Cast in Place Concrete Information

Cast-In-Place (CIP) concrete is a building construction method where locally supplied ready mix concrete, steel reinforcement and formwork are delivered to the construction site and fabrication of concrete elements takes place on location.

Some advances in concrete production include the use of industrial waste products such as fly ash, slag and silica fume as cement substitutes to enhance the durability and sustainability of concrete. Poured-in-place and in situ are some other terms used to refer to Cast-In-Place Concrete.

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