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Eggers Tragwerksplanung GmbH
01097 Dresden, Germany
The 7-story building, with 5,300 m² of floor space, is used as a vocational school. The dimensions (length x width x height) are approximately 46.0 m x 20.0 m x 21.8 m.
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Estudi M103 (Jorge Blasco Miguel and Ferran Peralba Garrabou)
JCR Estructural – Ing. Alberto Cervantes
Los Mochis, Sinaloa
JCR Estructural designed this residential building located in the city of Los Mochis, in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico. The house is divided into two areas: the main one where the residential spaces are, and an independent area in the garden, for recreational use.
|Design and Manufacture:||Nexans Solar Technologies|
Nexans Solar Technologies presents itself as an internal branch of Nexans, created in 2018 as part of the transition plan towards renewable energies, which aims at providing solutions, products and services to energy producers and investors.
The solar tracker from KEYLIOS® is the first solution entirely conducted from design to manufacturing by Nexans Solar Technologies. A major contract was already signed with a prominent developer of photovoltaic projects also standing as an energy supplier providing more than 800 of these solar trackers to be established on four solar facilities located in the south-west of France.
|Design, Structural Engineering, Execution||
Technical University of Dresden
An innovative research project has been carried out on the company premises of STM Montage GmbH in Lunzenau, Germany: A wind power plant with a lattice tower, where the uppermost segment consists of fiber-reinforced molded timber pipes.
|Structural Design, Assembly Assistance||
The construction of a 328-foot-high tower at an altitude of about 6,890 ft above sea level is a particularly challenging task. A project of this type was realized in September 2020 in the area of the "Windsfeld" summit in Flachau / Flachauwinkl, Austria. The met mast is one of the tallest structures in Austria.
|Structural Design||CBS, Choisy-le-Roi|
Ing. Juan Aldasoro Robles
Cosmos Proyectos Estructurales, S.A. de C.V.
Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico
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