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Concrete Construction January 1994 Concrete Construction ...

Concrete Construction > January 1994; January 1994 Table of Contents. FEATURES. Features New Orleans' New Eye in the Sky. Built by Gibbs Construction Co., New Orleans, the 207-foot-high tower welcomes all travelers coming into New Orleans International Airport. ... Many contractors use long-strip construction as an efficient concrete placement ...

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I 2. J. Rec1p1ent s catalog No. FHW A/TX-94/1385-lF ...

Research Study Title: Special Concrete Design and Construction Methods for Intersections Sponsored by the Texas Department of Transportation In Cooperation with U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration January 1994 Revised: June 1994 TEXAS TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE The Texas AM University System

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Concrete Construction February 1994 Concrete Construction ...

February 1994 Table of Contents. FEATURES. Features Concrete Construction in Russia. As an investigator and accident prevention specialist in the construction industry, an opportunity to tour Russia in March 1993 allowed me to examine that nation's construction methods and learn more about its

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Concrete Construction January 1990 Concrete Construction ...

The 967-foot tower at 311 South Wacker Drive is the world's largest concrete building. Most of the 70 stories were formed with truss-supported flying deck units custom fabricated for the job. Work for the forming contractor began in a steel shell placed above each of the 44 column cassions of the ...

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Concrete Construction January 1996 Concrete Construction ...

Concrete Construction > January 1996; January 1996 Table of Contents. FEATURES. Features Using the F-Number System to Manage Floor Installations. ... Proper methods of setting and measuring concrete floor construction tolerances are important to owners, vehicle manufacturers, and designers, as well as to floor contractors. ...

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Concrete Construction January 1997 Concrete Construction ...

That was the situation faced in January 1996 by The Clark Construction Group Inc. during construction of a 748,000-square-foot computer-chip manufacturing facility for Dominion Semiconductor, a Manassas, Va.-based joint venture of IBM and Toshiba. The complex's main fabrication plant is constructed primarily of cast-in-place concrete.

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Concrete Construction January 1999 Concrete Construction ...

Features A Winning Strategy for Fmin Floors. Narrow-strip concrete placements are the industry standard for narrow-aisle, defined-traffic warehouse slabs. To meet the tight flatness tolerances, usually Fmin 50 to 100, contractors perform narrow-strip construction by setting edge forms 14 to 20 feet apart and striking off the concrete with a vibratory truss screed.

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CONCRETE BASICS A Guide to Concrete Practice

Concrete is widely used in domestic, commercial, recreational, rural and educational construction. Communities around the world rely on concrete as a safe, strong and simple building material. It is used in all types of construction; from domestic work to multi-storey office blocks and shopping complexes.

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Horizontal Shear Strength of Composite Concrete Beams With ...

Title: Horizontal Shear Strength of Composite Concrete Beams With a Rough Interface Date: January-February, 1994 Volume: 39 Issue: 1 Page number: 48-69 Author(s ...

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Asphalt Portland Cement Concrete Composite: Laboratory ...

Jan 01, 1994  The resulting concrete has the properties of both flexible and rigid concrete. A laboratory study was conducted to evaluate the performance of APCCC under control conditions. ... Recent Advances in Design, Testing and Construction April 2012 . Show more Show less ... January 01, 1994. ASCE Subject Headings: Concrete ...

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Concrete and Concrete Products - Industry Segments and ...

This section identifies some of the major industry segments involved in the manufacturing of concrete and concrete products, and in construction work with concrete. It also lists some of the leading workplace hazards for these industries and links to safety and health resources for controlling these hazards. ... Publication No. 94-103, (January ...

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The January 17, 1994 Northridge, CA Earthquake

The January 17, 1994 Northridge, CA Earthquake. This 22-year-old reinforced concrete-frame department store in Northridge Fashion Center partially collapsed, and much of its second and third floors pancaked. Hundreds of people could have been killed had the earthquake occurred while the store was open. Major development of the San Fernando ...

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Construction Incidents Investigation Engineering Reports ...

A 12-story steel framed building with concrete floor slabs was under construction and the exterior of the building was to be clad with glass curtain walls. The construction was almost complete on March 23, 2015 when during the disassembly, one of the mast climbing work platforms collapsed. The mast supporting the platform partially collapsed.

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Workplace Survey Reports - All Reports NIOSH CDC

2002. Construction. In-Depth Survey Report: Control of Silica Exposure from Hand Tools in Construction Grinding Concrete at Frank Messer and Sons Construction Company, Newport, Kentucky, February 21, 22 and 26, 2001, and March 2 and 6, 2001. 247-15b.

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Durability of Concrete Structures SpringerLink

Jan 15, 2011  Extensive experience demonstrates that the durability of concrete structures is related not only to design and material but also to construction issues. Upon completion of new concrete structures, the achieved construction quality always shows a high scatter and variability, and in severe environments, any weaknesses in the concrete structures will soon be revealed whatever

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CI Back Issues - Concrete

The American Concrete Institute. Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design ...

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Fire Resistance of Concrete‐Filled, Fire‐Resistant Steel ...

Composite Construction in Steel and Concrete VII February 2016 Behavior of Centrally Loaded Concrete-Filled Steel-Tube Short Columns Journal of Structural Engineering January 2004

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List of structural failures and collapses - Wikipedia

This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards.The specific problem is: No differentiation between each type of structural failure, extremely hard to navigate.Transportation failures should be placed in their relevant accident lists. Please help improve this article if you can. (February 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)

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Impact of High Strength Concrete on the Design and ...

The use of high strength concrete in the fabrication and construction of pretensioned concrete girder bridges can result in lighter bridge designs, with corresponding economic advantages, by allowing longer span lengths and increased girder spacings for standard shapes. A parametric study was performed comparing the required girder spacings and ...

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The Rapid Chloride Permeability Test and Its Correlation ...

6. Whiting, D., and Dziedzic, W., "Resistance to Chloride Infiltration of Superplasticized Concrete as Compared With Currently Used Concrete Overlay Systems," Final Report No. FHW A/OH-89/009, Construction Technology Laboratories,Skokie, IL, May 1989. 7.

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Insulating concrete form - Wikipedia

Insulating concrete form or insulated concrete form (ICF) is a system of formwork for reinforced concrete usually made with a rigid thermal insulation that stays in place as a permanent interior and exterior substrate for walls, floors, and roofs. The forms are interlocking modular units that are dry-stacked (without mortar) and filled with concrete.The units lock together somewhat like Lego ...

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Fabrication and Erection of Precast Concrete Segmental ...

In January of 1990, the Connecticut Department of Transportation awarded the contract to build the new Baldwin Bridge to the Joint Venture of Perini­ PCL-OG. The Joint Venture pro­ vided a low bid of $93.8 million to build the concrete alternate: a precast concrete segmental superstructure sup­ ported on cast-in-place concrete piers.

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The January 17, 1994 Northridge, CA Earthquake

The January 17, 1994 Northridge, CA Earthquake. This 22-year-old reinforced concrete-frame department store in Northridge Fashion Center partially collapsed, and much of its second and third floors pancaked. Hundreds of people could have been killed had the earthquake occurred while the store was open. Major development of the San Fernando ...

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The Rapid Chloride Permeability Test and Its Correlation ...

6. Whiting, D., and Dziedzic, W., "Resistance to Chloride Infiltration of Superplasticized Concrete as Compared With Currently Used Concrete Overlay Systems," Final Report No. FHW A/OH-89/009, Construction Technology Laboratories,Skokie, IL, May 1989. 7.

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1926 Occupational Safety and Health Administration

1926 Subpart Q - Concrete and Masonry Construction 1926.700 - Scope, application, and definitions applicable to this subpart. 1926.701 - General requirements 1926.702 - Requirements for equipment and tools. 1926.703 - Requirements for cast-in-place Concrete.

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CI Back Issues - Concrete

The American Concrete Institute. Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design ...

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Fire Resistance of Concrete‐Filled, Fire‐Resistant Steel ...

Composite Construction in Steel and Concrete VII February 2016 Behavior of Centrally Loaded Concrete-Filled Steel-Tube Short Columns Journal of Structural Engineering January 2004

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Performance of Precast Connections on a Moment Resisting ...

Apr 22, 2019  Precast concrete structural systems have been proved to be a cost-efficient alternative to cast-in-place reinforced concrete and structural steel systems. Advantages of these structural systems are high speed of construction, improved quality control, reduced total construction cost, versatility, flexibility in the architectural form of the ...

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Insulating concrete form - Wikipedia

Insulating concrete form or insulated concrete form (ICF) is a system of formwork for reinforced concrete usually made with a rigid thermal insulation that stays in place as a permanent interior and exterior substrate for walls, floors, and roofs. The forms are interlocking modular units that are dry-stacked (without mortar) and filled with concrete.The units lock together somewhat like Lego ...

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Review of Research on and Implementation of Recycled ...

Dec 25, 2011  The goal of sustainable construction is to reduce the environmental impact of a constructed facility over its lifetime. Concrete is the main material used in construction in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Therefore, it makes economic and environmental sense to use recycled materials in the making of new concrete for different applications.

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List of structural failures and collapses - Wikipedia

This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards.The specific problem is: No differentiation between each type of structural failure, extremely hard to navigate.Transportation failures should be placed in their relevant accident lists. Please help improve this article if you can. (February 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)

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A review on the viable technology for construction waste ...

Jun 01, 2006  Recycling, being one of the strategies in minimization of waste, offers three benefits (Edwards, 1999): (i) reduce the demand upon new resources, (ii) cut down on transport and production energy costs and (iii) use waste which would otherwise be lost to landfill sites.Construction and demolition (CD) wastes including demolished concrete (foundations, slabs, columns, floors, etc.),

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Silverite Construction – An industry leader in large-scale ...

Silverite is an experienced and growing company ready to meet your needs long into the future. We are recognized as a leader in integrity and service by both our clients and the nation’s construction industry. Few companies are as practiced or proficient as Silverite in managing large-scale, heavy construction

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Fabrication and Erection of Precast Concrete Segmental ...

In January of 1990, the Connecticut Department of Transportation awarded the contract to build the new Baldwin Bridge to the Joint Venture of Perini­ PCL-OG. The Joint Venture pro­ vided a low bid of $93.8 million to build the concrete alternate: a precast concrete segmental superstructure sup­ ported on cast-in-place concrete piers.

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High‐Strength Concrete Columns Confined by Rectangular ...

Dec 23, 1992  The behavior of high‐strength concrete columns is characterized by the sudden separation of the concrete cover, leading to a loss of axial capacity before the lateral confinement becomes effective. After the concrete is completely spalled, important gains in strength, toughness, and ductility are recorded for the concrete core of well ...

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CDC - NIOSH Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation ...

Jan 13, 1999  Ironworker dies following a 12-foot fall from metal decking onto concrete, December 13, 1989. 4/25/1989: 1989-20: IN: Construction worker dies in 36-foot fall at construction site, January 18, 1989. 4/19/1989: 1989-13: MD: Ironworker dies following a 25-foot fall through a roof opening, December 14, 1988. 4/19/1989: 1989-21: MD

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