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Title: Section 10—Shrinkage Compensating Concrete for Interior Slabs and Section 11—Industrial Floor Slabs
Author(s): Scott M. Tarr
Publication: Web Session (Outdated)
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Abstract:ACI Committee 301 has just completed a comprehensive revision to the content of ACI 301, “Specifications for Structural Concrete.” This revision expanded the scope of ACI 301 and revised many of the requirements that have been in previous versions for many years. The goal of this session is to show how the design and construction team should use ACI 301 when it’s referenced in Project Specifications, with an emphasis on understanding the relationship between ACI codes and specifications. Topics include modifications to many of the default requirements within the specification and an introduction to new topics. A review of New Business items for the next 301 revision will follow.