Red, WO0W, gave good advice...you need professional
analysis, before considering the balcony as support.
I might add that 20' additional feet of tower is cheap,
when compared with both the cost of the analysis, and
the risks involved.
Mike Wrigglesworth wrote:
>I'm hoping to install a 50' self-supporting tower onto a 12" concrete slab
>that is a balcony on a building within a plant. The balcony is 17' above
>grade and has a surface 12' x 17'.
>Is this possible or will I need to install a 70' tower in a full foundation
>Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.
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