You see, each building design is unique, with engineered specifications in steel , mesh sizes ,steel layering and panel thickness varying for each project it is not possible to do a quote without this relevant information.
No, Drawings do not show that the engineering requirements of the building will be.
E.G. : Thickness of panels. Steel and Reinforcing requirements.
Each plan has to be specific to tilt lift panel construction.
No. once again, specific construction requirements are applied to different methods of building.
Absolutely. The buildings are erected quickly and efficiently are less labour intensive, can be built to boundaries so more land is utilized, fire rating and insulation is achieved more readily and the larger the building the more costs effective tilt panels construction becomes
When planning a Tilt - Lift job, access is the biggest issue as there needs to be enough ground for panels to be poured and cranes to move safely to lift the panels , considerations also need to be made in some instances because of neighbors and overhead power lines and safety in general
If damage occurs to the building, E.G. : By Forklift etc. The damage is localized and is usually easy to repair. As well because tilt buildings are modular in design they are easy to expand.