Our flatbed manufacturing enables constant supervision by our quality control division over the production process and its products
The manufacture of the elements at the Cebus Rimon plant in a flatbed layout provides a clear and exclusive advantage as far as quality control is concerned. In Cebus Rimon’s industrialized method, we allocate professional resources and expert professional personnel for the sole purpose of overseeing and monitoring the quality of execution and work, in accordance with the strictest standards – to which the plant is committed.
Significant shortening of the schedule for execution of the concrete construction, by simultaneously manufacturing the elements for all floors of the building during the execution of the building foundations
More architects and enterprise architects see industrialized construction as today’s preferred method, both in terms of construction quality and speed of construction. This method, the most preferred in the western world, uses relatively little manpower in comparison with the various traditional and partially industrialized methods.
These methods, which rely on large quantities of cheap and simple manpower, delay the phase of construction of the building’s frame, also known by its nickname – the “wet works” phase.
Advanced construction with the industrialized method ensures a consistent and reliable pace of progress in the phases of frame construction
The industrialized method neutralizes the dependency on enlisting skilled and unskilled manpower, which is without a doubt one of the central problems in the construction sector that cause missed deadlines, difficulties in meeting budget, and sometimes even large losses due to the lack of manpower.
This dependency, which exists in the other construction methods, also has an indirect effect on the quality of execution, and represents a main factor in losses for construction companies and the Israeli economy.
Industrialized construction significantly reduces the quantity of wet works and castings in construction – to a level of only 30% – and makes construction greener and friendlier to the environment
The industrialized method has significant advantages for protecting the environment:
- Most wet works are coordinated under the control of the plant. This allows greater control over all construction waste, which in the end is moved to authorized recycling and disposal sites.
- Complete control over sorting of general waste and removal to recycling.
- Reduction of truck sizes and traffic of cement mixers, pumping trucks, and transport of various kinds of building materials to all the construction sites throughout the country. Cement production in the industrialized method takes place only on the grounds of the plant, and conveyance of the cement is executed within the plant. All the other raw materials are transported to the plant grounds, an advantage that saves fuel, air pollution, and transport times.