Introduction

INTRODUCTION

With the progress of the construction industry progresses into the 21st century, there has been an ever-increasing demand for more efficient structures. Taller, lighter, stronger, economical, quicker, etc...…kinds of words are on tip of the tongue of various clients and consultants around the world. Moreover, there is demand from each structure to be unique in all aspects, and this has led to looking a step ahead of the regular reinforced concrete and many engineers, clients, etc. are looking for the possibilities offered by Prestressed, Ground Anchors and cable-stayed structures. EUROPE STRONG FORCE POST TENSIONING (ESFPT), was conceptualized in the year 2005 to meet the ever-increasing demand for specialized post-tensioning works in the region. Ever since its establishment, it has become one of the fastest-growing companies in the Middle East. Also, ESFPT’s presence is being felt in other countries as well, as projects have been awarded in other countries as well. It is uniquely qualified to provide the necessary design assistance, expertise, hardware, and associated services for the new wave in construction. Set out on the vision to offer the services of post-tensioning in a more principled and feasible manner, ESFPT assures more savings, maintaining the standards in use, and at the same time ensuring quality and safety. ESFPT has its own design division comprising of well-experienced structural engineers, draftspersons, and also the execution division which has been well-groomed under the supervision of experienced engineers in the field of post-tensioning works. The principle behind the workforce of ESFPT is to maintain the assigned time frame for each
activity right from the design stage until the completion of all the site works. The design team endeavors in providing more economical, architecturally viable, and structurally secured structural solutions, and when it comes to the hands of the execution team, there is no
compromise on the quality of works. In all, ESFPT stands for safety, quality, cost-effectiveness, and safe structures.