Peri, a leading supplier of scaffolding systems around the world, has been selected to provide the climbing formwork for the construction of the Russian Yekaterinburg’s ISET Tower.
Engineers from Peri have developed a scaffolding system built to withstand the Urals’ high winds and the tower’s unique multi-dimensional elevator shafts. The formwork is a modified version of Peri’s ACS 100 climbing unit and is entirely self-climbing. The unit will feature a suspended TRIO panel and working platforms at every level.
The ISET Tower is scheduled to be completed this summer and will stand at a height of 685 feet above sea level. The tower will have 52 floors containing a total of 250 private apartments and a variety of service facilities. Parking spaces for the tower’s future occupants will be held inside four underground levels.
“We decided to use the proven PERI self-climbing formwork systems, because they are easy to handle and ensure complete safety in high-rise construction. PERI specialists have consistently provided us with operational support.”