Respan Consult

TECHNOLOGIES

Construction Technologies Mastered by Our Company​

Construction Technologies

Respan is constantly analyzing and studying new construction technologies that can be successfully adopted to Ethiopia.

  • Aluminium formwork

Using pre-fabricated aluminum panels that are assembled on-site to create a mold for pouring concrete into. The panels are lightweight and durable, allowing them to be easily transported and reused multiple times. The resulting concrete structure has a smooth finish and high precision, reducing the need for additional finishing work. This technique is particularly useful for large-scale construction projects that require speed, accuracy, and cost savings.

  • Tunnel formwork

Create reinforced concrete walls and floors for buildings such as residential and commercial towers, hotels, and hospitals. It involves using a series of interconnected steel forms that are assembled and aligned to create a tunnel-like structure.

  • Advanced integrated adjustable formwork

Used in architectural engineering to create complex concrete structures. It involves using a modular formwork system that can be adjusted to the desired shape and size of the concrete structure being built.

  • K-span

commonly used in architectural engineering for the construction of large-scale industrial and commercial structures such as warehouses, factories, airplane hangars, and sports arenas.

  • EPS

Expanded Polystyrene, which is a lightweight, rigid, and durable foam plastic material commonly used in architectural engineering for insulation, packaging, and construction applications.

  • Precast integration

Commonly used in architectural engineering to create buildings and structures using precast concrete components.

  • Post tension and transfer slab integration

A construction technique used in architectural engineering to reinforce concrete structures and improve their performance. Post-tensioning involves the use of high-strength steel cables or tendons that are tensioned after the concrete has been poured and cured.

  • Steel structure

A construction technique used in architectural engineering to create buildings and structures using steel framing systems. Steel structures are known for their strength, durability, and versatility, making them a popular choice for a wide range of construction projects.