Re: Construction terminology question

Subject: Re: Construction terminology question
From: Kathleen MacDowell <kathleen -dot- eamd -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: Al Geist <al -at- geistarts -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 6 Aug 2012 08:47:59 -0500

Thanks for the clarification, Al!

On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 8:31 AM, Al Geist <al -at- geistarts -dot- com> wrote:
> Rebar (reinforcement bar) is usually imbedded in cement to increase the
> overall strength of poured cement walls or floors. Piles are larger iron
> products that are driven into the ground to ensure no movement of the
> supported structure. This is in the US, and there are different products and
> construction techniques used in different areas of the country. For example,
> building on permafrost in northern Alaska is far different than building on
> wetlands in Florida or along the Gulf Coast, or building in the Southwestern
> Deserts. Without a picture, it is impossible to determine if you are talking
> about a form of rebar or small pilings. Is there a construction forum where
> you can pose this question (they'll probably need a picture too)?
>
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References:
Construction terminology question: From: Debbie Hemstreet
RE: Construction terminology question: From: Debbie Hemstreet
RE: Construction terminology question: From: Al Geist

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