Project: Waste Water Plant in Bradford, Canada
Specifications: This one-sided wall at the Bradford Waste Water Treatment Plant had to be erected against earth and within a confined space. By adding four extensions on top of MEVA's STB 450 one-sided frame, the heavy-duty (2,025 psf) Imperial panels achieved a one-sided wall pour that met the challenge. This confined site showed up one of the major benefits of the support frame STB: it has the most compact base depth of only 8 ft.
Contractor: Kenaidan Construction
Formwork Engineering: MEVA Formwork Systems, Springfield, OH
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