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  • 1. SCS – A world of possibilities
  • 2. SCS SYSTEM The Evolution of Building Technology
    • Unique pre-engineered custom-made lost-in-place formwork system consisting of Modular Wall Formwork Panels.
    • Components of SCS System
      • Fiber Cement Board
      • Light Gauge Galvanized Steel Studs
      • Reinforced Concrete
      • Expanded Polystyrene
  • 3. FORM-A-WALL is a permanent form work comprising of galvanized steel stud framing and fiber cement board, that serves as a finish wall surface. When filled with concrete forms a monolithic structural bearing wall and shear wall. Typical Section Custom made sizes can be arrangement to suit any design requirements. Components 112162 Thickness Height (mm) Width (mm) 2440,2745,2850,4050 min 153 to 1220 max Standard Sizes
  • 4. BEAM FORMS COLUMN FORMS FORM-A-WALL BEAM AND COLUMN FORMS - Whenever required, beams and columns forms can be Pre-manufactured to any size to suit design requirements. Components
  • 5. THERMA-WALL - 6” Thk wall with insulation on External side. Used for extreme temperatures regions. Components INSULATION INTERNAL SIDE FIBER CEMENT BOARD EXTERNAL SIDE
  • 6.
    • Form-a-wall Panel is then slide into starter bars and rest vertically on the bottom track after
    • which, check for plumpness and provide diagonal bracing to hold the panel temporarily.
    • - Screw panel on the bottom tracks.
    Installation: Metal bracing
  • 7.
    • Completed ground floor wall panels with optional metal door and window jambs.
    • Upon completion of panel
    • installation, electrical and sanitary
    • rough-ins that goes into the wall
    • should be in placed before
    • pouring concrete.
    • Additional horizontal reinforcements
    • are placed inside the panel at an
    • interval of 340mm on centers.
    • (As per code requirements)
    • Pouring of concrete are done in
    • intervals of 300mm per layer with
    • Slump ratio equivalent to 7.
    Installation:
  • 8.
    • No Chipping required for conduit and utility boxes inside
    • the walls.
    • Conduits are slide into the panel before pouring
    • concrete. Cut appropriate opening for utility box.
    - Placing of electrical conduit into the wall. Integration with other services: Electrical Conduits PVC CONDUIT
  • 9. Same procedure with electrical conduits, pipes are slid into the panels and cut appropriate holes for connection to bathroom fixture. Integration with other services: Plumbing Lines PVC PIPE FAUCET
  • 10. ROOF TRUSS TO WALL DETAIL
    • Roof truss are anchored on the wall by welding anchor bar into the embedded angle bar on top of the panel.
    Installation: 1”ANGLE BARS METAL TRUSS WALL PANEL X X XXX J-BARS
  • 11.
    • Recessed panel edges assures
    • seamless finish.
    • Apply initial coat of jointing compound on the recessed edge, then attach the mess tape and
    • set dry before putting a final coat .
    • - Level excess jointing compound using fine grain sandpaper.
    Installation: Panel Jointing Mesh Tape Joint Compound Form-a-wall Panel
  • 12. Drawing Details: Typical Corner Connection Detail
  • 13. Drawing Details: Typical T-Joint Connection Detail
  • 14. Drawing Details: Typical Wall Panel To Slab Connection Detail
  • 15. - Metal ceiling joist at ground level. Integration with other services: False Ceiling 12mm THK GYPSUM BOARD CEILING ON GALVANIZED METAL FURRING.
  • 16. USP
    • Our USPs…
    • PROVEN SYSTEM : Tried and tested, established in several countries
    • SPEED : Walls erected in at least 1/3 rd less the time compared to conventional construction
    • QUALITY: Plumb, line and level, proper edges, no cracks or defects
    • DURABILITY: Earthquake resistant
    • NO BRICKWORK : No worry about brickwork quality, soaking in water, mortar, shortage of good masons
    • NO PLASTERING : No messy mixing at site, workmanship issues, curing, repairing cracks
    • TECHNICAL SUPPORT : Full back-up engineering and structural design support
  • 17. Advantages & Benefits:
    • Speedier “Design  Execution” phase in project execution
    • Elimination of tedious, time-consuming manpower intensive processes
    • High quality James Hardie fibre cement boards guarantee long life of the structure
    • Faster return on capital invested
    • Lower dependency on unorganized labor & increased reliability on completion schedules
    • Reduced maintenance / repairs
  • 18. Advantages & Benefits:
    • Inlaid plumbing & electrical lines, superior quality finish surface eliminates plastering
    • Bill of quantities defined before start of work
    • Thinner walls but as strong as those made from conventional methods
    • Faster availability of super structure for finishing & other value addition works
    • Better predictability of costs & hence better control
    • Increased floor area
  • 19. Target market segments – advantages for specific applications
    • Low rise buildings
      • Apartments
      • Villas
      • Hotels
      • Commercial Buildings
      • Malls etc.
    • Can be used for high rise building also with a slight modification in the wall design.
    APPLICATIONS
  • 20. Project Photographs
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  • 25. Wood grained elevation features
  • 26. Completed buildings – High end Resort houses
  • 27. Completed building – Luxury Houses and Villas
  • 28. Completed buildings – Villa Complexes
  • 29. Completed buildings – Farm Houses
  • 30. Completed buildings – Resort Housing
  • 31. Wood grained elevation features
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  • 34. SCS – From Villas to Commercial Buildings, Apartments and High Rises
  • 35. Sterling Low Cost Affordable housing in the Philippines
  • 36. Sterling in the Middle East - Qatar Over 350 high quality luxury duplex villas built
  • 37. SCS MODULAR Systems – Cost Effective, Relocatable, Flat-Pack System
  • 38. Steel Decking Slab
  • 39. PRECAST SLABS
  • 40. h Elevation features incorporated during panel manufacturing
  • 41. SCS IN INDIA
    • Current Projects
  • 42. TUSCANY TERRACES
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  • 44. TT- Mockup TT- Mock up
  • 45. Current projects TUSCANY TERRACES
  • 46. TUSCANY TERRACES
  • 47. TUSCANY TERRACES
  • 48. WARAI WOODS CHALET
  • 49. WARAI WOODS CHALET
  • 50. WARAI WOODS CHALET
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  • 54. TANAJI MALUSARE CITY
  • 55. TANAJI MALUSARE CITY
  • 56.  
  • 57. PRESENT STATUS OF CLUSTER 1
  • 58. Manufacturing Facility
  • 59. Manufacturing facility
  • 60. Manufacturing Facility
  • 61. Global Operations INDIA PHILIPPINES QATAR AUSTRALIA INDONESIA ARMENIA VIETNAM
  • 62.
    • Thank You…………