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Conc D Breakroom Renovation

Slab cracking at Concourse D North renovation
by

Tim Santi

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Conc D Breakroom Renovation

CMU wall appears unstable. Walter P Moore recommends demolishing the wall or adding a permanent brace. Shearing of existing caulk joint suggests column settlement relative to wall. Shearing of existing caulk joint suggests column settlement relative to wall. Shearing of existing caulk joint suggests column settlement relative to wall. Shearing of existing caulk joint suggests column settlement relative to wall. Caulk joint does not appear to be shearing at this column. Note that this is also about where the interior slab cracks stop. Cracks in floor are likely due to column foundation settlement that has caused the concrete structure to bear on the CMU walls. This, in turn, would have caused the slab edge to settle and crack as observed. The cracks may open up in the future, especially if water is present in the soil below this area. Cracks in floor are likely due to column foundation settlement that has caused the concrete structure to bear on the CMU walls. This, in turn, would have caused the slab edge to settle and crack as observed. The cracks may open up in the future, especially if water is present in the soil below this area.
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