Title: Proposed Revisions to: Specifications for Structural Concrete for Buildings
Author(s): ACI Committee 301
Publication: Structural Journal
Appears on pages(s): 93
Keywords: admixtures; aggregates; air entrainment; architectural concrete; buildings; cements; cold weather construction; compressive strength; concrete construction; concrete durability; concretes; concrete slabs; consolidation; conveying; curing; evaluation; expo
These specifications are a reference standard that the engineer or architect may make applicable to any building project by citing them in the project specifications. He supplements them as needed by designing or specifying individual project requirements. The document covers materials and proportioning of concrete and reinforcing and prestressing steels; production, placing, and curing of concrete; and formwork design and construction. Methods of treatment of joints and embedded items, repair of surface defects, and finishing of formed surfaces are specified. Separate chapters are devoted to slab construction and finishing, architectural concrete, massive concrete, and materials and methods for constructing post-tensioned concrete. Provisions governing testing, evaluation, and acceptance of concrete, as well as acceptance of the structure, are included.