I am curious as to what a typical detail is when it comes it doweling rebar into an existing slab-on-grade. Do they drill a hole on the edge of the slab and epoxy rebar in the holes or do they saw cut the slab from the top and place the rebar that way? How is it usually done? Does anyone have a standard detail they would like to share or communicate to me?
If a builder has built a house for a man and has not made his work sound, and the house which he has built has fallen down and so caused the death of the householder, that builder shall be put to death."Code of Hammurabi, c.2040 B.C.
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