Alsina participates in residential building in the Healthcare City of Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
The project: Residential Building in Dubai
Alsina’s Formork delegation in Dubai has begun this year 2017 its collaboration in the Phase 2 construction of a Residential Building in the HealthCare City of Dubai (United Arab Emirates), in charge of the client Al Tatweer Contracting Company.
This residential construction, which will be completed in 2019, involves the construction of approximately 50.000m2 of total surface area distributed in 20 stories. The Healthcare City of Dubai was conceived by Her Majesty Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum with the idea of becoming an internationally recognized place for quality healthcare and an integrated center of excellence for clinical services and wellness, Medical education and research.
Alsina: Versatile and effective solutions for residential construction
For the implementation of the project, Alsina supplied its Mecanoflex, Alispilar, Circular Columns and Vistaform Slabs, without the need to design any product adapted to the project given the versatility of its formwork solutions.
Alsina’s Mecanoflex system is an ideal system to adapt to any type of perimeter, since it solves merging hanging beams without any problem thanks to its flexibility. It is also a very versatile and easy to assemble system, which allows high performance.
On the other hand, Alispilar is a formwork system designed by Alsina to significantly improve the pipeline and work method for the implementation of standard columns in building projects. This is a light but sturdy system that is quick and easy to assembly and that due to its phenolic plywood and chamfer strips (to smooth the edges) provides a high quality concrete finish.
This is a very profitable system and adapts to all markets and typologies of projects, so it has been successfully used in many projects around the world since its inception and it’s gaining more and more followers everyday.
Location: Dubai (United Arab Emirates )
Completion date: 2017