Post Shores remove the guesswork!

Don’t take chances with 4×4 lumber shores of unknown capacity. And don’t waste time placing more 4×4 lumber shores than needed “just to be safe.” Post Shores are designed and tested for shoring applications. Project layouts and spacings become more efficient based on engineering data, rather than field guesswork.

Concrete Hoppers In Stock!

Concrete Hoppers are precision-molded to create a sturdy and easy-to-clean funnel shape. The standard design is lightweight and easy-to-handle. The heavy-duty design is reinforced with a steel frame. Concrete Hoppers can be combined with tremie pipes, collars, elephant trunk and clamps to help with almost any concrete pour.

Double channel steel walers turn everyday panels into productive gangform systems

butt plate walers

Butt Plate Walers, bolted together end-to-end, are used to support this large wood beam gang.

Contractors own lots of different forming equipment, but they don’t always own enough walers… the one thing that can really maximize forming productivity!

Walers are used to align panels, carry taper tie loads and maximize the surface area of each gang. Depending on the type of panel and contractor preference, there are several waler alternatives.

Breaking News!

We’ve just landed the largest Stud Rail project in SureBuilt history. For more information on the NYC Stud Rails and other products, please contact our area representative, Bob Edwards, Construction Innovations, by email: redw472039@aol.com or cell: 518-365-1202. The $1.5 billion expansion of the Jacob K. Javits Center in Manhattan is underway and the columns will be reinforced with SureBuilt Stud Rails.

Stay on Schedule with SureBuilt Stud Rails! Stud Rail, a double-headed stud anchor (DSA) reinforcement system, is typically used for concrete deck-to-column connections.

This product is designed to create a larger shear area around each column of a building , transfer the load into the concrete deck, and resist punching shear forces. Using the Stud Rail system can often eliminate the need for column capitals or drop heads. This provides significant savings, since these column details are difficult to form and place.