International Mass Housing Formwork
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Single Family & Mass Housing
With the demand for well-constructed, affordable housing at an all-time high, WTF International Housing Formwork Systems provide:
- Lower Material & Labor Costs
- Speedy Construction
- Increased Worker Productivity
- Higher Profits
- Ease of Use
- Simple Assembly
- Strong & Durable Concrete Forms
- Superior Finished Products
Our International Aluminum Formwork System provides low cost construction and rapid completion of residential or commercial, single or multi-level structures.
- Aluminum formwork and concrete construction are very cost effective - especially when wood products are scarce.
- The components needed to produce concrete (cement, sand, gravel and water) are readily available worldwide.
- Poured concrete has greater strength compared to block construction. The quality of a poured concrete wall made with concrete forms is superior to alternative methods.
- Aluminum concrete forms are very durable. With proper use and maintenance, they will last for a decade or more.
- One crew can set formwork for a 60 square meter home in one day.
- Aluminum concrete forms are a lightweight, hand-set system. The largest component can be handled by one person.
- With a simple training program, transform your unskilled labor into a highly productive workforce.
- WTF's International System gives highly flexible configurations for a wide variety of building needs.
Medium-High Rise Housing
For the last several years WTF has been involved with medium and high rise construction in South America and Asia.
One of our design innovations is the Z-Panel. This simplifies the formwork assembly for Bay Windows and other cantilevered features by reducing the number of parts needed. We are constantly developing time-saving solutions to many of the forming challenges of high rise construction.
Our Concrete Formwork Systems allow integration of all structural members (load-bearing walls, columns, beams, decks, stairs) as well as non-structural members (partitions, architectural features).