Forming & Shoring Engineering Services

3d building renderingCMC Construction Services experienced engineering team has earned a highly regarded reputation through clear communication and a commitment to surpassing expectations.

Our engineers apply their technical expertise to meet each client’s requirements and specifications, providing high quality drawings and professional plans. 
Our application design layouts are generated by qualified engineers and detailers who adhere to the manufacturer’s technical data and application recommendations.  In addition, CMC Construction Services' design standards meet all of ACI Committee 347’s recommendations for design as outlined in chapter 2 of their Guide to Formwork for Concrete.
  • Walls
  • Foundations
  • Circular Structures
  • Battered Walls
  • One Sided Formwork
  • Roll Back Systems
  • Plate Girder Design
  • Box Culvert Travelers
  • Self Rising Core Forms
  • Lift and Lock platform systems for Core Forms
  • Custom Spreader Beams
  • Façade Retention
  • Temporary Wall bracing design for Wind Loading per ASCE
  • Shoring
  • Re-shoring
 Forming Capabilities: 
  • Experts in Handset and Gang Forming systems
  • European Clamp Systems
  • Symons Formwork Systems
Design Capabilities
  • Structural Compliance with ASCE, AISC, ACI, NDS, etc.
  • Finite Element analysis of Systems
  • Autocad: 2D Design Layouts for all forming and shoring applications
  • Revit Structure (BIM): 3D Design and representation of forming and shoring applications
  • Interference checks with Customers MEP and Structural Revit Files

Shoring Capabilities

  • Bridge Retrofit Projects
  • New Bridge Construction
  • Flying/ Rolling Tables
  • Alternate Load Path
  • Plate Girder
  • Column hung Pier Cap Support
  • Bridge Overhang Support
  • Temporary Support of Pre-Cast members
  • Elevated deck, wall, and beam support
  • Temporary Bracing design for Backfill
  • Roller Deck Beam Systems
  • Friction Collar Support applications

 **CMC Engineers hold Professional Engineering (PE) licenses in multiple state jurisdictions.