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- Subject: Re: Mezzanine floor slab without reinforcement
- From: DSmith7367(--nospam--at)aol.com
- Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2004 11:14:21 EDT
Thank you for the response regarding the slab. I also think that the slab may actually carry the load as an unreinforced section. The cracks could be filled with epoxy.
The nagging problem that I have and, I suspect, the reason that you have suggested the disguise, is that over the years the slab may continue to crack. If I give it my blessing and in five years something falls through, I am going to have a problem.
At this point, I am inclined to reject the entire slab. It has been in place for two years and will most certainly cause an uproar if I report that it should be removed and replaced.
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