Posted by Puddles on December 28, 2012 at 02:53:43 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Shop floor posted by Wade1984 on December 27, 2012 at 19:03:10:
Had an engineer tell me one time that there is absolutely no structural value in concrete mesh, all it does is hold the concrete together after it breaks.
Few things I had done for my shop floor, at each door opening I went with a thickened edge. I dug a 12” wide by 12” deep trench.
On each side of the 6” x 12” posts the concrete crew nailed HTT-16 clips to tie the slab to the post. But one time I seen a set of blue prints for a pole barn there was a detail for drilling a hole through the posts and sticking a # 4 bar through the hole and bending it back at about 45 degrees into the slab area with about 3-feet long tails.
Do yourself a big favor, don't forget expansion joints!
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