Buc Avanzini Development

Efficient Construction Services for Your Building Projects

Whether you need a metal structure or tilt-wall building, we can get the job done right.

A Commercial Construction Company That You Can Rely On

We would like to take a moment to tell you about our company’s background. We are a family owned business. We have been in the industry for over 35 years.

A large part of our present success, we owe to our sub-contractors, they have become part of our family; most of them have worked with us since we started in 1992. They always go the extra mile for us and our customers. 

It is important to our success that if you have a problem, and sooner or later we all do, that the same person that did the work is there to fix our problem. Together with our staff, we can handle most emergencies that arise.

Our sub-contractors know

That we do not let our work out for bid; we use only our core group. So when Buc Avanzini Development gets a job, then they know that they get a job that ties them tighter to us and to you as our customer. Our sub-contractors are all very familiar with the other trades and if they see a problem in your job, they will contact each other and us to help save any time that could be lost.

Tilt Wall Construction

Tilt-wall, or tilt-up construction as it's sometimes called, is a technique in which concrete walls are poured on-site. The ground floor slab of a building is poured. Using this level surface as a casting bed, the horizontal shell concrete is poured. After drying, the wall is hoisted by crane and set in place using beams.

Although tilt-wall has been in popular use for more than 20 years, it has come on strong as the preferred choice for many projects in the last 10 years. The decision to use tilt-wall versus traditional vertical wall construction comes in the preliminary concept stage where not only defining the shape and plan of the layout but also determining the type of materials to consider.

Advantages to tilt-wall include security, time, and cost. Concrete formed in this method creates a very permanent type of envelope. It is very hard to break through or damage. Savings are more likely on large projects in which large amounts of exterior wall panel are needed. Initially, most projects using tilt-wall were industrial and warehouse projects.