Advantages of In-situ: Firstly: it can adapt to any building shape or style. Secondly: it can be assumed to be more or less monolithic, since joints only occur as a result of different pourings to the same structure. Thirdly: it is easily used for two way structural systems.
Also called, cast-in-place concrete, is a common type of building material for commercial structures and residential homes alike, it involves pouring liquid concrete into removable forms and then dismantling the forms once the concrete has hardened to leave a solid floor behind. Cast in place concrete dates back to early experiments by Thomas Edison. Modern builders continue to gain from its benefits and work to overcome any drawbacks.
Strength: The primary benefit of cast in place concrete it its high level of strength. Cast in place concrete is appropriate for basement walls and home foundations. It is also relatively resistant to structural damage in the event of a natural disaster
Versatility: Cast in place concrete is highly versatile, meaning builders can use it for a variety of homes and buildings. Because it is adaptable it allows for highly precise designs and customizable forms, both for modest homes and large, architecturally ambitious projects