What is a joist girder?
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A joist girder is a structural member used to support floors and ceilings in many types of construction. It is composed of several wooden joists joined together with metal braces or gussets, and attached to a beam or main support structure. Joist girders provide an efficient means of supporting large spans for residential and commercial floor framing.