Life and Science Park Carl-Alexander in Baesweiler, Germany
|Structural Engineering||Structural analysis and design:
IFS – Beratende Ingenieure im Bauwesen Prof. Feyerabend - Schüller Partnergesellschaft
Planning and landscape architecture:
DTP Davids, Terfrüchte + Partner
Planning and urban development:
PASD Feldmeier - Wrede Architekten BDA - Stadplaner SRL
|Investor||Town of Baesweiler, Germany
represented by Dipl.-Ing. Peter Strauch
Length: ~ 92 m | Width: ~ 54 m | Height: ~ 42 m
Number of Nodes: 292 | Members: 347 | Materials: 3 | Cross-Sections: 35
Baesweiler, a small German town near Aachen, decided to return to its citizens a burden dump that was used in the former mining industry but had been abandoned since 1975. Moreover, this project was meant to be the starting point for the development of a technology park.
The result was an extraordinary construction challenge. The project was awarded the German Landscape Architecture Prize 2009.
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