Flexible Construction

Flexible construction relates to the use of flexible materials in constructing concrete features. It was first developed for aesthetic reasons as a way to create designs that do not require the use of very heavy materials, thus saving on costs. The material can be bent into many shapes and sizes, depending on the need. Although many designers initially used flexural technology to create curb appeal by means of unidirectional wall panels, the applications have now extended to the building industry. Modular Wall Systems, as one example, are becoming more commonplace as an alternative to stamped concrete and other rigid instillation methods.

CRAFTY CONTAINER SYSTEM

CRAFTY CONTAINER System refers to the use of lightweight, reinforced plastic materials to build an attractive, appealing and durable architectural feature. In the past, concrete was a heavy material with very limited options for fabrication, leading to a more traditional and rigid instillation style. Today, flexible constructions allow architects to use concrete in a totally different way, with endless shapes, sizes and textures. As a result, there is a wide range of products made from this versatile material that may include:

CONTACT LIFT

A material that has infinite degrees of flexure and stretch is known as contact lift. This system requires no rigid instillation or stamping because contact stresses deform the structure, which forces its seams open. Containers such as these are used in container hybrid construction. Container Hybrid Construction involves combining precast and modular construction. Containers are made of lightweight, hollow aluminum and their interiors are filled with concrete to create a strong, durable and sustainable construction cost security system.

CYLINDER CIRCLE

A unique type of circle wall is a flexible metallic tube, which is known as a cyclone. This system uses two circular steel tubes positioned in a box at the bottom of a building, which acts as the foundation. As the project progresses, the tubes expand and contract to create the desired interior shapes.

CLIPPER-ROBOTO-PILL

This is a vertical spinning method used in conventional and flexible circular construction. This system allows designers to create sections of a building or any other structure through the use of a continuous spiral. As the sections rotate, they interlock to form long and short segments. Clip-robo-pills are used in container construction industry for metalling, roofing and partition walls.

FLEXURE CONDITIONAL GROUND

This is a unique type of construction ground consisting of a ring of steel columns surrounded by a highly conductive layer of concrete. Concrete is the most effective choice for a flexible construction ground because it is flexible enough to accommodate any changes that occur over the course of the construction.

GROUND-RECTangular

A flexible construction rectangle consists of one hundred eighty degree corners and one hundred ninety degree sides. It is similar to a standard rectangular but the grout lines are fully enclosed within the structure. The grout lines are set on both sides of the frame to ensure that the structure does not shift during expansion or contraction. This flexible construction is commonly used in a variety of structures including precast walls and girders.

These four types of construction cost models allow building companies to adapt their design without sacrificing the structural integrity of their building. When the time comes to choose a structure for your new project, you can rest assured that you will find the most cost effective construction solution to suit your budget and your construction needs. In order to select the best option for your construction project, it is important to consider all of your options. Flexibility is the key to a more successful project, and with the right choice, you can ensure that your construction project will be completed within budget and on schedule.