by Designed Equipment
Shoring is a temporary structure that serves to transfer loads. They support or transfer loads during the construction, maintenance, or demolition of structural works. Shoring is typically designed around the load needed to support. The shoring ban uses standard frames, post shores, or heavy-duty shoring frames; the application drives the equipment needs. Let DEC help you decide your needs with our in-house engineering department.
Shoring is the process of temporarily supporting a building, vessel, structure, or trench with shores when in danger of collapse or during repairs or alterations. Shoring, just like anything in scaffolding work, can be sliced a million ways. DEC can help you understand your shoring jobs. We have extensive experience in shoring Chicago structures. From standard shoring posts and shoring frames to shoring mast climbers on cantilevers or overworking roadways, we can design a system that meets your shoring load requirements.