By Ronald D. Flach
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A key plan is included so that the placer will not have to refer to other drawings to locate the columns. Various typical sections and elevations that are helpful to the placer are shown. In this example, these details have been copied from the structural drawing. The first column lift (footing to first floor) is 28 x 26 in. and contains 12 #29 bars. The next story size and reinforcement are 20 x 26 in. and contain 10 #25 bars. The sketch for the lowest column lift shows that the column above is concentrically located bars with a 4 in.
aci detaling manual by Ronald D. Flach