O&G Industries constructed an overflow tank to aid New Haven, CT with storm water overflow. The project used an estimated 6,000 ft² of MEVA STB one-sided wall form and the Imperial formwork system. MEVA representative Mike Andrews says: “The support frame STB and Imperial panels withheld their recommended pour rate and exceeded their expectations for one-sided concrete placement.” The project consisted of 27' high walls, dry tie top and short rails used to clamp the STB together.
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MEVA STB 450 offers flexible solution for narrow, inclined rail section: Near the municipality of Gretzenbach, the four-track route branches into two separate lines. Here, the two southern tracks gradually descend and pass below the cantonal road before entering the new Eppenberg Tunnel.
MEVA's StarTec and Radius wall formwork played a starring role in the construction of a 20 m tall, plant-shaped viewing tower, built by the shore of Lake Velence, south-west of Budapest.
The focus of MEVA's first collaboration with Austrian company GLS was nature conservation and the construction of two fish passes on the River Traun.