parapets
  1. Parapets - The portion of the wall that extends above the roof
  2. Wall - which wall parapet is located
  3. Bay Start - Starting bay of the parapet
  4. Bay End - Ending bay of the parapet, inclusive
  5. Top Elevation Ft/In - Height of parapet above finished floor in feet and inches
  6. Back Panel - Type of panel
  7. Thickness - Thickness of panel
  8. Other Panel - Description of panel if 'Other'
  9. Color - Color of panel
  10. Cap Trim Color - Color of cap trim to cap inner and outer wall
  11. Corner Trim Color - Color of corner trim to cap inner and outer wall corner
Mansards/Facades
  1. Wall - Which wall Mansard or Facade is located
  2. Projection Ft/In - Tthe distance the Mansard or Facade extends over the steel line
  3. Bay Start - Starting bay of Mansard or Facade
  4. Bay End - Ending bay of Mansard or Facade (inclusive)
  5. Slope - Slope of Mansard or Facade face
  6. Bottom Ft/In - Clear height of bottom of Mansard or Facade to finished floor
  7. Top Ft/In - Clear height of top of Mansard or Facade to finished floor
  8. Mansard/Facade - Mansard = An enclosed extension with a vertical face. An enclosed roof extension
       Facade = An open extension with a vertical face
    Bottom Sheeting Section
  9. Front Panel - Type of panel used for front
  10. Front Panel Color - Color of panel used for front
  11. Cap Trim - Whether or not to include cap trim
  12. Color - Color of cap trim if included
  13. Back Panel - Type of panel used for back
  14. Back Panel Color - Color of back panel
  15. Corner Trim - Whether or not to include corner trim
  16. Corner Trim Color - Color of corner trim if included
  17. Soffit Panel - Type of panel used for soffit
  18. Soffit Panel Color - Color of soffit panel
  19. Base Trim - Whether or not base trim is included
  20. Color - Color of base trim if included
Canopies
  1. Wall - Which wall canopy is located on
  2. Projection Ft/In - Length from building
  3. Full - If the canopy is the full width of the wall
  4. Bay Start - Starting bay of canopy
  5. Bay End - Ending bay of canopy (inclusive)
  6. Indicate Slope - Slope of canopy
  7. Clear Height AFF Ft/In - Height from finished floor to the bottom of the canopy framing
  8. Roof Panel - Type of roof panel being used
  9. Roof Panel Color - Color of roof panel
  10. Provide Gutter - Whether to provide a standard gutter, snow gutter, or no gutter. If no gutter, then there will be no downspouts
  11. Gutter Color - Gutter color if provided
  12. Soffit Panel - Type of soffit panel being used
  13. Soffit Panel Color - Soffit panel color
  14. Soffit Parallel To - Orientation of the soffit panel
  15. # Downspouts - Number of downspouts to provide for the canopy. Should be 0 or empty if no gutter
  16. Downspouts Color - Color of downspouts if provided

Accessories

Translucent Light Panels
  1. Wall Quantities LEW - Number of panels for LEW
  2. Wall Quantities FSW - Number of panels for FSW
  3. Wall Quantities REW - Number of panels for REW
  4. Wall Quantities BSW - Number of panels for BSW
  5. Wall Panel Type - If wall panels are Fibergalss insulated or Non-Insulated or Poly-carbonate Non-Insulated .08,.10,.15 inch
  6. Roof Quantities - Number of panels for roof
  7. Roof Panel Type - If wall panels are Fibergalss insulated or Non-Insulated or Poly-carbonate Non-Insulated .08,.10,.15 inch or Seam-Lok Translucent Panels
  8. Wall/Roof Panel Type chart
    Panel
    Type
    Insulated Material Length Thickness/
    inch
    Color Part Wall
    Roof
    R N Fiberglass 10' 8" N/A N/A LT10-8R W,R
    R Y Fiberglass 10' 8" N/A N/A LT10-8RI W,R
    R N Poly-carbonate 12' 0" 0.08
    0.10
    0.15
    Clear
    Soft White
    White Opel
    SNSKY9
    Ultra-R
    W,R
    L4 N N/A 10' 3" N/A White HW-1472(kit) R
    L4 Y N/A 10' 3" N/A White HW-1473(kit) R
Corle Premium Doors

Economy doors (size 3070) can have any skin, any opener, any closer, and any glazing

Premium doors (sizes 3070, 4070, 6070) can have any skin, any opener, any closer, and any glazing

Fla Appr doors (sizes 3070, 4070, 6070) must have 'Standard' skin, must have either an 'Mort Panic Lever' or 'Mortise Lever' opener, any closer, and any insulated glazing (6070 rated at 150 MPH). All have a 16 Gage skin.

  1. Size - Width and height of door
  2. Color - Color of door
  3. Swing - Type of swing as depicted by pictures. A and B for size 3070 and 4070, C and D for size 6070. (6070 is a double door)
  4. Type - Type of door. Options are, 'Economy', 'Premium', or 'Fla Appr'
  5. If masonry height - If door is through masonry wall, height of masonry wall
  6. Skin - Texture of skin. Either 'Standard', 'Textured', or '18-gage'
  7. Finish Hardware 1 - Type of opener hardware. Options are, 'Mortise Lever', 'Panic Lever', 'Panic lever w/rod', or 'Mortise Panic w/lever'
  8. Finish Hardware 2 - Closer type hardware. Options are, 'Standard Closer', 'Std. Closer w/Latch guard', 'Heavy closer', 'Latch guard', or 'Hvy. Closer w/latch Guard'
  9. Glazing - Size of glass on door. Options are, '6x30 Tempered', '6x30 Insulated', '16x16 Tempered', '16x16 Insulated', '24x30 Tempered', or '24x30 Insulated'
  10. Section - Door Positioning Control
  11. ID - ID as listed above
  12. Wall ID - Which wall door is located
  13. Bay - Which bay door is located
  14. Offset Ft/In - Offset in feet and inches from beginning of bay. Must not be closer than 12 inches
  15. Sill Height Ft/In - If door is elevated off the ground
  16. Save/Delete - Add/remove door
  17. Section - Man Door Canopies
  18. Single Quantity - How many single man door canopies
  19. Color - Color of single man door canopies
  20. Double Quantity - How many double man door canopies
  21. Color - Color of double man door canopies
  22. Wall/Bay # Grid - Number of Man Door Canopies in each bay on each wall
Corle Thermal-Break Windows
  1. Quantity - Amount of this type of window
  2. Type - Type of window
  3. Size - Width and Height of window
  4. Color - Color of window
  5. Subframe or Fin- If 'Fin 'is selected the window will NOT come with a subframe
  6. Mullion Strips - If 'Yes', include mullion strips else 'No'
  7. Section - Window Positioning Control
  8. ID - ID as listed above
  9. Wall ID - Which wall window is located
  10. Bay - Which bay window is located
  11. Offset Ft/In - Offset in feet and inches from beginning of bay. Must not be closer than 12 inches
  12. Sill Height Ft/In - Height from finished floor where the sill or bottom of the window begins
  13. Save/Delete – Add/remove window


Gutter and Downspouts
  1. Gutter Condition - Type of gutter condition, or 'None'. 'None' clears all fields in this section. Also, used for any extensions.
  2. Gutter Color - Color of gutter. Also, used for any extensions.
  3. Downspout Size - Size in inches of downspout, or 'None'. Also, used for any extensions.
  4. Downspout Color - Color of downspout. Also, used for any extensions.
  5. Qty of Drop Tubes FSW/BSW - Amount of drop tubes on either FSW or BSW. These do not include downspouts for roof extensions. If you have a full width roof extension or extensions that fully cover a wall, this number should be 0 for the associated wall.
  6. Valley Gutter - If 'Yes', then gutter is shared between two buildings or used with a parapet or facade
Base Templates
  1. Base Templates - 'Yes' in include base templates, else 'No'. 'No' will clear all fields in this section
  2. Endwall Quantity - Amount of endwall base templates
  3. Interior Quantity - Amount of interior base templates
  4. Sidewall Quantity - Amount of sideway base templates
  5. Purchaser/Customer Address - Check to use Purchaser/Customer Address for advanced shipment
  6. Project Location - Check to use Project Location Address for advanced shipment
  7. Advanced Shipment Address Fields - If not using Purchaser/Customer Address or Project Location, for advanced shipment, supply address
Liner Panel
    If a Wall is selected - Wall Liner Panel
  1. Wall - Choose a wall or roof where the liner panel is locatied.
  2. Full Height - If 'Yes', Liner panel is full height of the wall, else if 'No' the height is less than the full wall height
  3. Top Elevation Ft/In - Height is specified in feet and decimal inches if not full
  4. Full Length - If 'Yes', Liner panel is full length of wall, else if 'No' the length is less than the full wall height
  5. Start/End Location Ft/In - Length is specified in feet and decimal inches if not full
  6. Liner Panel - Type ('R-24', 'R-26', 'R-29') of liner panel. 'R-29' only comes in 'White Sily Poly' and 'Galvalume'. 'None' will clear all fields in this line
  7. Color - Color ('Galvalume', 'White Sily Poly', 'TBD at Time of Order', 'Non-Standard') of liner panel. This affects all liner panel and trim in this line
  8. Trim - If 'Yes', supply cap, column, and window/door trim, else 'No'
  9. Error checking can be done through the validation button.
  10. If Roof is selected - Roof Liner Panel (Starting from Left Endwall)
  11. Roof Liner Panel Full Length - If 'Yes', Liner panel is full length of roof, else if 'No' the length is less than the full roof length
  12. Roof Liner Panel Start/End Location Ft/In - Length is specified in feet and decimal inches if not full

Floors

Mezzanine Reference Diagram
Mezzanine #1 (Mezzanine #2 and #3 sections behave the same way)

Transverse, Longitudinal – longitudinal means travel is from endwall to endwall. Transverse means travel is from sidewall to sidewall. Offset is how far in the perpendicular direction the wall is.

    Section - Mezzanine/Openings Locations
  1. Mezzanine Start From LEW Ft/In - Start location of mezzanine from LEW
    The Location of the Mezzinine and Width/Length is derived from above and entries 1-4.
  2. Mezzanine End From LEW Ft/In - End location from LEW. Difference from End - Start is the length of the mezzanine
  3. Mezzanine Start from BSW Ft/In - Start location of mezzanine from BSW
  4. Mezzanine End From BSW Ft/In - End location from BSW. Difference from End - Start is the width of the mezzanine
  5. Opening 1 Start From LEW Ft/In - Start location of opening 1 in mezzanine from LEW
  6. Opening 1 End from LEW Ft/In - End location of opening 1 from LEW. Difference from End - Start is the length of opening 1 in the mezzanine
  7. Openings 2, 3, 4 are like Opening 1
  8. Section - Wall Design - This is used to help determine support beams for the mezzanine
  9. Wall Type - Type of masonry wall
  10. Wall Depth - Thickness of wall in inches. Includes girt offsets
  11. Wall Bearing - The minimum distance a joist seat must be supported by the wall
  12. Wall 1 Orientation - Longitudinal is parallel to BSW, Transverse is paralell to LEW
  13. Wall 1 Offset - Longitudinal equals the distance to the center of the wall from the BSW. Transverse equals the distance to the center of the wall from the LEW
  14. Wall 1 Start Ft/In - If 'Longitudinal', distance from LEW steel line to the beginning of the wall, else if 'Transverse', distance from BSW steel line to the beginning of the wall
  15. Wall 1 End Ft/In - If 'Longitudinal', distance from LEW steel line to the end of the wall. Subtracting the start from the end distance will give you the length of the wall. Else if 'Transverse', distance from BSW steel line to the end of the wall
  16. Wall 2, 3, 4 like Wall 1
  17. Section - Mezzanine Clearance Dimensions
  18. A to F - See description on form
  19. Section - Mezzanine Design/Material Provided By
  20. Check appropriate boxes for appropriate items
  21. Section - Floor/Deck Information
  22. Supply appropriate information for the floor
  23. Section - Joist Information
  24. Joists Span Direction - Ensure joist orientation is one of the following, 'Tranverse' is parallel to LEW, 'Longitudinal' is parallel to BSW, or 'Most Economical'
    The nominal floor width direction is perpendicular to the joist direction.
    When floor joist rotation is 'T', then the width is the building length direction.
    When floor joist direction is 'L', then the width is the building width direction.
    The Location of the Mezzinine and Width/Length is derived from above and entries 1-4.
  25. Spacing - By Corle is most economical, if 'Other', as specified by builder
  26. Joist Type - Specify type of joist, 'K series' is standard
  27. Connections - Specify type of connection, 'Welded' is standard
  28. Bridging - Specify type of bridging
  29. Section - Design Loads
  30. Select 1 of 4 options, specify the appropriate loads as listed

Order Form

Order Form
  1. Data copied from most of the other areas, laid out in a different manner
Wall Framed Openings & Open Walls
  1. Data copied from Wall Framed Openings and Open Walls, laid out in a different manner
Canopies, Mansards, Facades, Parapets
  1. Data copied from Canopies, Mansards, Facades, Parapets, laid out in a different manner