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CSA - PLUS 4003-95

Specifications for Concrete and Concrete Structures Design

inactive, Most Current
Organization: CSA
Publication Date: 1 January 1995
Status: inactive
Page Count: 416
scope:

PREFACE

This publication was assembled for the Canadian Standards Association, and contains those ASTM standards referenced in the following CSA Concrete and Structural (Design) Standards.

A23.I/A23.2-94, Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete ConstructionlMethods of Test for Concrete

A23.3-94, Design of Concrete Structures

A23.4-94, Precast Concrete-Materials and Construction

S413-94, Parking Structures

This publication is intended to be used as a reference tool in conjunction with these standards.

The purpose of compiling the ASTM standards is to aid users of the CSA standards. The CSA documents remain the primary source-specific standards on concrete and structural design of concrete in Canada. While the issues of the ASTM standards contained in this book are those referenced by CSA, they may not be the latest editions published by ASTM.

ASTM has defined the purpose and use of ASTM standards as representing:

. . . a common viewpoint of those parties concerned with its provisions, namely, producers, users, consumers, and general interest groups. It is intended to aid industry, government agencies, the general public. The use of an ASTM standard is purely voluntary. It is recognized that, for certain work or in certain regions, ASTM standard specifications may be either more or less restrictive than needed. The existence of an ASTM standard does not preclude anyone from manufacturing, marketing, or purchasing products, or using products, processes, or procedures not conforming to the standard. Because ASTM standards are subject to periodic review and revision, those who use them are cautioned to obtain the latest revision.

CSA is Canada's largest and oldest standards-writing, certification, testing, and inspection organization. A not-for-profit association, it has been bringing representatives of industry, government, and consumers together for over 75 years to develop standards for safety and performance.

All inquiries relating to the purchase of CSA standards should be addressed to: Canadian Standards Association, Standards Sales, 178 Rexdale Boulevard, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 1R3; Tel: (416) 747-4044; FAX: (416) 747-2475; or contact the nearest CSA office.

Document History

PLUS 4003-95
January 1, 1995
Specifications for Concrete and Concrete Structures Design
PREFACE This publication was assembled for the Canadian Standards Association, and contains those ASTM standards referenced in the following CSA Concrete and Structural (Design) Standards....

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