This is a recorded webinar series from February 7, 2017.
Specifications are dreaded by most engineers, but they are extremely important in realizing the designer’s intentions for the concrete being placed and constructed. Often, engineers are not in compliance with the material requirements of ACI 318-14. This webinar will review key aspects of several ACI documents, including 318-14 and 301-16, to clarify the engineer’s responsibility in writing the material and specifying performance requirements for concrete construction.
Table of Contents
1. Discuss how to write a code-compliant project construction specification that is in conformance with the requirements of ACI 318-14.
2. Specify project concrete requirements using the designated exposure classes and conditions from Chapter 19 for freeze/thaw, sulfate, water contact, and corrosions protection.
3. Apply information from Chapter 26, “Construction Documents and Inspection,” of ACI 318-14 to write a complete project specification.
4. Understand how to use ACI 301-16 in developing project specifications.
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