Yes. Full-height concrete masonry walls can be used with metal building systems. Exterior partial-height or wainscot walls, and interior loadbearing walls or nonloadbearing walls can also be used with metal building systems. For more information on concrete masonry walls and metal building systems, see TEK 5-5B Integrating Concrete Masonry Walls With Metal Building Systems.
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