We use German Formwork Technology for Cast-In-Situ. Cast-In-Situ or In-Situ Concrete, refers to pouring concrete into the ‘in position’ Formwork at the building site and then cured. The formwork or shutters are pre-set with reinforced iron rods, conduits and templates to define space for doors and windows before pumping in the concrete. Therefore, our structures are entirely built of reinforced concrete shear walls. We use Peri Formwork for this construction.
Unlike the conventional column and beam structures where the load is transferred from the slab to the beams and then to the pillars, in our structures the load is transferred directly and uniformly from the slab on to the concrete walls.
What is even more, this process dramatically reduces the construction time. The smooth concrete shear walls come with conduits and it reduces the process by 30%. This also ensures crack free walls that avoid inconvenience, repairs and costs.
In traditional construction, the non-load bearing brick walls do not contribute to the structural stability. The concrete columns and beams bear all the weight. Contrary to the traditional point-load structures our uniform-load bearing structures built of reinforced concrete walls make our homes structurally superior & sturdier.
Since our structures are built to uniformly transfer load from slabs to the reinforced concrete walls, there are absolutely no protrusions like columns or beams, which typically interfere with the plans for home interiors. Ergo, more living space inside the house.