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Position Statements (20 sets of 43)

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The American Society of Concrete Contractors has developed a series of position statements to address critical installation and finishing issues that contractros face every day. Written by industry experts, the statements clarify what can and cannot be expected of concrete. These documents will minimize disputes and facilitate communication amoung those responsible for specifications, supervision and execution of concrete construction.
  1. Hard Trowel Finish on Air-entrained Concrete
  2. Location of Rolled Welded-Wire Reinforcement in Concrete Slabs
  3. Coatings that Affect Bond to Reinforcement
  4. Trowel Marks on Concrete Floors
  5. Specifications for Crack Repair
  6. Division 3 versus Division 9 Floor Flatness Tolerances
  7. Birdbaths on Concrete Slabs
  8. Budholes in Formed Concrete
  9. Slab Thickness Tolerances
  10. Moisture-Sensitive Floor Coverings on Concrete Slabs
  11. Appearance Requirements for Concrete Slabs
  12. Responsibility for Buying Concrete
  13. Use of ACI Committee Reports and Guides in Project Specifications
  14. Anchor Bolt Tolerances
  15. Setting Time Expectations for Hard-Trowel Finishing
  16. Referee Test for Flexural Strength Acceptance
  17. Free Fall of Concrete
  18. Concrete Tolerance Coordination
  19. Balcony Drainage
  20. Testing Fresh Concrete at Point of Delivery
  21. Contractor Value Engineering
  22. Reverse Acution Bidding
  23. Contractor Joints in Elevated Slabs
  24. Tolerances for Suspended Concrete Slabs
  25. Floor Finishing Specifications
  26. Misuses of the Moisture-Vapor Emission Test
  27. Formed Surface Requirements for Waterproofed Walls
  28. Retarded Setting
  29. Cracks in Slabs on Ground
  30. Responsibility for Slab Curling
  31. Acceptable Use of Calcium Chloride in Concrete
  32. Concrete Discharge Time Requirements
  33. Cracks in Structural Concrete
  34. Who Pays for Additonal Testing:
  35. The Effect of Curling on Floor Flatness
  36. The Effect of Deflection on Floor Flatness
  37. Open-Graded Base Courses for Slabs-on-Ground
  38. Topping Slabs over Prestressed Members
  39. Concrete Floor Slabs on Cambered Structrual Steel
  40. Protection of Concrete Work
  41. Limit of Requirements for Correcting Nonconforming Work
  42. ACI Reference Specifications
  43. Concrete Industry Tolerances for ADA/ABA Work