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Robbins Engineering, USA
Designed to store nearly 2 million library volumes and works of art, the University of Arkansas Library Annex in Fayetteville was built with cross-laminated timber (CLT) roofs, walls and floors, and glulam beams, columns and moment frames.
ASPECT Structural Engineers, Canada
Naikoon Contracting Ltd. announced their new global headquarters location in Vancouver, BC late 2018 with a grand opening in Spring 2019. The new office is centred around a set of stunning cross-laminated timber (CLT) stairs which utilize a profound gluing technology developed by Timber Structures 3.0 (TS3). This marked the first time TS3 has been used in North America.
|Timber Structural Analysis and Design||
The recent trend in high-rise construction is clearly dominated by timber as the most ecological and environmentally friendly material. The project promoter Nexity Resolutely is committed to constructive building solutions with a reduced carbon footprint through various labels and certifications included in their several office and commercial timber projects. Among these is the Palazzo Meridia which is currently the tallest CLT office building in France. The Dlubal customer CBS-Lifteam was responsible for the planning, supply and installation of the timber structure.
Weiske + Partner GmbH
Beratende Ingenieure VBI
A spectacular viewing platform visible from afar is the architectural highlight of the Meixi International New City, a city expansion of Changsa, China. The conical-shaped double helix with a height of 30 m provides a 360-degree view including the artificial Meixi lake which covers a 4,305,564 ft2 area.
|Roof Structural Engineer and Builder||
StructureCraft Builders Inc., Canada
With an area of 110,000 ft², the North Surrey Sports and Ice Complex includes three ice rinks, event rooms, restaurants, as well as outdoor areas.
StructureCraft, a customer of Dlubal Software, was selected as the structural engineer and builder of the roof structure for this exciting local project in Surrey, Canada, after proposing a turnkey, value engineered solution in late 2017.
|Steel Structure Design:||
Allcons Industry s.r.o.
In the Chinese province of Qinghai, near the city of Haixi, a complex of 23 multi-energy plants is being built, combining different technologies to generate energy from renewable resources. The complex comprises a 618.4 ft high tower of the 50-MW solar power plant whose support structure is expected to be completed in mid-2019.
The solar power plant uses a modern CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) technology, which enables the storage of thermal solar energy, thus ensuring continuous power generation even at night.
Indermühle Bauingenieure, Switzerland
After 2 1/2 + years of construction, the world’s highest 3S cableway "Matterhorn glacier ride" was opened at the end of September 2018. The $55 million project was developed to increase passenger capacity to the Klein Matterhorn sitting at an altitude of 12802 ft. Additionally, it’s now possible to keep the service running when performing maintenance work to the existing tramway.
|Structural Engineering, Fire Resistance||
Josef Kolb AG
The modular structure of the school will only remain at the present location for eight years. After this period, 36 timber modules including the screw foundations will be removed entirely and reconstructed at another location. Therefore, a completely new configuration of the floors and the ground plan design will be possible. The simple yet functional structure includes the architectural highlight of a front-facing flight of stairs constructed with timber truss girders.
|Design-Build, General Contractor||
StructureCraft Builders Inc., Canada
This slender timber pedestrian bridge was constructed over the Bow River in Banff. The town of Banff is Canada’s first national park located in the beautiful Canadian Rockies. At 13 ft wide and 38 ft long, the bridge is complete with an 263 ft clear span which is perhaps the longest of its kind for a timber bridge.
pbr Planungsbüro Rohling AG
Within a short period of time, a modern aluminum structure with sophisticated building services was constructed for the company Hydro Aluminium in Grevenbroich.
The construction project on the premises near Düsseldorf covers approximately a length of 722 ft and a width of 394 ft. It includes various connecting bridges to the existing premises, a three-aisled production hall with outbuildings as well as a 328 ft long and 99 ft high high-rack warehouse which was constructed in slipform paving technology.
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.”