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Tilt-Up construction features a series of concrete panels tilted up into place to form a building’s exterior wall. These panels are created at the worksite using wood forms, rebar, and concrete. The forms are shaped and rebar cut to match final designs. Next, concrete is poured into the forms and finished.


When the walls are ready, they’re tilted into a vertical position and set on foundational footings where they form the external structure of the building. Each panel is temporarily braced until the roof ties the structure together. As we describe below, the outward-facing portion of these panels is a blank slate on which almost any exterior siding, cladding, or veneer can be applied. The same goes for the interior, which can be further insulated or otherwise coated to meet the specific needs of a facility.

Check out our past projects with the same procedure!

Bonita Springs High School

Harns Marsh Middle School

Oak Hammock Middle School

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Less Labor Cost | Energy Efficient | Fast & Practical | Less Waste & Lowered Environmental Impact

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