This is a recorded webinar from April 7, 2020.
If you have been in the concrete industry long enough, there is a good chance you’ve had a concrete placement exposed to rain. Scheduling demands often force contractors to work with rain events rather than cancel placements. If a rain event occurs during a placement, concrete can still be placed safely if the rain event is handled properly. This presentation will discuss how different stages of placing and finishing are affected by a rain event and what options are available to contractors at each stage. Preventative actions and the development of a wet weather plan will be discussed. Repair options will also be covered for those placements that have been affected by rain.
Table of Contents
1. Understand the four main properties of rainstorms and what affect they can have on concrete placements.
2. Timing of a rainstorm during a concrete placement will influence how the rain event should be handled. Learn what options available to contractors during the main stages of placing and finishing concrete.
3. Understand what a “wet weather plan” is and what should be included in one.
4. Learn what repair options are available if a concrete placement is affected by rain.
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