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This article talks about the increase use of tilt-up concrete construction. Tilt-up construction is when a wall formed on the ground, then hoisted up to the side of the building. There is even a Tilt-Up Concrete Association that has a wealth of in

Explains when concrete tilt up construction provides advantages over steel building or metal building construction.

Common production methods include tilt-up (poured on site) and precast (poured off site and transported to site). Each method has advantages and disadvantages and choice is determined by site access, availability of local precasting facilities, required finishes and design demands (see 'Typical domestic construction'

explains the advantages of tilt up construction that appeal to design build contractors and general contractors.

Tilt-Up wall construction is a great construction method that can be used in certain instances where cost and speed are required during the construction process. The methodology enable to have these walls constructed elsewhere or on site, and have them transported into the site, reducing labor conflicts

Tilt-Up concrete construction is not new; it has been in use for well over a century. Since the mid-1940s it has developed into the preferred method of construction for many types of buildings and structures. Nationwide, over 15% of all industrial buildings are Tilt-Up, ranging in size from 5,000 to over 1.5 million square feet.

Tilt-up wall construction has been around for quite some time and remains one of the most recommended construction methods for commercial buildings. Approximately 15 percent of all industrial buildings within the U.S. have been erected using tilt-up walls, with these buildings all being constructed for

The construction market is highly competitive, and Tilt-Up is chosen only when its advantages, given the locale and circumstances of a project, clearly favor it.