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use a one sack mix (one sack of cement/ cu. yd.) we use this and 1/2 sack
mixes for trench backfill frequently.

Stan Scholl, P.E.
Laguna Beach, CA

On Thu, 4 Oct 2001 06:38:05 -0700 sharonb(--nospam--at)slarchitects.com writes:
> I am working on relocatable buildings (like trailers) whose cripple 
> walls
> bear on 3x8 or larger pressure treated mud sills directly on grade.  
> In some
> locations the grade has eroded below the mud sill leaving pockets 
> where the
> mud sill has no direct bearing.  I am going to solve this deficiency 
> by
> filling the voids with a lean concrete mix or slurry.
> 
> Does any one have a suggestion for this mix design?...other 
> suggestions?
> 
> 
> Sharon Robertson Bonds, PE
> Salerno/Livingston Architects
> 363 Fifth Avenue, Third Floor
> San Diego, California  92101
> (619) 234-7471(619) 234-7471
> 
>  
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