Tiltwall Ontario - Concrete Steel Reinforcement

The Technical Aspect of Tilt-Up Concrete Reinforcement

Tilt-up construction is well known as a preferred building method for warehouses and big-box stores, but thanks to its economy, simplicity, and durability it is now becoming the method of choice for other commercial projects including schools, churches, and office buildings.

These types of projects are a great way to showcase tilt-ups architectural versatility, but they also increase the importance of keeping concrete cracking in the site-cast wall panels to a minimum.
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PPFD New Facility - Whitby, Ontario

Lifting our 2000th tilt-up panel at a 60,000 sq.ft. warehouse in Whitby, ON

Founded in 1986, Promotional Products Fulfillment & Distribution Ltd. (PPFD) provides marketing support services that includes the full range of fulfillment, distribution, and call center management.

From the company’s 150,000 square-foot state-of-the-art warehouse located in Whitby, Ontario, near Toronto, PPFD is able to package and distribute almost any product to any location in Canada and beyond.

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The Insulation Process of Concrete Wall Panels Explained - Tilt Wall Ontario

The Insulation Process of Concrete Wall Panels Explained

When it comes to design flexibility, speed of installation, and energy-efficiency, tilt-up concrete construction offers the complete package. And with heating and cooling costs typically representing around 30% of a building’s annual operating costs, the energy-saving benefits of tilt-up are worth a second look.
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Tilt-Up for Educational Buildings. A Challenge or Opportunity?

Tilt-Up for Educational Buildings. A Challenge or Opportunity?

When the school bell rang at Ottawa’s Broadview Public School in September 2016, it signaled the beginning of a new year in a brand-new building.

While students and teachers marveled at their school’s eye-catching exterior, wide corridors, and sun-filled common areas, they were probably unaware that the project was completed using tilt-up construction.
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