This project used one tower crane that cannot completely reach the entire footprint of the building. Additionally, there were sloping slabs and varying slab thickness (some thicknesses up to 26 inches), as well as column dropheads.
Adolfson & Peterson Construction found they needed a handset shoring solution due to the tower crane restraints. Superdek is a handset shoring system that can easily cycle from floor to floor with the drophead feature. With Doka’s bolt-on castor wheels, A&P can move equipment around the entire slab of the active
Although challenging, Superdek was able to tackle the column dropheads and sloping slabs. In addition, Doka was able to work with Adolfson & Peterson Construction to use the equipment they already owned on the thickened slab areas, so the shoring layout was not changed from level to level.