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Collection of Ideas on the Production of Architectural Precast Concrete (APC-1-2015), 2015, 2nd Edition, Free PDF Download
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Precast Prestressed Concrete Piles - Chapter 20, Bridge Design Manual, Sept. 2004, 1st Edition (BM-20)

This publication was first printed in the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Bridge Design Manual, MNL-133, as Chapter 20, Precast Prestressed Concrete Piles. It is reprinted in this form as a convenience for designers and others with an interest in precast, prestressed concrete... Details

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Curved Precast Concrete Bridges State-of-the-Art Report, 2012, 1st Edition, (CB-01-12)

Addresses how to build curved structures with corded & curved precast prestressed concrete... Details

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Recommended Practice for Lateral Stability of Precast, Prestressed Concrete Bridge Girders (CB-02-16)

This is a new comprehensive methodology to analyze the lateral stability of long slender bridge girders. Technology has enabled the manufacture of increasingly longer girders. Slender girders present a lateral stability concern. Each stage of a girder’s transition from the casting bed to its final location in the bridge is considered. These conditions include when... Details

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Architectural Precast Concrete Color and Texture Selection Guide, 2nd Edition (CTG-10)

The Architectural Precast Concrete - Color and Texture Selection Guide is a visual guide to assist architects in the initial selection of color &texture for architectural precast concrete. This includes nine new color pages with two new colors per page, two pages of new form liners, & one page of new clay brick-faced precast. The guide is an extension of the information included in... Details

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Designer's Notebooks: Bullnoses (DN-01-98), 1998, Free PDF Download

The first in the Designer's Notebook series, this piece begins with the advantages of precast in repetition and mold efficiency. It explains the design interest and dimension potential of bullnoses, and includes figures and examples. Architectural perspective and examples provided by Anthony I. Lumsden, Principal, Anthony I. Lumsden & Associates, Los Angeles, CA.

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Designer's Notebooks: Cornices (DN-02-98), 1998, Free PDF Download

This Designer's Notebook explains the significant aesthetic and functional advantages of cornices in architectural precast structures. It discusses the three primary functions of cornices, along with design and flashing options. Architectural perspective and examples provided by Richard E. Fencl, AIA, Director of Technical Services, Loebl Schlossman & Hackl/Hague Richards, Chicago,... Details

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Designer's Notebooks: Reveals (DN-03-98), 1998, Free PDF Download

This Designer's Notebook provides background and details on ways to take full advantage of reveals to break up the expanse of a wall or to minimize visual differences in color or texture of a wall. Architectural perspective and examples provided by W. Kenneth Wiseman, AIA, Partner, Lehman/Smith/Wiseman Associates LLC, Washington, DC.

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Designer's Notebooks: Multiple Mixes/Textures (DN-04-99), 1999, Free PDF Download

This Designer's Notebook explains the options available for expanding aesthetic detailing by combining different finishes using the same or different mixes within a single panel. Architectural perspective and examples provided by Eduardo Illanes, Principal, OZ Architecture, Boulder, CO.

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Designer's Notebooks: Window Panels (DN-05-99), 1999, Free PDF Download

This Designer's Notebook discusses the considerations for design architectural panels with window openings. Architectural perspective and examples provided by John Hesseler, AIA and Jeff, LaRue, AIA, HKS, Inc., Dallas, TX.