Alsina Poland participated in the construction of the Dąbrowskiej residential in Kracow

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Alsina Poland participated in the construction of the Dąbrowskiej residential in Kracow

The project: Residential Construction in Krakow

Alsina’s Formwork subsidiary in Poland began its collaboration in 2015 in the extension project of the Dąbrowska Residential, located in the city of Krakow, Poland.

As it did in the previous construction phase, the client wanted Alsina to participate in the construction of this new phase, relying on the company to supply its formwork solutions that already demonstrated its efficiency and safety in the construction of housing facilities.

This second phase of the Residential building has a total of 10 stories, with an area of ​​5.000 m2 each, for the construction of which Alsina has supplied a total of 1.200 m2 of slab formwork and a total of 600 m2 of wall formwork, in addition to other auxiliary systems and consumables that are common in this type of works such as the Tricapa Boards.

It is worth mentioning that the implementation of the project with Alsina´s formwork systems has allowed the client to obtain high productivity at the jobsite, helping to meet the agreed deadlines without sacrificing the safety of the workers.

Alsina: safe and profitable solutions for the construction of residential facilities

Alsina has supplied a wide variety of its formwork systems for the implementation of the project, including the Alumecano recoverable slab formwork system and the Alisply Heavy Walls formwork system.

Alumecano is a re-usable formwork system for the implementation of waffle slabs with permanent coffer, one-way concrete beams and solid slabs. Alumecano only uses 3 basic components (Girder, Support Girder and Drop head) including the revolutionary new Drop head made of duralumin (structural aluminum), which makes it light and resistant for the support of the formwork surface. This system allows to recover a large part of the used equipment (100% of the Boards and 50% of the Struts) 72 hours after concreting, without the need for re-shoring, so they can be used elsewhere, making it a very profitable formwork system.

On the other hand, Alsina’s Alisply Walls range includes several recoverable formwork systems for the construction of walls and columns. This is a resistant, versatile and compatible system with all other accessories from Alisply family systems, a fact that makes so much more profitable the formwork equipment on site.
The formwork surface of different types of Alisply is made of plywood, which offers many advantages over metal surfaces, such as lower weight, higher concrete quality, increased performance and greater resistance to inclement weather.

Location: Krakow (Poland)

Completion date: 2019