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Joel,

 

The IRC has a set of prescriptive provisions for strip footings, slabs-on-grade, foundation walls, and ICF walls. It also references both ACI 318 or ACI 332 as options that can be used for concrete design. The 2009 IRC also references the recent PCA 100 Prescriptive Design of Exterior Concrete Walls which is an engineering-based prescriptive standard covering both solid and ICF foundation and above-grade walls. Most of the wall provisions in the 2009 IRC echo what’s in PCA 100.

 

Hope that helps; let me know if you need more clarification.

 

Regards,

Gary

 

GARY J. EHRLICH, P.E.

National Association of Home Builders

D 202 266 8545

gehrlich(--nospam--at)nahb.org

 

From: Adair, Joel [mailto:jadair(--nospam--at)shwgroup.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 1:17 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: International Residential Code -- Concrete Standard

 

Hi, Everybody –

 

Can someone familiar with the current International Residential Code tell me how it handles concrete design?  Does it reference ACI 318, some other reference standard, or does it provide its own provisions?

 

Thanks for your help.

 

-- Joel Adair

    SHW Group

    Plano, TX

 

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