Fast Tilt Retaining Walls Construction Event Extended - Register Now

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Choose to Attend Monday February 24th or Tuesday February 25th 2020

SANTEE, Calif. - eTradeWire -- Due to popular demand, Fast Tilt Retaining Wall is extending its construction demonstration event to include both Monday and Tuesday, February 24th & 25th 2020. The firm is accepting registration from engineers, architects, landscape contractors, developers and all other interested parties to see the patented Fast Tilt system in action on an active construction site for Taylor Morrison Homes in Santee, California.

The customized wall currently under construction is 400 ft long and 6 ft wide, and is made to match a nearby decorative sidewalk. The panels are scheduled to be lifted into place over a two-day period. Attendees will have the chance to see firsthand how the Fast Tilt system allows walls to be constructed up to 40% faster than conventional systems. They will also be able to see the unique wall design potential made possible by the horizontal casting system.

Visitors will be able to watch as pre-cast walls are lifted into place with a crane, and will have the opportunity to talk with a Fast Tilt engineer and executives to ask questions and get additional, detailed information about the Fast Tilt Retaining Wall System.

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February 24 & 25, 2020
Location: Taylor Morrison Homes Community, behind 250 Riverview Parkway in Santee, CA
Time: Show up anytime between 8:00am - 2:00pm on either day for a private tour.

You can view the walk through invitation here:

About Fast Tilt Retaining Wall
Fast Tilt Retaining Wall is an award-winning retaining wall system that utilizes tilt-up construction methods to create walls quickly, economically and with unlimited design potential. Fast Tilt walls can be used as soil retention barriers, levees, seawalls, fences, channels or deep foundations.

The Fast Tilt Retaining Wall system cuts construction time by up to 40% over traditional masonry or cast-in-place systems. Walls are constructed horizontally before being lifted into place, allowing for customized finishes including exposed aggregate, polished, stamped and mosaic.

Jo Baumgartner

Source: Fast Tilt Retaining Wall
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