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Title: 303.1-97: Standard Specification for Cast-in-Place Architectural Concrete
Author(s): ACI Committee 303
Publication: Technical Documents
Appears on pages(s): 10
Keywords: architectural concrete
Abstract:Note: 303.1-97 is Out of Print. However, a PDF version is available.
This Standard Specification states the requirements for cast-in-place architectural concrete. It includes requirements for the materials, forming, concrete placement, curing, additional treatment, and inspection. The requirements are for vertical (walls) and horizontal (flatwork) architectural concrete separate from the requirements for structural concrete. This is a Reference Standard that the Architect/Engineer may cite in the Project Specifications for a project, together with supplementary requirements for the specific project. Each technical section of 303.1 is written in three-part Section Format of the CSI, as adapted by ACI, modified to ACI requirements, and organized by types of architectural concrete. The language is generally imperative and terse.
Note: 303.1-97 is Out of Print. However, a PDF version is available.