BubbleDeck precast concrete floor slabs

BubbleDeck is a precast concrete floor system which makes floor slabs lighter and stronger by incorporating large, hollow plastic balls in a lattice of steel.

Low cost – 35% less concrete

BubbleDeck floors eliminate up to 35% of concrete from suspended slabs. Add further savings from lighter structures, improved productivity and reduced energy consumption and it's easy to see how using BubbleDeck preformed slabs can contribute to a healthy bottom line for construction projects.

Fast to build – 30% faster floor cycles

With no formwork, no beams and fast coverage of up to 30m2 per panel, BubbleDeck yields floor cycles up to 30% faster than traditional construction methods. Regardless of project size or complexity, simply prop, place and pour to quickly install suspended concrete floor slabs.

Minimise operating and health & safety risks

Off-site prefabricated, fewer vehicle movements and crane lifts and simple installation all combine to minimise operating and health & safety risks. As a result, major Australian companies have chosen BubbleDeck's precast concrete system as the low-risk way to build large and complex sustainable developments.

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BubbleDeck looking for partners for NSW operation

After successfully delivering over 1,000,000 square metres of BubbleDeck slabs across Western Australia, South Australia and Victoria, BubbleDeck Australia and New Zealand Pty Ltd (BDANZ) is now looking to expand and start an operation in New South Wales to provide developers and builders with a competitive alternative structural system... Read More

BubbleDeck an Environmental Star

The Mills Park community centre in the Perth suburb of Beckenham, Western Australia is the first public building in Australia to attain a six star Green Star rating for design and construction... Read More

Regional, Medical Plays to BubbleDeck's Strength

Using BubbleDeck, leading national builder Hansen Yuncken has responded to the numerous challenges of building large span slabs in a major regional medical facility... Read More