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Look-Out Tower Saarschleife, Germany

Planning, Structural Engineering, Construction WIEHAG GmbH
Altheim, Austria

Length: ~ 32 m | Width: ~ 19 m | Height: ~ 42 m | Weight: ~ 178 t
Number of Nodes: 868 | Members: 1,293 | Materials: 4 | Cross‑Sections: 32

With the height of about 42 m, the look‑out tower Saarschleife 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 1,250 m, which allows for walks up to 23 m above the forest level.

Oberholz Alpine Hut in Obereggen, Italy

Planning, Design Timber Structures
LignoAlp, Bressanone, Italy
Structural Design
Bauingenieure Hartmann & Gamper, Merano, Italy
Dr. Ing. Andreas Erlacher, Bolzano, Italy

At a height of around 2,100 m 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.

Rehabilitation of the Müngsten Viaduct, Germany

Check of Structural Analysis
PSP - Professor Sedlacek und Partner, Dortmund, Germany

Length: ~ 465.0 m | Width: ~ 27.0 m | Height: ~ 81.0 m | Weight: ~ 4,011 t
Number of Nodes: 3,657 | Members: 5,485 | Materials: 13 |
Cross‑Sections: 266

The Müngsten Viaduct, completed in 1897, ranks among the most important buildings in steel bridge construction in the world today. With a height of 107 m 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.

Conceptual Design of Wolbecker Road Bridge No. 76 in Münster, Germany

Building and Structural Planning grbv Ingenieure im Bauwesen GmbH & Co. KG
Hanover, Germany

Length: ~ 77.0 m | Width: ~ 15.0 m | Height: ~ 16.5 m | Weight: ~ 420 t
Number of Nodes: 461 | Members: 824 | Materials: 4 | Cross-Sections: 19

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 67.20 m. It will replace the existing classic arch bridge, built in 1957, which is 5 m less in span length.

Look-Out Tower in Bad Wildbad, Germany

Planning, Structural Engineering, Construction WIEHAG GmbH
Altheim, Austria

Length: ~ 40.5 m | Width: ~ 40.5 m | Height: ~ 40.0 m | Weight: ~ 292 t
Nodes: 1,078 | Members: 1,751 | Materials: 4 | Cross‑Sections: 45

The look-out tower with a height of 40 m 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.

Pedestrian and Cycling Bridge in Neckartenzlingen, Germany

Building and Structural Planning Miebach Engineering Office
Lohmar, Germany

Length: ~ 96 m | Width: ~ 12 m | Height: ~ 2.5 m
Number of Nodes: 235 | Members: 152 | Cross-Sections: 14

The S‑shaped pedestrian and cycling bridge with the straight middle section across the Neckar river in Neckartenzlingen, Germany, has a total length of 96.30 m and a width of 3.00 m.

Pavilions at Oslo Airport in Gardermoen, Norway

Planning, Fabrication, Assembly Blumer-Lehmann AG
Gossau, Switzerland
Structural Engineering SJB.Kempter.Fitze AG
Eschenbach/Frauenfeld, Switzerland

The following data relate to Pavilion M1.

Length: ~ 27 m | Width: ~ 19 m | Height: ~ 5 m
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.

Wooden Sculpture Edy in St. Moritz, Switzerland

Structural Engineering sblumer ZT GmbH
Graz, Austria

Length: ~ 18 m | Width: ~ 18 m | Height: ~ 19 m
Nodes: 547 | Members: 1,378 | Surfaces: 639 | Finite Elements: 95,557

A 19‑metre‑high, walkable wooden skier named Edy was the symbolic figure of the World Ski Championships 2017 in St. Moritz.

The monument is a large replica of the deceased skier Edy Reinalter from St. Moritz. Edy the sculpture, with a total weight of 18 tons, accompanied all ceremonies in Kulm Park, such as projections, dance and climbing shows, and TV presentations.

Five-Storey Timber Passive House in Friedrichshafen, Germany

Structural Engineering Structural Analysis, Thermal Insulation, Energy Balancing, Architectural Acoustics
Pirmin Jung Deutschland GmbH
Sinzig, Germany

Length: ~ 21 m | Width: ~ 21 m | Height: ~ 15 m
Nodes: 212 | Members: 55 | Surfaces: 40 | Finite Elements: 13,398

More and more cities and towns, especially in southern Germany, are open for multi‑storey timber buildings. The wood construction company Müllerblaustein Holzbau GmbH has convinced the German city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance of this apartment building concept.

St. Elias Ukrainian Catholic Church in Brampton, Ontario, Canada

Structural Engineering Moses Structural Engineers Inc.
Toronto, Canada

The following data refer to the biggest dome:
Length: ~ 13 m | Width: ~ 13 m | Height: ~ 23 m | Weight: 26 t
Number of Nodes: 404 | Members: 691 | Cross‑Sections: 24

St. Elias Church is designed in the architectural style known as ‘Boyko’, from the western part of Ukraine. This distinctive style features iconic copper clad domes, 23 metres high at their peaks and visible from a great distance around the church.

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