Engineers, Architects, Developers, Contractors Invited to View New Retaining Wall System
Fast Tilt Retaining Wall Invites You to a Walk-Through of Current Project in Santee, California
By: Fast Tilt Retaining Wall
Fast Tilt executives and a professional engineer (PE) will host this special event, where attendees will receive in-depth information about the time and cost benefits of the system as well as its unique capabilities and design possibilities.
The Fast Tilt Retaining Wall system uses a tilt-up construction method to build high-quality walls quicker and more cost-efficiently than ever before. Fast Tilt walls retain any medium and are further distinguished for being a greener and safer alternative to more familiar approaches. The tilt-up construction method allows walls to be constructed up to 40% faster than traditional wall systems, making it a perfect solution for time-sensitive builds such as soil retention barriers, levees, seawalls, fences, channels and deep foundations. This dramatic increase in speed is due in part to the ability to begin building the walls before or concurrently with the work on the footings, and the ability to quickly lift completed wall sections into place with a crane.
During the event, Fast Tilt executives will discuss the ability to customize wall panels to match a specific community design aesthetic, including exposed aggregate, polished, stamp and mosaic designs.
Space is limited; all interested parties are encouraged to register now at http://www.fasttilt.com/
"We invite everyone involved in the design and selection process out to our jobsite to watch the construction of the retaining wall as it is being built," said Russ Baumgartner, President of Fast Tilt Retaining Wall. "Fast Tilt uses proven tilt-up technology to achieve cost-effective walls at a fraction of the time required with other systems. The Fast Tilt system will revolutionize the retaining wall construction industry, and it is our pleasure to be able to showcase the product in action."
For more information, see http://www.fasttilt.com.