From the P&R-Lou Cummings. I think that if they set the mixture to handle cars, it should be able to handle people like myself.....I'm just saying......
If the tee pads are only for foot traffic their is no need for rebar or mesh wire. When we pour the pads i will have the mixture set for driveway pour's this will make them strong enough.-Loujlowekc@att.net
05/22/2009 08:30 AM
"Cummings, Lou" <>,
"Herron, Michael" <Michael_Herron@kcmo.org
Tee Pads at CLiff
Looking great out there, I appreciate all the work that you guys have done this week on them, I can barely wait.
I did want to try one last attempt at trying to get either mesh, or rebar in the pads, I really feel that in the long run it will be money well spent to ensure the longevity of the pads. With the size that they are I am just fearful not having something to attach the concrete to will shorten the life considerably. Although I have slept at a Holiday Inn Express, I am no concrete expeert, and therefore will abide by the pro's that you have working on it for us. If they feel that it is not needed, then fine by me.
Let me know if you have any questions. I will be out of town this weekend, but I know that there are a few guys that are loitering at the park awaiting everyday the work that is going on so if you need anything feel free to ask Dan or Keizer as I am sure they are right in the middle of it all out there!!!
Love having the help.
Most importantly, please enjoy the holiday weekend, spend some good quality time with family and friends to start off summer right!!!