So in terms of the nails, as we mentioned earlier,

it was 691 fbm x 10lb/1000 fbm gives us a value

of 6.9 pounds of nails required for the form work for that wall.

So lastly, we've got the form ties, and so

these ties actually tie the form work together as per the name.

So the number per wale is 304 inches per 31 inches, gives us a value of 10,

and per sides, we've got five rows by looking at the drawing,

at ten per row, so 5 times 10 gives us 50.

The area of the wall is 2 by 9.5 by 25.33

gives us the full area of 481 square feet.

The maximum load on a tie is 481, divided by 2,

and then we'll say 664 divided by 50

gives us the pounds of 3,194 pounds.

There are 4,000 pounds of 3,000 pounds ties.

Use the 4,000 or recalculate the tie spacing to limit it to 3,000 pounds.