Architectural Concrete begins with the best formliner
Reid brings the beauty and variety of natural patterns to architectural concrete with its Fitzgerald Formliners range. Reid offer technically advanced formliners in a variety of design options, and with more than 250 standard and custom patterns. From design to final product, our attention to detail, quality and engineering will guarantee the most creative and cost-effective solution for your project. See for yourself why Formliners from Reid are setting the industry standard and forming the future. Image: Fanshaw St on-ramp, Victoria Park Alliance, Photographed by Kevin Davey (FCC). Panels manufactured by Concrete Structures (Morris Mustchin).
Choosing a Formliner Pattern
Formliners help bring the beauty of natural patterns to architectural concrete, offering hundreds of formliner patterns, including brick, wood, stone, sandblasted, fluted, fractured rib, and more. With your imagination and our expertise in custom art and special effect formliners, the possibilities for concrete design are unlimited. If you can imagine it, Reid can form it!
To view the Formliners online Pattern Catalogue, click here.
New from Reid graphic concrete®
With many building owners and specifiers opting to have patterned concrete on precast concrete structures, Reid is able to offer a number of solutions to assist with modern design. graphic concrete®, patented technology invented by interior architect Samuli Naamanka, has a vast range of unique designs and patterns which can be used for public, residential or industrial projects.
When an Architect decides to use graphic concrete® in the design of a concrete surface, the visual quality of the traditional surface is radically altered. graphicconcrete® is available in 5 ranges that contain stylish patterns, textures and colour with the ability to create your own custom designs or works of art. Want more information? View our website or ask us for a presentation from our Architectural representatives, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Formliner Case Study – “Another brick in the faux wall”
In today’s economic climate, methodology that provides cost savings is high on the list of wants. Controlling the project costs from beginning to end is the responsibility of the contractor. Colin Crambrook, Managing Director of All Tilt Up Constructions is no exception. At this Riverwood warehouse project, they were doubly motivated as they were both the tilt up contractor, and the builder.
Formliner Case Study – “Precast; Behind the Scenes”
|We often see what happens on site during the construction phase but rarely do we see the complex process involved in preparing a concrete for installation.
We sent our photographer Diana Kennedy, to Smith’s Crane Construction to track the manufacturing of formliner panels for the Air New Zealand Regional Building at Christchurch Airport, from tender to precast panel erection on site. Read more….