CSDA is pleased to announce the release of two revised standards and a best practice to help architects, engineers, general contractors, government officials—virtually anyone involved with the specifying of concrete cutting, polishing, ground penetrating radar (GPR) imaging and selective demolition work.
Two standards, both of which provide guidelines and valuable information on concrete renovation disciplines, were revised and released by the CSDA Standards & Specifications Committee. These Standards are CSDA-WS-106 Wire Sawing and CSDA-DB-112 Diamond Blades. A Best Practice, CSDA-BP-019 Robotic Demolition was also revised and released.
All three of these documents can be found in the CSDA Resource Guide, along with over 40 other Standards, Specifications, Best Practices, Tolerances and White Papers. Each one has been carefully written, reviewed and approved by experts in the field and all are subject to regular updates by the association’s Standards & Specifications Committee. CSDA gives specifiers the chance to download the guide in its entirety or as individual documents at www.csda.org/specifications.
Specifiers are encouraged to utilize CSDA’s Resource Guide, Membership Directory and other tools offered by the association. These resources have been specifically developed for specifiers to aid in the compilation of specifications for renovation or demolition projects requiring the use of diamond tools.
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Contact: Erin O’Brien