TRE 34 Concrete industrial ground floors - a guide to design and construction. 4th edition (including minor amendments October 2013)

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2013

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Abstract

Gives comprehensive guidance on design and construction of concrete ground floors for industrial use. Earlier reviews improved guidance relating to thickness design, surface regularity requirements, and concrete specification. This edition addresses guidance relating to pile-supported floors. Where possible, the guidance in the Report is non-prescriptive, to allow designers and contractors to use their skills to develop economic solutions for particular performance requirements.


Document History

Supersedes 3rd edition, 2003 (including amendment No. 1 to 4, Oct 04, Jan 05, Nov 05 and Feb 09.) First edition published 1988. Second edition published 1994. Third edition published 2003.

 

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