Solid construction (monolith) is one of the most popular and effective directions for construction. The technology of monolithic construction is the preparation and delivery of concrete (M200-400 marks), preparing various types of formwork, reinforcement devices and proper concrete placement for the erection of any structural elements. When creating a concrete unit on site the process of monolithic construction is simplified and accelerated.

Thus, when constructing a monolithic building technique used a single casing for the entire floor. It provides the perfect flatness of surfaces at home - they are ready for any finish.

The technology is effectively used as a monolith in the housing and in the construction industry.
The advantages of monolithic construction 

  • High speed construction of buildings and structures;
  • High strength and toughness of monolithic reinforced frame structures;
  • Low permeability;
  • Monolithic construction provides a virtually "seamless" design;
  • Durability (more than 150 years);
  • Increased thermal insulation and sound insulation (especially in comparison with panel houses);
  • a minimum probability of formation of cracks in load-bearing monolithic structures (uniform load transfer and settlement of the assembly);
  • The ability to create architectural structures of any shape;
  • Any possibility of alterations in monolithic homes without risk of bearing structures;
  • Step designs in solid construction does not matter;
  • Solid brick building is easier to 15-20%;
  • Walls and ceilings ready for finishing (cheaper finishing);
  • the construction of the monolith creates a single horizontal and vertical waterproofing of high quality, which is especially important in damp soils;
  • cost of erection of formwork and monolithic structures.

This technology is a monolithic casting is recommended during construction of:

  • Warehousing;
  • Manufacturing and industrial buildings;
  • Trade and exhibition centers;
  • Multi-storey car parks, garages, car repair;
  • Cargo terminals and aircraft hangars;
  • Low-rise and high-rise residential buildings;
  • Reservoirs, treatment plants;
  • Swimming pools;
  • Monolithic country houses, cottages;
  • Foundations;
  • Fences, etc.