Under pinning is the process of strengthening and/or stabilising a structure using a variety of different solutions, such as beams, props, and mass application of concrete.
Prop construction is the customisation of propping and shoring systems for complex and challenging construction projects.
Pipeline testing checks pipes for leaks, test flow, and to detect other problems. This is done for residential, commercial, and industrial piping systems.
Excavation shoring is a way of reinforcing digs to prevent collapse during construction with easily inserted solutions, such as trench boxes or manhole boxes.
Propping for building and construction projects involves a combination of different tools and techniques to expedite the building process, ensuring perfect results with formwork, and protecting workers.
Trench shoring involves excavation, construction foundations, and utility maintenance. It focuses on bracing the trench walls for support and stability during the project.
Tilt propping uses angled props, called push pull props, with pre-formed concrete panels used in tilt-up construction for commercial and industrial buildings.
The faster formwork can be removed and reused on the next pour, the fastest the entire project can progress. Back propping is the means to properly support new concrete pours while the formwork is removed.
Bracing walls use tilted props that support the wall on one end and are fixed to the ground on the other. There are techniques that can be used with new buildings or older builders, where the walls or exterior façade need to be preserved.
Roof supports are designed to vertically support the roof structure during builds or demolitions by using trishores, acrow props, lintels and beams, or strong boys.
Bridge supports are different types of tools and solutions used to support damaged or incomplete bridges from structural failure.