Shoring and Wall Bracing Engineering
There are many reasons why a wall may require an engineered bracing plan. During construction, walls are potentially unstable before the installation of the joists or top slab. During selective demolition, any lateral supporting members that are removed must be replaced temporarily if the walls they are supporting are to remain in place. Service Scaffold Company Inc provides clients with an accurate wall bracing engineered design no matter the circumstance of the project.
Our Collection of Shoring Solutions
Service Scaffold Company Inc team of shoring engineers provides turnkey structural shoring design and installation. For demolition, structural shoring typically entails towers to support girders vertically, and lateral bracing between girders or trusses to allow for rigging. For new construction, Service Scaffold Company Inc provides shoring towers to stabilize long and/or cantilevered girders prior to final splicing and concrete deck installation. Buildings also regularly require structural shoring for support during the demo, construction, and renovation projects. During demolition, structures are weakened as girders, beams, joists, and columns are removed. Service Scaffold Company Inc provides engineering of temporary support for removed structural members to facilitate the safe removal of the supporting members.
Wall Bracing Solutions
For construction, structural shoring is required to support partially constructed walls as well as structural floors to allow the movement of heavy equipment. Renovation of buildings often requires partial deconstruction of the structure including walls, floors, and masonry. Service Scaffold Company Inc provides shoring designs to support the remaining portion of the structure including façade retention, slab shoring, and wall stabilization.
- Adjustable Horizontal Shores
- Adjustable Steel Post Shores
- Adjustable Timber Jacks