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Health & Science Innovation Building

University of Arizona

The HSIB, located on the University of Arizona Health Sciences campus, will be a state-of-the-art education facility with clinical labs, simulation centers and large, medium and small group/team learning areas. The facility will support simulated practice situations and interaction between multidisciplinary teams of students, faculty and health professionals in medicine, nursing, pharmacy and public health.

Challenge:

  • Tie patterns and architectural finishes required.
  • Accelerated engineering and fabrication schedule.
  • Complexity factor: Clarity on architectural form faces using dual layer plywood for outside of walls, back-screwed so that a very clean concrete finish is the result. Single layer plywood utilized on inside of cores.

Solution:
Top 50 used in combination with climbing formwork MF-240 to produce desired fair faced concrete finish on walls.

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Project data

Type of structure
Higher education
Country
Arizona
City
Tucson
Contractors
Kitchell Construction, Baker Concrete Construction

Building data

Structure height
Approx. 100’-0”
Cycle time
Varies, average 1-pour per week

Systems used

Top 50
MF240