A large portion of our work includes executing on condos, apartments, hospitals, and parking garages. These types of projects require multiple formwork, reinforcing floor and structural/architectural systems. If you were to see one of these projects live, you would most likely see "flying tables". This means once the concrete has been placed on a floor, a crane pulls out the table and lifts it up to the next level. This can be a dangerous activity and there are specific protocols to follow. Oklahoma City Project Engineer, Tristan Horton shares "flying tables" concrete tips for this month's safety spotlight.
Safety Spotlight: Flying Tables
Categories: Safety Spotlight