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St. John’s North Tower Expansion


Gordy’s Concrete Pumping poured in the dense fog on September 10, 2019 at the North Tower Expansion Project at St. John’s on the Lake, a retirement community well known in Milwaukee. This project is a 22-story east side housing tower expansion which will alter the city’s skyline. The tower is expected to open in the…

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Kitchener Railway Tunnel


The Kitchener Railway Tunnel is a subset of the Georgetown South project, one of the largest rail transit infrastructure expansions in North America. The Kitchener railway tunnel will provide a fourth set of tracks for the metro system beneath Highways 401 and 409, with the 401 being the busiest highway in Toronto. The tunnel will…

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Con Forms Aids in the Largest Clean Energy Project in North America – Site C


Clean electricity has been a cornerstone of British Columbia’s economy and quality of life for generations. The Site C Project, a third dam and hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeast B.C., will be a source of clean, renewable and affordable electricity in B.C. for more than 100 years. Site C will be a…

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Con Forms Introduces Hydraulic Washout Station


The Con Forms High-Rise Washout Station is a safe and efficient solution for high-rise clean-out applications. A hydraulic-powered arm allows the operator to effortlessly direct the clean-out of high-rise concrete pumping systems into a reservoir or truck. Eliminates the need for makeshift clean-out setup Hydraulic-powered tilting for easy clean-out direction Lower clamp easily adjusts up…

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Gardena Open House


Con Forms will be hosting an open house on Friday, August 23rd, 2019 from 11am-4pm at our recently acquired West Coast customer service & distribution hub in Gardena, CA. Guests are invited to come in and tour the new facility, view our upgraded stocking capabilities, and meet with our Gardena staff.  The day will include…

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Expert Safety Training


Jobsite safety is an important focal point in all concrete pumping projects. Issues with the high pumping pressure and numerous moving parts of large pumping projects can be detrimental to project timelines, costs –  and most importantly – a safety hazard to employees. Presentations can also cover general introductions to high-rise concrete pumping and concrete…

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Con Forms & Esser Twin Pipes at Bauma 2019


Bauma, the world’s leading construction machinery trade fair, took place in Munich, Germany this April. The trade show presents a comprehensive international product range in construction machinery, equipment, vehicles, mining machines and more. Bauma is a hub for international business and is an important venue for sharing information on state-of-the-art technology. This year, Con Forms…

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Modena Gets On-Site Training on Their New 16-Z Spider Placer


Modena Concrete Pumping out of La Honda, CA is the proud new owners of a Con Forms 16-Z Spider Placer. The 16-Z is a cost-effective solution for all low-ceiling indoor concrete placements. The low 13’ 1” opening height allows for operations all the way into most commercial and warehouse pours, and the maneuverability of the…

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World of Concrete 2019


This year’s World of Concrete was another very successful show. The Con Forms booth displayed our 16-Z Trak Spider Placer which attracted a lot of attention and interest from customers worldwide. Adding CF Spider Placers to our already robust line of abrasion-resistant pumping systems will allow us to service even more applications in the coming…

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Oroville Dam Project


Heavy rainfall during the 2017 California floods caused severe damage and potential failure of the Oroville Dam main spillway in February, 2017.  The damage ultimately resulted in the evacuation of more than 180,000 people as erosion of the emergency spillway threatened complete failure, which would send a massive wave of water into the Feather River…

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