Cast-in-place concrete is a common type of building material for commercial structures and residential homes alike. It involves pouring liquid concrete into removable forms and then dismantling the forms once the concrete has hardened to leave a solid wall behind. It’s low cost and flexible framing system makes it an appealing choice for architects and engineers.
Examples of Cast-In-Place Concrete
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