Building with semi-finished concrete parts
When building with semi-finished concrete parts, in-situ concrete and precast concrete building methods are combined.
Semi-finished parts are single-layer concrete skins with integrated lattice girders. Basically, lattice girder floor and double wall elements are differentiated.
Semi-finished parts are erected within a building and arranged together to form a ceiling or wall. The floor skin and the space between the two wall skins are subsequently completed with fresh concrete. Finally, after curing, this results in a monolithic structure with greater rigidity.
The advantages of this combined building method are the elimination of formwork on site with significantly shorter construction times while achieving two fair faces. Thanks to the low weight in comparison to solid precast parts, transportation and installation costs are considerably reduced.