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Gary:

Flexicore was/is a "brand" of precast concrete planks. I believe they are not as prevelant as their used to be.

What specifically do you need? I do have a Flexicore folder. It is from around 1995 or so. I will note that it only has planks that are 24" or 20" in width, so I do not know how helpful it will be.

Regards,

Scott
Adrian, MI
On Nov 16, 2009, at 4:32 PM, Gary L. Hodgson and Assoc. wrote:

List,

I hope somebody can help me. I have a job renovating a 1951 "cottage" on Lake Erie (more like a bunker). It was built with 10" block bearing walls and 6" block partitions. The floors consist of "Flexicore" concrete planks which appear to be 6" deep x 12" wide with hollow cores in the centre.

If anybody knows anything about these planks, I'd appreciate if they could provide with any info or resources. The product may have been American as the original owner and builder was from Buffalo, NY.

Gary


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