What is RC Framework?
When we talk about RC and the subject of reinforced concrete framework, it is reinforced cement concrete (RCC) that we mean. Reinforced concrete has steel bars added to increase strength. We call these rebars. Concrete has good compressive strength, is low in cost and can be produced fresh onsite. Steel, on the other hand, has a high tensile strength.
Concrete and steel work well together.
To make reinforced concrete, we use a process call formwork. We create a mould to give RC framework a specific shape. We then pour concrete into the mould and, using the architectural specification, add the rebars and tie them into place using wire. This gives the appearance of a cage.
Our work in Belgravia, Chelsea, Fulham, Kensington and Mayfair often includes RC framework construction.