Alsina participates in the construction of a wastewater treatment plant in Florida (United States)

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Alsina participates in the construction of a wastewater treatment plant in Florida (United States)

The project: Wastewater treatment plant in Apopka

Alsina’s Formwork delegation in Florida participated in 2017 in the construction of the Wastewater Treatment Plant in Apopka, a city located in Orange County, in the US state of Florida.

This water infrastructure project, which was completed the same year 2017, consisted of the construction of large watertight deposits with straight and circular walls, of complex geometry and included notable challenges in its execution, which were successfully overcome thanks to the versatility of the formwork systems supplied by Alsina.

Alsina: versatile and profitable solutions for the construction of water infrastructures

For the implementation of the project, Alsina supplied its Alisply Walls and Alisply Circular Walls formwork systems, with no need to design any customized element due to the versatility of these formwork systems.

Alisply Walls modular formwork system is a resistant, versatile and compatible system regarding its accessories with each of Alisly’s family systems, which makes the equipment use very profitable on the jobsite. The Alisply’s formwork system surface is phenolic, so it offers multiple advantages over metallic surfaces, such as lower weight, higher quality of concrete, increased performance and greater resistance to inclement weather.

On the other hand, Alisply Circular Walls is a recoverable modular formwork system for circular fair-faced concrete walls. This is a fast and profitable system to be handled with a crane and consisting of a galvanized steel frame and phenolic resin-coated plywood surface. Its modules come preassembled from the workshop and only the radius has to be defined on site. In order to do this, the panel includes all the necessary components and no special tool is required to curve the phenolic plywood.

Location: Florida (USA)
Completion date: 2017