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Surviving the Cold – Winter Construction: Concrete

Publication date:
October 28, 2021
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the possibility of winter construction with concrete despite below-freezing temperatures. It outlines the risks associated with cold weather construction and provides precautionary measures to ensure the concrete achieves its intended strength and durability. Special attention to temperature control during concrete placement and curing is emphasized to prevent irreparable loss of strength due to freezing. Proper quality control and third-party review are essential for successful winter construction, which can produce high-quality and long-lasting repairs.


Winter construction, Concrete, Temperature, Schedule delays, Strength and durability, Concrete placement, Irreparable loss, Freezing, Curing, Reinforcement, Forms, Substrate, Heating aggregates, Insulating blankets, Supplementary heat, Quality control, Third-party review, High-quality repairs.

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Surviving the Cold – Winter Construction: Concrete
October 28, 2021
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