Construction Begins on Fast Tilt Retaining Wall Project
Engineers, Architects, Contractors & Developers Invited to Fast Tilt Construction Process
By: Fast Tilt Retaining Wall
Project start video, see https://youtu.be/
"The speed at which we can build these walls was definitely a factor in selecting Fast Tilt," said Russ Baumgartner, President of Fast Tilt Retaining Wall. "Our technology allows us to build the walls at the same time or even before the footings, and then we just lift each panel into place with the crane. It's a painless and fast process, and very economical."
The tilt-up construction method also gives the wall system another advantage; because the walls are built flat on the ground, it's easy to add decorative elements to add beauty and distinction to the wall that are impossible to achieve using other methods. At RiverView at Town Center, the wall will be customized to complement a decorative sidewalk next to the nearby San Diego River.
The firm has an open invitation to architects, engineers, contractors and developers to view the wall construction in action and ask questions about the wall's capabilities and design potential. The walk-through will be scheduled for the primary day for crane operation on February 24, 2020. Additional updates will be published as the project progresses.
Attendees must register to reserve their space and receive additional information about the tour. Registration can be found at http://www.fasttilt.com/
For more information about Fast Tilt, see http://www.fasttilt.com.
About Fast Tilt Retaining Wall
Fast Tilt Retaining Wall is an award-winning retaining wall system that utilizes tilt-up construction methods to create walls quickly, economically and with unlimited design potential. Fast Tilt walls can be used as soil retention barriers, levees, seawalls, fences, channels or deep foundations.
The Fast Tilt Retaining Wall system cuts construction time by up to 40% over traditional masonry or cast-in-place systems. Walls are constructed horizontally before being lifted into place, allowing for customized finishes including exposed aggregate, polished, stamped and mosaic.