IN SITU CONCRETE FLOORS
In situ concrete floors are poured on site into temporary or permanent formwork, supported by walls or beams. They allow for great design flexibility. The internal walls can be positioned anywhere on the floor, irrespective of the room layout below.
COMPOSITE CONCRETE AND STEEL
Composite concrete floors are an increasingly common in situ option. The concrete is poured onto proprietary steel decking, supported by walls or beams, which acts as formwork and partial reinforcement for the floor slab.
PRECAST FLOOR SYSTEMS
Precast floor panels are generally factory cast and lifted into position on site. Supported by beams and walls, they are quick and easy to install. A concrete topping may be required for further reinforcement and to ensure a level finish.