Cast-in-situ or Cast-in-place concrete is a technology of construction of buildings where walls and slabs of the buildings are cast at the site in formwork. This differs from precast concrete technology where slabs are cast elsewhere and then brought to the construction site and assembled.
So here we make use of cast-in-situ
And a form work was made to receive concrete.
Here is the batching of the concrete.
This is the mixing of the concrete material 1:2:4
This is the formwork been casted with concrete.
This is the arrangement of the reinforcement iron bar to receive concrete serving as a retaining wall
This is the making of the reinforcement.
Reinforcement steel, is a steel bar used as a tension device in reinforced concrete and reinforced masonry structures to strengthen and aid the concrete under tension. Concrete is strong under compression, but has low tensile strength.
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