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Factors to Consider with Hot Weather Concrete: Slideshow

If the temperature at the time of concrete placement exceeds 77 degrees, a plan should be enacted to offset the impact of high temperatures on the concrete to keep your project on track.

When the temperature heats up, placing concrete can be a difficult task.

Luckily, the Portland Cement Association (PCA) has offered some helpful reminders of factors to consider when placing concrete in hot weather.

According to the PCA, if the temperature at the time of concrete placement exceeds 77 degrees, a plan should be enacted to offset the impacts of high temperatures on the concrete.

Here are some things to keep in mind.

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