• This Post-tensioning Inspection & Test Plan (ITP) must be completed for each individual post-tensioned concrete pour.

Attendance during the concrete pour

  • Did an SRG employee attend the concrete pour?

Post-tensioning Installation

  • Was monitored and maintained as far as possible.

  • Was secured to prevent displacement and damage.

  • The Anchors and ducting were sealed to prevent contamination.

Other trades used measures to protect tendons.

  • Chair support for pump lines were used.

  • Pans were kept free and clear of concrete.

  • Grout tubes were undamaged.

  • There was adequate vibration around the anchors and dead-ends.

  • Did any damage occur to the post-tensioning tendons during concrete placement or screeding?

Issues during concrete pour.

  • Did any issues arise during the concrete pour that would compromise the post-tensioning system?

  • SRG Leading Hand

  • Main Contractor

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