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Here are some new photos from Pinnacle Scaffold shoring division’s work on the new Penn Cinema IMAX theater at the Riverfront, Wilmington, DE.
These photos really let you see just how TALL the Imax walls are! You can see why the vertical bracing is needed for support.
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PSC did a very unique shoring system called a tilt up wall bracing. As you can see from the photos this is not your normal shoring system. It’s used specifically when the walls are really tall – some as high as 40’-50’. It’s designed to keep the walls in place until the ceiling is put on. This system had to be used to accommodate the enormous height of the IMAX screen.
This is the city’s first major movie theater in several decades. With 14 digital auditoriums in addition to the 300-seat, eye-popping 75′-by-45′ IMAX theater, it’s set to anchor the new Riverfront complex.