So we are having our pool redone and I have a question with regards to the shotcrete process during a remodel or new build.
So we had our shotcrete done yesterday (thursday) and the PB said he's planning to plaster on Tuesday.
A city inspector showed up today while I was at work and told my wife no plaster until we perform a crush test on a sample of shotcrete (have some left in a bucket). I understand from calling a couple of places that will do this that typically 30 days is needed to fully cure.
The city inspector didn't say that he wants us to wait 30 days but now i'm confused. Will my sample fail a compression test since it will only be 5 days old if I have it tested Monday morning?
What is your experience in your area in regards to this type of testing? Do they make you wait a month to plaster your pool? Do you go forward and plaster your pool and then take your sample after a month for testing in order to get your final inspection done?