Non-residential buildings will also benefit from Haitsma Beton. We will supply any supporting structures, such as beams, columns, and TT plates for, among others, hospitals, parking garages, schools, student accommodation, and office buildings. Our focus lies on large, heavy and/or prestressed concrete elements.
TT plates are prestressed and therefore have a relatively low weight and are able to absorb relatively high loads. Thanks to these slim and particularly strong elements, the room above ceilings can be limited. Between the ribs of the TT plates, there is room for various types of pipes and cables required by a hospital, including airconditioning and rainwater-discharge systems. The flange with compression layer is easily provided with recesses and cast-in facilities. In addition, many provisions may be included in floors, such as anchor rails, lead-through recesses of any size, electricity ducts, rainwater discharge systems, etc. to further increase the building speed.
Thanks to its strength, the TT can handle a non-supported span of between 7 and 25 m, depending on the height. The TT will allow you to realise a high building speed. As a result, you will not need the extensive support structures normally seen on building sites. Please feel free to contact us about the possibilities.
We will be happy to help you come up with the ideal solution.
Haitsma Beton has manufactured 667 precast cells for Consortium Pi2, a joint project of Ballast Nedam and Royal Imtech, who are building ‘Zaandam’. The major part of this project includes cells accommodating more than one person. Each cell is a self-contained unit with a floor, walls, and a ceiling. It will be delivered as a shell construction on location, after which cables, pipelines and sanitary fittings etc. are installed.
This type of system construction means minimum tolerances and places high demands on the 3D engineering and on the production. For the latter, special moulds are used. Floors, roofs and sanitary partitions are poured separately. After that, the walls are cast onto the floor. Each module has six walls. After the casing has been removed, the cavity walls are installed, the roof is fitted, and the joints are finished. On location, the shell construction is provided with electrics and floor heating, a sprinkler and security provisions and door/windows.