ACI-117.1R-14 Guide for Tolerance Compatibility in Concrete Construction (Video Presentation)

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ACI-117.1R-14 Guide for Tolerance Compatibility in Concrete Construction lists industry-standard tolerances and presents recommendations for mitigating tolerance conflicts related to embedded items, elevator cores and hoist ways, openings in slabs and walls, manufactured couplers and splicing systems for reinforcing bars, stairs, cladding systems, infill wall systems, surface accessibility components, finish floor coverings, and expansion joints. Evaluating tolerance compatibility can be challenging due to the variety of materials, products, and elements that interface with, or connect to, concrete construction. Failure to accommodate these varying tolerances could have a significant impact on construction quality, cost, and schedules. Architects and engineers can use these guide recommendations to accommodate individual material, product, and element tolerances at their interface with concrete construction. Contractors can use these guide recommendations to mitigate tolerance conflicts during the construction phase.

OVERVIEW

Chapter 1- Introduction and Scope

Chapter 2- Definitions

Chapter 3- Tolerance Coordination and Responsibility

Chapter 4- Creating Tolerance Compatibility

Chapter 5- Tolerance and Methods of Accomidating Tolerances

Chapter 6- References

Cited references

DETAILS

Author: ACI Committee 117

Publication Year: 2014

Pages: 47

ISBN: 9780870319150

Categories: Tolerances

Formats: Printed Document

LINKS
Tolerances for Concrete Construction
Concrete Construction and Materials
Guide for Concrete Construction
Joints in Concrete Construction
Concrete Construction
Residential Concrete Construction
Concrete Construction Guide
Concrete Construction
Quality Concrete Construction
Quality Concrete Construction
Issues in Concrete Construction
Issues in Concrete Construction