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Decking & Precast Topping Floors

The primary aim of raised floor concrete is to create functional flooring for structures while ensuring fire resistance. Typically laid to a uniform thickness, these floors often accommodate the movement and flexibility of their decking. To commence the process, a metal or concrete slab decking, provided by others, serves as the foundation for our concrete pouring. The decking contractor typically installs edge trim to contain the concrete and address any decking gaps. Following this, we proceed to install necessary steel reinforcement and mesh, incorporating day joints prior to pouring. While raised floor concrete generally adheres to the movement and flexibility of the decking, our use of screed rails and propping has enabled us to achieve exceptional tolerances, reaching as high as FM3.

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