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STRUCTURAL CONCRETE PATCHING NOTES


CONCRETE SURFACE PREPARATION AND PATCHING NOTES

STRUCTURAL DEMOLITION NOTES


1. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ALL EXISTING STRUCTURE IS TO REMAIN UNDAMAGED. IF EXISTING STRUCTURE INTENDED TO REMAIN IS DAMAGED OR REMOVED DURING DEMOLITION THAT PORTION OF THE STRUCTURE SHALL BE REPAIRED PER THE NOTES AND TYPICAL DETAILS CONTAINED HEREIN. SEE SDx.xx.xx SERIES SHEETS FOR STRUCTURAL DEMOLITION SCOPE IN EACH PROJECT COMPONENT. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTE THAT ADDITIONAL STRUCTURAL DEMOLITION MAY BE REQUIRED FOR SCOPE COVERED IN OTHER DESIGN DISCIPLINES SUCH AS CONCRETE SLAB REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT FOR NEW UNDERGROUND PLUMBING.

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SUMMARY 1. THESE NOTES INCLUDE PROVISIONS FOR ALL LABOR, MATERIALS, SUPERVISION AND INCIDENTALS REQUIRED TO PREPARE AND PATCH CONCRETE SURFACES ASSOCIATED WITH THE STRUCTURAL DEMOLITION. . 2. CONTRACTOR SHALL FULLY ACQUAINT HIMSELF WITH THE EXISTING JOB SITE CONDITIONS AND DISCUSS THE ACCESSIBILITY OF THE WORK AREAS WITH THE OWNER. 3. CONTRACTOR SHALL ENSURE THAT THERE IS ADEQUATE VENTILATION IN AREAS WHERE REPAIR WORK IS BEING PERFORMED AND THAT NO WORK RESULTS IN NAUSEATING, ANNOYING OR TOXIC FUMES AND ODORS FROM ENTERING OCCUPIED AREAS. PROVIDE BARRICADES AROUND THE WORK AREA WITH APPROPRIATE SIGNAGE TO KEEP NONCONSTRUCTION PEOPLE FROM ENTERING WORK AREA 4. REFER TO DEMOLITION NOTES ON S0.00.06 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

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3" MINIMUM EXISTING LEVEL FINISH FLOOR 3 1/2"

EXISTING FLOOR BEAMS

NEW OPENING

NEW ANGLES

SUBMITTALS 1. ALL SUBMITTALS SHALL BE MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIVISION 01 OF THE SPECIFICATIONS AND THESE NOTES. 2. CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT PROCEDURES TO PROTECT FRESH PATCHES FROM WEATHER AND CONSTRUCTION OR PUBLIC TRAFFIC (IF APPLICABLE). 3. CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT DATA SHEETS FOR ALL SELECTED PRODUCTS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE EACH PATCH. QUALITY ASSURANCE 1. WORK SHALL CONFORM TO REQUIREMENTS OF THE AMERICAN CONCRETE INSTITUTE (ACI) AS APPLICABLE EXCEPT WHERE MORE STRINGENT REQUIREMENTS ARE SHOWN ON DRAWINGS OR SPECIFIED IN THESE NOTES. 2. COMPANIES FURNISHING THE PATCHING MATERIALS SHALL HAVE A PROVEN TRACK RECORD OF AT LEAST FIVE YEARS. FURTHERMORE, THEY SHALL HAVE IN EXISTENCE A PROGRAM OF TRAINING, CERTIFYING, AND SUPPORTING A NATIONALLY ORGANIZED PROGRAM OF APPROVED CONTRACTORS. EVIDENCE OF THIS SHALL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE ENGINEER/OWNER UPON REQUEST. 3. CONTRACTOR PERFORMING THE WORK SHALL BE AN APPROVED CONTRACTOR BY THE MANUFACTURER FURNISHING THE REPAIR MATERIALS, AND SHALL HAVE NO LESS THAN FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE VARIOUS TYPES OF POLYMER RELATED WORK REQUIRED IN THIS PROJECT. UPON REQUEST BY THE ENGINEER, A NOTARIZED CERTIFICATION FROM THE MANUFACTURER ATTESTING TO THE TRAINING SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER/OWNER. PRODUCTS 1. MORTAR USED FOR PATCHING SHALL HAVE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES: A. MORTAR SHALL BE NON-SAGGING. B. ACCEPTABLE MATERIALS SHALL HAVE MINIMUM 3-DAY COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 3000 PSI, AND 5000 PSI AS CERTIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURER. C. COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION SHALL BE COMPARABLE WITH THAT OF CONCRETE (5.5 X 10-6 IN.IN/F). D. SAND USED IN PREPARING MORTAR SHALL BE GRADED OVEN DRY QUARTZITE FURNISHED IN BAGS. E. THE MORTAR PATCH MATERIAL SHALL MATCH THE EXISTING TEXTURE AND COLOR OF EXISTING CURED CONCRETE WITHOUT GIVING A BLOTCHY APPEARANCE. A TEST PATCH SHALL BE APPLIED FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO FINAL ACCEPTANCE OF THE MORTAR. SIZE OF TEST PATCH SHALL BE APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO THE SIZE OF THE AVERAGE MORTAR PATCH TO BE USED ON THE PROJECT. 2. ACCEPTABLE PRODUCTS AND MANUFACTURERS FOR THE MORTAR PATCHES: A. OVERHEAD/VERTICAL REPAIRS I. GEL PATCH BY BASF II. EMACO 350 CI BY BASF III. VERTICOAT BY EUCLID CHEMICAL COMPANY IV. SIKATOP 123 PLUS BY SIKA B. HORIZONTAL REPAIRS I. EMACO R310 CI BY BASF II. EMACO 300 CI BY BASF III. SIKA 122 PLUS BY SIKA 3. ACCEPTABLE PRODUCTS AND MANUFACTURERS FOR EPOXY FOR BONDING FRESH CONCRETE TO HARDENED CONCRETE (BONDING AGENT): A. CORR-BOND BY EUCLID CHEMICAL COMPANY B. ARMATEC 110 BY SIKA C. EMACO P24 BY BASF 4. ACCEPTABLE PRODUCTS AND MANUFACTURERS FOR THE EPOXY COATING FOR EXISTING EXPOSED NON-PRESTRESSED STEEL REINFORCEMENT: A. ARMATEC 110 BY SIKA B. EMACO P24 BY BASF 5. SUBSTITUTIONS MAY BE CONSIDERED PROVIDED COMPLETE TECHNICAL INFORMATION AND JOB REFERENCES ARE FURNEISHED TO THE OWNER/ENGINEER AND APPROVED PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF THE WORK. 6. CHANGES IN PRODUCTS REQUIRED TO SUIT TEMPERATURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AT THE TIME OF THE MATERIAL APPLICATION SHALL BE SPECIFIED AS SEPARATE LINE ITEMS BY THE CONTRACTOR SHOWING CREDIT OR ADDITIONS TO THE PRICE FOR EACH PATCH. 7. IN USING THE ACCEPTABLE PRODUCTS THE CONTRACTOR SHALL STRICTLY FOLLOW THE MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS AND DIRECTIONS FOR SURFACE PREPARATION, MIXING AND APPLICATION. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ALSO READ ALL LABEL WARNINGS AND MAKE APPLICATION OF PATCH IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE SAFETY LAWS. INSPECTION 1. FOR HORIZONTAL SURFACES CONTRACTOR SHALL SOUND ALL DESIGNATED FLOOR AREAS FOR DELAMINATIONS 2. FOR VERTICAL AND OVERHEAD SURFACES CONTRACTOR SHALL SOUND ONLY DESIGNATED AREAS THAT SHOW EVIDENCE OF CRACKING AND/OR STAINING. CRACKS, USUALLY HORIZONTAL IN ORIENTATION ALONG BEAM FACES, AND VERTICAL IN ORIENTATION NEAR COLUMN CORNERS ARE INDICATORS OF DELAMINATED CONCRETE. 3. ONCE DELAMINATED AREAS ARE LOCATED BY CONTRACTOR, CONTRACTOR SHALL FURTHER SOUND AND MARK THEN TO DEFINE LIMITS 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL LOCATE SPALLS BY VISUAL INSPECTION AND MARK BOUNDARIES. 5. ENGINEER MAY MARK ADDITIONAL UNSOUND CONCRETE FOR REMOVAL. 6. AREAS TO BE REMOVED SHALL BE RECTANGULAR TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE APPEARANCE. 7. CONTRACTOR SHALL LOCATE AND DETERMINE THE DEPTH OF ALL EMBEDDED REINFORCEMENT, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT AND POST-TENSIONED TENDONS IN REPAIR AREA AND MARK LOCATIONS FOR REFERENCE DURING CONCRET REMOVAL. DO NOT CUT ANY EMBEDDED ITEMS UNLESS APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER. LOCATION OF EMBEDDED ITEMS SHALL BE DONE BY VISUAL INSPECTION IF EXPOSED OR BY GROUND PENETRATING RADAR (GPR) OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT NON-DESTRUCTIVE METHOD.

DEMO CONCRETE BUT EXISTING REINFORCING/PT TO REMAIN IN PLACE. DO NOT CUT OR DAMAGE EXISTING REINFORCING/PT.

DEMO CONCRETE AND REINFORCING

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EXISTING COMPOSITE FLOOR SLAB NEW L4x3x1/4 WITH 9/16" HOLES NEW 1/2" EXPANSION BOLT (4 REQUIRED FOR EACH ANGLE). FIRST BOLT SHALL BE LOCATED IN NEAREST FULL DECK RIB

EXISTING STRUCTURE TO REMAIN UNDAMAGED

DENOTES AREAS OF EXISTING CONCRETE OR STEEL STRUCTURE TO BE REMOVED. INCLUDES SLAB, JOISTS, BEAMS, WALLS, COLUMNS AND FOUNDATIONS. 4.

PLAN

SECTION A-A

SEE ADx.xx.xx , MDx.xx.xx, EDx.xx.xx AND PDx.xx.xx SERIES SHEETS FOR DEMOLITION ITEMS NOT SHOWN SUCH AS CURBS, HANDRAILS, MASONRY, WINDOWS, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING, ETC. SEE SPECIFICATION 017329 CUTTING AND PATCHING AND SPECIFICATION 024112 FOR BUILDING AND SELECTIVE DEMOTION FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. SEE S0.00.06 AND S0.00.07 FOR STRUCTURAL DEMOLITION TYPICAL DETAILS, SECTIONS AND PARTIAL PLANS. SEE G0.00.04 FOR EXISTING ARENA GRID GEOMETRY PLANS. SEE OTHER ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS FOR NEW GRID AND ELEVATION GEOMETRY. FINAL SEQUENCE OF DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR. CONTRACTOR SHALL REVIEW ALL NOTES AND SECTIONS IN EACH COMPONENT FOR CRITICAL SEQUENCE ISSUES RELATED TO DEMOLITION AND NEW CONSTRUCTION OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS. MEANS, METHODS, JOB SITE SAFETY, SHORING, TEMPORARY BRACING AND STABILITY IS NOT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER AND THE OWNERS DESIGN TEAM. DIMENSIONS AND ELEVATIONS SHOWN AT EXISTING CONSTRUCTION ARE APPROXIMATE AND SHALL BE FIELD VERIFIED. FIELD VERIFY ALL PERTINENT EXISTING CONDITIONS AND DIMENSIONS PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT WITH DEMOLITION, FABRICATION OR NEW CONSTRUCTION. NOTIFY ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER IMMEDIATELY IF EXISTING CONDITIONS ARE DIFFERENT THAN INDICATED WITHIN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. CONTRACTOR SHALL FIELD VERIFY ALL EXISTING CONDITIONS AND DIMENSIONS PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT WITH DEMOLITION. ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER SHALL BE NOTIFIED IMMEDIATELY IF EXISTING CONDITIONS ARE DIFFERENT THAN INDICATED IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. CONTRACTOR SHALL REVIEW AND DOCUMENT EXISTING STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS PRIOR TO DEMOLITION AND SUBMIT ANY DOCUMENTED DAMAGE OR DISTRESS OF THE EXISTING CONCRETE OR STEEL STRUCTURE TO THE OWNER AND DESIGN TEAM. WHERE REINFORCEMENT EXPOSED DURING DEMOLITION OR SURFACE PREPARATION EXHIBITS SEVERE CORROSION OR HAS LOST MORE THAN 10% OF ITS CROSS SECTIONAL AREA, SUPPLEMENTAL REINFORCEMENT MAY BE REQUIRED. CONTACT ENGINEER FOR REVIEW AND DESIGN OF SUPPLEMENTAL REINFORCEMENT. DEMOLITION METHODS SHALL NOT CAUSE DAMANGE TO ADJACENT BUILDINGS OR PROPERTY. NOTIFY ARCHTECT AND ENGINEER OF ANY CONDITIONS THAT MAY COMPROMISE THE STRENGTH OR STABILITY OF THE EXISTING STRUCTURE. DEMOLITION, CUTTING, CHIPPING, DRILLING, ETC. SHALL BE PERFORMED WITH CARE AND IN A MANNER THAT PERSERVES THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF THE EXISTING STRUCTURE. DO NOT OVERLOAD EXISTING STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS THAT ARE TO REMAIN. SAFELY SHORE AREAS OF THE ELEVATED STRUCTURE TO BE REMOVED PRIOR TO DEMOLITION. MEANS AND METHODS SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILTY OF THE CONTRACTOR. SHORING

NOTES: 1. THIS DETAIL APPLIES ONLY WHEN "A" < 2'-0". OMIT NEW ANGLES WHEN "A" IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 10". 2. COORDINATE SIZE AND LOCATION OF NEW OPENINGS WITH ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, AND PLUMBING DRAWINGS. 3. SAW CUT EXISTING SLAB TO CREATE NEW OPENING. DO NOT CUT SLAB BEYOND CORNERS OF NEW OPENING. 4. INSTALL NEW ANGLES BEFORE CUTTING OPENING. 5. ANGLES SHALL BE FIREPROOFED.

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NEW OPENING IN EXISTING COMPOSITE FLOOR SLAB


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Project Management Initials: Designer: Designer Checked: Checker Approved: Approver

A NEW ANGLES A DECK SPAN A NEW OPENING A

NEW 14 GAGE CLOSURE PLATEFULL SIZE OF OPENING. TACK WELD TO ANGLES

DIMENSION TO BE DETERMINED IN THE FIELD 3" MINIMUM EXISTING OPENING IN FLOOR SLAB "A"

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3 1/2"

EXISTING FLOOR BEAMS

EXISTING LEVEL FINISH FLOOR

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EXISTING COMPOSITE FLOOR SLAB

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NEW L4x3x1/4 WITH 9/16" HOLES NEW 1/2" EXPANSION BOLT (4 REQUIRED FOR EACH ANGLE). FIRST BOLT SHALL BE LOCATED IN NEAREST FULL DECK RIB

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AT EDGES OF CONCRETE DEMOLITION ADJACENT TO CONCRETE TO REMAIN, STOP DEMOLITION SHORT SO AS NOT TO DAMAGE, CRACK OR FRACTURE THE CONCRETE TO REMAIN. FOR FINAL MATERIAL REMOVAL USE A METHOD OF REMOVAL THAT LEAVES A SOUND SURFACE. DO NOT CUT, DRILL, CORE OR IN ANY WAY DAMAGE EXISTING REINFORCING STEEL OR POST-TENSIONING TENDONS TO REMAIN. CUT EXISTING REINFORCING STEEL AND POST-TENSIONING TENDONS ONLY WHERE INDICATED.

PLAN NOTES: 1. NUMBER, SIZE AND LOCATION OF EXISTING OPENINGS TO BE DETERMINED BY THE CONTRACTOR IN THE FIELD. 2. WHEN DIMENSION "A" IS EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 6", USE ONE L4x3 CENTERED UNDER OPENING. 3. USE THIS DETAIL FOR "A" = 2'-0" OR LESS. SEE GENERAL NOTES FOR INFORMATION ABOUT EXISTING CONSTRUCTION. 4. COVER ANGLES WITH A MINIMUM OF 11/2 INCHES OF SPRAYED ON FIREPROOFING.

SECTION A-A

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CLOSURE OF EXISTING NON-FRAMED FLOOR PENETRATIONS


1" = 1'-0" 10" - 30" WIDE 3" NWC SLAB 2" 20 GAGE COMPOSITE METAL DECK (5" TOTAL THICKNESS)
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PL 1/4:x6" (GALV.) TYP OR BENT PL 1/4x4x0'-4" (GALV.) EXISTING OPENING IN 5" SLAB B

8" MAX (SQUARE OR ROUND) EXISTING PENETRATION

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3/8" HILTI KWIK BOLT WITH 1 5/8" EMBED @12" OC AND 2" EACH END, TYP

5/8" PUDDLE WELDS @6" OC TYP EXISTING 3" SLAB

FILL EXISTING PENETRATION WITH HIGH STRENGTH FLOWABLE REPAIR MORTAR PER SPECS. PREPARE SIDE SURFACES AS REQUIRED BY MANUFACTERER

SURFACE PREPARATION 1. CUT IN-PLACE CONSTRUCTION BY SAWING, DRILLING, BREAKING, CHIPPING, GRINDING, AND SIMILAR OPERATIONS USING METHODS LEAST LIKLEY TO DAMAGE ELEMENTS RETAINED OR ADJOINING CONSTRUCTION. 2. IN GENERAL USE HAND OR SMALL POWER TOOLS DESIGNED FOR SAWING AND GRINDING, NOT HAMMERING OR CHOPPING. CUT HOLES AND SLOTS AS SMALL AS POSSIBLE, NEATLY TO SIZE REQUIRED AND WITH MINIMUM DISTURBANCE OF ADJACENT SURFACES. TEMPORARILY COVER OPENINGS WHEN NOT IN USE. 3. DEMOLISHED CONCRETE SURFACES SHALL BE REMOVED PER THESE NOTES A MINIMUM OF 3/4 BEYOND THE DESIRED FINISHED SURFACE, AND ROUGHENED TO AMPLITUDE. ALL DELAMINATED, SPALLED AND UNSOUND CONCRETE SHALL BE REMOVED AS REQUIRED. 4. ALL DELAMINATED, SPALLED AND UNSOUND CONCRETE SHALL BE REMOVED FROM WITHIN THE MARKED BOUNDARY TO A MINIMUM DEPTH OF USING A 15 TO 30 LBS AIR HAMMERS EQUIPPED WITH CHISEL POINT BITS. WHEN DIRECTED BY ENGINEER, CHIPPING HAMMERS LESS THAN 15 LB SHALL BE SUED TO MINIMIZE DAMAGE TO SOUND CONCRETE. 5. LARGE AREAS REQUIRING THE REMOVAL OF A THIN LAYER OF CONCRETE SHALL BE TREATED WITH OTHER METHODS SUCH AS HYDRODEMOLITION. 6. IF DELAMINATED OR UNSOUND CONCRETE EXIST BEYOND THE MINIMUM REMOVAL DEPTH THE ENGINEER SHALL BE NOTIFIED TO REVIEW THE CONDITION. 7. WHERE EMBEDDED REINFORCEMENT OR OTHER STEEL ANCHORAGE IS EXPOSED BY CONCRETE REMOVAL, PROCEED WITH CAUTION TO AVOID DAMAGING IT DURING CONCRETE REMOVAL. IF RUST IS PRESENT ON THE REINFORCEMENT, ADDITIONAL REMOVAL OF CONCRETE ALONG AND BENEATH REINFORCEMENT WILL BE REQUIRED. ADDITIONAL REMOVAL SHALL CONTINUE UNTIL NON-RUSTED REINFORCEMENT IS EXPOSED, OR MAY BE TERMINATED PER ENGINEERS INSTRUCTIONS. 8. EDGES OF PATCH AREAS SHALL BE DRESSED PERPENDICULAR TO MEMBER FACE TO ELIMINATE FEATHER EDGES. ALL EDGES SHALL BE STRAIGHT AND PATCH AREAS SQUARE OR RECTANGULAR SHAPED. 9. ALL EXPOSED REINFORCING STEEL AND STEEL ANCHORAGE SHALL BE CLEANED AND FREE OF RUST AND OTHER CONTAMINANTS. CLEANING SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY ABRASIVE METHODS. CLEANING SHALL BE COMPLETED IMMEDIATELY BEFORE PATCH PLACEMENT TO INSURE THAT BASE METAL IS NOT EXPOSED TO ELEMENTS AND FURTHER RUSTING FOR EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME. USE POWERED WIRE BRUSHES IN LOCATIONS WHERE REINFORCING STEEL CANNOT BE CLEANED BY ABRASIVE-BLASTING OR WATER-BLASTING. 10. ALL EXPOSED REINFORCING STEEL SHALL BE COATED WITH A CORROSION INHIBITING PRODUCT SPECIFIED IN THE NOTES UNDER PRODUCTS ABOVE. PRIOR TO MORTAR APPLICATION. 11. ALL EMBEDDED REINFORCEMENT EXPOSED DURING SURFACE PREPARATION THAT HAS LOST MORE THAN 10% OF ITS ORIGINAL CROSS-SECTIONAL AREA DUE TO CORROSION SHALL BE CONSIDERED DEFECTIVE. DEFECTIVE REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE SUPPLEMENTED IN ACCORDANCE TO ENGINEERS INSTRUCTIONS AND SHALL BE PAID BY THE OWNER. 12. DAMAGED REINFORCEMENT CAUSED DURING REMOVALS MADE BY CONTRACTOR SHALL BE SUPPLEMENTED IN ACCORDANCE TO ENGINEERS INSTRUCTIONS AND SHALL BE PAID FOR BY CONTRACTOR. 13. MINIMUM OF 1 CONCRETE COVER SHALL BE RPOVIDED OVERA ALL NEW/EXISTING REINFORCMENT EXCEPT WHERE MORE STRINGENT REQUIREMENTS APPLY IN THE DRAWINGS OR DETAILS. 14. FOLLOW ALL OTHER PRODUCT MANUFACTURER INSTRUCTIONS FOR SURFACE PREPARATION INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, SATURATING THE SURFACE WITH MOISTURE TO OBTAIN A SATURATED SURFACE DRY CONDITION IF APPLICABLE. 15. THE SURFACE OF THE PATCH SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM AMBIENT TEMPERATURE OF 45F AND RISING AT THE TIME OF MORTAR APPLICATION. BONDING AGENT APPLICATION 1. APPLY A BONDING AGENT TO ALL CONCRETE SURFACES PREPARED TO RECEIVE AN EPOXY MORTAR PATCH. APPLICATION SHALL BE IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH ALL MANUFACTURER INSTRUCTIONS. 2. IF BONDING AGENT DRIES PRIOR TO APPLICATION OF THE MORTAR PATCHING MATERIAL, THE CAVITY SHALL NOT BE PATCHED UNTIL IT HAS BEEN RE-CLEANED AND PREPARED AS INDICATED IN THE SECTION SURFACE PREPARATION ABOVE. BONDING AGENT SHALL NOT BE APPLIED TO MORE PATCH AREAS THAN CAN BE PATCHED WITHIN 15 MINUTES BY AVAILABLE MANPOWER. MORTAR APPLICATION 1. CONDITION POLYMER MORTAR MATERIAL TO 65F-80F UNLESS OTHERWISE RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. MATERIALS BEYOND THIS RANGE OF TEMPERATURE SHALL NOT BE USED. 2. MIX THE TWO COMPONENTS IN A CLEAN CONTAINER FREE OF CONTAMINANTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. 3. THOROUGHLY BLEND EPOXY COMPONENTS WITH MECHANICAL MIXERS TO A UNIFORM AND HOMOGENOUS MIXTURE. 4. MIXING SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED WELL WITHIN THE POT LIFE OF THE EPOXY AFTER ALLOWING FOR TIME REQUIRED FOR APPLICATION. 5. APPLY MORTAR BY MEANS SUITABLE FOR THE CONSISTENCY OF THE MORTAR MIX. 6. USE APPROPRIATE FORMS AS REQUIRED FOR RETAINING MORTAR IF MIXED TO A FLOWABLE CONSISTENCY. 7. CONSOLIDATE THE MORTAR THOROUGHLY TO REMOVE ENTRAPPED AIR. 8. FINISH SURFACE OF MORTAR TO MATCH THE TEXTURE AND CONTOURS OF EXISTING CONCRETE. MORTAR PATCH CURING 1. IMMEDIATELY AFTER FINISHING, KEEP PATCH MATERIAL CONTINUALLY MOIST FOR AT LEAST 24 HOURS. CONTINUE CURING FOR FIRST 7 DAYS AFTER PATCH PLACEMENT. DURING INITIAL AND FINAL CURING PERIOEDS MAINTAIN PATCH MATERIAL ABOVE 50F. 2. PREVENT RAPID DRYING AT END OF CURING PERIOD. 3. PROVIDE ADDITIONAL CURING AS REQUIRED BY THE MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDATIONS. CLEANUP 1. PROTECT SURFACES SURROUNDING THE WORK AREAS AGAINST SPILLAGE. 2. MATERIAL SPIALLAGE SHALL BE CLEANED BEFORE THEY SET AND BECOME DIFFICULT TO REMOVE. 3. CLEANUP ALL PORTIONS OF EXISTING STRUCTURE THAT ARE SOILED OR STAINED IN THE PROCESS OF MORTAR PATCHING WORK. FIELD QUALITY CONTROL 1. THE TESTING AGENCY SHALL BE AN INDEPENDENT TESTING LABORATORY EMPLOYED BY THE OWNER AND ACCEPTABLE TO THE ENGINEER. 2. SAMPLING AND TESTING OF MORTAR SHALL BE PERFORMED BY ACI CERTIFIED CONCRETE FIELD TECHNICIANS GRADE I. CERTIFICATION SHALL BE NO MORE THAN THREE YEARS OLD. 3. TESTING AGENCY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CONDUCTING, MONITORING, AND REPORTING RESULTS OF ALL TESTS REQUIRED UNDER THIS SECTION. TESTING AGENCY HAS AUTHORITY TO REJECT MORTAR NOT MEETING SPECIFICATIONS. 4. CONCRETE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH (MOLD TEST CUBES PER ASTM C-109): A. TAKE MINIMUM OF 6 CUBES (2X2) FOR EACH 10 FT3 OR FRACTION OF EACH REPAIR MORTAR PLACED IN ANY ONE DAY. B. ADDITIONAL CUBES SHALL BE TAKEN AS DIRECTED BY ENGINEER, C. COVER AND PROTECT MOLDS FROM CONTACT WITH WATER FOR THE FIRST 24-HRS. AFTER MOLDING. D. FOLLOW ACI SPECIFICATIONS FOR STORAGE AND HANDLING OF SPECIMENS. E. TEST 2 CUBES AT 3 DAYS. F. TEST 2 CUBES AT 7 DAYS. G. TEST 2 CUBES AT 28 DAYS. ACCEPTANCE OF MORTAR PATCHES 1. ACCEPTANCE OF COMPLETED MORTAR PATCHES WILL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACI 301. 2. PATCHED AREAS SHALL BE SOUNDED BY ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR AFTER CURING FOR 72 HOURS. CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR ALL HOLLOWNESS DETECTED BY REMOVING AND REPLACING PATCH OR AFFECTED AREA AT NO COST TO OWNER. 3. IF SHRINKAGE CRACKS APPEAR IN PATCH AREA AFTER THE INITIAL CURING PERIOD IS CONCLUDED, THE PATCH IN QUESTION SHALL BE CONSIDERED UNACCEPTABLE AND IT SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED BY CONTRACTOR AT NO COST TO OWNER. 4. ALL PATCHES THAT DO NOT MEET THE VISUAL AND AESTHETIC REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH FROM THE INITIAL TEST PATCH SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED AT THE DISCRETION OF THE ARCHITECT. COSTS FOR REPLACEMENT OF ALL PATCHES DUE TO UNACCEPTABLE AESTHETICS ARE BY CONTRACTOR AND AT NO COST TO OWNER.

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MAX

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FINISH LEVEL WITH EXISTING SLAB

PROVIDE PLATE AT SLAB

2"

PROVIDE BENT PLATE AT JOIST OR BEAM

EXISTING OR BEAM JOIST

EXISTING CONC SLAB OR BEAM FORM BOTTOM AS REQUIRED. REMOVE FORMS WHEN MORTAR IS CURED

5" - 19"

SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B
NOTES: 1. FOR EXISTING OPENINGS LARGER THAN SHOWN CONTACT ENGINEER FOR A SPECIAL INFILL DETAIL. 2. FOR EXISTING CONDITIONS OTHER THAN SHOWN CONTACT ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER FOR REVIEW. 3. FOR SLABS REQUIRING A 2 HOUR FIRE RATING THE METAL DECK AND CONNECTIONS SHALL RECEIVE SPRAY-ON FIREPROOFING.

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INFILL OF PENETRATIONS THROUGH EXISTING SLABS AND BEAMS


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PROJECT

NEW ORLEANS ARENA ENHANCEMENTS 2012 ARENA RENOVATION & EXPANSION LSED # NOA-ENH-2012-AFC35.4M
New Orleans Arena 1501 Girod Street New Orleans, LA 70113

CLIENT
LOUISIANA STADIUM AND EXPOSITION DISTRICT
1500 Girod Street New Orleans, LA 70112

ARCHITECTS
STRUCTURE

AECOM LOUISIANA, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION


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ESKEW+DUMEZ+RIPPLE
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MANNING ARCHITECTS
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CONSULTANTS
CIVIL AECOM
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COST ESTIMATING DAVIS LANGDON An AECOM Company


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CODE CONSULTANT FP&C Consultants, Inc.


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BRANDING/GRAPHICS INFINITE SCALE DESIGN GROUP


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FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANT S20 CONSULTANTS, INC.


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ENGINEERING MAZZETTI NASH LIPSEY BURCH


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STRUCTURAL WALTER P MOORE

920 Main Street, Tenth Floor Kansas City, MO 64105 816.701.2100 tel 816.701.2200 fax www.walterpmoore.com

SPORTS TECHNOLOGIES WRIGHTSON JOHNSON HADDON & WILLIAMS


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CONFORMED SET

PACKAGE ISSUED DATE: 2013.05.08


ISSUE / REVISION

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DATE

DESCRIPTION

KEY PLAN

PROJECT NORTH

PROJECT NUMBER
60263613

SHEET TITLE
STRUCTURAL DEMOLITION GENERAL NOTES

SHEET NUMBER

S0.00.06
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