Identifying who's responsible for ACI 117 tolerances can cause conflicts. Here are some suggestions.
The construction of suspended slabs that exhibit superior flatness and levelness can't happen without vision, planning, and execution.
In the past it has been said, with some justification, that "Concrete slabs on ground are the Rodney Dangerfield of construction—they get no respect." Over the past few years, however, that statement has been become less and less true.
Building suspended floors that are acceptably flat and level is one of the many challenges that contractors face.
Sponsored by Concrete Construction, a limited study was undertaken to measure F-numbers on a test section of a floor with three different measuring devices.