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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Why You Should Join a Professional Construction Industry Association - TiltWall Ontario Inc.

Why You Should Join a Professional Construction Industry Association

Thomas Edison and Henry Ford were two of the greatest innovators of the early 20th century. After meeting at a conference in 1896, they also became life-long friends. The ability to bounce ideas off each other – no matter how far-fetched they appeared to be – undoubtedly inspired both creative geniuses to even greater heights.

That type of informal interaction is just one of the many benefits that can still be found by joining a professional industry association.
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2017 TCA Tilt-Up Achievement Award - Broadview Public School, Ottawa - TiltWall Ontario

2017 TCA Tilt-Up Achievement Award – Broadview Public School, Ottawa

Tilt Wall Ontario has been awarded a Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) 2017 Achievement Award in the Educational Division for their work on Ottawa’s Broadview Avenue Public School.

The TCA Achievement Awards program was established in 1992 to honour projects that use site-cast Tilt-Up concrete to introduce new building types, advance industry technology and provide unique solutions to building programs.
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