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Saxonian Real Estate and Construction Management
The theater built from 1911 to 1913 has a varied history. The building was destroyed by the Allied air attacks in February 1945, reconstructed in the post‑war years, and damaged by floods in August 2002. Within an 18‑week break, the Dresden theater has been was extensively renovated and modernized.
The following data refer to one car dealership building.
Length: ~ 119.75 ft | Width: ~ 90.22 ft | Height: ~ 42.65 ft | Weight: ~ 1,247 t
Number of Nodes: 245 | Members: 420 | Materials: 3 | Cross-Sections: 23
In Roost, Luxembourg, a new building complex relating to cars is built. There will be up to six car dealerships, a parking garage, and a paint shop built on the site. The construction project was divided into two planning phases. The first phase includes three multi‑story car dealerships with the same type of the supporting structure.
Waterways and Shipping Directorate East, Waterways New Office
As a part of expansion works of the Elbe‑Havel Canal, the Güsen road bridge was replaced by a new bridge at the same place. The new construction was necessary because the clear width and height of the existing bridge were no longer sufficient for the waterway expansion.
Architectural office Josef Stöger
With the height of about 137.8 ft, the look‑out tower offers a unique view over the landscape of the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park, into the Saar Bow valley and, if the visibility is clear, even as far as the Vosges Mountains. The tower is the highlight of the tree‑top trail with a length of 4,101 ft, which allows for walks up to 75.5 ft above the forest level.
Bauingenieure Hartmann & Gamper
Dr. Ing. Andreas Erlacher
At a height of around 6,889 ft you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the dolomites with a delicious meal. Since 2016 these amenities have been available at the top station of the Obereggen skiing area, South Tyrol. The Oberholz alpine hut restaurant, with its exceptional architecture, fits perfectly into the surrounding landscape.
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PSP - Professor Sedlacek und Partner, Dortmund, Germany
The Müngsten Viaduct, completed in 1897, ranks among the most important buildings in steel bridge construction in the world today. With a height of 351 ft over the Wupper River, it is Germany's highest railway bridge. The design derives from the Garabit Viaduct, completed in 1884, which is located near Saint-Flour in southern France and was designed by Gustave Eiffel.
Wasser- und Schifffahrtsamt Rheine
Starting in 2018, an architecturally appealing tied‑arch bridge will arise in Münster, Germany. The new road bridge will be built over the Dortmund‑Ems Canal with a span of 220.5 ft. It will replace the existing classic arch bridge, built in 1957, which is 16.4 ft less in span length.
Architectural office Josef Stöger
The look-out tower with a height of about 131 ft is the highlight of the tree‑top trail on the Sommerberg hill in Bad Wildbad, Germany. The viewing platform on the top of the tower offers a remarkable view over the densely wooded Central/North Black Forest Nature Park.
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Miebach Engineering Office
The S‑shaped pedestrian and cycling bridge with the straight middle section across the Neckar river in Neckartenzlingen, Germany, has a total length of 316 ft and a width of 10 ft.
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Oslo Lufthavn SA
The following data relate to Pavilion M1.
Length: ~ 89 ft | Width: ~ 62 ft | Height: ~ 16 ft
Number of Nodes: 3,216 | Members: 4,066 | Cross-Sections: 47
In the new terminal of the international airport Oslo-Gardermoen, five pavilions have been built to provide a space for duty‑free shops and restaurants.
Blumer-Lehmann AG, in cooperation with Lindner Group, planned, fabricated and assembled the freely shaped timber structures.
Successful Project with RFEM and RSTAB
“The art project 'Solhjul' was designed with the programs RSTAB and RFEM. The great support by Dlubal Software contributed to the success of the project.”
Reduced Costs Thanks to Dlubal Software
“We could perform a very satisfying structural analysis of our project. We were able to reduce our material costs, we are excited.”