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Old Posted Jan 2, 2018, 7:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Fvn View Post
one grant park is utilizing tables which make it easier to do a floor because you can shave a day off of the process by basically pre-assembling the decking in big pieces (which is what tables are)
they are just pulled out from the previously poured floor, placed on the newly poured floor and then sealed, and then ready for the rebar/utilities

also generally a good deck cycle is 3 to 5 days (im not sure about OGP's cycle though)
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Originally Posted by Randomguy34 View Post
^ Matter in fact, I feel as though many concrete structures have risen faster than in previous years. Some recent examples I've seen are the Marlowe and Essex on the Park. Have new construction methods enabled faster build outs, or am I imagining it?

Essex is a fairly slender building with minimal parking, so things go faster.
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