Concrete in Practice

Concrete In Practice is a series of one-page information sheets on important technical topics, written in a non-technical “What, Why and How?” format. Give them to contractors and they’ll know that you deliver quality and value and make them a part of your promotion and education program.

CIP1 – Dusting Concrete Surfaces

CIP2 – Scaling Concrete Surfaces

CIP3 – Crazing Concrete Surfaces

CIP4 – Cracking Concrete Surfaces

CIP5 – Plastic Shrinkage Cracking

CIP6 – Joints in Concrete Slabs on Grade

CIP7 – Cracks in Concrete Basement Walls

CIP8 – Discrepancies in Yield

CIP9 – Low Concrete Cylinder Strength

CIP10 – Strength of In-Place Concrete

CIP11 – Curing In-Place Concrete

CIP12 – Hot Weather Concreting

CIP13 – Concrete Blisters

CIP14 – Finishing Concrete Flatwork

CIP15 – Chemical Admixtures for Concrete

CIP16 – Flexural Strength of Concrete

CIP17 – Flowable Fill Materials

CIP18 – Radon Resistant Buildings

CIP19 – Curling of Concrete Slabs

CIP20 – Delamination of Troweled Concrete Surfaces

CIP21 – Loss of Air Content In Pumped Concrete

CIP22 – Grout

CIP23 – Discoloration

CIP24 – Synthetic Fibers for Concrete

CIP25 – Corrosion of Steel in Concrete

CIP26 – Jobsite Addition of Water

CIP27 – Cold Weather Concreting

CIP28 – Concrete Slab Moisture

CIP29 – Vapor Barriers Under Slabs on Grade

CIP30 – Supplementary Cementitious Materials

CIP31 – Ordering Ready Mixed Concrete

CIP32 – Concrete Pre-Construction Conference

CIP33 – High Strength Concrete

CIP34 – Making Concrete Cylinders in the Field

CIP35 – Testing Compressive Strength of Concrete

CIP36 – Structural Lightweight Concrete

CIP37 – Self Consolidating Concrete

CIP38 – Pervious Concrete

CIP39 – Concrete Maturity

CIP40 – Aggregate Popouts

CIP41 – Acceptance Testing of Concrete

CIP42 – Thermal Cracking of Concrete

CIP43 – Alkali Aggregate Reactions (AAR)

CIP44 – Durability Requirements for Concrete

CIP45 – Portland Limestone Cement (PLC)

CIP46 – Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)