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Re: [CONCRETE] Cold-Joint in Ell-shaped Spandrel

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 On 8/6/2010 1:17 PM, David Topete wrote:
perhaps a check of torsional restraint in the L-shaped spandrel??? Are the #3 @ 12" adequate?
Touchy subject. The EoR isn't me, it's some guy who doesn't seem to be as careful as I would in the same situation. Hard for me to tell if his torsional restraint consideration is solid, but we got double-tees 59' span length, with a "roof" that is being used as a tennis court (I think that's 100 psf per code but I don't have mine handy - buried in one of about fifteen boxes that I don't feel like excavating right now).

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