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Brayton Point Cooling Tower

United States of America

Two cooling towers with their bottom shell cross-sections measuring 113m were the focus of the Brayton Point Power Station project. These cooling towers tapered to approx. 68m around the middle. 114 climbing units of the Doka cooling tower formwork system SK175 were used for each cooling tower. It took 97 pouring sections to reach a shell height of 142.00m.

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Project data

Year of completion
2010
Project duration
15 Months
Country
United States of America
Contractors
Kiewit Construction, Inc.
Structure
Thermal power station
Type of structure
Industrial structures

Cooling tower

Construction method
Curved/round
Structure height
151 m
Height of casting sections
1.5 m
Number of casting sections
97
Cycle time
1 -day cycle
Form-tie pattern
Stipulated by architect