cast-in-place concrete


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cast-in-place concrete

The concrete that is deposited in the place where it will harden as an integral part of the structure, as opposed to precast concrete.
See also: Concrete

cast-in-place concrete, in situ concrete

Concrete which is deposited in the place where it is required to harden as part of the structure, as opposed to precast concrete.
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Above that, it has a cast-in-place concrete core and steel framing around the perimeter.
Some of the elements of these homes that were unveiled at the event include stronger structural design to reduce damage from high winds and cast-in-place concrete walls to provide hurricane resistance.
The disparate floor heights of the adjacent buildings are joined in the new structure in an area called the "dissonant zone," a series of cast-in-place ramps integrating hollow core plank, pre-cast columns and beams and cast-in-place concrete, all of which will be exposed to the street through a grouping of windows in the facade.
These pre-cast floors weigh much less than cast-in-place concrete, which also cuts the cost of construction by reducing foundation requirements.
Other offerings include post-tensioning repairs, installation of traffic-bearing expansion joint systems, waterproof deck coatings, window sealant, chemical grouting to control leaks, form and cast-in-place concrete, form and pump concrete, concrete overlay and epoxy injection of cracks.
The property will be constructed of decorative cast-in-place concrete, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and walls of high- performance clear and frosted glass.
The StormFilter is offered in multiple configurations: precast concrete; catch basin (steel, concrete or plastic); downspout; and cast-in-place concrete.
StormFilter is offered in five basic configurations: precast concrete, steel or concrete catch basins, cast-in-place concrete and corrugated metal pipe.
Users, for example, can create ideal scenarios for cast-in-place concrete forming, shoring, and pouring, to be assessed before implementation.