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Otis P Guillebeau

from Stone Mountain, GA
Deceased

Otis Guillebeau Phones & Addresses

  • 989 Allgood Rd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083 (404) 294-7811
  • 141 Lake Dr, Eatonton, GA 31024 (706) 484-0404
  • 141 Lake Forest Dr, Eatonton, GA 31024 (706) 484-0404
  • Decatur, GA

Work

Company: Tendril consulting Jun 2010 to Sep 2013 Position: Owner and director

Education

Degree: Fahrenheit School / High School: Dekalb Community College 1970 to 1972 Specialities: Biology, Mathematics & Psychology

Interests

Wood Working, Herpetology, Photography, ...

Industries

Construction

Professional Records

License Records

Otis P. Guillebeau Jr.

Address:
Mr Otis P Guillebeau Jr, Decatur, GA 30032
License #:
PE.0012635 - Expired
Category:
Civil Engineer
Issued Date:
Feb 16, 1971

Resumes

Resumes

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Product Developer

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Position:
Owner and Director at Tendril Consulting
Location:
Greater Atlanta Area
Industry:
Construction
Work:
Tendril Consulting since Jun 2010
Owner and Director

Pocket Form Isolator - Buford, Georgia Jun 2001 - May 2010
Director of Product Development

Haines, Gipson & Associates, Inc. Sep 1981 - Jun 2001
Structural Project Manager
Education:
Dekalb Community College 1970 - 1972
Fahrenheit, Biology, Mathematics & Psychology
Interests:
Wood Working, Herpetology, Photography, Travel, Family

Business Records

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Company / Classification
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Otis P. Guillebeau
Principal
Otis P Guillebeau Jr
Engineering Services
989 Allgood Rd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083

Publications

Us Patents

Fracture-Inducing Lid For Isolation Pocket Form

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US Patent:
20050252129, Nov 17, 2005
Filed:
Jul 22, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/186799
Inventors:
Otis Guillebeau - Lawrenceville GA,
International Classification:
E02D027/00
US Classification:
052380000
Abstract:
An isolation pocket form is placed on around a footing for a support column, and then covered with a lid which has a sharp peripheral rim extending upwardly. Concrete is then poured around and over the form and lid, forming an initially continuous concrete floor which can be used as a casting bed for making wall slabs. The sharp-bottomed grooves produced in the concrete by the rim are preferential fracture sites, so that, after the wall slabs have been removed, the concrete portion overlying the isolation pocket can easily and cleanly be broken out.

Apparatus For Constructing Isolation Pockets

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US Patent:
52243133, Jul 6, 1993
Filed:
Oct 31, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/785407
Inventors:
Otis P. Guillebeau - Lawrenceville GA
International Classification:
E02D 2742
E02D 2750
US Classification:
52297
Abstract:
An improved method of constructing isolation pockets for anchoring the base of a support column in a concrete floor slab structure comprises casting a footing, attaching a corrosion resistant isolation pocket form (37) to the footing with the form bounding a region of the footing and extending upwardly therefrom to an open top, securing the base of the support column to the footing in the bounded region thereof, and incorporating the form into the finished floor structure by compacting a subbase about the exterior of the form, casting a concrete slab atop the subbase, and filling the interior of the form with concrete to substantially the same level as the cast slab on the exterior of the form. A stay-in-place isolation pocket form (37) for use in performing the method is also provided.

Isolation Pocket Form With Closure

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US Patent:
20040045241, Mar 11, 2004
Filed:
Sep 6, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/235836
Inventors:
Otis Guillebeau - Lawrenceville GA,
International Classification:
E04B001/16
US Classification:
052/378000, 052/380000
Abstract:
An isolation pocket form includes a wall assembled from wall segments having reinforcing ribs. The form is secured to a floor with clips having projections which engage holes in the periphery of the form. A removable closure seats on an interior ledge of the form, the ledge being situated so that the top of the closure is flush with the top of the form. The closure is reinforced by a two-dimensional array of reinforcing ribs to give it strength and rigidity.
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