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Seems to me, that quite possible, a trip down   to
your local building Dept. would give you the info you
are looking for. Now this is a pretty big guess, I'am
guessing that these are open to the public, at least
for viewing,, copying??? well, not so sure. Jim J  
--- GSKWY(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:
> I am trying to find copies of documents (drawings,
> specs, anything else 
> pertinent) for  commercial and industrial slabs on
> grade.  This is for an industry 
> publication on slab on ground construction.  Large
> slabs,  like Walmart 
> distribution centers and other slabs where flatness
> is important.
> 
> If anybody has documents that they are willing to
> "share",  I'd be happy to 
> pay reasonable costs for reproduction, shipping,
> etc.
> 
> Gail Kelley
> 


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