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The latest in designs for the construction of buildings brings MANA Barmill Hamilton with the method that offers high strength, in terms of the load of the columns, regardless of the height of the building or the purpose for which it was created.
This alternative has been considered by those who seek the services of MANA Barmill, to make the projects are quite profitable, economically and very attractive for those seeking to achieve results in a short time.
This type of construction has components, such as concrete, which has a proven resistance; the concrete, the high-strength HSR method, and the higher quality steel from Max Aicher North America (MANA) Barmill.
The procedures used by MANA Barmill, include facilitating the manufacture of parts that are well reinforced and making them in areas distant from the construction area. This is achieved through the use of cages, to obtain concrete pieces.
One of the buildings that have this advanced technology is the Dancing Towers, which are considered as the entrance to Reeperbahn and shows a pair of tango dancers, in which MANA Barmill Hamilton used the replacement of the columns by the HSRS technique.
To carry out this work, MANA Barmill used a series of columns to which the method of filling them with concrete and steel supplied by Max Aicher North America (MANA) Barmill was applied, which shortened the times and also the costs by up to 50 %.
On the other hand, buildings have been made with a considerable height, such as the MoMa Tower, in New York, located at 53 W53rd Street, whose structure has HSR technology and the columns have the steel of Max Aicher North America (MANA) Barmill.
Its design has columns that have sheets to reinforce the loads and complements to join the joints. This work gave him a rather complicated structure, which was a challenge successfully conquered for MANA Barmill Hamilton.
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