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Blackpool's seafront promenade has been getting a face lift with the help of Doka Framax and H20 formwork.

Reinforced concrete specialist Dennis Worrall Engineering chose the Doka equipment because of its ability to accommodate different profiles and wall heights. The job involves raising and reinforcing a 760m long section of the 1920s sea wall and construction of two additional walls and the promenade walkways. Main contractor is Birse.

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