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Look into publications by Peter H. Emmons: Concrete Repair and Maintenance
Illustrated.

Steven A.
Los Angeles

Matt Jordan wrote:

> Greetings,
> Can someone direct me to some good resource material regarding repair of
> deteriorated conc.? Have a CIP conc mezzanine 2 way slab with beams,
> supporting manufacturing. One bay apparently had equipment above leaking for
> years, has corroded bars and spalls, both beam and slab. Trying to figure
> out "best" way to fix it.
>
> TIA
> Matt Jordan SE
>
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