On the ground
Slipforming is very effective when it comes to high rise structures such as skyscrapers, industrial chimneys and steel tanks. These are structures which require a lot of work when it comes to raising the formwork quickly while ensuring that the supply of cement is seamless and continuous. A lot different methods within slipforming are used depending on the type and the shape of the building being constructed. What slipform can achieve with good quality equipment is something that can be a great advantage for the construction company. When it comes to heavy lifting and construction one has to depend a lot on the machines as the processes are facilitated by machines.
Construction of tall structures has changed over the years. With better technology and machines being used, it is now possible to successfully complete building complex structures. Slip forming is one of the most widely used and popular methods of construction and raising tall structures.
Our suspension bridge project outside Narvik, Norway, “Hålogolandsbrua” is taking shape. When completed, the lenght of the bridge will be 1533 meters and the pylons rise 170 meters above the sea level. Hålogolandsbrua will then be the second longest suspension bridge in Norway.
Client: Interform / NCC