This video will illustrate an example of how various sections of ACI 562 are applied in the execution of a complex repair project, the repurposing of a historic train deck into a transportation hub for light rail trains and busses. Methods of evaluation and analysis, as guided by ACI 562, will be presented with a discussion of how these provisions lead to various repair approaches presented to the owner.
This video will discuss how the requirements of ACI 562-16 are used in the evaluation and repair of parking structures. It will take participants through a representative garage project, utilizing Design Example 1 from the Guide to the Use of ACI 562 as the basis. Evaluation and design considerations will be discussed relative to the Repair Code as well as QA/QC and the Engineers' Role during construction.
This video will illustrate an example of how various sections of ACI 562 are applied in the execution of a Precast/Prestressed Double-Tee repair project. Methods of evaluation and analysis, as guided by ACI 562, will be presented with a discussion of how these provisions can lead to various repair approaches.
This webinar will review issues that should be addressed when preparing a specification for concrete repair. ICRI developed an editable specification titled “Guide Specification for Structural Concrete Repairs” that can be used by design professionals. The webinar reviews the specification and discusses decisions that should be considered when developing a concrete repair specification.
This guideline is intended to provide information for the selection and application of materials
for fluid-applied waterproofing systems to concrete for horizontal pedestrian and vehicular
Concrete is subject to deterioration by a variety of mechanisms. Properly selected and applied
traffic membrane systems can protect concrete from deterioration caused by abrasion, moisture
intrusion, environmental forces (freezing-and-thawing cycling), and chemical attack. This
guideline provides information on the common service conditions, basic review of the properties
of concrete, surface preparation, system designs, and materials used for traffic membranes.
The intent of this document is to provide objective, standards-based comparison for the
specification, evaluation, and approval of the degree of surface preparation of exposed
conventional reinforcing steel by abrasive media blasting and mechanical hand tool methods.
This guide is designed for use with associated illustrative materials available in digital or
physical form through ICRI.
This guideline is intended to assist architects, engineers, owners and their agents, developers, general contractors, and flooring contractors who are accountable for the successful installation of a floor covering or coating over an interior concrete sub-floor that is on, below, or above grade. This guideline provides information regarding moisture issues, moisture testing methods, interpretation of test results, and moisture mitigation strategies. The information provided in the guideline is meant to assist in the successful installation of floor coverings and coatings.
Reported by ACI Committee 562
This latest version of the code was developed to provide design professionals a code for the assessment of damage and deterioration, and the design of appropriate repair and rehabilitation strategies. The code provides minimum requirements for assessment, repair, and rehabilitation of existing structural concrete buildings, members, systems and, where applicable, nonbuilding structures. ACI 562-21 was specifically developed to be incorporated into the International Existing Building Code (IEBC) or to be adopted as a stand-alone code.
This is the initial document in a series of guide specifications to be prepared by ICRI. The guide specification offers a methodology for standardizing the essential requirements for structural concrete repairs by providing specification text, optional requirements, and commentary to allow the user to tailor the document to a specific concrete repair project, and use as a technical specification section in a complete project manual. Both the printed and PDF copies include a Word document with hidden text for easy modification of text to meet specific repair project requirements.
120 General - Environmental Health and Safety Committee
Jan 01, 2009
This guideline can be used to educate supervisors, craft workers, owners, and engineers in safe work practices for the concrete repair industry. The guideline will have universal appeal, as it has been developed to be a visual tool that depicts the safe performance of specific tasks and the hazards associated with those tasks. The requirements described are based on the most recent OSHA standards and are intended to provide guidance and training in the planning and execution of repair and restoration projects.