High-rise construction is a science of its own. Complex demands on speed, quality, safety and finish require expert attention and custom-engineered all-in-one solutions. Where crane time is limited, site-space cramped and schedules tight, it is the method that decides on the winning approach. MEVA is meeting the challenges in high-construction with state-of-the-art climbing and forming technology, mature safety concepts and in-depth know. Discover answers and solutions here.
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A new transit camp project is taking shape in the Anjirwadi district in the city of Mumbai. The high-rise tower, built with MEVA Formwork Systems, will function as a temporary housing for the residents of Bhendi Bazar. The accommodation will be provisional and free of charge for the duration of 15 years while clusters 3A and 3B are being built.
Business and living environment with 4 million ft² of workspace, 330 new homes, a major 4 star design hotel, shops, restaurants, childcare and community facilities.
The tower is being built with the hydraulic automatic climbing system MAC, MEVA Mammut 350 and MGC.
The shafts are being climbed with Mammut formwork panels placed on MGC climbing platforms on the outside and on shaft platforms on the inside.
The MevaDec slab formwork system covers all of the most important slab forming methods.
The tower is climbing with MEVA’s automatic hydraulic climbing system MAC.
MEVA climbing technolgy MAC and MGS are safety and efficiency solutions - as shown on the Hotel One site in Manila, Philippines
MEVA formwork technology helps build modern homes for Iran’s middle class and is used at large scale
MevaFlex and MEP props were also used to support the balconies. The slabs were cast using the MevaDec slab formwork.
The tower is being climbed using MEVA‘s automatic hydraulic System MAC. With its completely closed platform it provides a safe working environment even at great heights.
Mass house building: A new method using MEVA’s wall formwork AluFix saves time and money.
The MEVA Guided Screens protection system MGS encloses complete floors protecting workers and equipment against wind and weather. Together with other MEVA systems, MGS is in use on an office tower that is being built in a mixed residential and office area outside Zurich.
MEVA’s slab formwork system MevaDec and the girder formwork MevaFlex are used to pour the slabs of three office towers, Doha, Qatar.
MEVA formwork and climbing systems are used for all on-site concrete works – including cores, slabs and walls – using cutting-edge technology in order to deliver a quality product on time, safely and efficiently.
One Rockwell is currently the largest MevaDec site on the Philippines. It is the safe and simple solution in slab forming, using the same parts and easy assembly. Its flexibility allows all slab layouts to be formed with a minimum of compensation areas.
The MevaDec slab formwork system achieved a record-breaking 154 levels and 224,808 m² without a single re-facing and without a single delay.
Mirax Tower Federazija with 440 m Height in Moscow with MEVA Formwork-Systems Mammut and all-plastic facing alkus.
Flexible forming with MevaDec and alkus.