The big problem in summer concreting is moisture control. Here are some tips you can follow to be prepared in advance or to take quick on-the-job action. One, undertake any summer concreting job on a tight schedule so that the placing and curing operations are carried out in the shortest time possible. Two, bring tanks of waster to keep subgrades , forms, and freshly placed concrete continuously moist. Also bring canvas and lumber for sunshades and windscreens. And finally three, start curing the concrete as soon as you can work the surface without marring it. Sprinkle the surface of the fresh concrete throughout the curing stage even if you have to detail one man for this job.