Bridging Two Concrete Slabs Together and how to Get the DPM Right?


Postby Cheshire Carpenter » Mon Apr 02, 2018 3:17 pm

Hi There

I have a job on my extension which I seem to be going round the block when coming up with the correct method. I am making two rooms in to one.

I have removed an old dividing wall and also its brick footings which sits in-between two concrete internal floors. Both have been laid on top of the blue DMP as you can see in the picture. I would like to now lay a new mains water pipe in this trench and fill this in with concrete to marry the two floors together. Could someone help me please and suggest a correct and proper method for doing this.

Many Thanks

Ben
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