Formwork and Shoring
Formwork can be defined as a provisional structure that aims to maintain the plastic concrete in the geometry defined in design and sustain it until it reaches sufficient strength to withstand the stresses to which it will be subjected.
The executive design of formwork is the graphical representation of the values obtained in the design, its manufacturing measures, quantity of parts, distribution of the components and the specification.
Shoring is a temporary structure capable of resisting and transmitting to the support bases of the shoring structure all actions from the permanent and variable loads resulting from the release of the fresh concrete on the horizontal and vertical forms, until the concrete becomes self-supporting.
Featured Projects in Formwork and Shoring:
- The Tower of Natal
- Sports Gymnasium of Goiânia
12.000 people capacity
First Brazilian project with the ISO 9002 certification
- Goiás State University
UEG - Campus Anápolis
- Church of St. John
Campus - The Catholic University of Goiás Campus - UCG
- Atrio Gym
Largest Gym in Latin America - 7,500m²
- AGETOP Headquarters
State Bureau of Public Works - The State of Goias