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Company: M.J. Dean Construction Inc.

Project Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

Project Requirements

  • 240′ (73 m) multi-cell cores
  • 22′ (6.7 m) tall basement retaining walls
  • Rectangular and Round walls and columns

Formwork Used

REDI-RADIUS

PLATE GIRDER

EFCO LITE

Round Column

HP 2400

Project Overview

Expected to be the largest spherical building in the world, MSG Sphere at the Venetian began construction in early 2019. When finished, the structure is expected to top out at 366′ (112 m) and will reach 516′ (157 m) at its widest point on Level 6. Once the massive concrete structure has been completed, MSG Sphere will be transformed into one of the most technologically advanced buildings in the world.

 

 

Customer Benefit

  • Self-climbing core form system was necessary to free up crane time and carry the placing boom
  • Hydraulic Climbing System, together with EFCO PLATE GIRDER® wall forms, proved to be the most efficient option and provided the lowest in-place concrete cost
  • 40′ (12.2 m) in height were able to be formed and placed in a single pour
  • Column forms were cycled constantly to match the changing size and height as the building progressed

MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
MSG Sphere
Las Vegas, Nevada
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