This innovative construction approach incorporates the higher level of quality and efficiency provided by a specialized factory manufacturing environment, which reduces labor costs and scheduling needs. Also a higher level of jobsite safety is provided through the elimination of the fall hazards inherent in vertical concrete formwork construction methods.
All-steel form system constructed with optional vertical and horizontal structural elements designed to support construction loads after placed concrete cures. Structurally equivalent to traditional CIP concrete walls of equal thickness.
This adjustable nut and bolt system ensures that the first module is level before stacking subsequent modules and placing concrete — saving time and money.
Optional connections for framing each level can be preinstalled at the factory to save time. Each stack would provide the tools necessary to access the upper floor, start construction, and place concrete as you go. Modules go up with floor framing and do not require stripping. Cores are compatible with steel, concrete and wood framing.
Provides safer, earlier, and more efficient builder trade access to floors, and enhances flexibility of construction sequence scheduling.
Factory-built, structurally true cores ensure rapid construction of elevator shafts.
Optional stairs arrive prefabricated inside each module, providing early trade access to the building floors. Optional hand rails can also ship with each module.
Our steel modules are factory built-to-spec with optional load-bearing vertical and horizontal embeds and connections that are pre-installed to ensure structural framing fits firmly and squarely the first time, every time.
Pre-treated galvanized corrugated steel can be left as is.
Drywall, laminate, etc. can easily be affixed to the corrugated steel ridges.
The pre-treated galvanized steel will accept any standard wall finish.
"I would love to see every job go with RediCor."
– Preston Lyons, SNS Iron Works
Time-lapse video showing the time saving advantage of RediCor’s system vs. conventional building methods.
Homewood Suites in Steamboat Springs, Colorado is an 87-room, four-story hotel built using RediCor®
"Using RediCor meant we framed with instead of around the foundation, so the framing was connected quicker."
– Riley Mahaffey, Lochsa Engineering
Demonstrates the RediCor Modular Steel Form System as the faster, cost competitive, safer and higher quality alternative to conventional cast-in-place, pre cast and masonry methods of core construction.
Contains information regarding the specification and design of the RediCor Form System. Includes Standard Specification, Connection Details, and what is required to be provided to RediCor by the Engineer and Architect of Record.
Explains how the RediCor ready-to-set modular steel form system is engineered to simplify and accelerate the construction of reinforced concrete stair and elevator core structures.
CAD Blocks for all standard RediCor wall thicknesses.
The RediCor Standard Details in a Revit View format that can be imported and placed into your Revit model. The download contains files for both Revit 2021 and Revit 2022.
Guidance for installers of the RediCor Form System. This guide must be used in conjunction with RediCor Field Use Drawings for your specific project, because certain installation procedures and limitations vary on a project-by-project basis.
This guide is used to complement the specified inspection requirements from the project Contract Drawings. This guide provides an overview of the RediCor Form System which is specifically geared towards the onsite inspector.
Contains Guide Specification in accordance with the SI Construction Specifications Practice Guide, including Master Format, Section Format and Page Format.
A photo montage of a three story hotel using the RediCor Modular Steel Form System.