A tower with a unique water feature was built in the newly redeveloped Lansdowne Park. A combination of foam moulds and foam blockouts were used to create the water channel at the base of the structure.
Foam formwork was used to create these cast in place bollards in Ottawa, Ontario. Timing was an issue for this project so individual foam moulds were an efficient and cost effective method to cast the bollards.
In late 2013 we were contacted by O’Leary’s of Ottawa to design forms for cast in place concrete benches at the new Lansdowne Urban Park. Much of the concrete work was done during the winter months under a tight schedule.
In 2011 the construction of the Hunt Club Pedestrian Walkway overpass in Ottawa presented Louis Bray Construction with a special set of forming challenges. The combination of curved and inclined surfaces made it difficult to use traditional forming methods.
A rockwall design was a feature at the underground station as part of the Vaughan subway extension. Hundreds of foam triangles were meticulously put together to serve as formwork for this concrete wall.