220 Central Park South is a residential skyscraper currently under construction, being developed by Vornado. It is located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, and is being designed by American architect Robert A. M. Stern.
When completed, the tower will be the tenth tallest building in New York City, slightly shorter than Four World Trade Center.
Doka celebrates how Framax Xlife wall form system boosts efficiency in every day practice.
CJ Mahan Construction Company of Grove City, Ohio, shares their feedback about the Framax Xlife formwork system from Doka.
Ten York is an iconic condominium luxury residence that will soar 735 feet, and will change the Toronto skyline forever. The tower, being constructed by Tridel, wedges alongside Toronto’s major city artery, Gardiner Expressway, which makes Ten York one of the most prominent downtown locations.
DOKA, one of the world’s leading companies for developing, manufacturing and distributing modern formwork systems, has published intelligent 3D components for some of their most popular wall and floor systems in Tekla Warehouse – online content and application ecosystem for Trimble’s Tekla Structures. This development enables Doka’s customers, contractors planning and pouring concrete, to utilize the Tekla Structures Building Information Modeling (BIM) solution to manage formwork information more easily and enable success on-site.
Since 1968, the Gerald Desmond Bridge has been a vital part of U.S. infrastructure, serving as major trade corridor that carries 15 percent of all containerized cargo imported to the United States through the Port of Long Beach, California. A new replacement structure will not only accommodate larger sizes of modern cargo ships, but also improve traffic flow and increase safety.
At bauma 2016, the largest trade show for the building sector worldwide, the international formwork supplier Doka presents itself from an entirely new side. Aside from the new location with increased booth space, visitors find a modern fair concept that is close to builders and buildings: Doka Campus. On a nearly 4,000 m² booth on the open-air area north/west, booth no. FN.420, the formwork experts make one thing very clear: Doka is not only a partner in planning and implementing mega-projects but also a provider of ideal solutions for small and mid-size companies.
Rebuilding at Ground Zero moving full speed ahead; World Trade Center Complex will serve simultaneously as a new landmark and a memorial for New York. Following Towers 2 and 4, Austrian formwork experts’ know-how is required for Tower 3 as well: Doka is providing formwork solutions, engineering design and field supervision to support the construction schedule.
On high-rise construction sites in lively city areas, storage space is often very limited. In addition, as with every construction project, minimizing labor requirements and optimizing material flow are key factors to success.
On a remote location, where a mighty river plunges 15 meters into seething foam, spilling an average of approx. 459,660 gallons per second, Canada’s largest construction project is in progress under extreme thermal conditions. The gigantic project demands an exquisite interplay of smart formwork techniques and clever logistic solutions, an exceptional collaboration between contractor Astaldi Canada and its suppliers as well as a zero tolerance for unsafe conduct and methods on the jobsite. Doka, therefore, supplies all formwork related products and services for the green energy project.