A reinforced concrete frame is a load-bearing skeletal or framing structure composed of concrete which is poured wet on the site then dried during construction, using steel reinforcing bars (rebar) to add tensile strength.Learn more
The Hambro® Floor System combines composite joists with poured concrete, developing a hybrid concrete / steel T-beam running in one direction and an integrated, continuous slab in the opposite direction.Learn more
Refers to a building technique with a “skeleton frame” of vertical steel columns and horizontal I-beams , constructed in a rectangular grid to support the floors, roof and walls of a building which are all attached to the frame.Learn more
Cranes are used to tilt the concrete elements from the casting slab to a vertical position. The slabs are then most often set onto a foundation and secured with braces until the structural steel and the roof diaphragm is in place.Learn more
The 8621 Georgia Avenue Apartment Building is a new construction project located on Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring, Maryland.