If a concrete slab does not meet the required air-entrainment, can the slab be rejected entiriely? In this case, the testor failed to reject the concrete at the time of the pour even though he identified the issue at the time of the pour. He is now asking that the entire slab be removed and replaced a day later? Any thoughts? Thanks in advance...
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