May 2013 Joint ICRI, ACI, SEAoA Dinner Meeting - Tollerance Compatibility

  • 22 May 2013
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Phoenix Airport Hilton - 2435 South 47th Street, Phoenix, AZ

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ACI 117.1R-XX (13) Guide 
for Tolerance Compatibility 
in Concrete Construction

Presented by: Eldon G. Tipping, SSI

Tolerance compatibility issues cost the construction industry millions upon millions of dollars a year.  The ACI 117 tolerance committee has attacked this issue head-on by developing “A Guide for Tolerance Compatibility in Concrete Construction”.  The document, due to be published in August, assists the architect, engineer and contractor by identifying  industry standard tolerances and presenting  recommendations for mitigating tolerance conflicts related to the interface between concrete and the following work: embedded items, elevator cores and hoistways, 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.

Eldon G. Tipping is the President of Structural Services, Inc. (SSI), a privately held company based in Richardson, Texas. His 40 years of experience in the design and construction industry began as a structural designer for commercial and industrial structures; Mr. Tipping later served as Vice President for a commercial materials testing laboratory where he monitored construction projects.

This is a joint meeting with the Arizona Chapters of ICRI, ACI and SEAoA. All registrations are handled through the Arizona ACI Chapter's web site. Click on the link below to go to their website to register.
 
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