Site-Cast Concrete

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This topic includes information related to site-cast concrete placed during construction. Site-cast concrete is cast in forms on a cured slab and then placed in their final location. Walls are cast adjacent to their final location and then tilted up. Similarly, floor slabs are cast on the ground, one on top of another and then each are lifted into place.

Site-Cast Concrete
Last modified on Wed, Aug 01, 2012
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