About the Customer

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Company: Fly & Form Structures

Location: Nashville, Tennessee

Project Overview

  • 3 phases
  • Each phase consisted of four pours per floor
  • 160,000 ft² (14,860 m²) total footprint was excavated from Tennessee bedrock

Project Requirements

  • 3,000 parking spaces
  • Garage required the slab-on-grade be poured last, meaning the 18′ (5.5 m) tall, first level, the elevated slab had to be set up and cycled on an irregular surface

Formwork Used

Cunningham Parking Garage System®

Customer Benefits

  • One system needed to cover the entire job with varying beam depths and beam widths
  • Three-piece beam form unit is adjustable in height and width with a built-in radius steel chamfer
  • Ledger beam bracket bolts in different configurations to allow varying depths joists from 6 1/2″ E-BEAM® to 20″ truss joists
  • 22 kip swivel base jack allowed the system to work on all normal slopes typically found in parking garages

Once the system was together on a typical floor, the manpower needed to form and then cycle was much less than any other system I have used in the past.

– Jimmy Whitley, Project Superintendent

1614 Terminal Parking Garage - Nashville International Airport - Nashville, Tennessee
1614 Terminal Parking Garage - Nashville International Airport - Nashville, Tennessee
1614 Terminal Parking Garage - Nashville International Airport - Nashville, Tennessee
1614 Terminal Parking Garage - Nashville International Airport - Nashville, Tennessee
1614 Terminal Parking Garage - Nashville International Airport - Nashville, Tennessee
1614 Terminal Parking Garage - Nashville International Airport - Nashville, Tennessee
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