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 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.
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.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
The panel contained all the SureBuilt items you would find on a successful tilt-up project, including ProLift Inserts, Brace Inserts, Pipe Braces, HGA Brackets, Lifting Clutches, Slant Anchors, and more!
It even had something you didn’t see… the new SureBuilt Engineering Services, now supporting tilt-up projects throughout North America.
Tilting Things in Your Favor!
We’re in Dallas right now for the 2018 International Tilt-Up Convention and Expo. Be sure to stop by the SureBuilt exhibit, booth #203, to see the new Tilt-Up Animation video we’ve created to demoinstrate our product line.
Even if you can’t attend the show, you can still watch the video with this link.
And don’t forget to ask about SureBuilt Engineering Services. We’re helping tilt-up contractors throughout North America with all the details, including:
– Lifting and bracing
– Shop drawings
– Architectural drawings
– Rebar detailing
– 3D renderings
Of course, you can always contact your SureBuilt representative for the latest on tilt-up products, pricing and availability.
These all-steel Pipe Braces, available in lengths from 7’-6” to 52’-6”, are suitable for almost any formwork, precast or tilt-up bracing application.
The new Slant Anchor reduces installation costs by 37% compared to a typical embed connection. It eliminates the time-consuming embed match-up, field welding and certification steps.
You save money with every Slant Anchor… there are fewer components to buy, the anchors are easier to position and install, and no welding inspection is needed.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
[Bellwood, IL – May 9, 2018] In response to increasing contractor demand for its tilt-up products, SureBuilt is adding engineering services for project application support. Tom Fahey, owner and CEO, announced these services will be located in the new SureBuilt warehouse and manufacturing facility at 1851 Massaro Avenue in Tampa, FL.
The services, called SureBuilt Engineering Services, will be managed by Dave Reardon, an industry professional with more than 30 years of concrete construction experience, including tilt-up expertise in the Florida market. He will be directing a team of uniquely qualified designers who are already familiar with tilt-up specification, engineering and construction practices.
Dave stated, “The industry is always looking for fresh ideas, innovative products, and value-added services. SureBuilt is looking to introduce these types of industry changing ideas through an offering of enhanced engineering services. Our mission is to provide the contractor and supplier the tools to improve and expedite the construction process.”
To that end, we have established a new tilt-up brace production line for 42’ and 52’ sizes to meet growing demand. This line will help us achieve and maintain the required quality in a high-production environment. Of course, all SureBuilt tilt-up braces conform to the latest TCA and AISC guidelines.
Dave added, “Our goal is to support our distribution in their efforts to deliver products and services that will benefit the contractor. Our collaborative efforts should always ensure each project is a success.”
While the new SureBuilt Engineering Services group is immediately responsible for tilt-up projects throughout North America, they also will be coordinating activities with an expanding form, shoring and stud rail engineering group at SureBuilt headquarters in Bellwood, IL.
SureBuilt Concrete Forms & Accessories is an innovation and productivity leader for the concrete construction industry. With 320,000 square feet of indoor manufacturing space and 10 acres of outdoor storage, SureBuilt is well-positioned for growth. Located near Chicago, SureBuilt can supply “Made in USA” products and services throughout North America.
For more information about SureBuilt Engineering Services, please call Dave Reardon at 813-606-5727 or email email@example.com.
For information about SureBuilt tilt-up products, please call Rens Hansort at 708-493-9569 x227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Load-rated device for quickly connecting tilt-up brace shoes to helical ground anchors.
The HGA Bracket provides a simple and quick connection point between helical ground anchors and tilt-up braces. The new patent-pending design eliminates the need to remove, then reattach, pipe brace shoes. The pipe brace shoe bolts directly to the bracket plate and ground anchor bolts to the bracket sleeve.