DESCRIPTION OF WORKS:
This project involved the construction of a new warehouse to facilitate the growth of a national electrical supplier. Initial slab design proposed a typical concrete slab at 2500 m sq utilising various joint details which upon planning of the concrete pour sequencing, proved extremely unpractical and timely. Using Kform uPVC Screed Rail reduced the amount of pours from 6 to 3 which subsequently shortened the programme duration and saved costs generated by pump visits and additional shuttering.
Faster, easier, better! Good work Chris Jones and the team at Naylor Love www.naylorlove.co.nz !
Throw back to beautiful Vanuatu last year. Fletcher South Pacific: using Kform at the Lapetasi International Wharf Development Project.
Amazon UK has had a distribution centre in Rugeley since 2011. Due to increased demand plans were passed for expansion to double its capacity.
The client had specified that they wanted the most economical way to achieve a neat finish on the slabwork. This was the contractors’ first experience of using K-Form.
Permission was granted early 2013 to build a new £6 million Agri-Business Centre in Holsworthy, Devon. This new 30acre site is to replace the existing site being sold off to a major supermarket chain.
This site was previously used for manufacturing and storing precast concrete products. The defective concrete products were disposed of on the site.
Our client is a global leader in metal recycling. They are privately owned with a heritage dating back to the 1940’s and employ almost 3,500 people operating at 150 locations around the world.