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Title: Commercial Construction Phases


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Commercial Construction Phases
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EXCAVATION OF DEEP END
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DEEP END EXCAVATED
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¾ STONE THROUGHOUT FLOOR AND TRENCHING FOR MAIN
DRAINS
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PERIMETER FORMS
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PERIMETER FORMS CONTINUED
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FINISHING UP FORMS AND STEEL TEX ( BACKER
MATERIAL)
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MAIN DRAIN PIPING
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STEEL PHASE BEGINS REBAR REINFORCEMENT
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GUNITE PHASE
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ONSITE - GUNITE MOBILE BATCHING
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MOBILE BATCH TRUCK AND GUN SETUP
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DUEL NOZZLEMEN
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ACI / ASA CERTIFIED GUNITE NOZZLEMEN
The ACI (American Concrete Institute) and ASA
(American Shotcrete Association) certification
programs benchmark the knowledge and skill of a
concrete applications specialist who has mastered
the techniques of properly placing gunite.
"Realize it or not.... the gunite shell is the
single most impt. phase of construction as tiles,
plaster, pumps, filtration equipment, and decking
will eventually come and go, the gunite shell can
last for many generations."
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DEEP END COVE GUNITE
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DEEP END WALL GUNITE
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GUNITE, GUTTER SHELF CUT ON BACK DEEP END WALL
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FLOOR GUNITE
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FINISHING FLOOR GUNITE
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WETTING DOWN COMPLETED GUNITE SHELL
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PIPING FROM POOL TO MECHANICAL ROOM AND TO
BACKWASH STORAGE
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GUTTER INSTALLATION
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SANITIZING, FILTRATION AND
RECIRCULATION SYSTEMS
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BACK-WASH TANKS
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RACING LANES, TARGETS, PLASTER APPLICATION
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FINISH WHITE PLASTER
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POOL FILLED, AND INITIAL START UP
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HANDICAP LIFT SPECTRUM AQUATICS
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HANDICAP RAMP
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SPRAY GROUNDS
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SPAS
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MOVABLE BULKHEAD
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  • Shotcrete/Gunite is a process of applying
    concrete to a structure. It is commonly used to
    build pools as well as bridges, homes ,tunnels,
    water tanks, and sea walls to name but a few.
    Gunite has been is use since the early 1900s
    with excellent success.Shotcrete comes in two
    basic forms... dry process and wet
    process..The dry gun method or dry process
    shotcrete (also known throughout the industry as
    gunite) uses a rig in which sand and regular
    cement are mixed and blown through one or several
    continuous feed guns via hose and extreme
    compressed air to the nozzle where water is added
    at the tip of the hose and then blown
    pneumatically encapsulating the steel rebar
    enforced walls and floor. Only the necessary
    amout of water is added for hydration resulting
    in superior strength and density over that of
    conventional redi mix concrete.
  • The excess water found in conventional poured
    concrete occupies space, and when it finally
    leaves the curing or hydration process, small
    voids are left. So it can be said that dry method
    shotcrete "Gunite" is more dense than of poured
    concrete. In fact 14 yards of gunite equal about
    10 yards of redi mix shorcrete.
  • Compaction and denseness are important factor in
    the superior strength of Gunite

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