Main Prestressing and Post Tensioning Advantages:

  • Higher Construction Speed
  • Reducing Construction Costs
  • Higher Quality
  • Earthquake Resistance

Architectural Advantages:

  • Increasing Building Space
  • Column Free Space
  • Removing Hanging Beams
  • Longer Spans
  • Flat Slab
  • Longer Cantilevers
  • Reduced Floor to Floor Heights

Structural Advantages:

  • Reducing Construction Materials (Concrete & Reinforcement)
  • Reducing Slab and Beam Depths
  • Crack Free Structures
  • Resistance Against Earthquakes
  • Reducing Building Dead Loads
  • Waterproof Ceilings

Economical Advantages:

  • Material Savings
  • Reduced Structural and Finishing Costs
  • Increased Building Longevity and Operation
  • Significant Construction Time Savings
  • Possible Removal of Temporary Ceilings
  • Creation of More Floors in Allowed Height
  • Reduced Repair and Maintenance Costs