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An Introduction and Overview to ACI 134 Constructability Committee
by Jim Cornell, JN Cornell Associates LLC
Constructability: From Definition to Industry Practice (ACI Fall 2018 Convention, Las Vegas, NV
This presentation provides an introduction and overview to the newly formed ACI Committee 134 Concrete Constructability. The main objective for this committee is to share best practices for constructability that may be used in design and construction. How do we disseminate our individual experiences and knowledge to the diverse concrete industry?’ It is thru traditional venues like the Convention Technical Sessions we can share our knowledge with each other and hence develop better construction practices. With the ACI 134 vehicle we will publish in Concrete International short articles of new technology, tools, techniques and problem resolution of our concrete structures.
June 24 – 30
Use of Heavy Equipment on Existing Bridges During Construction
by Kyle Eyre, Kiewit
Constructability: From Definition to Industry Practice (ACI Fall 2018 Convention, Las Vegas, NV)
During construction, some bridges experience large equipment loading for the contractor to safely and efficiently perform the construction work. This presentation will focus on the construction engineering analysis and structural design for these operations. Examples showing heavy equipment used on bridges being demolished and new bridges under construction will be provided. Discussion points will include strength, constructability and serviceability checks, and best practices for the safety of workers and the public, including tips for efficient analysis and practical design.
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