What is Tilt-Up Construction?
Versatile, Resilient, & Efficient
Northern Heights Baptist Church - Norfolk, NE
Tilt-Up Is Too Practical To Ignore
According to Concrete Construction magazine, commercial buildings using Tilt-Up construction first appeared in the early 1900s. The method became popular in the boom years after World War II, when a labor shortage placed a premium on economical construction methods. Over 650 million square feet of Tilt-Up buildings go up every year.
Each Project Is Unique
Cost, aesthetics, and time schedules can often influence a tilt-up solution. There is no one sector best suited for Tilt-Up construction. While most commonly used for large-scale warehouses and distribution centers, it can be used for any type of building. Tilt-up construction becomes more cost-effective compared to other methods as building scales increase. Economies of scale can make an alternative more efficient.
One-Two Punch Deliver Quickly & Economically
Tilt-Up construction combines the strength and durability of reinforced concrete with the precision and efficiency of the Design-Build methodology.
- Fast Track Delivery
- Cost Containment
- Lower Operating Costs
- Architectural Versatility
All Projects Emerge from Our Design-Build Philosophy
We combine that philosophy with advanced technologies and decades of experience to shave critical days and hours off the construction process. Is Tilt-Up the answer for your next construction project? Call us today to see if it’s the right solution for you!
Check out a few of our past Tilt-Up projects that we’ve completed!
Frist State Bank Nebraska – 2 Story
Tilt-Up – Lincoln, NE
Hamilton Telecommunications – 2 Story
Basement/Main Floor – Aurora, NE
Garner Industries – Original &
Addition – Lincoln, NE
48Rock – Ayars & Ayars, Inc. Office
Penner Sports Complex – Indoor
Training Facility – Aurora, NE
Thayer Central Community School
Addition – Hebron, NE