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What about substituting "If the steel column is a wide flange shape..." for the first part of you sentence.
 
 
Wesley C. Werner
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Subject: Steel Terminology

I am reviewing something that makes the following statement about placing concrete for a slab on ground around steel columns.  It doesn't sound quite right to refer to a column as a steel 'I' beam.  What's a better way of saying this?

"If the column is a steel 'I' beam then the concrete in the area between the flanges should be placed first and wrapped with the isolation material before  the slab is placed."

Gail Kelley