Kinda. You bolt the forms up in the location where you want the wall. Then fill the forms and once it cures you remove them and re-stack them on top of the first layer of wall (about 1.5 ft tall) then repeat the process. The blocks are pretty large so you want to make them where the home is getting built and not have to move them.
Seems pretty simple and when looking into it there seems to be allot of people who use this style in australia.
"One cannot help an involuntary process. The point is not to disturb it. - Dr. Michel Odent
posted 10 years ago
it does not say on thier website how long it takes to set but i would think you could probably remove the forms and start the next layer every 2 days or so. And remember all you have to do is mix the earth/cement and pour. With most other styles of building your going to take the same amount of time to make the same area but working 8 hours hard labor a day.