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Fenie Brossette and Condor revolutionize formwork systems

Fenie Brossette and its Italian partner Condor bring new solutions in the field of formwork systems to cover all types of needs for construction professionals.

During a seminar organized under the theme ” Sale and rental of new formwork solutions ” in Casablanca on Thursday, March 14th, Fenie Brossette and her partner Condor presented new innovative vertical and horizontal formwork solutions.

The partnership between Fenie Brossette, a major player and recognized on the Moroccan public works market, and Condor Italy, a major operator in the field of design, production, sale and rental of scaffolding and shuttering in Italy, and around the world, has been in operation for more than three years.

It has made available to professionals who make foundations, walls, floors, concrete slabs, stairs and beams, tools that have specific technical characteristics, distinguishing it from other forms and able to increase their productivity.

Condor formwork is also indicated when it comes to the construction of structures such as bridges, dams, viaducts and oil and gas extraction platforms.

Various types of products have been reviewed, including Optimo Galvanise column and sail formwork, Haliform sailforms, ALU GD slab formwork, ECON / CEP props and circular formwork.

Several examples of the use of Condor formwork were presented: from the Naples metro in Italy to the A6 motorway viaducts in France, gas extraction platforms at Pointe-Noire in Congo, handling of oil reservoirs in France. Antananarivo in Madagascar, through various other mega projects in Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, Mauritania, Ivory Coast, Australia, South America, the Middle East and Canada.

Thanks to this proven expertise in Morocco, Fenie Brossette and Condor are also joining forces to explore the Ivorian market where several projects are being studied.

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