CONVENTIONAL WOOD FORMWORK SYSTEM

The conventional wood system is sometimes referred to as the stick form or hand-over-hand method. Conventional wood system includes formwork for slabs, beams, and foundations. The system is generally built of lumber or a combination of lumber and ply­wood. Formwork pieces are made and erected in situ. For strip­ping, conventional wood systems are stripped piece by piece, then cleaned, and may be reused a few times.