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is there a name for this kind of construction method? [south korean civil engineer]

is there a name for this kind of construction method? [south korean civil engineer]

is there a name for this kind of construction method? [south korean civil engineer]

(OP)
hi guys
I've been skimming through the internet to find a name for this method in English so I can look up for more information.
unfortunately, I couldnt find an appropriate name for it. apparently, it is called Lift-up-method in Korea.
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like in the photo Lift-up method is when a structure is completed in the ground prior to being put together with the whole building at the top.
I would appreciate it if I could get the name of the method in English! so I can google more information
thanks!

RE: is there a name for this kind of construction method? [south korean civil engineer]

I think you are referring to the "Jump Form" method.

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RE: is there a name for this kind of construction method? [south korean civil engineer]

(OP)
sorry maybe my explanation was lacking a bit.
i mean the skyway structure in the middle with glass-window-side, when i meant 'a structure is completed in the ground prior to being put together with the whole building at the top.'

RE: is there a name for this kind of construction method? [south korean civil engineer]

So there are several terms for this:

accelerated method
Pre-manufactured
Shop assembly
modular construction

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