Overview

STACK's Quick Start assemblies for concrete are designed to work for many different types of structures and rebar configurations.


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Table of Contents

  1. 03 Concrete

    1. Concrete Flatwork - 2D

    2. Concrete Footing, Beam, Curb - Linear

    3. Concrete Rectangular Column/Pier - Count

    4. Concrete Round Column/Pier - Count


03 Concrete

Concrete Flatwork - 2D

Summary: This assembly is designed for a Volume 2D takeoff.

Variables:

  • Aggregate Base Depth In Inches - used to calculate the Aggregate Base item.

  • Rebar Spacing Inches If Used - Required if choosing rebar for reinforcing.

Required Items:

These items will be automatically added to your takeoff.

  • Aggregate Base - calculated in tons, based on the area component of the takeoff and aggregate depth variable.

  • Concrete - cubic yards equal to the takeoff total.

  • Concrete Flatwork Labor - by the square foot.

Item Groups:

This group contains a selection of items to choose if needed.

  • Choose Reinforcing - either rebar or welded wire mesh.

  • Choose Vapor Barrier - by the roll based on square footage of the takeoff

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Concrete Footing, Beam, Curb - Linear

Summary: This assembly is designed for a Linear takeoff. It can be used for different types of footings, beams and simple curbs.

Variables:

  • Concrete Width In Inches - Used to calculate the volume of concrete and length of transverse rebar.

  • Concrete Depth In Inches - Used to calculate the volume of concrete.

  • Continuous Rebar Count - the number of bars running along the length of the concrete.

  • Transverse Rebar Spacing In Inches - Required if choosing a transverse rebar item.

  • Vertical Rebar Spacing In Inches - Required if choosing a vertical rebar item.

  • Vertical Rebar Length In Feet - If choosing vertical rebar this is the total length of each piece including bends and hooks.

Required Items:

These items will be automatically added to your takeoff.

  • Concrete - Cubic yards calculated using the linear takeoff total plus depth and width variables.

  • Concrete Footing Labor - by the linear foot.

Item Groups:

This group contains a selection of items to choose if needed.

  • Continuous Rebar - by the linear foot, based on the linear takeoff total and rebar count variable.

  • Transverse Rebar - by the linear foot, based on the linear takeoff total, width variable and transverse spacing variable.

  • Vertical Rebar - by the linear foot, based on the linear takeoff total, width spacing variable and vertical rebar length variable.

  • Excavation Labor - by the linear foot.

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Concrete Rectangular Column/Pier - Count

Summary: This assembly is designed for a Count takeoff. It may work for any vertical rectangular concrete structure.

Variables:

  • Column Height In Feet - Or depth if you have a pier. The vertical dimension. It is used to calculate concrete and all rebar.

  • Column Width In Inches - One of the horizontal dimensions, used to calculate concrete and cage rebar.

  • Column Length In Inches - One of the horizontal dimensions, used to calculate concrete and cage rebar.

  • Vertical Rebar Count - Used to calculate vertical rebar.

  • Rebar Cage Spacing In Inches - Used to calculate cage rebar.

Required Items:

These items will be automatically added to your takeoff.

  • Concrete - Cubic yards calculated using the count takeoff total plus width, length and height variables.

  • Concrete Column/Pier Labor - per each.

  • Rebar (Vertical) - in linear feet, based on the takeoff count, column height and rebar count.

  • Rebar (Cage) - in linear feet, based on the takeoff count, column dimensions and spacing variable.

Item Groups:

This group contains a selection of items to choose if needed.

  • Excavation - per each.

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Concrete Round Column/Pier - Count

Summary: This assembly is designed for a Count takeoff. It may work for any vertical round concrete structure.

Variables:

  • Column Diameter In Inches - used to calculate concrete and cage rebar

  • Column Height In Feet - used to calculate concrete and all rebar

  • Vertical Rebar Count - used to calculate vertical rebar

  • Rebar Cage Spacing In Inches - used to calculate cage rebar

Required Items:

These items will be automatically added to your takeoff.

  • Concrete - Cubic yards calculated using the count takeoff total plus diameter and height variables.

  • Concrete Column/Pier Labor - per each.

  • Rebar (Vertical) - in linear feet, based on the takeoff count, column height and rebar count.

  • Rebar (Cage) - in linear feet, based on the takeoff count, column dimensions and spacing variable.

Item Groups:

This group contains a selection of items to choose if needed.

  • Excavation - per each.

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