HOW IT WORKS
Speed is the name of the game. Every feature is designed to save time and therefore money.
Self-Tapping Pilot Hole - Simply screw the embed to the Gilman Post with any #8 screw
Adjustable - Adjust the height in 1/8" increments & lock into place
Strong - Able to withstand the rigors of concrete construction
Multiple sizes - Allows for heights as low as 3" and as tall as 13 1/4"
Integral Nails - Eliminate the need to hold nails when setting
Base Clearance - Space beneath the base allows for maximum concrete fill
Reduce your labor cost per embed by as much as 95%. How much money could you save by setting embeds in less than 60 seconds?
Adjustable to 1/8". Know with certainty that the embeds are set at the right elevation, every time.
Eliminate time from each pour cycle. Pick up days on the schedule over the course of a project.
Integrated nails at the base and a self-tapping pilot hole at the top make installation a breeze.
No cutting, sawing, or grinding required. Remove power tools from the task and greatly reduce the risk of injury.
No more job-built solutions. These posts are strong enough to withstand any pour. Say goodbye to costly repairs and rework.
“With the Gilman Post, it's a simple, one-step process, and that saves us a ton of time and money."
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
CHALLENGE THE ASSUMPTION
Our founder, Andrew Gilman, spent a decade working as an engineer for Hensel Phelps. During that time, he witnessed an industry that assumed that the way something has always been done is still the best way to be doing it.
His willingness to challenge that assumption, paired with an intimate knowledge of certain job site processes, allowed him to create efficiencies and decrease costs. The result is a company with products that can save contractors millions of dollars every year.
The Gilman Post replaces "job-built" solutions for embeds, like the ones shown here.
“We've saved thousands of dollars in labor by using the Gilman Post. When you really think about it, the way we used to set embeds had a lot of labor-intensive steps before we ever set the embed, not to mention the stripping afterwards."
HENSEL PHELPS CONSTRUCTION CO.