STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION OF ARIZONA
Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting:
Tolerance and Constructibility Considerations for Steel Reinforced Concrete Building
This presentation provides guidelines to identify tolerance conflicts commonly encountered in the construction of steel reinforced, cast-in-place concrete buildings. Recommendations on how to possibly avoid and remedy such conflicts are also given. Also covered are general recommendations that, when implemented, will help improve constructibility and reduce RFIs.
Kevin Bott, P.E.
Kevin has 13 years experience as a structural engineer in Tampa, Florida. His experience covers a wide variety of structures, including football stadiums, casinos, hospitals, schools, residential, and parking garages. He also spent approximately 5 years doing mostly forensic engineering, mainly dealing with water intrusion, the building envelope, and storm damage assessments and repairs. Kevin has now been with CRSI for almost 5 years and lives in Scottsdale, AZ. He covers CA, AZ, and NV for CRSI, and routinely speaks to engineers, architects, contractors, DOT’s, building inspectors, and universities, while representing the rebar mills, fabricators, and placers.
Vegan Option upon Request
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