Heavy-duty, self-spanning forming system >
    Ideal for bridge, stadium, marine, power plant, and high-rise concrete construction

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    Heavy-duty adjustable radius forming system >
    Can adjust to any radius without additional pieces, parts or angles

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    The complete lightweight forming system >
    Reduce your crane size and costs while increasing productivity

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  • E-Z DECK
    Decking and shoring system >
    Made with engineered efficiency, simple mechanics, and amazing flexibility

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    Multi-purpose handset shoring system >
    Single-post handset shoring system for elevated poured-in-place concrete slabs

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Another New Forming Solution From EFCO

 New scaffolding accessories utilizing EFCO E-BEAMs

scaffold brackets

EFCO is pleased to announce a new line of accessories for scaffold and guard rail supports. The new accessories are designed for EFCO E-BEAM® and plywood scaffold.

There are several advantages when using EFCO E-BEAMs and plywood in place of scaffold planks. When using EFCO E-BEAMs, supports may be extended beyond 8' (2400 mm) and, in some applications, up to 12' (3600 mm). Also, EFCO E-BEAMs can be cantilevered to build scaffolding around outside corners.

Multi-Level Expressway Formed with EFCO

self-spanning formwork

The LBJ Express is a $2.7B reconstruction of the heaviest traveled corridor in North Texas and the third most congested section of roadway in all of Texas.

Approximately 4,600 yds3 of concrete was placed using EFCO supplied round column formwork and PLATE GIRDER®.

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EFCO Forming, Decking, and Shoring Systems

FORM MARKS Magazine »
From cover to cover you'll find concrete construction projects from all over the world using EFCO concrete formwork systems.
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handset concrete forming & shoring

No Crane? No Problem.
Learn how EFCO's handset concrete forming and shoring systems can achieve high rates of productivity at: