Monthly Archives: September 2017

Flat Slab Floors for Construction Efficiency | Advantages to Client

Flat Slab Construction In this fast growing infrastructure industry, efficiency in construction is utmost important. Flat slab floor systems reduces time for design & delivery, cost of constructions and improves quality of construction. Flat slabs outweighs other structural systems in terms of cost, time & flexibility in 3 main aspects, which are as follows. For… Read More »

Construction Joint or Daywork Joint | Connecting Concrete Pours | Successful Joints

What is Construction Joint? In mass concreting works were huge volume of concrete pour is involved, it is impossible to finish the concreting in a single go, Construction Joint is introduced to connect two successive pours. Completing heavy concreting if not often practical due to insufficient formwork or scaffolding, working hours in a day, limitation… Read More »

Drip Inducer in Structures | Water Cut & Water Shedding Requirements

What is a Drip Inducer or Water Cut A drip inducer also known as water cut can be a recess, protrusion, groove or a projection on an underside surface. The function of drip inducer is to interrupt and break the flow of water along the surface thereby causing it to drip off. One of the… Read More »