Calder Stewart approached Inforce to put together a jointless floor design for this Mainfreight build.
With significant forklift movements, removing saw cuts was critical in ensuring longevity and providing a maintenance-free floor.
The design features up to 30m panels intersected with armoured jointing, providing this facility with a fit-for-purpose build and delivering an excellent outcome for all involved.VIEW PROJECT
Bidfood is a leading provider of food services, delivering to over 38,000 food service operators throughout Australia. This means that the business requires facilities that can stand up to a high number of truck movements every day. The construction company on this new build in South Australia looked to iNFORCE to provide a structurally superior slab for the large quantities of heavy vehicle movements. We were also able to deliver significant cost savings by replacing the mesh, resulting in a stronger slab and faster construction compared to a conventionally reinforced mesh design.VIEW PROJECT
The Ibex developer approached iNFORCE to provide a fit-for-purpose design for this stunning-looking new warehouse and office complex in the fast-growing Tauriko business park in Tauranga.
iNFORCE was asked to review an existing conventionally reinforced floor in another building of theirs where the failed joints and structural cracking had caused significant disruption to their operations through maintenance and equipment damage. iNFORCE provided a floor design that could almost completely eliminate disruptive maintenance. This was achieved by removing all saw cuts in the floor and armouring the control joints with the state-of-the-art Wave joint to create a large clear area for the company’s materials handling equipment.
iNFORCE is involved in this new NIWA development which will become the first of its kind King Fish breeding operation in the Southern Hemisphere.
Our team are pleased to be brought into this project to provide the design and optimisation of the concrete slab and roadways.VIEW PROJECT
Our team at iNFORCE worked with the builder to provide a slab design for this new facility in Palmerston North.
With some unique load cases, this project is a classic example of our team being able to provide a design that was optimised to suit the needs of the client.VIEW PROJECT
The team at iNFORCE worked with Project Managers CPS to provide the client with an optimised foundation design. Our design provided speed and efficiency on site, along with removing challenges they had with the supply of some materials. We were able to reduce the amount of steel required from the initial design, resulting in cost reductions and a simplified project process.VIEW PROJECT
A heavy-duty slab with high wear requires a pavement design that is fit for purpose.
The design team at iNFORCE worked with the project engineer to provide a jointless external pavement design that was capable of supporting the client’s CVS Ferrari F500.RS2 Reach Stacker with a tare weight of 71,500kg and a lifting weight of 45,000kg.VIEW PROJECT
The iNFORCE team supported the project engineer for this new cool store extension, ensuring Golden Bay Fruit received an optimal slab design solution.
The design criteria was simple: meet the load cases as per the specification and minimise joints.
After consultation with the project team, we put together a design that would remove sawn joints. Where joints were required, we specified Permaban Wave: an innovative and robust jointing system that would protect the joints, particularly in high traffic areas.VIEW PROJECT
The team at iNFORCE was pleased to engage with our client in Western Australia to design and optimise the floor of their purpose-built transportable homes factory. Through utilizing the benefits of a steel fibre reinforcement, the client was able to remove the traditional steel mesh reinforcing, speeding up their construction times while increasing the load bearing capacity and durability of the floor.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce provided slab design for the external pavement slabs for this Apparelmaster project in Tauriko, TaurangaVIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with CPB, NZTA and WSP to design, provide specification and onsite support for the Shared User Paths around Auckland and the Southern Motorway development. We removed all steel reinforcement and replaced with Inforce structural synthetic fibre.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce steel fibre designed warehouse floor with a highly burnished finish.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with W&W Construction to deliver this awesome new facility for Placemakers Levin using steel fibres in both internal and external slabs.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Coresteel buildings to design a hard wearing and durable floor slab for this Ballance Fertilizer shed in Dannivirke.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Humphries Construction to design the warehouse floor, polished showroom area and an extensive yard slab for Norwood Palmerston North.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Gibbon Construction and Coman Construction to deliver this warehouse and workshop facility utilizing steel fibre reinforcing to create large jointless floor panels (no sawcuts) to minimize long term damage on joints.VIEW PROJECT
The Wight Aluminium project, a commercial aluminium joinery & facade business located in Wanganui, was completed by Euroclass Design and Build. The new premises makes use of our iNFORCE Permaforce 38 steel fibre which offers a very durable and crack resistant slab, with exceptional load bearing capabilities to suit the commercial nature of the companies operations. Permaforce 38 performs very well under traffic loads, with Wight’s seeing large vehicles loading heavy materials and products in and out of the facility on a daily basis.VIEW PROJECT
We worked with Tuatara structures and CJ Industries to deliver over 5500m2 of Packhouse and Coolstore for Thomas Brothers Orchards in Riwaka. The coolstore concrete slab features our Permaforce® steel fibre reinforcement for superior durability, crack resistance and load bearing ability.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Higgins Concrete and MRB Building to design and deliver over 15,000m2 of heavy duty exterior log yard pavement using steel fibre reinforcing to replace steel mesh.
iNFORCE worked with Euroclass and RGC to deliver this canopy slab using Permaforce steel fibre replacing steel mesh reinforcing. See more on this fibre here: https://www.inforceglobal.com/inforce-products/fibres/steel-fibres-for-concrete/VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE Permaforce steel fibre is the secret weapon behind Higgins Concrete’s work to deliver this 5000m2 high traffic yard and driveway slabs in Palmerston North. Using Permaforce steel fibres to replace steel mesh reinforcing meant a faster job with a better, higher performance result.VIEW PROJECT
A Permaforce steel fibre concrete slab was utilised to reinforce the floor throughout the warehouse, dispatch, and processing areas of this modern facility that handles extreme loading weights from product inventory, but is also subject to intense loads from heavy vehicle movements across the slab.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce working with Markham Global to reduce plastic shrinkage cracking and increase waterproofing in this Wellington Airport Multilevel Carpark for Fletcher Construction. Using Microforce a Poly Monofilament Fibre.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Allied and Permapine Taupo to provide the slab design and fibre for this busy, hard working slab, removing the need to use steel mesh reinforcingVIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE were proud to be engaged by Coman Construction to provide fibre slab design on this iconic new building in Nelson for Pics Peanut Butter.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Firth Hamilton to deliver this non corrosive fibre concrete feed pad for their rural client using Radforce structural synthetic fibre as a replacement to steel mesh reinforcing – which can end up corroding under the harsh environments that rural yards and buildings are subject to on a daily basis.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Russell Gordon Contracting to deliver this Waste Management Plant yard in Wiri using Permaforce steel fibre to replace steel mesh. The slab was designed using steel fibre to handle high truck traffic, heavy loader movements and movement of waste bins along with supporting fixed plant.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE assisted in the slab design of this 5500m2 warehouse slab using Permaforce steel fibre, reinforcing the concrete floor slab throughout the warehouse and dispatch areas of this purpose designed, world-class facility.
Permaforce fibre was used to replace steel mesh in the floor panels creating large panels with no saw cuts.VIEW PROJECT
Fletcher South Pacific used K-Form K135 in the this major port redevelopment in Port Villa Vanuatu. By utilizing K-Form as a construction joint and screed rail, they were able to undertake large continuous pours, providing simplification and speed in the concrete foundation slabs.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Marra Construction and Firth Concrete using Radforce structural synthetic fibre as a replacement for steel mesh reinforcing in the concrete yard slab of this Placemakers buildingVIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with HML Engineering and The Metal Company Ltd to complete this new warehouse and office building.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Allied Cambridge and Aztech Farm Buildings to deliver the driveway and yard slabs for this new build.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Allied Engineering Developments on this new warehouse project using Proforce hook-end fibres in the floor slabs to replace steel mesh reinforcing.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Statesman Projects and Allied Concrete to deliver this new warehouse facility in Mangere, Auckland. Radforce structural stynthetic fibre was used in this project to replace steel mesh reinforcing.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Euroclass RSH to deliver this impressive warehouse and office complex in the Stone Hill Business Park in Wiri Auckland. Permaforce steel fibre was used in the office driveway, parking spaces and warehouse canopy slabs.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Allied Concrete to deliver the Napier Cycle way using Inforce UltraFiber500 (rebranded from Buckeye Fibre)to mitigate plastic shrinkage cracking and add additional impact resistance.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Coresteel Building and Allied Concrete on this new Mainfreight building in Taupo. Radforce structural synthetic fibre was used to replace steel mesh reinforcing in the yard slabsVIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE helped to deliver this Ravensdown Fertiliser Store utilising Permaforce steel reinforcing fibre. Permaforce fibre was used to replace the steel mesh reinforcement in the concrete floor slabs in this high impact and high wear storage shed situation.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Southbase construction on this iconic project in central Christchurch using K-Form K135 in the foundations.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Flex Group using K-Form to speed up the construction of ‘Right of Ways’ in new Auckland residential subdivisions.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Natural Born Builders to deliver this feedlot for Incline Farms using Radforce fibres removing the need to use steel mesh reinforcing.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Stead Construction on this Bridge Street Napier Car park, constructing topping slabs over worn existing slabs to create falls using Microforce poly monofilament fibreVIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with various concrete plants to deliver various walkway and cycleways in Hawkes Bay using Inforce UltraFiber500 to mitigate plastic shrinkage cracking and increase impact resistance in these concrete pathways.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Russell Black to deliver what has been described as the largest robotic dairy barn in the world. This 16,000m2 internal dairy shed, with the ability to house up to 1500 cows, used Microforce fibre in the slab and Radforce synthetic fibre in the external slabs.
Microforce was used to increase impact resistance and control plastic shrinkage in the internal slabs. Radforce was used in the external slabs to replace steel mesh.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Firth Certified Concrete and The Concrete People on this CB Norwoods yard slab using Radforce structural synthetic fibre as an alternative to steel wire mesh.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with May Concrete Placing to deliver this Lake Taupo boat ramp using Radforce 47SSF fibre reinforcement as an alternative to a single layer of wire mesh in this 200mm concrete slabVIEW PROJECT
We worked with AMC Concrete to achieve durability and longevity above and beyond what’s achievable with steel mesh in these steep and complex concrete pours using Radforce structural synthetic fibre reinforcement.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Naylor Love as part of an integral concrete waterproofing system on these suspended car park decks at the Silverdale Retail Center. Microforce fibre was used in conjunction with the waterproof system to mitigate drying shrinkage cracking.VIEW PROJECT
We partnered with John Fillmore Contracting and City Care to install K-Form in this iconic project. K-Form was used to speed the project up by removing the need to use conventional ‘hit and miss’ boxing. By setting up the entire area with K-Form they were able to pour in one go.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Christchurch Ready Mix to deliver the Precinct in Christchurch City using Permaforce steel fibre.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with EuroClass RSH to deliver this fibre reinforced container yard slab using Permaforce, a steel fibre to replace mesh. Permaforce fibre provides higher abrasion resistance, higher impact resistance and full slab depth reinforcement as opposed to steel mesh meaning this was a perfect option this hard wearing container slab.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE concrete slab design at this Produce Storage in Matamata using Radforce a structural synthetic reinforcing fibre and Microforce poly monofilament fibre. We designed 25m x 25m pours with no saw cuts giving significant program and maintenance savings over conventional mesh slab design. Radforce was used as a structural element in the concrete slab as an alternative to steel mesh while Microforce poly fibre used to control plastic shrinkage cracking.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Kerr Construction and Allied Concrete to deliver this Placemakers concrete yard slab in Whangarei using Radforce structural synthetic reinforcing fibre.VIEW PROJECT
We worked with Livingstone Builders and On-Site Readymix Concrete on this Agrowquip John Deere external concrete yard slab using Radforce structural synthetic fibre as an alternative to steel wire mesh reinforcement.VIEW PROJECT
Contrax utilised our K-Form product across the full scope of their work in the Wynyard Quarter, speeding up placement times and reducing cracking.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Euroclass Auckland to deliver a heavy duty yard and container slab for TyreMax Auckland using Permaforce steel fibre, replacing steel mesh to speed the construction time up and achieve a stronger slab with higher impact resistance while providing crack resistance.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Russell Roads to install K-Form in the redevelopment of Marine Parade in Napier. Along with K-Form we supplied dowels (with heat shrunk sleeves) to complete the package.VIEW PROJECT
Radforce structural synthetic fibre replaced mesh in 50mm thermal mass cladding panel in this coastal new home build to eliminate corrosion potential.VIEW PROJECT
Precast Soak Hole Liners or Well Liners using Proforce Polystrand Fibre to increase the tensile strength, impact resistance and ductility of the concreteVIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with McMillan & Lockwood Group to in delivering this 30,000m2 Ezibuy distribution center in Palmerston North.
Permaforce steel fibre was used to reinforce the 6,000m2 container yard and driveways as an alternative to steel mesh in order to achieve a stronger and more durable concrete slab.VIEW PROJECT
INFORCE worked with Naylor Love, producing a jointless fibre reinforced slab design for this South Island Seeds building using Permaforce Steel Fibre.
This project is a 100x50m un-restrained slab, and concrete reinforced with Permaforce steel fibre (no steel mesh reinforcing). This slab is divided into 33x25m pours interconnected with steel armored joints.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Euroclass RSH to deliver this modern facility in the Stonehill Business Park in Auckland using Permaforce steel fibre, replacing steel mesh in the external yard and driveway slabs.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Guyco Construction delivering feed pads and other rural construction projects using Radforce reinforcing fibre as an alternative to steel mesh reinforcing. As Radforce is a structural synthetic fibre, there is no corrosion potential or risk of harming and damaging livestock feet.VIEW PROJECT
We worked with Tony Boyce Builders and Allied Concrete on this Temuka Saleyard 200mm slab using Inforce UltraFiber500 fibre to mitigate plastic shrinkage cracking in the concrete slab.VIEW PROJECT
INFORCE worked with Harrison Greirson and their contractors in this substantial Fletcher Living central Auckland housing development. K-Form and galvanised dowels with heat shrunk sleeves made thier job easier.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE utilised Radforce structural synthetic fibre in the external slab design of this modern Tui Garden Products building. Radforce fiber reinforcing was used to replace steel mesh in the concrete yard slab and driveways in this project.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE helped deliver this high traffic freight yard replacing steel mesh reinforcing with Radforce, a structural synthetic fibre.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Zircon to deliver the concrete yard and driveway slabs using K-Form K135 as construction joint and screed rail system.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE helped to complete this project using Radforce, structural synthetic fibre to replace steel mesh in the yard slab, driveways and footpaths.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Euroclass to deliver this warehouse and office complex. K-Form and Steel Fibre was used in the concrete yard slab increasing speed of construction and delivering a stronger and more achieving a more durable concrete slab.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with Euroclass Auckland to deliver this heavy duty concrete yard and container slab for AHM Auckland using Radforce structural synthetic fibre reinforcement, replacing steel mesh to speed the construction time up and achieve a stronger slab with higher impact resistance while providing crack resistance.VIEW PROJECT
Presto Group utilising Radforce structural synthetic fibre in precast troughs.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Supacrete to deliver this heavy duty recycling yard in Tauranga using Permaforce steel fibre.VIEW PROJECT
Inforce worked with May Concrete Placers and Allied Concrete to complete the yard slabs of this new build in Taupo.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with Wells Building and Allied Ready-mix to design a fibre reinforced concrete slab for over 25,000m2 of chicken sheds. Not only did the addition of fibre reinforcement (to replace steel mesh) save enormous amounts of time, it also produced a stronger, more durable and crack free slab.
KForm construction joints were also used in the design to speed up and provide better construction joints in the floor slabs.VIEW PROJECT
iNFORCE worked with John Fillmore Contracting Auckland (JFC) to help deliver the Mt Albert central upgrade using K-Form K85 in the footpaths and other works. Speed and accuracy of placement was paramount as this was an active site with trading retail stores so the ability to set the K-Form up and pour consecutive bays in one go was critical to helping keep the project moving.VIEW PROJECT