02.410.0132: High Lift Grouting Procedures

02.410.0132: High Lift Grouting Procedures This detail shows a concrete masonry (CMU) wall grouted using high lift grouting procedures. Vertical reinforcement is shown with optional rebar positioners, and vertical bars overlap to achieve sufficient development strength per structural design. Grout is applied vertically in lifts between 5′-0″ and 12′-8″, therefore cleanout openings may be required…

02.010.1301: Control Joint – Preformed Gasket

02.010.1301: Control Joint – Preformed Gasket This detail shows specially shaped sash block being used at the vertical control joint, to allow for insertion of a preformed gasket. The gasket is a rigid material, allowing in-plane shrinkage of the block, while providing some resistance to lateral loads. There is horizontal joint reinforcement at 16″ o.c.…

02.410.0131: Low Lift Grouting Procedures

02.410.0131: Low Lift Grouting Procedures This detail shows a concrete masonry (CMU) wall grouted using low lift grouting procedures. Vertical reinforcement is shown with optional rebar positioners, and vertical bars overlap to achieve sufficient development strength per structural design. Grout is applied vertically in lifts not to exceed 5 feet, therefore cleanout openings may not…

02.120.0752: Plank at Bearing Wall – Interior Wall, Intermediate Elev.

02.120.0752: Plank at Bearing Wall – Interior Wall, Intermediate Elev. This detail shows a precast concrete plank bearing at an interior CMU wall. The wall has horizontal joint reinforcement at 16″ o.c. vertically. The plank has continuous reinforcement and grout at the keyways, and the floor bears on an interior CMU bond beam. The wall…