I am doing a landscape-hardsacape project for the church that I attend this is what I need to figure out. I need to pour a smooth concrete pad that is 14' X 4 ' that is on an angle of about 45 degrees. On top of the pad I will be placing marble tiles that are 4" X 7", that is not a problem, this is how the church is paying for the project. What I need to know is how to get the concrete/cement to stay where it needs to be at the angle it needs to be, what kind of reinforcments I need in the concrete, any stress areas I need to worry about, what kind of rebar and the shape I need to use, basically I need to know everything because the price of this job is to help the church and in turn I will be doing the right thing and hopefully any business I can get from it will pay for my time. As a note I have already landscaped and installed irrigation, which is what I do, and have already received business opportunities from that. I can call on a concrete/cement company but I want to keep the costs down for the church as much as possible. Any help and/or ideas will be greatly appreciated. Post a reply or e-mail me at email@example.com. Thanks.