Title: Concrete Roads and Pavements
Author(s): ACI Committee S-6
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 537
At the twentieth annual convention in 1924, this committee submitted proposed standards for concrete pavements embodying certain specifications for steel reinforcement. With regard to bar reinforcement, those specifications permitted only the use of structural or intermediate grade steel rolled from new billets. As a result of debate on the convention floor, the committee was instructed to consider further the matter of admitting bars from re-rolled steel and report at the 1925 Convention.