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970 Denny, Seattle, Washington


ロケーション: Seattle, アメリカ合衆国

  • The residential tower at 970 Denny Way in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood will have 465 units on a six-storey brick platform. Parking will be provided in four levels below grade for 374 cars and 188 bicycles


  • Self-climbing formwork system for the 40-story high-rise
  • Ensuring safety on an urban site surrounded by existing buildings


The Conco Companies Kent, WA

Field Service
PERI Woodland


  • The system offers considerable savings in labor and cycle time, with just two walers per form instead of three, and a minimal number of anchors – only two per bracket
  • Although much of the structure has been built on a five-day deck cycle, Conco achieved a four-day cycle for eight of the floors, all with a single shift
Portrait of Jason Hardebeck, Concrete Superintendent at The Conco Companies Kent, WA
Jason Hardebeck
Concrete Superintendent

Construction is arguably busier now than ever, and to stay competitive in this fast paced industry it’s imperative that you have competent vendors who supply the latest in formwork equipment and design. In my experience, PERI leads the industry hands down on everything from user friendly systems to tech support. Everyone on the PERI team has been extremely supportive and easy to work with.


  • PERI’s ACS Core 400 hydraulically operated self-climbing formwork system, which enables workers to quickly strip, jump, and reset the formwork for each level, all without taking up valuable crane time