BG + Dr. Concrete, Kodiak Pro + C.D.S. - Tea Time / Liquid Defoamers / Original Design

It’s Tea Time with BG and Dr. Concrete (AKA Jon Schuler)! Or should we say, time to spill the tea. We address a handful of responses we received from the last episode in addition to the following topics:

  • Temperature Sensors for Curing Concrete - Initial Data 
  • The Importance of Insulation when Curing
  • Casting on Steel Tables
  • The Acronyms we use for Concrete, i.e. ECC, GFRC, UHPC
  • The Importance of Originality in Design
  • Rigid Fabric Forming Vs. Loose Fabric Forming
  • Apply - Coat - Soak with ICT
  • + Much More



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Brandon Gore Fabric Formed Concrete Wall Form
Concrete being pumped into fabric form concrete wall form
Concrete curing in a fabric formed concrete wall
Finished fabric formed concrete wall and countertop by Brandon Gore
Fabric Form Concrete Wall by Gore Design Co.
Finished and sealed fabric formed concrete wall by Brandon Gore Hard Goods

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