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|Structural Engineering, Workshop Planning, Geotechnical Engineering||
Weiß Beratende Ingenieure GmbH
With Germany's first Big Dipper Coaster, you can experience spectacular roller coaster rides since May 2019. Since it was opened, the approximately 131 ft high and 547 yd long coaster has been one of the main attractions in the Plohn theme park in Vogtland, Saxony.
zapf & co. – structural engineering GmbH, Strausberg, Germany
The architectural highlight of the Halle (Saale) bus station include the stylish canopies over the bus platforms. The continuous lights integrated at the roof edges are the real eye-catcher especially at night.
The pedestrian bridge over the Taffa river functions not only as a bridge, but also includes a garden tool shed and seating along the platform. Additionally, the delicate top truss chords provide pedestrian railing along the bridge length.
Joachim Ingenieure, Schweinfurt
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Stephan Knop
An impressive roof structure was constructed over the Passion Play open-air theater in Sömmersdorf, Franconia (Germany). The self-supporting spatial steel structure includes a PVC membrane roof covering the 14,908 ft2 auditorium. Only four foundations in total support the entire roof structure.
zapf & co. – structural engineering GmbH, Strausberg
Ingenieurbüro für Struktur + Festigkeit Conrad Hansen, Kiel
The entrance structure to the dinosaur park Kleinwelka near Bautzen, Germany has a total height of 72 ft and resembles mitosis. Mitosis is a type of cell division and the origin of life. The bionic structure consists of 1,389 steel tube members assembled together at 269 joints.
|Structural Analysis & Design||
Trex Commercial Products, USA
The removable grandstands are surrounded on three sides by precast seating risers in the north endzone of the Los Angeles Football club soccer stadium. The grandstands are a free-standing system. The system is comprised of aluminum trusses which are demountable from aluminum towers.
|Structural Analysis Timber Construction||
sblumer ZT GmbH, Austria
The CIMU - ILE DE SEGUIN is part of the cultural center "La Seine Musicale" on Seguin Island (Ile Seguin) in Boulogne-Billancourt, a suburb of Paris. The CIMU houses a concert hall that can seat up to 1,150 people. The round facade is clad with glass on the outside.
Moses Structural Engineers Inc. & Halsall
Following remodeling, the TD Place Stadium in Canada’s capital Ottawa can hold up to 24,000 visitors. The sports complex is located at Lansdowne Park and is primarily used for Canadian football and soccer. The architectural highlight of the stadium is the curvilinear timber veil.
Sailer Stepan Partner GmbH
The project St. Josef in Holzkirchen comprises the main church and a chapel which are connected by a common foyer with the sacristy. The foyer area and the sacristy were built as a reinforced concrete building. Main church and chapel are differently sized timber structures and take the form of inclined truncated cones with an elliptical footprint.