falsework


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falsework

(ˈfɔːlsˌwɜːk)
n
(Building) a framework supporting something under construction
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That exclusion would not defeat coverage initially granted for such things as the cost of erecting scaffolding, for "temporary buildings," and for such other things as "formwork, falsework, shoring, and fences," which are not "tools" within the meaning of the exclusion.
Liverpool-based Formwork Direct International provides construction companies with a full formwork and falsework and scaffolding services, supplying and hiring out equipment used to mould and set concrete foundations and all concrete walls and slabs alike.
Among the more noticeable changes were the installation of the cable clamps and suspender ropes, load transfer to the cable, and removal of the falsework.
The steel spider frames and tubes were fabricated in China and erected by crane with supporting falsework.
To mould these structures, temporary scaffolding and formwork or falsework was built in the future shape of the structure.
This is because they comprise complex concrete structures requiring extensive technical design competence and years of airport falsework project experience.
This ranges from earth moving plant, modular falsework and formwork systems to concrete, pumping equipment and tower/mobile cranes.
Historically, a falsework is a temporary form used during construction to support new architecture.
Coverage includes the latest advances in materials (constituents, design of mixtures, special applications); reinforced concrete construction (long-term effects such as creep and shrinkage, loading effects, formwork and falsework proportioning, automation); specialized construction (e.
The workers then began to tear down the falsework and lay heavy planks for the decking.
The latter technique is characterised by minimising the use of falsework.