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We have a renovation project on Florida Keys. Building
is about 20 years old and probably has PT slabs.
However the column grid and slab thickness is closer
to traditional rebar concrete. Do anyone remember what
it was with PT 20 years ago? Any help will be
appreciated
John W. Sieszycki, PE Qc


		
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