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Re: seaint Digest for 1 Jan 2012

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Yes I've already added a beam to correct  the deviations.
The surveyor was there during the drilling execution but it didn't help.
Now there is a new problem : 
the concrete grade I've received from the compression test laboratories of the concrete floor is under the codes request.
This is a floor of a pool and the beams were done under the floor level.
Adding thickness will increase the self-weight and the piles weren't with great spare in design.
Do you have some idea what to do with the fact that the concrete quality grade you've received is not matching with your design??

David Cohen



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