Slab, Before the Pour
Slab & Balconies

Control Lines

CMU sleeves marked

Depressions Marked & Formed

Railing Inserts Marked

Glass Fasteners Marked

Stud-Rails Marked and Placed

Edge Forms Complete

Edge Chamfers in Place

Balcony Drop Chamfer

Openings & Chases

Railing Inserts & Rebar Placed

Depression Forms

Rebar Clearance

Cable Counts & Chairs Done

Cables have no Reverse Profile

PT Pocket Formers in place

Back-Up Bars in Place

Cables Clearance with Forms

Cables Clearance with Sleeves

Cables Clearance with Conduits

Cables Clearance at Depression

Deck is painted for Cables

Deck/Forms are cleaned with no debris

Stairs Layout & Forms are ready


Rebar Clearance

Cables Clearance

Stud-Rails Clearance

Balcony Railing Inserts

Rebar for Balcony Railing Inserts

Back-Up Bars

Rebar behind Railing Inserts

Edge Chamfers in place

Drip Chamfers in place

Check the Slope

Are Ironworkers & MEP present?

Deck/Edge Forms cleaned with no debris

Stairs Concrete Mix is correct

Slab, During the Pour

Concrete PSI, Batch Time & Slump

Cables profile remains unchanged

Rebar location not changed

Cable & Rebar Clearance at Depressions

Stud-Rails Clearance at Depressions

Laser/Pipe Screeding is used properly for flatness

Vibration at slab

Vibration at Column Dowels & Stud-Rails

Vibration at the Slab Edges

Vibration at Balcony Edges

Vibration at Beams

Controlling the underside of the deck for levelness

Balcony & Stairs broom finish


Control Lines


Clearance of Rebar at bottom

Column forms are Plumb & Secure

Clearance of Rebar at the Top

Shear-Wall Forms are Plumb and Secure

Concrete Batch Time & Slump

Concrete is poured in layers

Vibration in Layers

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.