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Flashcards in Concrete & Stem Wall Deck (15):
1

What’s the maximum the stem wall can extend past the stem wall?

If it exceeds this measurement it is to be ___________ flush.

1/4”

Chiseled

2

If the bottom plate hangs over the stem more than _________ of an inch, what should be done?

1/2”

It should be evaluated by a structural engineer and/or the Shea Homes architectural team.

3

The stem wall should not have any:
1.
2.
3.
4.

1. No nails
2. String
3. Wire
4. Honeycomb

4

There are to be no chips that exceed _______inch in diameter in the stem wall.

1”

5

Raised areas at form joints that exceed ______ of an inch are to be chiseled and patched.

1/4”

6

Spalled concrete up to ______ inches at exterior STHD straps can be patched.

4”

7

Spalling that exceeds _____ inches in diameter on an STHD require ________________.

4”

It requires an alternate hold-down

8

Spalling on MASA straps up to ______ inch in diameter can be patched.

1”

9

Spalling on MASA straps more than ______ inch in diameter requires _______________?

1”

Requires an alternate anchor

10

Tooled joints in flatwork are to be straight ______ of an inch in _____ feet.

1/4” in 8’

11

Tooled joints are to be square to the slab or sidewalk within ______ of an inch.

1/2”

12

At what depth ratio are control joints in non post-tension flatwork to be cut?

1:4 ratio

13

Tooled joints in all post-tension areas are to be cut a minimum depth of ________ of an inch.

3/4”

14

A tooled control joint is to be installed around the perimeter of all exposed flatwork at what locations:
1.
2.
3.

1. Garage floors
2. Entry patios
3. Rear patios

15

What’s the tolerance for humps, dips, waves or valleys in flatwork?

1/4” in 10’