The March 1963 issue reported on tilt-down, a new construction technique from Plus-Crete International, said to provide cost savings of 10 percent compared with the tilt-up method. How it worked: “To raise the wall, telescoping, self-equalizing hydraulic rams are used. From the ground to in the air takes 25 minutes. The final lowering of the wall is effected by electric motors with reduced gear-heads. The whole wall, within the limits of 100 feet by 24 feet by 8 inches, is erected at once.”