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Section 02514

    • B.

      Do not use bars or heavy tools against the concrete in removing the forms. Promptly repair any concrete found defective after fonn removal.

      • 3.19

        SEALING JOINTS

        • A.

          At the end of the curing, carefully clean and fill joints with joint sealer as shown.

        • B.

          The concrete at the joint shall be surface dry and the ambient temperature shall be above 10° C (50° F) at the time of application. The joint sealer shall not spill over the joint onto adjacent surface.

        • c.

          Refill joints where necessary before final acceptance. Do not seal joints of pedestrian pavement.

      • 3.21

        CLEANING

After completion of the curing period, remove the curing material (other than liquid membrane), sweep the concrete clean, and, after removal of all foreign matter from the joints, seal joints as herein specified. Clean the entire concrete of all debris and construction equipment as soon as curing and sealing ofjoints has been completed.

3.22 PROTECTION The contractor shall protect the concrete against all damage prior to final acceptance by the Architect. Remove concrete containing excessive cracking, fractures, spalling, or other defects and reconstruct the entire section between regularly scheduled joints, when directed by the Architect, and at no additional cost to the Owner. Exclude traffic from vehicular pavement until the concrete is at least seven days old, or for a longer period of time if so directed by the Architect.

3.23 FINAL Remove all debris, rubbish and excess material from the Station.

END OF SECTION

11 Sectio:t C2514

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