Construction engineering is a precise discipline, and for good reasons. A minute error in measurement and execution could cost people’s lives. One particular area where precision is of vital importance is formwork. Concrete has to be properly formed and kept in the right shape until it’s fully cured to achieve the stability a building needs to provide safe occupancy.
There are many types of material that can be used to make formworks. For small construction projects that involve regular size concrete walls and slabs, wood forms can hold. For complex architecture that requires more intricate molding but involves lesser load, plastic or fiberglass resin forms will do.
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