Efficient and Durable.
Why build with Spancrete hollowcore
- Meet tight schedules while reducing construction costs
- Off-site, plant quality controlled production allows for year-round production and installation
- High-load bearing capacity
- Overall lower maintenance costs compared to other building materials
No other building system accommodates creativity and practicality like Spancrete hollowcore floor and roof building systems. Serving as a combined deck and ceiling system, the planks erect quickly to reduce on-site labor needs and are capable of spanning long open spaces to aid design flexibility. Continuous, interior voids add structural stability, reduce weight and, therefore, reduce cost. The result is a soundproof, fire-rated, low-maintenance system with long spans and shallow depths.
Our rapid, all-weather construction shortens project schedules and allows you to get down to business faster. Custom made components are manufactured and delivered to the job site ready to erect. Spancrete hollowcore can be shaped and sized to realize any vision and provides the bones for structures that stand strong against fire and weather extremes.
Even after your structure is completed, Spancrete continues to protect your bottom line through lower insurance rates, reduced maintenance costs and higher resale values. Hollowcore can be used in virtually any building application that calls for strength, durability and speed of construction and is a crucial part of the structural integrity in multi-family residential, manufacturing and recreational facilities, retail, schools, municipal and commercial buildings.
Paired with precast components or structural steel, Spancrete hollowcore provides an immediate working surface and covered space for other trades. In addition, the panels have continuous voids in them that reduce weight and cost, and also may be utilized for electrical or mechanical runs. This helps keep the construction process on track and adds another layer of efficiency to the project.
Hollowcore planks can be attached to CMU walls, steel beams or precast walls/beams.