University of Canterbury Strongfloor, New Zealand

University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. A state of the art teaching and research facility for the Civil and Natural Resources Department of the College of Engineering. Students can now conduct modern testing techniques that provide first-hand experience of seismic loadings on structures and soils in real-time and at a realistic scale.

The strong floor consists of a 2m thick raft foundation with cast-in Macalloy inserts/anchor points at 400mm centre spacing horizontally and vertically.

The Strong Wall has a 1.6m thick and 9.2m high post-tensioned L shaped wall, cantilevered from the strong floor foundation also with cast-in Macalloy inserts/anchor points at 400mm centres both horizontally and vertically and in line with the floor inserts.

Vertical wall post tensioning included 48 No Macalloy M36 bars in each wall totalling 100,704kN ultimate capacity and 15 horizontal post tensioned tendons. A total of 3607 bespoke couplers were installed and connected to 1030 grade M36 bars,


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Macalloy is Exhibiting in Turkey...

Along with Intekno our Turkish agents, you can find us at Booth C18 on 3 - 6 October 2018

Visit us at the Road 2 Tunnel Fair in Istanbul.



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Tizi Ouzou Stadium, Algeria

Nearing completion and scheduled to open in early 2019, Tizi Ouzou Stadium in Algeria. Macalloy has supplied M85 Carbon Tie Rods in 520 grade to help support the new stadiums roof.



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Site Services

Macalloy can provide support for installation and stressing of all our products. Site services support includes equipment hire, training of site personnel to install and tension bars and on site installation.

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