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Title: Proposed Standard Methods for the Measurement of Concrete Work
Author(s): ACI Committee on Standard Methods for the Measurement of Concrete Work
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 301-307
Abstract:The following divisions are recognized as separate and distinct items in the construction of concrete work for which separate modes of meaurement are necessary. I. Monolithic Concrete: (a) Concrete. (b) Forms. (c) Reinforcement. (d) Surface Finish. II. Sidewalks. III. Structural Cast Concrete: (a) Concrete (b) Reinforcement (c) Erection IV. Cast Concrete Trim and Ornamental Work. The following general rules shall govern the measurement of the above items (with the exceptions where specifically noted): (a) All work shall be measured net as fixed or placed in the structure. (b) In no case shall non-existent material be measured to cover extra labor. (c) No allowance shall be made for waste, voids, or cutting.
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