core wall

core wall

[′kȯr ‚wȯl]
(civil engineering)
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They have three collars anchoring the cranes to the core wall on alternate floors - so every three floors we remove one collar, shift it to the new floor, press a button and the cranes climb," explains Iren.
Tenders are invited for emergent flood damaged restoration work for construction of core wall at the left bank of river rupnarayan at kar para within dhanyaghori g p block khanakul ii dist hooghly under hooghly irrigation division
Working with Benjamin Romano Associados, Torre Reforma will feature an innovative architecturally exposed concrete core wall lateral system with sloping brace elements on the front facade to cantilever the building over another historically listed hacienda and provide a 57-story tower without a single continuous vertical column.
For One World Trade Center, EF Technology TM was proportioned using admixture supplier BASF's Green SenseSM Concrete mixture optimization service, resulting in two high-strength core wall mixes that reduced the environmental footprint of the concrete.
The saddle and main dams are zoned earthfill embankments with a central plastic concrete core wall to guarantee the water tightness of the dam body.
The project has now reached the seventh floor with the core wall area reaching the 10th floor.
Sources in TAMEER confirmed that the slab for the 26th floor has been completed and the core wall has reached the 28th floor.
As a result, typical floor construction has been fast-tracked, and is expected to go up by one floor every seven days and the concrete core wall is going up one floor every four days.
Mauro said that once coffer dams were built and water drained to expose the dam and adjacent structures, his company found that the core wall on the north side of the dam had to be replaced, at a cost of $30,000.
Three core inserts (numbered I, II, and III) were machined using an electrical-discharge-machine (EDM) and used respectively to form the core wall of the cavity.
Richard Long hard at work smearing mud mixed from the Avon and Hudson rivers onto a 20m high lift core wall of Norman Foster's Hearst Tower in New York.
The clearance between the outside core wall and the inside mold wall is less than 0.