Topic: Re: Shop floor
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Make sure your base is compacted well and doesn't have any sod that will decompose.
5" minimum thickness.
#4 rebar spanning any/all excavations (plumbing or electrical trenches, etc) and across the door openings.
How will the building be used? If you're going to store heavy equipment you'll want rebar. If it's just going to see automotive use then 6X6 wire mesh will do.
Fiber has it's good points.
What mix are you going to use? I suggest 4000 psi for flat work.
Cut the relief grooves the day after the pour.
As others have said watch the slump.
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