A critical area has long been the installation of prefabricated concrete elements early in a project. Often, subcontractors are ordered with the task of building structural elements such as slabs, walls and ceilings. These elements have tight contractual tolerances in terms of headroom, angles, and cracks.
Deviations from these tolerances have a range of consequences such as the need for levelling floors, different painting work, or even the entire redesign of certain setups. Overlooked errors made during this phase have costly impacts on the following phases and the entire project. It is Betonmast Buskerud-Vestfold that bears the risk of extra expenses associated with delays, daily fines, rescheduling, extra work and material, and legal action.