Tilt-Up Construction for Architects The Pros and Cons - Tilt Wall Ontario

Tilt-Up Construction for Architects: The Pros and Cons

Tilt-Up Construction was pioneered by California architect Irving Gill in the 1920s, who used it to express a sleek, undecorated aesthetic, inspired by the method’s engineering efficiency.

By the mid-20th century, tilt-up had become the method of choice for big-box, warehouse, and low-cost housing projects, due it’s ease of use, speed of erection, low cost, and durability.
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Your Tilt-Up Building Project, It All Starts with a Plan

All construction projects require careful pre-construction planning and this is particularly true when designing and building a Tilt-Up project.

While Tilt-Up can provide the most cost-effective and time-efficient building method for a wide variety of structures, it requires a significant amount of front-end planning which should begin during the design phase.
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