Reinforced concrete construction is the same as traditional concrete construction, except the concrete is injected into the structure to form the wall. However, concrete reinforcement is used in only some very specific structures. For instance, the concrete poured into the bases of modern-day stadiums and arenas is reinforced with steel rods embedded in the concrete. The concrete is not solidified in this manner by way of pressure like the precast concrete, which means the concrete doesn’t need to be cooled below room temperature before it is formed. Because the concrete is not cooled, it is much more likely to withstand large amounts of force, making it the preferred construction material for stadiums, dams, bridges, and other concrete structures.
Many buildings and houses are built with structural concrete construction because the concrete forms seamlessly into various shapes, such as rectangles, squares, and circles. These concrete forms can be customized with various materials to create various textures, such as smooth or rough textures and intricate designs, including decorative concrete forms, polygonal forms, or specialized forms such as stepping stones. Furthermore, concrete can be formed into any diameter, including hollow forms that can be cut and drilled for plumbing and electrical lines. When concrete is formed this way, special tools known as fireworks must be used to shape the concrete and force it into precise shapes.