If your project is a single story elevated concrete deck or is a sixty story high rise, we have the right system for you. Your project may have a shoring height of 8 foot or 80 feet, or a slab thickness of 8 inches or 8 feet.
The MegaShore Support System is recognized as the leading product in its field by professionals in the construction and civil engineering industries. Comprising of two main components; legs and frames, together with a comprehensive range of accessories, the MegaShore Support System offers one of the quickest, most effective and versatile means of providing rapid support and access solutions in an enormous variety of situations. The system can be used in both ‘flying table’ and erect and dismantle applications and is ideal for multi-story structures, water reservoirs and soffit situations where mobility and ease of handling are required.
Mary Brickell Sidewalk Protection
Location: Miami, FL
Scope: 500 linear feet of Megashore equipment was provided for use as sidewalk protection for this luxury hotel project in downtown Miami. The system is designed to accommodate inbound and outbound auto traffic into the active parking deck while maintaining the integrity of system. In addition, they system provides ample room for pedestrian traffic and renders the building fully operational.
Mag Pellet Facility
Location: Reynolds, Indiana
Scope: 12,000 SF of MegaShore Support System was provided for this six foot thick concrete slab that is fifty feet in height. The fifty foot tall shoring towers were constructed horizontally on grade and crane picked in complete units into position. The 12,000 SF of deck tables for this project were pre assembled and crane set into final position. The ability to crane set these towers and deck tables ensured a safe working environment for the contractor’s team.
Location: Syracuse, NY
Scope: 20,000SF of MegaShore equipment was provided for this nearly mile long triple box sewer tunnel in downtown Syracuse. The formwork and shoring supplied on this project was designed so that the wall placements could be made without any internal ties. The MegaShore legs were built into traveler sections that supported both the pre assembled wall formwork and working platforms. These traveler sections were moved from placement to placement on manually operated trolley carts. The slab placements on this project were supported by MegaShore and the deck tables were pre assembled.
HV Support System
The HV Support System was designed and engineered for use with multiple shoring systems to increase utilization and help simplify equipment needs. This aluminum profile allows this leg to be used as a prop with screw jack or extension leg to be used on standard to more intense jobsites depending on the shoring selected.
McMaster University Medical Facility
Location: Hamilton, Ontario
Scope: 30,000 SF of HV Support System equipment was provided for this six story concrete structure located in downtown Hamilton, Ontario. The system design allowed shoring tables that accommodated both flat slab and drop head conditions to be addressed without re working the initial table construction.
200 East 59th Street
Location: New York, New York
Scope: 30,000 SF of the HV Support System was used to form the footprint of this 500’ tall residential tower in Manhattan. This high end residential building was built by the same developer who brought NYC the tallest residential tower in the Western hemisphere, 432 Park Ave. Directly across from the Bloomberg building, this 152,000 SF structure contains 14’ floor to ceiling heights and his the pinnacle of luxury living in Manhattan.
1213 Walnut Street
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Scope: 40,000 SF of HV Support System flying tables were supplied to support two wet decks on this 34 story residential structure in center city Philadelphia. Three floors of our quick release steel props were used for re-shore on this fast paced project. In addition, we supplied our Self Climbing Core Formwork System, which allowed the contractor to achieve a 3 day cycle on the typical floors for the entire concrete scope.
Location: Houston, TX
Scope: 30,000 SF of HV Support System flying tables were supplied to support one wet deck on this 42 story residential high rise located in downtown Houston, TX. In addition, we supplier our Self Climbing Core Formwork System. The contractor achieved a five day cycle on what is now the tallest residential building in Houston.
Twin Beam System
The Twin Beam Shoring System is a multifunction system designed to make every day changes on the jobsite easier. The system is composed of five simple components; when used together, they supply a stronger support system reducing vertical equipment, rental, and labor costs. The Twin and Insert Beam, “Two Beams in One”, is a distinct product in the concrete construction industry providing a safer, more efficient shoring system.
Titan HV System
The Titan HV System provides a rapid, versatile and efficient means of casting concrete decks in a wide variety of applications. Lightweight and easy to use, the system comprises just 3 main components and can be erected and dismantled by a team of two operatives without the need for special tools, making it the least labor intensive systems on the market. With all erection and dismantling undertaken from beneath the deck itself, the Titan HV panel minimizes requirements for working at height and makes a major contribution to site safety.
Hughes Landing Parking Garage
Location: Houston, TX
Scope: 30,000 SF of Titan HV equipment and two floors of re shore were provided for this concrete parking garage. The parking garage beams were made into tables and cycled in units from placement to placement. The interior decks were constructed using conventional Titan HV equipment.
9 on Canal
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Scope: 30,000 SF of the Titan HV System with two floors of re-shore equipment for this nine story concrete structure located in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The perimeter shoring for this structure was fabricated with traditional Titan HV equipment. And framed together with the Titan Ledger Frame which allowed the perimeter shoring to flow from floor to floor in table sections that were 12’ deep x 20’ wide.
151 Maiden Lane
Location: New York, New York
Scope: 30,000 SF of the Titan HV System was used to form two floors of wet deck on this 140,000 SF project. This structure rises 35’ stories in the heart of the financial districts east side. In addition to the wet deck, three floors of re-shore equipment was supplied utilizing our market leading quick release steel prop.
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Scope: 80,000 SF of the Titan HV System was purchased in order to supply various wet decks on this landmark project located at the intersection of Santa Monica and Wilshire in the heart of Beverly Hills. The completed structure comprises of 207,000 SF of hotel and residential space located on 15 levels.
Tutwiler Parking Garage
Location: Tuscaloosa, AL
Scope: 40,000 SF of the Titan HV System was supplied in order to form the decks of this parking garage. This 7 level parking garage was built on the University of Alabama campus successfully using the Patented Fixed Beam Head, which allows beams and slabs to be formed utilizing a single post shore to support multiple stringer elevations.
Titan HV Panel System
The Titan HV Panel System provides a rapid, versatile and efficient means of casting concrete decks in a wide variety of applications. Lightweight and easy to use, the system comprises just 3 main components and can be erected and dismantled by a team of two operatives without the need for special tools, making it the least labor intensive systems on the market. With all erection and dismantling undertaken from beneath the deck itself, the Titan HV Panel System panel minimizes requirements for working at height and makes a major contribution to site safety.
505 West 43rd Street
Location: New York, New York
Scope: 30,000 SF of the HV Panel Deck System was used to form the interior of the footprint. The HV Aluminum Leg, ledger frames and H20 Stringers were used to form perimeter support. This 210,000 SF project comprises of two 16 story residential towers constructed over active Amtrak train tracks in Manhattan.