Title: Architectural Concrete-Forms, Molds And Surfaces
Author(s): William C. Wagner
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 225-241
In building forms for architectural concrete there is no radical departure from the practice accepted for structural concrete, unless it be that they are lined with materials that control the character of the resultant surface. This discussion will therefore be confined to these materials and such variations from usual practice as are required to yield a satisfactory finish. Subsequent remarks may not receive complete concurrence from all who work with exposed concrete, because of such difference of opinion on the various points of procedure as result naturally from individual experience.