I wonder if we'll get a similar couple days where they do the steel for the next level all at once as well.
In my limited understanding of how this works is that with office buildings that use steel, the steel structure is worked on first, with the concrete encasing following behind it. I think that's what is going on here above grade.I wonder if we'll get a similar couple days where they do the steel for the next level all at once as well.
The angle irons supporting the forms only support the weight of the forms regardless of whether concrete is poured or not. Based on the height of the form you would be looking at a pressure of about 20 psi at the base reducing linearly to 0 at the top of the form.that next pour is like 100,000 lbs of cement, crazy the form can hold it.